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27 Jun 2019

OPERATIONAL NOTE: Roads closed in central Bristol for Armed Forces Day Parade, Saturday, 29 June, 2019

Details of Bristol road closures for Armed Forces Day 2019

27 Jun 2019

One25 artwork unveiled at City Hall

Artwork created by the women, staff and volunteers from charity One25 today went on display in City Hall.

25 Jun 2019

Cabinet considers investment in SEND provision to address rising demand for services and improve outcomes for families

Proposals to significantly improve the current provision of special education needs and/or disability services (SEND) and special schools in Bristol, are to be considered by Cabinet next week.

20 Jun 2019

Mayor of Bristol Clean Air Day speech

The Mayor of Bristol has made a series of environmental commitments on Clean Air Day to protect the most vulnerable from harmful pollution and ensure the city is playing its part in tackling global climate challenge.

20 Jun 2019

Bristol hosts event to mark Refugee Week with International Organisation for Migration (IOM)

Cities are at the forefront in managing the benefits and the challenges migration and inclusion can bring. In Bristol, one of the UK’s most diverse cities, nearly 200 migrant, refugee and local community members shared their own experiences and perspectives in an event marking the UK’s national Refugee Week.

19 Jun 2019

Statement on Bearpit

Statement from Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol

17 Jun 2019

Bristol store owner fined over noise breach

Convenience store owner prosecuted over excessive noise from generator

17 Jun 2019

Bristol wins share of multi-million pound parks fund

Bristol has been awarded almost £1 million to help transform the future of the city’s parks and green spaces.

17 Jun 2019

Bigger, better electric vehicle charging network launches

A new West of England partnership has formed to revamp the region’s electric vehicle (EV) charging network and accelerate the take-up of zero or low emission vehicles.