BISHOPSTON MATTERS

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

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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Celebrating World Book Day - Page 53, pop-up booksellers.Gloucester Road Book Fair March 7th at Alchemy Bar from 4pm.
Lovely artwork from Rick Beerhorst.😁

Cakes are looking amazing for Taste Cafe - Thursdays from 10.30am - 12.45pm. Drop in at any point to Ebenezer Church (286 Filton Avenue, Horfield, BS7 0BA) for our local community cafe.❤️❤️

All the #Bishopston creations for @windowwander really brightened up this evening’s walk home. Such a creative bunch in the neighbourhood, birds, flowers, Bowie and so much more. Must get involved next time. #WindowWanderland #bristol

Mina Rd Park Playground needs you! Have your say & help make a big difference for the local community. See https://t.co/3SKWjxoDok #SOTO @bishmatters @bristolmum @BristolJMC @BristolEdu @bishopstonvoice @HorfLockVoice

Students transported to the eerie streets of Victorian London, as they enjoyed ‘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde' performance. Thank you #Ginificent it was magnificent! #SOTO @bishmatters @BristolJMC @BristolEdu @bishopstonvoice

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Celebrating World Book Day - Page 53, pop-up booksellers.Gloucester Road Book Fair March 7th at Alchemy Bar from 4pm.
Lovely artwork from Rick Beerhorst.😁
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Bristol Child Contact Centre based in Trinity Henleaze United Reform Church needs volunteers for the contact sessions held on the 2nd & 4th Saturday of every month.
Work as part of a team of 4 providing a safe space for children to see the parent they no longer live with.
We have two sessions from 10-1 and from 2-5 and volunteers would be on duty once a month on average.
DBS check will be done. Training will be given in all aspects of issues which may arise in a contact centre.
Call Vanessa on 07511 290505 or email info@bristolchildcontactcentre.org.uk
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A year on the lunch club is going strong. A hot meal at a reasonable price and Making new friends - whats not to love! ...

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