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Bristol Waste Company
27/11/2019

Bristol Waste Company

#BigTidy have been busy in Carlton Park but now we need your help. Yesterday, the crew removed fly-tipped waste from the area and cleared the street of litter and other detritus. Unfortunately, this morning the crew discovered fresh fly-tipping along the length of the street. This was also removed and is being checked for anything that will identify the offender. Can you help our investigations?

Please let us know if you were in the area last night and saw or heard anything that can help us take action against the fly-tipper.

Fly-tipping can be reported to Bristol Council online or by phone: www.bristol.gov.uk/streets-travel/flytipping

Bristol City Council
25/11/2019

Bristol City Council

Have you received your Poll Card yet?

If not, you may not be registered to vote at your current address (unless you have registered in the past few weeks, in which case you’ll receive yours shortly).

The deadline to register to vote is midnight this Tuesday 26 Nov.
5pm for a postal vote.

If you’re not registered, you can’t vote.

If you do just one thing today, make it registering to vote/reminding your friends to!

gov.uk/registertovote

Bristol Waste Company
20/11/2019

Bristol Waste Company

Last month the #BigTidy crew removed tagging from the wall in George Jones Park, Old Market. Today they’ve been back to remove the fresh tagging that’s appeared.

You can help the crew bring the sparkle back to our streets by reporting tagging to Bristol Council: bristol.gov.uk/report-a-street-issue

The Big Tidy teams are visiting neighbourhoods across Bristol, tackling issues such as littering, tagging, flytipping an...
16/10/2019

The Big Tidy teams are visiting neighbourhoods across Bristol, tackling issues such as littering, tagging, flytipping and overgrown paths. Join in by making the Big Tidy pledge!

www.bristolwastecompany.co.uk/big-tidy-pledge

Can you guess where this is?
12/10/2019

Can you guess where this is?

This morning our #BigTidy crews cleared over a kilometre of footpaths in Bristol to improve accessibility #BristolCleanStreets

Bristol City Council
09/10/2019

Bristol City Council

From Saturday 19 to Sunday 20 October, road closures and restrictions will be in place on the Portway and Bridge Valley Road.

This is so that vital works can be carried out on the cliff face overhead.

Find out more – bit.ly/2MpWpcS

Bristol Neighbourhood Enforcement Team
08/10/2019
Bristol Neighbourhood Enforcement Team

Bristol Neighbourhood Enforcement Team

Following a report of fly tipping in Greenditch Avenue, Hartcliffe, the Neighbourhood Enforcement Team visited the next day to go through the rubbish.
The officer found some correspondence amongst the waste and contacted the occupant of the address on the letter. She accepted responsibility for a number of black bags left on the site and has been issued with a £400 Fixed Penalty Notice.
The Neighbourhood Enforcement Team has unfortunately been unable to identify those responsible for other items left at the site. If anyone has any information they can contact the team via email [email protected]
or by ringing 01179222500.
We are also working with Bristol Waste Company to ensure evidence gathering takes place before waste is removed. If you have any information about a fly tip , you can report it here https://www.bristol.gov.uk/streets-travel/flytipping
https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/virtually-entire-homes-contents-dumped-3351773

Bristol City Council
08/10/2019

Bristol City Council

Residents are being asked to have their bins and recycling boxes ready for collection before 6am to help make sure the city continues to hit its recycling targets. During the summer collections have started from 6am rather than 7am, and we have decided to make this a permanent change.

This gives collection crews more time to get round all properties and will hopefully lead to less missed collections and less congestion on the roads.

To find out more about your collection day and how to present your rubbish, go to https://www.bristol.gov.uk/bins-recycling/bins-and-recycling-collection-dates Bristol Waste Company

26/09/2019
Bristol Neighbourhood Enforcement Team

Bristol Neighbourhood Enforcement Team

JOIN FORCES WITH OTHERS AND BE PART OF THE CLEAN STREETS FORUM/DIRECTORY

There is lots of fabulous work going on in Bristol to help keep our wonderful city looking great, and if we’re all moving forward together, then success will follow.

In order to make that happen, and to promote best practice, share resources and celebrate all our efforts and success, members of the Clean Streets Forum would like to create a Clean Streets directory.

The idea is to collect information about all the active groups and individuals across the city, in order to bring together likeminded people, share ideas, plans, activities and seek inspiration. It will also provide a central point of contact for residents who would like to get involved but don’t know where to start.

If you take part in a project that helps keep Bristol clean and green then please fill in the directory. You’ll be invited to our Clean Streets meetings so you can let everyone know about the work you are doing and what might help you do it better.

Submit your details now and be part of something bigger.

SAVE THE DATE: We’ll be celebrating our Clean Streets heroes on the evening of 29th October. Be on the directory to secure your invite.

Kind regards

Ewan Doswell
Community Engagement Officer

https://www.bristolwastecompany.co.uk/about/community-engagement-team/clean-streets-forum/

Bristol Neighbourhood Enforcement Team
26/09/2019

Bristol Neighbourhood Enforcement Team

The Neighbourhood Enforcement Team (NET) with the help of local police, the Bristol Waste Company (BWC) and the Council’s enforcement contractor, Kingdom. have successfully prosecuted a Bristol resident for fly tipping. Yesterday, Bristol resident, Barry George, was fined £800 and ordered to pay £5,000 costs after pleading guilty to fly tipping. Mr George had been under investigation for two years for suspected offences but NET finally got evidence supported by a witness statement late last year. The evidence was found by a Kingdom officer who was accompanying the BWC fly tip clearance crew. Receipts for a waste clearance business run by Mr George were found in the fly tipped bags and the owner of the take away that had used Mr George very helpfully gave a witness statement confirming the waste collection arrangement. The police, having been alerted to the situation kept a look out and eventually stopped Mr George’s vehicle and found he had no insurance or waste carriers licence. They were also able to confirm his residence to enable NET to serve a court summons.
Keep Bristol Tidy
Bristol Waste Company
Up Our Street
Fishponds People
Southville, Ashton and Bedminster Information Board

What areas do you think need attention?
02/09/2019

What areas do you think need attention?

Streets looking good in Newtown today after the #BristolCleanStreets team were cutting back paths this morning.

This vital work makes the area tidier and provides more space for people. It also creates a more accessible environment for pedestrians, wheelchair users and pushchairs 😊

Bristol Waste Company
07/08/2019

Bristol Waste Company

Here's just some of the latest work from our street cleansing team, who gave the Newtown area a little TLC last week. 🖌

If there is a spot in your neighbourhood that needs attention, let us know via the quick form at: https://www.bristol.gov.uk/streets-travel/graffiti

#ToughOnGrime #BristolCleanStreets

East and Central Bristol's cover photo
29/07/2019

East and Central Bristol's cover photo

East and Central Bristol
29/07/2019

East and Central Bristol

29/07/2019
Bristol Neighbourhood Enforcement Team

Bristol Neighbourhood Enforcement Team

JOIN FORCES WITH OTHERS AND BE PART OF THE CLEAN STREETS FORUM/DIRECTORY

There is lots of fabulous work going on in Bristol to help keep our wonderful city looking great, and if we’re all moving forward together, then success will follow.

In order to make that happen, and to promote best practice, share resources and celebrate all our efforts and success, members of the Clean Streets Forum would like to create a Clean Streets directory.

The idea is to collect information about all the active groups and individuals across the city, in order to bring together likeminded people, share ideas, plans, activities and seek inspiration. It will also provide a central point of contact for residents who would like to get involved but don’t know where to start.

If you take part in a project that helps keep Bristol clean and green then please fill in the directory. You’ll be invited to our Clean Streets meetings so you can let everyone know about the work you are doing and what might help you do it better.

Submit your details now and be part of something bigger.

SAVE THE DATE: We’ll be celebrating our Clean Streets heroes on the evening of 29th October. Be on the directory to secure your invite.

Kind regards

Ewan Doswell
Community Engagement Officer

https://www.bristolwastecompany.co.uk/about/community-engagement-team/clean-streets-forum/

Bristol Neighbourhood Enforcement Team
05/07/2019

Bristol Neighbourhood Enforcement Team

The Council’s enforcement contractor, 3GS, have been patrolling streets where Neighbourhood Enforcement Officers have served commercial waste notices which set out how businesses should present their waste. Yesterday on the Gloucester and Cheltenham Roads 3GS found 10 incidences of businesses not complying Each has been issued with £110 fixed penalties notices which, if they fail to pay, will lead to a prosecution.
Keep Bristol Tidy
Bristol Waste Company
Bristol City Centre BID

25/03/2019
Pooper Snooper - Let's tackle dog poop once and for all

Pooper Snooper - Let's tackle dog poop once and for all

Pooper Snooper is a project that everyone who cares about their environment can use. Report the location of dog fouling (and bins) to help raise awareness of...

Are you doing positive things in your neighbourhood? Are you making a difference in your community?Would you like to sha...
10/01/2019

Are you doing positive things in your neighbourhood?

Are you making a difference in your community?

Would you like to share ideas with like-minded people?

From Hibernation to Community Action is an event for anyone who is making a difference in their community which includes community organisers, builders, activists, and active citizens. Whatever you like to call yourselves?

The event takes place on Saturday 2 February from 10am to 12:30pm at Trinity Centre. It’s a chance to share your experiences, be inspired by other people’s stories, network and talk about issues and interests which matter to you.

There are limited places so if you’re interested please book on through this link:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/from-hibernation-to-community-action-tickets-53435781862?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Meeting for Hillfields, Fishponds, St George & J3Have you got ideas or suggestions for your library and its building? Ca...
10/01/2019
Help create your future library service - bristol.gov.uk

Meeting for Hillfields, Fishponds, St George & J3

Have you got ideas or suggestions for your library and its building?

Can you help make these ideas happen?

We are inviting you to come along to one of our community events running from January, which will bring local people and organisations together to look for opportunities for community-led activities and partnerships to create a library service for the future.

This is everyone’s opportunity to work together to find new ideas - small ideas that could be started quickly, as well as bigger ideas which will make a significant difference to how a library service is provided into the future.

We have 12 events taking place in 6 areas across the city.

To find out more visit
http://bit.ly/LibIdeas

What we’re doing following the consultations on the library service, and how to give your ideas and suggestions on ways to make the service and buildings more relevant

Meeting for Central, Clifton, Redland & St Paul'sHave you got ideas or suggestions for your library and its building? Ca...
08/01/2019
Help create your future library service - bristol.gov.uk

Meeting for Central, Clifton, Redland & St Paul's

Have you got ideas or suggestions for your library and its building?

Can you help make these ideas happen?

We are inviting you to come along to one of our community events running from January, which will bring local people and organisations together to look for opportunities for community-led activities and partnerships to create a library service for the future.

This is everyone’s opportunity to work together to find new ideas - small ideas that could be started quickly, as well as bigger ideas which will make a significant difference to how a library service is provided into the future.

We have 12 events taking place in 6 areas across the city. To find out more visit
http://bit.ly/LibIdeas

What we’re doing following the consultations on the library service, and how to give your ideas and suggestions on ways to make the service and buildings more relevant

Bristol City Council
10/12/2018

Bristol City Council

If you live in Ashley, Easton or Lawrence Hill, you may be eligible to get FREE washing machines, dishwashers and tumble dryers as part of the EU-funded research project REPLICATE. Find out more: http://bit.ly/2OJiP8t

Start the New Year with a BANG! Great course if you are interested in working in communities. Highly recommended....
07/12/2018

Start the New Year with a BANG! Great course if you are interested in working in communities. Highly recommended....

Make sure your voice it heard, have your say on the council budget
06/12/2018
Bristol City Council

Make sure your voice it heard, have your say on the council budget

There's less than two weeks to go in the #BristolBudget consultation.....

Have your say now on the level of council tax from April 2019 by filling in our online survey at www.bristol.gov.uk/budget2019-2020

The consultation will close at midnight on Monday 17 December.

24/10/2018
Community Development Bristol

Due to recent changes in the Councils Neighbourhood and Communities Service, we will be merging this page with Community Development Bristol over the weekend.

Bristol City Council's Community Development Team: 'like' us to hear about Bristol residents' sparkling ideas, fun new projects and community-led groups.

Galleries Post Office The Post Office are proposing to move The Galleries Post Office to a new location – WHSmith, 27 Th...
24/10/2018
Post Office - Citizen Space

Galleries Post Office

The Post Office are proposing to move The Galleries Post Office to a new location – WHSmith, 27 The Galleries, Broadmead, Bristol, BS1 3XB.

If the move goes ahead the branch will be run by WHSmith High Street Ltd, with extended opening hours including Sundays, and it will be known as Bristol Post Office.

You can share your views on the proposed change through their questionnaire via the link below. When entering the site you can use the search function to find the consultation for this branch either by branch name, postcode or the unique branch code 020511.

https://www.postofficeviews.co.uk/

Find and participate in consultations run by the Post Office

Want to get more active? Perhaps start running? We have a FREE 12 week Beginners Running course starting at Lockleaze, E...
04/09/2018
Run4Life Bristol

Want to get more active? Perhaps start running? We have a FREE 12 week Beginners Running course starting at Lockleaze, Eastville and St George, and also a 4 week Walk to Jog course at The Netham Lawrence Hill.
Have a look at the poster below for times and days. All courses start the week of 10th September. Sign up at www.run4lifebristol.eventbrite.co.uk
https://www.facebook.com/Run4LifeBristol/photos/a.569979006494062/1079582538867037/?type=3&theater

Bristol City Council Sports Team

Make sure you dispose of your waste and dont dump in your community. This student is learning the leason the hard way.
21/08/2018

Make sure you dispose of your waste and dont dump in your community.

This student is learning the leason the hard way.

A student who dumped his mattress outside his house on Muller Road was fined for fly tipping this week. A local resident reported the incident and the perpetrator was traced by his vehicle registration number. His car was parked outside his student accommodation. Fly tipping often peaks at the moving out time of year and costs the City Council thousands of pounds to clear

Dont loss your chance to have a say Messages from Bristol city council:Last chance to have your say on our draft rough s...
14/08/2018
Rough Sleeping Encampments Consultation - Bristol - Citizen Space

Dont loss your chance to have a say

Messages from Bristol city council:

Last chance to have your say on our draft rough sleeping and vehicle dwelling policies
We are asking for feedback on our draft policies on how we approach encampments of people sleeping rough and people dwelling in vehicles. We want to make sure we reach as many people as possible before the deadline on Sunday 26 August.
Whilst the consultations are happening simultaneously there are two distinct approaches, recognising that there can be very specific circumstances and needs, and these are often very complex – there can’t be a one size fits all approach.
Our aim for people sleeping rough is to get people off the street as quickly as possible, assess their needs and help provide the necessary support.
Our aim for vehicle dwelling is to ensure a measured approach, demonstrating tolerance whilst also being willing to take action when issues reach an unacceptable level.
Please spread the word to anybody who might be interested. You can find more details and respond to the consultation online:
For rough sleeping visit bristol.gov.uk/roughsleeping.
For vehicle dwelling visit bristol.gov.uk/vehicledwelling.

Find and participate in consultations run by Bristol City Council.

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Want to get more active? Perhaps start running? We have a FREE 12 week Beginners Running course starting at Lockleaze, Eastville and St George, and also a 4 week Walk to Jog course at The Netham Lawrence Hill. Have a look at the poster below for times and days. All courses start the week of 10th September. Sign up at www.run4lifebristol.eventbrite.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/Run4LifeBristol/photos/a.569979006494062/1079582538867037/?type=3&theater
Hello Neighbours! The Embrace Bristol group has been set up by Angela and Jane to share with you the amazing, life changing social impact documentary 'Embrace' that explores the serious issue of body image and how you can now see this nearby - ⭐Sunday 29th October, All Saints Church, Fishponds⭐ We'd love you to be a part of this by joining the group and attending the screening event. Here is a preview http://ow.ly/NljI30fysTF ⭐Please invite your friends and spread the word!!⭐ https://www.facebook.com/groups/EmbraceBristol/
Love the new name and picture team