Horfield and Lockleaze Voice News

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Gill Kirk writes

The Council’s Cabinet meeting on March 6th was an exciting one for Lockleaze, with three big announcements addressing some of our most important local concerns: Housing, access to school places and air pollution. .. Read More

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New residents group meets

The new Lockleaze Residents Planning Group have held their first meetings, one at the Cameron Centre and one at the Old Library. .. Read More

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Rovers donate unused food to homeless drop-in centre

Bristol Rovers Football Club made sure no food from the club’s postponed clash with Wigan Athletic went to waste – by donating it all to Wild Goose Café, a local drop in centre that provides hot meals for those facing homelessness or extreme need... Read More

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Local lettings plan sees 45% of new homes go to local people

There has been a flurry of activity on Morris Road recently, where a new development of 49 homes is about to break ground this summer on the former allotment site behind Shaldon Road. In eighteen months time, once the main building works are complete, .. Read More

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Gas fans donate to Foodbank

Bristol Rovers supporters responded in an extremely generous fashion when a Foodbank collection was held at their home game with Scunthorpe United, donating a staggering 978kgs of food. .. Read More

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Eastgate Shopping Centre could be in line for upgrade

A planning application has been submitted to Bristol City Council to upgrade the Eastgate Retail Centre. .. Read More

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Stoke Park "will recover over time"

This is an update on the work taking place at Stoke Park under the Countryside Stewardship grant awarded by Natural England. The grant includes £337,000 of capital spend plus £184,000 of revenue funding for the upkeep of the estate over the next 10 years. .. Read More

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SLAP welcomes a new board: succesful recruitment process

Following an extremely successful recruitment process, the South Lockleaze and Purdown Neighbourhood Group are pleased to announce that we have recruited 4 further Directors to our Board. .. Read More

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The new school explained

Cathedral Schools Trust (CST) and Bristol City Council (BCC) have secured £25 million from central government to build a new secondary school to serve the north of the city. It is proposed that the new school is built on the derelict Romney Avenue Junior School site. .. Read More

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Love Horfield Schools Conference

The first Love Horfield Schools’ Conference is now done and dusted, phew!.. Read More