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June 25 2019

Veterans mark D-Day milestone

EVENTS have taken place across Bristol to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day... Read More


June 25 2019

First chief declares: Number 2 bus stop remains by Waitrose

A meeting of the Henleaze Forum on June 6 was packed out at Henleaze Library. .. Read More


June 25 2019

Bristol looks at 8-hour daily ban on diesel cars

Plans to improve Bristol’s air quality could result in all diesel cars being banned from the city centre for a limited period each day. .. Read More


June 25 2019

'The bustling village we had is gone'

A LOCAL business owner has expressed his concerns over the level of trade that he is witnessing in Westbury-on-Trym village... Read More


June 25 2019

National Trust and Lottery cash to revive city's parks

Bristol has been awarded almost £1 million to help transform the future of the city’s parks and green spaces... Read More


June 25 2019

Closed toilet block to be sold

A PUBLIC toilet block closed 18 months ago is being sold... Read More


June 25 2019

Three Peaks for Will - our Little Hero

Nine men from north Bristol achieved the Three Peaks Challenge of climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon in 24 hours to raise money for the Little Hero charity... Read More


June 25 2019

Dementia week sees plenty of action

Dementia Action Week was celebrated across Bristol during May with lots of “Action” taking place... Read More


June 25 2019

Reducing your risk: free information event

Dementia is a term used to describe a progressive loss of the powers of the brain. These conditions damage brain cells, causing memory, communication and thinking problems that affect people’s ability to manage their day to day lives... Read More


June 25 2019

How technology can aid care

Bristol City Council is targeting technology enabled care (TEC), in a bid to improve the lives of residents who need support to live more independently at home... Read More