Henleaze


Community events in this ward.
Not political or Religous in nature.

The A4018 Consultation – What Next?

The 17 March deadline for commenting on the Council’s far-reaching proposals for the A4018 and Westbury Village has passed and the dust has settled – for now!

I attended many of the public meetings about the proposals and, to be ...to continue reading, click here

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Notes from Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, 28 February 2019

The Notes from the last Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, held on 28 February 2019, can be read here: Forum Notes, Feb 2019

The next Meeting will be held on Thursday 6 June 2019 at  Henleaze Library,commencing at 7.00pm.

The Agenda and ...to continue reading, click here

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Next Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, Thursday 28 February 2019

The next Henleaze Forum is taking place at Henleaze Library on Thursday 28 February (7pm to 9pm).
The agenda will be flexible to take account of matters raised by meeting participants/ issues submitted in advance.  Amongst issues to be included ...to continue reading, click here

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At Last – A Consultation on Proposed Improvements to the A4018

As many of you will be aware, BCC have been developing proposals to make improvements to the A4018 corridor – particularly to pre-empt the predicted increased traffic levels that will result from construction of the Cribbs-Patchway New Neighbourhood (CPNN) development ...to continue reading, click here

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A Guide to Funding for New and Replacement Street Trees

Coniston Ave - view to St Monica

A presentation was made to the Westbury Community Forum on 8 January 2019 which succinctly outlined how residents of Bristol can sponsor, or seek funding for, new and replacement street trees in Bristol.

A pdf copy of the “blow by ...to continue reading, click here

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Notes from Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, 22 November 2018

The Notes from the last Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, held on 22 November 2018, can be read here: Henleaze Forum Notes, 22 November 2018

The next Meeting will be held on Thursday 28 February 2019 at  Henleaze Library,commencing at 7.00pm.

The ...to continue reading, click here

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Westbury Library – Update

Last October, the Library Service announced that it would hold a series of “engagement” meetings, where each community could put forward their views of what they wanted from their local library and make proposals for the future.

It was later ...to continue reading, click here

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Next Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, Thursday 22 November 2018

The next Meeting of the Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum will be held on Thursday 22 November 2018, 7.00 – 9.00pm, at Henleaze library.

The Agenda and Notes from the previous Forum (20 September 2018) can be seen here: Henleaze Forum Agenda, ...to continue reading, click here

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Notes from Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, 20 September 2018

The Notes from the last Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, held on 20 September 2018, can be read here: Henleaze Forum Notes, 20 September 2018 and the Crime Statistics referenced as Appendix 1, can be seen here: Crime Statistics

The next Meeting ...to continue reading, click here

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Tree Matters (and Trees matter)

Coniston Ave - view to St Monica

Our Tree Champion (Stephanie French) has been busy over the summer and has written an interesting and informative summary of her recent activities.
This includes good news of successful funding bids for replacement street trees in our “old” NP ...to continue reading, click here

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