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12 Feb 2019

Funding for communities available across the city

Bristol City Council is inviting people to nominate projects that could improve their local neighbourhoods.

07 Feb 2019

Jobseekers invited to meet employers at South Bristol Jobs and Apprenticeships Fair 2019

Bristol South MP Karin Smyth has teamed up with City of Bristol College, Bristol City Council and the Department of Work and Pensions for another Jobs and Apprenticeships fair

07 Feb 2019

Funding secured for ultra-low emission taxi charging points

Bristol City Council has been awarded more than £300,000 to support ultra-low emission taxis in the city.

07 Feb 2019

Cricket World Cup trophy to tour Bristol in March

ICC Men's Cricket World Cup trophy to visit Bristol in March ahead of city hosting three tournament matches this summer

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06 Feb 2019

Bristol Council becomes Time to Change employer ahead of national awareness day

Mental health and wellbeing are top of the agenda in City Hall as the council pledges to become a Time to Change employer and join the growing social movement supporting people to open up about mental health problems.

05 Feb 2019

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery hosts creative writing initiative

Scheme funds professional writer to work with local schoolchildren

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05 Feb 2019

Consultation launches on proposed changes to A4018

Proposals designed to help keep traffic flowing and improve public transport reliability along one of the most important routes into central Bristol have been unveiled for public consultation.

04 Feb 2019

Bristol and Bath Railway Path – temporary closure of path

The Bristol and Bath Railway Path will be closed between Gordon Road and Bruce Road from Monday February 18 to Friday February 22 2019 to carry out some essential tree works.

01 Feb 2019

Bristol City Council snow and services update

Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees says Bristol’s workforce has done the city proud today ensuring all essential services, and the vast majority of regular services, have operated as usual despite heavy snow across the city.