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Neighbourhood Consultation - 3,750 responses on cuts

Oct 30 2017

The results of Bristol City Council’s Your Neighbourhood 2017 consultation report have been published and the Council’s plans on how to deliver future services will be published in December. ... Read More

Room to Care Appeal aims to build a 21st-century hospice for Bristol

Oct 30 2017

Actress Caroline Quentin launched an appeal at the beginning of October to help Bristol’s only adult hospice fund the multi-million pound redevelopment of its Inpatient Unit, ensuring the continuing provision of outstanding care to patients and families in the city.... Read More

Henleaze Forum

Oct 30 2017

The next meeting of the Henleaze Forum will be held on Thursday 30 November at Henleaze Library, commencing at 7pm.... Read More

WWII Great Escapes - The Freedom Trails

Oct 30 2017

In an exclusive talk at the Olympus Theatre TV presenter and former local resident Monty Halls reveals the story behind the filming of Channel 4’s hit series 'WWII’s Great Escapes - The Freedom Trails.’ ... Read More

Henleaze Community Project seeks your vote

Oct 30 2017

A project in Henleaze is seeking votes from the community to help win project funding from the AVIVA Community Fund. ... Read More

Westbury Community Forum

Oct 30 2017

The inaugural Westbury Community Forum was held at Venue 35 on 11 October, chaired by Alan Aburrow and David Mayer. ... Read More

Care and Support West awards for St Monica Trust

Oct 30 2017

St Monica Trust’s care services have won an unprecedented five awards at this year’s Care and Support West Awards. ... Read More

Ale and Arty festival pulls in the crowds

Oct 30 2017

Pulling pints helped to pull in the crowds to the Ale and Arty Charity Festival which returned to St Peter’s in Henleaze for its second year on September 30. The event was a great success - twice as many people came along this year and the event raised double the amount. ... Read More

Canford Lane crossing campaign: it’s all about Kevin

Oct 30 2017

Kevin Gummett is one of the stalwarts of the campaign for a safe crossing for pedestrians in Canford Lane, Westbury-on-Trym, where he has lived for the past 45 years. At 88 years old, he is one of the oldest supporters of a crossing – and one of the keenest. ... Read More

Church gifts begin their journey to Syria

Oct 30 2017

The Samara’s Aid appeal launched by St Alban’s Church in Westbury Park has once again seen a fantastic response by the local community. All the aid goes to help people living in displacement camps in Syria and Iraq. ... Read More