On Thursday 5th May 2022, Bristol gets a chance to say whether it wants to continue to be run by a mayor. But the choice is one that people may find hard to make. This post sets out what is at stake.
Update: See the minutes of the Public Forum & AGM and also the presentations from Family Food Action and My Community Bristol. BCR Community Partnership will return to in-person meetings in May, following a 2-year period of online only due to the pandemic. The next Public Forum meeting will be on Tuesday 10th May 2022, … Continue reading Public Forum and AGM – 10 May 2022
The Area Committee that includes Clifton Down ward (and which covers this part of Redland) has agreed to allocate funding to provide traffic calming and footway improvements at the junction of Elm Lane and Lower Redland Road. This should make it safer for pedestrians to cross Elm Lane at this junction. It is on a … Continue reading Elm Lane Traffic Calming
Have you used an NHS health or social care service recently? Did you get the care you needed? Healthwatch Bristol is an independent organisation that listens to people's experiences of health and social care services. They collect feedback - good, bad, or average - on all types of care. This includes GPs, hospitals, dentists, and … Continue reading Healthwatch Bristol