Westbury-on-Trym


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

Relocation of Southmead Police Station

Mark Runacres, our Neighbourhood Inspector at Southmead Police Station, has recently provided the following update:

“I am now able to update you on progress to establish the new policing base for North Bristol.  After considering various options it has been …to continue reading, click here

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Notes for Westbury-on-Trym Forum, 4 February 2015

The Notes from the last WoT Forum, held on 8 October 2014, can be read here: WoT Forum Notes, 4 Feb 2015 and include 4 attachments that were tabled with the Meeting Agenda:

Attachment 1 (Page 4): Proposed Ward Boundary Changes

Attachment 2 …to continue reading, click here

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UPDATE: Proposals to Close Westbury Library

A Report was presented to Cabinet on 3 March 2015 which recommend that seven libraries should no longer be maintained as City Council Libraries and that they should either be closed or handed over to the community. Both Westbury and Sea Mills …to continue reading, click here

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Speed Cameras Across Bristol Area to be Reactivated

Speed cameras across the Bristol area will start to be switched back on from 11 February.

This marks the beginning of a road safety project that will see a total of 29 static cameras become operational again for the first …to continue reading, click here

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UPDATE: Let’s Get Creative – Neighbourhood Arts Programme

Supported by funding from Bristol 2015 European Green Capital, arts projects will spring up all over Bristol, right from the tip of Avonmouth to the toe of Dundry View. They’ll be driven by communities and created with professional artists …to continue reading, click here

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Next WoT Neighbourhood Forum, Wednesday 4 February 2015

The next WoT Neighbourhood Forum will be held on Wednesday 4 February 2015 (7.00 – 9.00pm) at “Venue 35″, in Stoke Lane.

The Agenda can be seen here: Forum Agenda (4 Feb 2015) and the Supporting Papers can be seen …to continue reading, click here

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Transport Working Group Meeting, Tuesday 20 January 2015

The last Meeting of the Transport Working Group was held on Tuesday 20 January 2015, at Westbury-on-Trym Academy.

Notes of the Meeting can be seen here: Notes of Working Group Meeting 20 Jan 2015 and the latest edition (Issue 20) of …to continue reading, click here

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The Downs & Sneyd Park – Proposed Parking Restrictions: Update

The Public Consultation on proposals to introduce double yellow lines, single yellow lines, 4 hour limited waiting and disabled bays on the Downs took place between 18 August and 21 September 2014. This followed a request from the Henleaze, Stoke …to continue reading, click here

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Consultation on proposed boundary changes for Bristol’s Wards

 The Boundary Commission is currently carrying out an electoral review of Bristol City Council. The aim of the electoral review is to recommend ward boundaries that mean each city councillor represents approximately the same number of voters.

The commission is currently …to continue reading, click here

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New Entrance to Canford Park

Bristol City Council is pleased to announce that they intend to start the construction of a new entrance to Canford Park during February 2015. Full details can be seen here: New Entrance for Canford Park…to continue reading, click here

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