BISHOPSTON MATTERS

Your community website for Bishopston, Ashley Down, Horfield and St Andrews

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Bishopston community news and business directory

Bishopston Matters is a popular community magazine delivered free to 10,500 homes across Bishopston, Ashley Down, Horfield, St Andrews and parts of Redland. It celebrates all the numerous positive local events, activities, groups and individuals that live within this area. Keeping people up to date with the latest news from the vibrant Gloucester Road, green spaces – St Andrews Park, Horfield Common, The Golden Hill Community Garden as well as local schools, scouting, history, WI, church groups, local councillors and much, much more! As well as promoting local news and events, the magazine is a trusty directory for local businesses and traders, its handy A5 size means it is held onto. Whatever you need, you will find a local business that can help, within the pages of the community magazine. If you would like to promote your business or services to the local community or raise awareness of a local group, please do get in touch, contact kerry@bishopstonmatters.co.uk.  

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Enjoy the The Royal Oak Bristol Pie & Ale festival on Sat 25 March. Free entry, live music and great fun! ...

Pie & Ale Festival

March 25, 2017, 12:00pm - March 25, 2017, 6:30pm

Its Back! Our annual pie and ale festival is going to be bigger and better than ever. Local ales, homemade pies, live music, giveaways.......Watch our social media for competitions and freebiees over the next few weeks.

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School Experience Day - 15th March at Fairfield School ...

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Valentines Fair in aid of The Moggery Rehoming Centre on TODAY !! ...

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Winter Ceilidh Dance on TONIGHT !! ...

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Fantastic news Friends of Horfield Common on your funding award. Bishopston Matters looks forward to sharing more information on this in the next March issue. ...

I am delighted to confirm that we have received funding from Tesco’s #BagsofHelp scheme to enable installation of our new accessible path across the common. This has consistently been one of the the most requested improvements from park users since the Friends group was established in 2006 (second only to the improvement of the Ardagh-end children's play area which was refurbished in 2014) so this is super-good news! Thank you to everyone who voted for the project & supported it with their blue tokens - and MASSIVE THANK YOUS to the volunteers who wrote the funding applications & are worklng hard to make it happen! More info re: specifics/installation dates etc as we have it, but for now - WOO-HOO!

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