The next Neighbourhood Forum MeetingsNovember 25th, 2013
The next Neighbourhood Forum meetings in Bishopston, Cotham and Redland are open to all residents, groups and people who 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. The meetings take place in disabled accessible venues. If you have any other access needs please get in touch on the contact details below.
For further information on previous Forums please see the Neighbourhood Partnership website. http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/council-and-democracy/neighbourhood-partnerships
Bishopston Neighbourhood Forum: 7pm – 9pm Tuesday 10th December 2013 at Gloucester County Cricket ground, Nevil Road, Bristol BS7 9EJ. Agenda Item What is happening at Christmas on Gloucester Road?
Cotham Neighbourhood Forum 7 pm to 9 pm, Thursday 5th December 2013, at Colstons Primary School, 18 Cotham Grove, Bristol, BS6 6AL
Redland Neighbourhood Forum: 7 pm to 9 pm, Tuesday 3rd December 2013 at Redland Green Bowling Club, Redland Green Road, Bristol, BS6 7HE.
You are very welcome to come to the meeting in your ward and take part in discussions about your neighbourhood. (To check ward bounderies, just click on www.bristol.gov.uk/wardfinder.) You can also find out more about the Forums by going to the Bristol City Council Neighbourhood Partnership website at http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/council-and-democracy/neighbourhood-partnerships and clicking on ‘Bishopston Cotham & Redland’ or going to the BCR Neighbourhood Partnership website www.bcrnp.org.uk
If you have any queries or would like to raise an issue but aren’t able to come to a forum meeting, please contact Lynn Parfitt, Neighbourhood Development Officer. Tel 0117 903 6978 Email firstname.lastname@example.orgTags: Bishopston, Bishopston Matters, Bristol, community. local, Cotham, free magazine, Horfield, meetings, Neighbourhood Forum, Neighbourhood Forum meetings, Neighbourhood Partnership, newspaper, Redland, St Andrews Back to news