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QUESTIONING THE MAYOR IN THE IMPORTANCE OF CPR

The Government recently came out quite strongly in favour of promoting CPR training in schools. We are hoping that the Council will show the same commitment to supporting CPR training amongst the wider population.

PARK & RIDE POTENTIAL IN NORTH BRISTOL

Residents may or may not be aware but the West of England Authorities were recently consulting on a joint transport plan. Part of this focused on the need for a series of park and ride facilities ringing the City.

SAVE STOKE LODGE

For those who don’t know,  Stoke Lodge is a site in Stoke Bishop owned by the Council comprising Stoke Lodge House (which runs adult learning courses), a children’s play area and open green space of c26 acres used by residents for decades for walking, informal sport, exercising dogs, and general

SUPPORT FOR LOCAL HIGH STREETS

“We all love our local high streets but many of these local shopping centres are facing stiff competition both from the internet but also larger retail precincts like the Mall.

INAPPROPRIATE DEVELOPMENT IN KINGSWESTON

Cllr Matthew Melias and I are exceedingly concerned about the proposed development at the old Fairways site in Kings Weston off Penpole Lane. At the moment the owner is hoping to get permission for 20 hard standing caravans and a modular building.