Tags » Bristol City Council

'If the end of the world were imminent, I still would plant a tree today.'

The tree, a Ginkgo biloba, was one of many such trees planted in memory of Anne Frank throughout the country. The tree-planting ceremony was held nine years ago to mark the 80th anniversary of her birth and took place after the city had hosted a touring exhibition in the cathedral, which attracted more than 10,000 people and 25 school groups. 241 more words

Bristol Trees

Paris / Bristol

An event in Paris at the spectacular British Embassy exploring the relationship between “tech nations”. Combining inputs from companies and intermediaries from across the UK and France, it was an object lesson in the fact that collaboration is driven by ideas and complementary strengths or vision rather than geography. 158 more words

A Sticky End?

As we said yesterday in our Spot the Blott post we do like to follow the progress of former Wirral Council alumni who have graced (and disgraced) our pages. 1,124 more words

Lobby of Council Budget Meeting - No More Cuts to Local Services

A protest organised by Bristol & District Anti-Cuts Alliance (BADACA)

Tuesday 20th February 2018
College Green, Bristol
Between 13:00 and 19:00

This protest is against the latest round of spending cuts proposed by Bristol City Council which threaten libraries, school crossing patrols, parks, arts funding and many other vital services. 46 more words

Events

City Council Meeting Under the Microscope

Recently, Boardman was invited to attend a city council meeting. However, not being a fan of crowds or people because crowds mean people and people mean problems, I respectfully declined. 430 more words

City Council

Keep our parks ad-free: over 3,000 sign petition to Bristol City Council

People in Bristol have responded with alarm to a proposal to introduce commercial advertising into the city’s parks and green spaces, with over 3,000 citizens signing a petition delivered to City Hall today ( 368 more words

Blog

Bristol City Council fails to prevent a marked increase in commercial 'visual clutter' on our streets

Bristol City Council has allowed a proliferation of brightly lit commercial advertisements throughout the city center, failing to stand up to central government and advertisers in defense of our city’s unique culture. 526 more words

Blog