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  • New sculpture trail takes flight

    A new sculpture trail encouraging people to spring into action is to open at Hengrove Park this weekend.

    The ‘Get Active’ sculpture trail, which opens this Saturday (28 March), will provide a much-needed missing link between Whitchuch Lane, Hengrove Park and Hengrove Mounds nature reserve, and forms part of Bristol City Council’s Wild City initiative to get more people to connect with nature.

    Starting near Hengrove play park, the path will be the location for this Saturday’s Take Flight opening event from 2pm to 4.30pm.

    Release date:  Friday, 27 March, 2015
  • Avonmouth to feature in a new display at M Shed – submit your pictures now

    M Shed is dedicating a section of its galleries to Avonmouth village to coincide with this year’s 150th anniversary of the village’s foundation.

    The display will be co-curated by members of the Avonmouth community who have submitted unique, interesting or unusual images of the village and port. The most popular of these will feature in the display and a ‘Greetings from’ postcard specially created by M Shed.

    Release date:  Wednesday, 25 March, 2015
  • Residents’ Parking Scheme for Montpelier approved after consultation feedback

     Incorporating amendments from the statutory (formal) consultation, Montpelier RPS has now been approved and will run from Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm from mid-July onwards.

    There will be a number of 4-hour pay & display parking bays near businesses and other community facilities like schools, with the first 30 minutes free.

    Release date:  Wednesday, 25 March, 2015
  • New and improved Floating Support available for vulnerable people with mental health needs

    Bristol City Council is updating its mental health floating support services to better meet the needs of people now and in the future.

    Floating support services provide housing related support to individuals in their own home. This support focuses on enabling individuals to develop independent living skills.  This can include anything from helping service users to manage their finances and benefit claims to helping them maintain their home.

    Release date:  Wednesday, 25 March, 2015
  • Huge funding boost for council’s community energy programme

    Bristol City Council has been granted almost £1m funding from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) to support community energy projects across the city.

    The funding (£885,000) is the result of a successful bid from the council and will be partly used to boost renewable energy programmes already being delivered during the city’s European Green Capital year.

    Release date:  Monday, 23 March, 2015
  • Council appeals for witnesses to a fly-tipping incident on Kingsweston Lane

    The council is investigating a major fly-tipping incident that occurred outside Kingsweston Lane refuse site.

    On Monday 9th March a ton of rubble, soil and tiles were dumped at the entrance to Kingsweston Lane HMRC refuse site.

    On the Wednesday evening, 31 car and lorry tyres were dumped at the same location. The tyres were a major hazard as they blocked the whole road and could have caused a major accident.

    The local police in Avonmouth have been informed and patrols will now be in place during the evenings.

    Release date:  Friday, 20 March, 2015