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December 02 2014

‘No guarantee’ libraries will remain open

LOCAL politicians are rallying members of the public to support the future of libraries in Henleaze and Westbury-on-Trym... Read More


December 02 2014

Knitted nativity characters coming to high streets

A TRAIL of knitted nativity characters is coming to local high streets this month... Read More


December 02 2014

Jane’s Tree of Hope eases grandparents’ despair

SEVEN years ago Henleaze residents Jane and Marc Jackson lost contact with their granddaughter due to a family breakdown... Read More


December 02 2014

Festive Frocks charity event raises over £2,000

OVER £2,000 was raised at a 'Festive Frocks' charity event, hosted by St Peter's Hospice in Westbury-on-Trym, last month... Read More


December 02 2014

School supports fight against Ebola

CLIFTON High School raised over £560 last month to help sufferers of the Ebola crisis in West Africa. .. Read More


December 02 2014

Car-free cycling for kids on the Downs

CHILDREN will be able to enjoy the pleasures of cycling on a road - without cars - one morning next March, thanks to a successful petition by parent campaigners... Read More


December 02 2014

OAP flats ‘ready by next December’

AN application has been granted by the council to build 32 retirement units at the Quarry Leaze site in Eastfield Road... Read More


December 02 2014

Make voice heard on the future of our libraries

This month, North Bristol MP Charlotte Leslie discusses the future of the city's libraries and the new 'Royal College' for teachers. .. Read More


December 02 2014

Proposed LED floodlights for tennis courts are too bright, say residents

THE Westbury-on-Trym society says they are "fuming" about the council postponing the decision on the proposed floodlights at Canford Park - and that they want the plans thrown out altogether... Read More


November 04 2014

Families call for safety measures at crossing where girl was injured

A PETITION calling for a safer crossing, sparked by a road incident involving a teenage girl, has reached over 1,000 signatures... Read More