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February 28 2015

Meet new headmistress

Miss Stephanie Ferro is set to join Redland High School as headmistress this September. Here is a Q&A: .. Read More


February 28 2015

Shadow Minister visits

STUDENTS at Fairfield High School had the chance to question Labour’s Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna about job prospects for young people... Read More


February 28 2015

QEH boys go the extra mile for Bristol polio ‘Mile’itis Challenge

There has been a great response from QEH boys to the ‘Mile’itis Challenge organised by Rotary. .. Read More


February 28 2015

Abigail swims her way to Africa

Henbury School student Abigail Steel didn’t hang about when she heard she had the chance to visit a school in Uganda... Read More


February 28 2015

‘Henleaze could live with commission recommendations’

“In Henleaze we could live with the Boundary Commission recommendations,” says Councillor Clare Campion Smith, “but recognise that our neighbours could not... Read More


February 28 2015

Westbury Park opposes wards partnership

Westbury Park Community Association is opposed to the idea of a Henleaze-Westbury-on-Trym partnership ward represented by three councillors... Read More


February 28 2015

Boundary review - next stage in May

With the first stage of the controversial boundary review completed, Henleaze and Westbury-on-Trym now have to wait until May to see the final recommendations of the Local Government Boundary Commission... Read More


February 28 2015

Post office stays where it is for the time being . . .

THE future of Westbury-on-Trym’s post office remains uncertain following a decision not to move it to the McColl’s convenience store nearby... Read More


February 28 2015

They’re back, and it’s best to assume they’re on

Beware the speed camera on Westbury Road (A4018) between Badminton School and St Ursula’s E-ACT Academy where the limit is currently 30mph... Read More


February 28 2015

Three months to save Westbury Library

Campaigners have pledged to defeat city council plans which would see seven Bristol libraries, including Westbury-on-Trym, Redland, Clifton and Sea Mills, closing... Read More