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Neighbourhood Partnership and Forum meetings

posted Feb 17, 2015, 3:00 AM by Alison Bromilow   [ updated Feb 17, 2015, 3:01 AM ]

Please go to the Bishopston, Cotham and Redland Neighbourhood Partnership website for details of upcoming meetings for the three wards of our Neighbourhood Partnership



A Community Forum meeting

posted Oct 9, 2013, 7:34 AM by juliet johns   [ updated Oct 9, 2013, 7:41 AM ]

at Time@Tyndale -
16 October 2013 -

Sue Mountstevens, the Police Commissioner
will be at
Tyndale Baptist Church,
Whiteladies Road
(almost opposite Clifton Down shopping centre)
on Wednesday evening 16 October,
to answer questions about policing in Bristol.

Meeting starts at 8.00pm and will end by 9.30pm. Doors open 7.30pm.

Come and find out what is happening to the Police service in Bristol.

Further details 0117 9738518

Act Now

posted Oct 1, 2012, 9:13 AM by juliet johns

Police and NP meeting invitation...
Residents in Bishopston, Cotham and Redland (BCR) are being offered the chance to get an insight into the decision-making process faced by police during a terrorist incident.

BCR Neighbourhood Partnership and Redland Neighbourhood Police team are working with Police Special Branch in staging an event entitled

Act Now

16th October
6.30pm registrations for a 6.45pm start.
The aim is to finish at 9.00pm.

The venue is at Redland Green School, the Claremont room.

BCR Act Now will see participants gain an insight into what it is like for police dealing with the aftermath of a terrorist incident such as the 7 July bombings in London.

The exercise is designed to promote interaction between people from different community groups and to also provide a confidential forum to discuss the sensitive issues of extremism and terrorism.

A spokesman said: "Thrust into the fictitious town of Sandford you will be faced with a situation where a terrorist incident is about to or has taken place.
"Decisions you take will shape the way the incident is investigated, you deal with community members, the media and the families of those who may be arrested along the way.
"Taking part will give you an insight into the kinds of decisions the police have to make in extreme situations and will ultimately give you a better understating of counter terrorism procedures.
"It will also demonstrate how agencies and communities can work together to defeat terrorism."


Parking and disabled access available and microphones will be used at the event.
Places are limited and for more details or to reserve a space,
please contact Lynn Parfitt the Neighbourhood Development Officer by 10 October.

If you have any additional needs please let her know what they are.
Lynn Parfitt Lynn.parfitt@bristol.gov.uk Tel 9036978

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS NOT A RCAS EVENT - CONTACT LYNN DIRECT

Street Champions needed

posted Sep 20, 2012, 2:46 AM by juliet johns

You are invited to come along on
Wednesday 3rd October
6.30pm
and find out more.

A street champion is someone who keeps an eye out in their local area or even just their street. They report street scene, highways, environmental and other community safety issues so they are dealt with quickly.

Why become a street champion?  A well cared for and looked after street is less likely to experience crime and disorder.  Littering and graffiti are noticeably reduced.

It is not time consuming and you are not asked to do anything physical except walk, or cycle your “patch” and report problems.  If Bristol City Council and other organisations are unaware of problems how can they be resolved?

At the meeting you will have an opportunity to hear from Council officers and will be given hints and tips to get the best results when reporting.  You will hear about the new Neighbourhood Partnership Street Scene Group for Bishopston, Cotham and Redland Wards.

You may decide you wish to join the core group of officers and residents to help resolve issues that affect several areas and influence how services are delivered.

Meeting:  Wednesday 3rd October at 6.30 pm

Redland Green School.  Redland Court Road, Redland, Bristol  BS6 7EH

Excellent parking and disabled access.

Doors open at 6.15 pm   Refreshments will be available on arrival.

If you are interested in becoming a street champion but unable to come
to the meeting please contact Lyn Parfitt   email:
Lynn.Parfitt@bristol.gov.uk  Tel:  0117 9036978

Lynn Parfitt
Neighbourhood Development Officer
3rd Floor
Brunel House
St Georges Road
BS15UY

Please feel free to print out the poster

Bishopston Neighbourhood Forum

posted Feb 2, 2011, 10:07 AM by juliet johns   [ updated Mar 5, 2012, 9:28 AM ]

Open to Everyone

Dates and agenda of the latest meeting
may be found on BCR Neighbourhood Partnership
Facebook page
7.00 - 9.00pm

Venues alternate between


 
 Gloucestershire County Cricket Club
,
 County Ground Lodge,
 Neville Rd,
 Bishopston,
 BS7 9EH
 
 Ashley Down Primary (Brunel Fields Site)
 Gate 2,
 City of Bristol College site,
 Ashley Down Rd,
 BS7 9JT


Influence your local services and find out what's happening in the neighbourhood

For more information contact:
Debbie Clough, Bristol City Council, Community Development

debbie.clough@bristol.gov.uk
0117 903 6412



Redland Neighbourhood Forum

posted Feb 2, 2011, 10:03 AM by juliet johns   [ updated Mar 5, 2012, 9:30 AM ]

Open to everyone

Dates and agenda of the latest meeting
may be found on BCR Neighbourhood Partnership
Facebook page
7.00 - 9.00pm

Venues alternate between


 
 Redland Green School,
 Redland Court Rd,
 Redland,
 BS6 7EH
 
 Cairns Rd Baptist Church,
 Cairns Rd,
 Redland,
 BS6 7TH


Influence your local services and find out what's happening in the neighbourhood

For more information contact:
Debbie Clough, Bristol City Council, Community Development

debbie.clough@bristol.gov.uk
0117 903 6412




Cotham Neighbourhood Forum

posted Feb 2, 2011, 9:46 AM by juliet johns   [ updated Mar 5, 2012, 9:29 AM ]

Open to everyone

Dates and agenda of the latest meeting
may be found on BCR Neighbourhood Partnership
Facebook page
7.00 - 9.00pm

Venues alternate between

 
 North Bristol Post 16 Centre,

 Charnwood House,
 30 Cotham Park
 BS6 5UY

 
 Tyndale Baptist Church,
 Whiteladies Road,
 BS8 2QG


Influence your local services and find out what's happening in the neighbourhood

For more information contact:
Debbie Clough, Bristol City Council, Community Development

debbie.clough@bristol.gov.uk
0117 903 6412

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