Westbury-on-Trym


Community events in this ward.
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Highlights from Westbury Community Forum, 9 January 2018

Unfortunately, due to sickness, Cllrs Liz Radford and Clare Campion-Smith were unable to attend and so Geoff Gollop was the only councillor in attendance. Apologies were also received from Sgt Calum Allan of Southmead Police station.
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Parks & Green Spaces Consultation – An Overview from the Bristol Parks Forum

Canford ParkThe Bristol Parks Forum’s committee has discussed the consultation and, further to requests from its membership, is providing some guidance which is intended to help parks groups and individuals understand and respond to the consultation.

The Forum’s overview is available ...to continue reading, click here

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Next Meeting of Westbury Community Forum, Tuesday 9 January 2018

The next Meeting of the Westbury Community Forum will be held on Tuesday 9 January, 7.00 – 9.00pm, at Coombe Dingle Sports Complex. It is expected that all three of our local councillors will be in attendance, along ...to continue reading, click here

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Planning Application to Expand The Mall Shopping Centre

There has been a recent update from South Gloucestershire Council on the Public Inquiry into the Planning Application (PT14/4894/O) to expand The Mall shopping centre at Cribbs Causeway:

“It was explained at the beginning of the inquiry ...to continue reading, click here

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Highlights from Westbury Community Forum, 11 October 2017

As announced at the Meeting, our councillors will be preparing some Notes highlighting the issues raised, for publication in the Henleaze and Westbury Voice.

Meanwhile, below is a brief résumé of some of the presentations and relevant contact details:

  • The
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Tree Champion’s Report to WoT Community Forum

Unfortunately, our Tree Champion (Stephanie French) is unable to attend our Community Forum on 11 October but she has provided an update on “things trees”:

“Dear Residents

As promised I am seeing through the 2017/2018 tree planting season funded by ...to continue reading, click here

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First Meeting of Westbury Community Forum, Wednesday 11 October 2017

The first Meeting of the Westbury Community Forum will be held on Wednesday 11 October, 7.00 – 9.00pm, at Venue 35 (Stoke Lane shops). It is expected that all three of our local councillors will be in attendance, along with ...to continue reading, click here

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Statutory Consultation: Wellington Hill West Parallel Pedestrian/Cycle Crossing

In March 2017, the Council’s Cycling Ambition Team conducted an informal consultation for their proposals to upgrade the existing Zebra Crossing on Wellington Hill West (near The Beehive public house) to a parallel pedestrian and cyclists crossing – with a ...to continue reading, click here

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Bristol Street Trees Petition Now “Live”

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The strength of feeling against BCC’s proposals to drastically reduce the funding available for maintaining Bristol’s street trees continues to grow.

Bristol is lucky to have a tree legacy left by the Victorians, but it needs maintaining and topping up. ...to continue reading, click here

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Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze Forum

With effect from the local elections in May 2016, the previous individual Wards of “Westbury-on-Trym” and “Henleaze” ceased to exist, as a result of the Boundary Changes proposed by the Boundary Commission in 2015. The majority of both of the ...to continue reading, click here

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