Neighbourhood Forum MeetingsFebruary 8th, 2012
The next Neighbourhood Forum meetings in Bishopston, Cotham and Redland are open to all residents, groups and people who live, work or use schools in the area, the Forum meetings are your opportunity to raise local issues or any concerns, and find out what actions have been taken since the previous meetings.
Bishopston Neighbourhood Forum: 7pm – 9pm, Monday 5th March 2012, at Memorial Stadium, Filton Ave, Horfield, BS7 0BF. Agenda items include the Memorial Stadium development. Contact: Lynn Parfitt, Neighbourhood Development Officer, email [email protected], telephone 0117 9036978.
Cotham Neighbourhood Forum: 7 pm to 9 pm, Wednesday 14th March 2012, at North Bristol Post 16 Centre, Charnwood House, 30 Cotham park, Cotham, BS6 6BU. Agenda items include traffic issues and an update on the new Redland Primary School. Contact: Farhan Ahmed, Neighbourhood Development Officer, email [email protected], telephone 0117 9036642.
Redland Neighbourhood Forum: 7 pm to 9 pm, Wednesday 7th March 2012, at Cairns Rd Baptist Church, Cairns Rd, Redland, BS6 7TH. Agenda items include the new Redland Primary School. Contact: Lynn Parfitt, Neighbourhood Development Officer, email [email protected], telephone 0117 9036978.
You are very welcome to come to the meeting in your ward and take part in discussions about your neighbourhood. (To check which ward you live in, just click on www.bristol.gov.uk/wardfinder.) You can also find out more about the Forums by going to the Neighbourhood Partnership website at www.myneighbourhoodbristol.com and clicking on ‘Bishopston Cotham & Redland’.
If you have any queries or would like to raise an issue but aren’t able to come to a forum meeting, please don’t hesitate to contact Lynn Parfitt, Neighbourhood Development Officer. 3rd Floor, Brunel House, St Georges Road, Bristol, BS1 5UY. Tel 0117 903 6978. Email [email protected]Tags: Bishopston, Bishopston Neighbourhood Forum, Cotham, Cotham Neighbourhood Forum, Neighbourhood Partnership, Redland, Redland Neighbourhood Forum Back to news