BCR streetsceneThe BCR Street scene volunteers are still working but with a few changes. Why not come and talk to us on Monday August 13th in Bishopston Library 4.30 – 6 pm. The updated student welcome flyers will be available.

 If any of you want to collect litter picking bags or need a refill of plastic safe graffiti remover please let me know. So no agenda just drop in and have a chat. So what are the changes?

We shall be holding monthly drop in sessions on the 2nd Monday of the month from 4.30 to 6 pm. Just come when it suits you.
We shall no longer be holding the formal Thursday monthly meetings at Glos Old Spot.
In future, please can you use a new email address to contact the group
If you visit the Bishopston Cotham and Redland Community Partnership web site you will see that we are using that web site to disseminate more information: www.bcrcp.org.uk look under local group pages.

Both Rob Umphray and I have taken a step back. I am no longer coming in from Portishead cleaning or leading projects or action hours, but I am still doing some of the admin. Rob has stepped back from his fly tipper catching but he is keeping a broad watching brief about waste.
Bristol Waste graffiti removal service has changed considerably and we are monitoring the effects. Any reports for graffiti tag removal whether on private or commercial property, needs an Indemnity form signed within the last six months. If you or your neighbours are having problems with the new style service, including being told there will be a charge please can you let us know about it?

Liz Kew

BCR Street Scene