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Below are posts giving the latest news on various subjects of interest to Park Forum members.
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A message from the National Federation of Parks and Green Spaces
SAVE OUR PARKS!
Protect and invest in the UK’s green spaces
- Help prevent the slide into crisis
- Let’s make parks a general election issue in 2015
Parks and green spaces are an essential and...Read More »
The Bristol Parks proposals to bring the grounds maintenance ‘in-house’ for at least 2 years from March 2015 were agreed at the Cabinet meeting on Tuesday (1st July).
As discussed at the BPF meeting on 28th June the plans are for the grounds maintenance...Read More »
Bristol Parks Forum will have a stand at this year’s Bristol Festival of Nature. We will be in the Green Forum tent – do come along an say hello.
The main festival weekend is on the 14th & 15th June in Millennium and Anchor Squares on the Harbourside.
As well...Read More »
Copies of the information she distributed are available via the links below. This is the information that is being sent to all schools in Bristol to inform them about the project....Read More »
The UK’s largest urban walking festival is taking place in Bristol this year between Saturday 26 April and Monday 26 May. Back by popular demand, the festival has now grown into a month-long event with over 150 walks to choose from.
Many Park Groups are organising walks as part of...Read More »
As mentioned at the BPF meeting on Saturday, the Full Council meeting on 18th March will be considering the proposed byelaws.
The proposed byelaws and the list of parks that they will apply to are included in the report at item 10B at in the meeting papers that can be seen...Read More »
It was with great sadness that we started the BPF meeting on Saturday (8th March) with news of the death of Justin Smith from a heart attack the previous weekend. Rob spoke briefly about Justin and Tracey Morgan, Director for Environment & Leisure at Bristol City Council, added her...Read More »
Over the past three years the Wild City Project has organised a series of events and worked with park groups and others on many of the City’s fantastic and varied nature reserves.
Run by Paula Spiers and Helen Adshead, with additional help from Justin Smith, the project...Read More »
Bristol City Council’s budget for 2014/15 was set at the Full Council meeting on 18th February.
The important news for park groups was that the proposed cut of £500,000 per year to the grounds maintenance budget was withdrawn as part of a last minute amendment. This followed the earlier withdrawls of...Read More »
Below is a list of the major Festivals & Events in Bristol for 2014 that are of particular relevance to Park Groups.
A much longer list of list of events in Bristol can also be seen at: