film nightFour films looking at aspects of Bristol's history presented by the film maker Gordon Young. Thursday Nov 29th at 7.30, Friends Meeting House, Hampton Road, Redland. More information at film night

park pathsAt present, Bristol’s parks are in limbo. The cumulative effect of swingeing cuts in government grants to local councils has meant that Bristol Council no longer has the resources to run and maintain its parks in a way that was previously possible before this savage surgery took effect.

Transition NetworkIncluded in the newsletter are: details of a recent Tree Conference and the detailed report on this on its website and a short film on the success of a community farm recently set up near Chew Valley Lake. Transition Bristol's newsletter can be found here

 

bonfireFor details of events being organised by the Community Garden for accessible family adventure day in half term and also for a bonfire and free view of Bishop Road's firework display, see their newsletter here

meeting 1At a lively public meeting of The Bishopston Society on 2nd October, a range of powerful ideas for improving Bishopston was gathered.

The ideas were the meeting's response to the key question of the evening, "How can we as ordinary citizens exploit people power to improve Bishopston?", following and in conjunction with our guest speakers.

litter pickBristol Autumn Litter Blitz is running from 15th to 28th of October. More details can be found at: litter blitz

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Yet another consultation exercise from Bristol City Council. But this is an important opportunity to have your say and influence the way in which BCC needs to improve the city's future transport policy, not least in order to deal with the present serious problem of air pollution.

architectureBe part of this historical first for the RWA: Join the RWA and Architecture Centre as they announce the Architecture Award of the 166th Open Exhibition. Find out more and book  here

BCR street scene

The monthly BCR Street Scene volunteer drop in session is Monday September 10th 4.30 to 6pm at the Bishopston Library .

Do come and talk to us about:-

  • volunteering with the group
    advice on any street scene issues, waste, graffiti , fly tipping, overgrown hedges etc.
    help reporting to relevant organisations
    information about student community living. Advice leaflets, welcome flyers and collection calendars will be available.

 

BCR Street Scene

communityplanningBishopston Society Public Meeting reminder

Tuesday 2nd October (7.15 for a 7.30pm start) at Horfield Quaker Meeting House

How can we as ordinary citizens exploit people power to improve Bishopston?

 

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