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23 Nov 2018

Volunteers needed to help plant trees

The One Tree Per Child team are looking to recruit volunteers to help maintain and plant thousands of trees across the city.

22 Nov 2018

Bristol showcases work to improve diversity in apprenticeships

Skills Minister Anne Milton MP is visiting Bristol today to join Mayor Marvin Rees and representatives from four other cities delivering the government’s Apprenticeship Diversity Hub project.

21 Nov 2018

Public Health England and Bristol City Council are asking people in Bristol - How much alcohol do you think you should be drinking?

As part of Alcohol Awareness Week, Public Health England and Bristol City Council are hoping to stop the people of Bristol in their tracks tomorrow (22 November) at The Square, Temple Quay, by using an impressive 3D floor graphic of a wine glass to grab their attention. 

20 Nov 2018

Council hears voice of people with motor neurone disease

Bristol City Council has adopted the Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association Charter in support of local people living with the terminal disease and their carers.

15 Nov 2018

Christmas at St Nick's

If you are looking for a truly festive shopping experience, look no further than St Nicholas Market this Christmas.

15 Nov 2018

Share your views on Bristol’s high streets and shopping areas

Businesses, shoppers and residents have the opportunity to help shape the future of Bristol’s high streets and shopping areas through a new survey.

Economy, Enterprise, Business and Jobs

15 Nov 2018

Celebrating excellence at Bristol’s Apprentice Awards

Over 100 people gathered at City Hall last night (14 November) for the annual On Site Bristol Apprentice Awards.

15 Nov 2018

Mayor backs Big Breakfast campaign in the fight against child hunger

This week Mayor of Bristol Marvin Rees visited Fair Furlong Primary School’s breakfast club to highlight the city-wide issue of child hunger and to show his support for FareShare South West’s Big Breakfast campaign running throughout the week.

15 Nov 2018

Future Bright eligibility extended to offer even more people a careers boost

Even more people can benefit from the new Future Bright skills programme to improve their career prospects, after the West of England Mayor Tim Bowles secured changes from Government to widen the eligibility of applications.