15
Jun 2017
The Fonthill Summer Fayre, on Friday 23rd June, is a free day of fun for the whole community - everyone welcome. Please share our poster and tell all your friends and neighbours.  fonthill_summer_fair.jpg
The Mead
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Jun 2017
50 years ago the Beatles released their famous track, ‘With a little help from my friends’ which is still true today! Most of us rely on our friends, family and neighbours for a bit of advice when times are hard… particularly when simply finding out what is going on or what to do relies on trying... Read More
07
Jun 2017
This is a FREE event. Come along to Ascot Road on Sun 2 July 2017 and meet the Meadows and the Meaders - two fictional families who were in Southmead from the very beginning! The many fascinating stories provided by you have been woven into the Meadows to Meaders Soap Opera. People of Southmead... Read More
06
Jun 2017
On Thursday (8th June), we will get an opportunity to vote in the general election – electing our constituency MP for Bristol North West. Last year 31% of Southmead didn’t vote – here is some handy info that will help make sure your vote is counted! WHO CAN VOTE? To vote at the UK general election... Read More
05
Jun 2017
In this month's Bristol Old Vic Theatre Club Newsletter, Meadows to Meaders has received a fantastic review by BOVT committee link, Alex Turasiewicz. Don't forget to book your free tickets for the final performance online here or phone the Box Office on 0117 9877877 for a choice of performances at... Read More
30
May 2017
Last Thursday, the Greenway Café hosted residents from Southmead's Woodnook building at its first community lunch – a shared meal where members of the community can talk and socialise. The idea came from Heidi, the Greenway Café Manager, and two local volunteers, Shirley and Maxine, who have been... Read More
29
May 2017
Wicketz Bristol had an inspiring visit on Monday 22nd May from the Bristol Youth Mayors, Eve Szczelkun and Jack Payne who spoke at Wicketz cricket hub at the Greenway Centre in Southmead, along with Bristol Youth Parliamentarian Matt Simpson and Bristol Youth Councillor Jack Pitt. The budding... Read More
25
May 2017
It isn't often that we get a chance to sit down with the Mayor and tell them about Southmead. But that was exactly what happened last Friday, and boy was he impressed. On 26th May, after a busy morning on poo patrol with the kids at Little Mead, Mayor Marvin Rees and Cllr Asher Craig - Deputy Mayor... Read More
19
May 2017
Sophie came to the Greenway Centre for a week’s work experience hoping to gain valuable experience relating to her interests and chosen career goal. Here is what she has got to say about how the week has gone: My time at the Greenway Centre has been thoroughly enjoyable and I feel I have gained... Read More
19
May 2017
Bristol City Council is keen to encourage residents to consider paying council tax by direct debit. This is a more cost effective way for the council to manage payments, and it makes it easier for the council to budget - but is it something that you do? And if not, why not? Most people in Bristol... Read More

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