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05
February
2016
A desire to lead a healthier, happier life is something most people can relate to, especially during the early stages of a New Year. Our City caught up with Becky Pollard, Bristol City Council’s Director of Public Health, to talk about her team’s ...
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04
February
2016
An England-wide survey of over 7,000 people with mental health problems shows that nearly two thirds of people in the South West are left feeling isolated (62%), worthless (64%) and ashamed (63%) because of the stigma and discrimination they have ...
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03
February
2016
There’s a barrel-load of fun and some serious monkey business on offer as Bristol Museum and Art Gallery celebrates Chinese New Year on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 February. To welcome in the Year of the Monkey visitors will be treated to a variety ...
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03
February
2016
Libraries across Bristol will be hosting a number of events to celebrate National Libraries Day on February 6. In libraries all across the city there will be a simultaneous story time where children can listen to a reading of ‘The Gruffalo’ by ...
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03
February
2016
Bristol City Council has purchased City Point, a 54,275 sq ft office investment for £9,000,000, situated opposite Temple Meads Railway Station, in Bristol’s city centre. The council, who already own the freehold interest, has purchased the long ...
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02
February
2016
Residents of a Bristol neighbourhood are being asked if they want to alter how Bristol City Council decides planning applications in their area. In a first for Bristol, a referendum will be held to ask residents living in the Old Market Quarter ...
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Mayor hails 6 Music Festival coming to Bristol

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Dec
2015
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Environment: Bristol aims to be carbon neutral by 2050

15
Dec
2015
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