SEvern levels

Almost on our doorstep, the Lower Severn Vale Levels make up a unique 'local' landscape that has been neglected in the past but is now being actively  conserved and restored.

car exhaust pollutionGiven the concerns about air pollution within Bishopston expressed in The Bishopston’s Society’s public meeting on April 4th 2017, and given that part of the solution will inevitably be political, The Bishopston Society put the following question to the “Metro mayor” candidates at hustings organised by Bristol Women’s Voice on Monday April 25th :

ASK BristolThis survey is designed to find out how Bristolians feel about living in the city. It is open to all members of the public over 16. More details and the link to the full questionnaire can be found here

walk Fest 17

Bristol Walk Fest 2017 is coordinated by Bristol City Council with support from Bristol Ramblers, Living Streets, Walk for Health Bristol and in association with Bristol University. Details of all events are on the Walk Fest website here


This is a public meeting to discuss outdoor advertising in Bristol. The meeting is at Hamilton House, Stokes Croft on 13 April, 7pm. It's a free meeting.

PotatoDiggers 1918Horfield and District Allotments Association (Bristol) is pleased to announce further details of our community history project to celebrate our 100th Anniversary. Two initial events have been planned.

Park treesBristol Walking Alliance WalkFest event at 7.00pm on May 11th at The Watershed to consider the benefits of a Walk in the Park. The event will consist of three short talks - with plenty of opportunity for you to contribute your ideas and comments. More information here

salisbury cathedralThis will be the first day long excursion organised by Bristol Civic Society for some years. Open to both members and non members of the Society, the trip is by train and includes a lunch in Salisbury. £25 members, £30 for non members. More information on this trip here

Stoke parkBristol City Council has consulted on a long term plan for Stoke Park. The consultation will inform bids for funding – the aim is for Stoke Park to be financially self-funding through grants from Heritage Lottery Fund and others, and from income generation.

Bristol Green Capital Partnership 2

On 4th May, anyone living in Bristol, Bath & North East Somerset and South Gloucestershire will be able to vote for a new West of England ‘metro mayor’


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