Bearpit heritage panels

The Bearpit Improvement Group, on which BCS is represented, is a heritage project. The project has been running during the autumn of 2013, led by Pete Insole and Ruth Myers, working with local schoolchildren and college students and other members of the community

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Community assets seminar

Civic Voice, the national organisation for civic societies, staged a half-day regional event in Bristol on Saturday March 29th to raise awareness of what can be done to help protect community assets. The speakers included Stephen Williams, Minister for Communities, Griff Rhys-Jones, President of Civic Voice, and Bristol Mayor George Ferguson.

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Let Parks be Parks

The Living Heart for Bristol has called for more hard-standing space to be provided for events in the central areas, by reducing road space, and to ‘let parks be parks’ to preserve the few green spaces for quieter time out in the city centre.

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In 2012, the Government held a public enquiry into the Ashton Vale to Temple Meads Metrobus (AVTM) route. The graphic (above) shows its original one-way, anti-clockwise route.

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