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  • 270 new school places created with completion of works at Brislington schools

    The completion of works at St Anne’s Infant and Junior Schools in Brislington in time for the start of the new school year has created 270 new places for Bristol’s schoolchildren.

    A high demand for more primary school places in the Brislington area led to the expansion of the Infant School, and the construction of a brand new Junior school. Both schools are now three-form entry. Previously, the Infant school was two-form entry and the Junior was one-and-a-half form entry.

    Release date:  Wednesday, 17 September, 2014
  • Youth worker honoured with a British Empire Medal

    Dave Spencer, a Southmead youth worker for over 30 years, is being presented with a British Empire Medal for services to the community tomorrow (18th).

    Dave will be presented with his medal by the Lord Lieutenant. Also attending will be ward councillors Brenda Massey, who is also Assistant Mayor for Children and Young People and Jenny Smith.

    Release date:  Wednesday, 17 September, 2014
  • Extended 508 bus service to help maintain transport links

    Bristol City Council has confirmed an extension to the existing 508 Wessex bus service from Sea Mills to Charlton Road.

    The new amended route, planned to start operation on 22 September, will extend the current route from Charlton Road to Arnside Road and therefore help residents access the nearby doctor’s surgery and local shops.

    The changes mean the service will operate every 1 hour 15 minutes rather than hourly but the extension will help connect parts of Greystoke Avenue with Westbury-on-Trym and at no extra cost to the council.

    Release date:  Tuesday, 16 September, 2014
  • Thousands expected for the Bristol Half Marathon this weekend

    Bristol city centre will be filled with thousands of runners and spectators for the 2014 Bristol Half Marathon this Sunday (21 September).

    The event, which offers a fast, flat course around the old city, historic harbour and Avon Gorge, is now one of the largest half marathons in the UK.

    Special cheer points are located along the course where spectators can look out for some of the UK’s leading long-distance runners as well as family and friends taking part in the race.

    Release date:  Tuesday, 16 September, 2014
  • Bristol welcomes new headteachers

    Twenty four new Bristol headteachers have been welcomed to their new roles today (15th) with the start of their induction programme.

    Release date:  Monday, 15 September, 2014
  • Council reviews polling districts and places

    Residents are being encouraged to have their say on a review which could impact the way people across the city go to the polls come election day.
     
    Bristol City Council is part-way through a six-week consultation on polling districts, places and stations.

    Under the Representation of the People Act 1983, the council has a legal duty to divide the authority area into polling districts and to designate a polling place for each polling district.  It also has a duty to keep these arrangements under review.

    Release date:  Monday, 15 September, 2014