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20 Feb 2020
The 39 Signal Regiment will march in a Freedom of the City parade through the centre of Bristol on Saturday morning (22 February).
Road strength testing continues ahead of of erosion protection work at site of collapse
17 Feb 2020
New project will see trees planted on city streets.
11 Feb 2020
Carers and children from Bristol’s fostering families took to the boards at Bristol Grammar School’s theatre to stage their first pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk.
Children and Young People
10 Feb 2020
Drivers in Bristol are being asked to switch off their engines while parked or stopped for a minute or more to improve air quality.
07 Feb 2020
Private Housing Team investigated complaints
The Women’s Work Lab is the first employment training programme in the UK to offer workplace training and professional work experience specifically aimed at socially disadvantaged and unemployed mums.
Freight consolidation centres are just one of the methods being explored to improve air quality in the city centre. Now Bristol City Council is looking to award a £100,000 grant to help support zero emission freight consolidation across the city.
06 Feb 2020
Key players in Bristol’s night-time economy will come together next week to share their experiences and work together to promote the city’s unique and inclusive nightlife.