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Bishopston, Cotham & Redland
Neighbourhood Partnership news

BCR NP Forum

Thursday 16th March, 7pm - 9pm,
Redland Green School

Combined forum for all three (Bishopston, Cotham and Redland) wards.
  • Meet PCC Sue Mountstevens
  • Get updates on local policing, street scene, parks, libraries, street banners, supported bus routes etc.
  • Find out what the Council budget cuts mean for our area
  • Help decide what should happen following the ending of Neighbourhood Partnerships
At our public forum, we will be welcoming Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens to tell us about the changing nature of policing and her priorities for the future. There will also be the usual updates from our local neighbourhood police and on other local activities.

As you may have heard, Bristol City Council has had to impose significant cuts to services in order to balance its budget in the face of increased costs and reduced government funding. These cuts include funding for parks, libraries, local road schemes and our Neighbourhood Partnership.
Find out more at the meeting.

We have started to discuss whether some kind of local organisation might be useful instead of the NP.

Please, come along to say what you think should happen, and help decide what we can do together to support our local community in the future.
 

BCR Neighbourhood Partnership Meeting
Thursday 16th March, 6.30pm, Redland Green School

Immediately before the Forum, the Neighbourhood Partnership will hold its formal quarterly meeting (see agenda). This is expected to be very brief as there are no spending decisions to be made. The meeting is open to the public.

 

Library Events

Cheltenham Road Library closed its doors on 27th February in anticipation of its move to the new library on Gloucester Road. The new Bishopston Library is in the process of final fitting out, and we look forward to the announcement of an opening date. Anyone interested in forming a Friends group for the new library is encouraged to get in touch with Library Development Officer Denis Wise (Contact: denis.wise@bristol.gov.uk).

Meanwhile, Friends of Redland Library are holding the following event.
Local Authors Talk About Their Work
Tuesday 7th March, 7pm - 9pm, Redland Library, Whiteladies Road
The five authors are Tracy Alexander, Tim Davidson, Jane Shemilt, Wendy Buonaventura and Nick Campion.

Their published and award winning writing includes novels and books on subjects as varied as the impact of new technology, story-telling, opera, suspense, family mystery, cultural myths about women, astrology and utopian delusions.

The FoRL AGM will take place briefly at the beginning of the evening. Admission is free.
(Contact: friendsofredlandlibrary@gmail.com)
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