The Stoke Bishop, Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze Partnership (NP3)


Photo by Denis Fallows 

Next Neighbourhood Partnership Meeting:

When: Monday 26 September 2016, 19:00 – 21:00

Where: TBA

The Agenda and supporting Papers will be published here approximately 7 days before the Meeting. Alternatively, the Agenda is also available via “Calendar of Meetings” on the BCC website.

The Agenda and (draft) Minutes from previous Meetings can be seen here:

13 June 2016: Agenda and Minutes, 13 June 2016

7 March 2016:https: Agenda and Minutes, 7 March 2016 and the Public Statements can be seen here: Public Statements 7 March 2016

7 December 2015: Agenda and Minutes, 7 December 2015

28 September 2015: Agenda, 28 September 2015 and the Public Statements to the Meeting can be seen here: Public Statements 28 Sept 2015

15 June 2015: NP Agenda, 15 June 2015 and the Public Statements to the Meeting can be seen here: Public Statements 15 June 2015

9 March 2015: Agenda & Minutes (9 March 2015)

8 December 2014: Agenda & Minutes (8 December 2014)

22 September 2014: Agenda and Minutes (22 Sept 2014)

16 June 2014NP3 Agenda and Minutes, 16 June 2014

10 March 2014: NP3 Agenda & Minutes, 10 March 2014

2 December 2013: NP3 Agenda & Minutes, 2 December 2013

26 September 2013NP3 Agenda & Minutes, 26 September 2013

17 June 2013: NP3 Agenda & Minutes, 17 June 2013



The Henleaze, Stoke Bishop and Westbury on Trym Partnership (NP3) was launched in November 2008. Bringing together local councillors, neighbourhood police teams, community groups and local residents to shape services such as street cleaning, park maintenance, local recycling schemes, minor traffic schemes, highway maintenance and community safety, health and well-being for the whole community and more community cohesion and responsibility.

Please click on the above titles which provide drop down menus for you to navigate the NP3 web site further for more information and useful contacts. 

Local Community Grants

( “Well Being Fund”) 

Small Local Community Grants are available to deliver projects in Henleaze, Stoke Bishop and Westbury on Trym. Community and/or  voluntary organisations can apply for a Grant from our Neighbourhood Partnership’s Well Being Fund. We are looking for projects that will deliver against the following priorities:

Communications and community engagement
Open space maintenance and the  environment
Provision for the Young
Provision for the Elderly
Traffic and Transport

How to get your Grant:
To apply for funding, please read the Grants Guidance Notes and complete the Application Form available on the Council’s website. Please make sure that you check the eligibility criteria in the Guidance Notes.

If you, or the organisation that will be taking the payment on your behalf, has not been paid by Bristol City Council before, you need to complete the Grants New Supplier form (available through the above link). Enter your organisation’s name as the Supplier Name and ensure that you enter the bank details for the organisation.

Quarterly deadlines for all applications are given on pages 11-13 of the Guidance Notes.

Next Closing date: Friday 14 October 2016

For more information please contact: Andrew McGrath, Area Coordinator, 0117 9036436, andrew.mcgrath@bristol.gov.uk

Neighbourhood Management Service, Bristol City Council, St Anne’s House, St Anne’s Road Bristol BS4 4AB

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