logosimpleWe are delighted to announce the launch of Clean Air Bishopston, a project developed by The Bishopston Society and a range of partners to address the massive problem of air pollution and work towards cleaner air in our part of the city.

Air pollution has been described by some as representing a "public health emergency", and reports suggest that 300 deaths per year may be occuring in Bristol due to illegal pollution levels.

streetscene1The future of the fantastic work of the Bishopston, Cotham and Redland Street Scene Group has been put in jeopardy following a change in policy crucially affecting its partnership with Bristol Waste Company.

school walkThis is an an invitation to join Living Streets’ Walk to School Week from 21-25 May. We hope you will be excited to take part in our annual walking celebration. Increase your exercise and decrease local air pollution.

TBS meeting April 2018 1The Gloucester Road and its independent traders and businesses appear to be on track towards a future healthy, sustainable local economy.

This was the general consensus that came out of the lively panel-based meeting run by The Bishopston Society on 17th April 2018.

The public meeting was set up to consider the future of the Gloucester Road and the economy of Bishopston. Will it continue to thrive? And how might it need to change in order to do so?

northbristolsmallThe Let's Walk Bishopston group has now released an extension to its series of local walking maps, which is now available here on our web site alongside the originals.

BristolWalkFest2018Organised walks in Bishopston will feature as part of Bristol Walkfest, which runs for the whole of May 2018.

Two local walks have been organised, and will be led by, Bishopston Society's very own Kevin Molloy. Both are in the 'easy' category and accessible for buggies and wheelchairs.

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For full details of this event, go to glosrdcentral

Neighborhood PNThe latest e newsletter from The Neighbourhood Planning Network includes details of its next meeting on April 10th, as well as the three current BCC consultations. This information can be found here

tea gardenThis includes an update on the petition to keep the existing cafe - Fay's tea garden, in St Andrews park and the worsening parking problems in St Andrews and St Werburgs. The full newsletter can be read here

old bristol centre Future plans for developments in Bristol City Centre and how you can take part in the BCC City Centre Framework consultation can be found here

 

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