Bristol archivesThe newsletter gives details of two interesting up and coming exhibitions on: Bristol's World War 1 conscientious objectors and on the history of the River Severn's 'Forgotten Landscape' here . Details of the exhibition in September on the role of Bristol women in the First World war can be found here

Bristol Civic Society logo

If you aren't a member of the Bristol Civic Society, you may not be aware of their newly designed website which gives the latest news on their 2018 Design Awards which includes nomination for the new Bishopston Library.

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.

mayfest

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

metroBus routes

What's happening with Bristol's transport in 2018?
This Civic Society event aims to update us on transport initiatives in Bristol. More information about this talk can be found here

green partyThis latest newsletter from local Green Party councillors includes disappointing news about the plans for the North Bristol Baths, air quality, problems with plastics disposal and the work of the green Party within Bristol City Council.