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December 2012

PayPoint answers call for free ATM for St Werburghs residents — 7 December 2012

Following a campaign by local residents for a cash machine to be installed in Bristol's St Werburghs ...   more

Road traffic accident in Mina Road — 3 December 2012

There was a road traffic accident around 9am this morning at the junction of Mina Road and Cleave St ...   more

St Werburghs gas lamp posts under threat? — 3 December 2012

Wales and West Utilities have just put letters through the doors of houses on one side of Lynmouth R ...   more

November 2012

Local councillors in the news — 27 November 2012

Ashley’s two local councillors have both been in the news recently. Liberal Democrat, Jon Rogers, ...   more

(AVAG) Let's Go Solar! Community Energy Scheme — 24 November 2012

Let's Go Solar is a new community-run scheme that AVAG is running for homeowners in Bristol. We aim ...   more

City Farm Winter Fair changed to Sunday — 23 November 2012

Newsflash: Due to miserable weather conditions setting in tomorrow (including more torrential rain, ...   more

Heaviest local November rain for 50 years — 21 November 2012

Over an inch and a half of rain fell last night and this morning. The stream near St Werburghs Road ...   more

(B.Post) Architectural gems can build on their awards — 7 November 2012

Five projects have been celebrated by the city's civic society as the best in Bristol's architecture ...   more

October 2012

Why should St Werburghs suffer from through traffic overload? — 29 October 2012

The St Werburghs Neighbourhood Association Traffic Group have been working hard to get the improveme ...   more

(B. Post) Development offers step on property ladder — 24 October 2012

People are being offered the chance to buy a home in a new development in Bristol for as little as  ...   more

Additional planning application details for Hazrat Bilal Centre — 16 October 2012

The Islami Darasgah group have submitted further details to satisfy planners in relation to conditi ...   more

Local news from the Neighbourhood Forum — 11 October 2012

A very quick summary for those who didn’t attend but are curious to know what was going on: Some o ...   more

Don Foster sees community spirit in action in Bristol — 11 October 2012

(St Werburghs Community Centre) Communities Minister Don Foster visited Bristol to see how the loc ...   more

(B.Post) M32 bridge climber apologises to public, but not police — 9 October 2012

A man who brought Bristol to a standstill by threatening to jump off a footbridge over the M32 has a ...   more

Local news from Councillor Jon Rogers — 5 October 2012

Lane clear up between Horley Rd and Sandbed Rd Cllr Hoyt and I have been informed that following a ...   more

(B.Post) Inquest opens into death of 37year old woman hit by car — 5 October 2012

An inquest has been opened into the death of the woman who was hit by a car on Ashley Hill last mont ...   more

PCSOs use local knowledge to help track down suspect — 3 October 2012

(Avon and Somerset Police) Two PCSOs from the local neighbourhood team were able to use their local ...   more

September 2012

'Cardboard city 'to celebrate charity's birthday — 21 September 2012

Bristol charity Children's Scrapstore is celebrating its 30th birthday on October 6. To celebrate ...   more

(B.Post) Pedestrian dies in hospital following local collision — 21 September 2012

A pedestrian injured in a collision with a car in Montpelier yesterday morning has died in hospital. ...   more

M32 closed again, this time by drunken protestor: further update — 13 September 2012

(Bristol Post) M32 bridge climber could face jail term The second man who brought central Bristol ...   more

Car Wash application for York Street Mina Rd area — 11 September 2012

An application has been submitted by Maddox Design on behalf of a Mr Kadir for a Car Wash at 105-107 ...   more

(Bristol Post) Bristol soldier Karl Whittle dies after Afghan attack — 10 September 2012

A Bristol soldier has died in hospital, three weeks after being shot by insurgents in Afghanis ...   more

August 2012

Portakabin planned at St Werbs Primary to fulfil rising demand — 27 August 2012

An application has been made for the installation of a temporary, modular construction, single class ...   more

Linda Bell to retire from St Werburghs Community Centre — 22 August 2012

The St Werburghs Community Centre, one of Bristol's busiest and most loved community buildings ...   more

Helicopter missing person search — 5 August 2012

The Western Counties air operations unit helicopter was up searching for a missing person in the St ...   more

July 2012

(B.Post) Relief for Bristol residents as Dave 'Techno 'evicted — 31 July 2012

A man who terrorised his neighbours and made life a misery for many on a St Werburgh's street has be ...   more

Lynmouth Road comes out to play — 19 July 2012

Lynmouth Road parents today were the latest to take advantage of the new 'Playing Out' scheme which ...   more

(B.Post) Hard-working councillor spoke up for residents — 18 July 2012

A funeral service will be held next week for former Lib Dem city councillor Trevor Riddlestone who d ...   more

(B.Post) Labour choose candidate to fight Bristol West seat — 14 July 2012

The Labour Party has chosen Thangam Debbonaire as its candidate to fight Bristol West at the next Ge ...   more

(Ashley Ward eFocus) Primary Schools update — 3 July 2012

Everyone is working very hard to meet the rising demand for Primary School places across the city an ...   more

June 2012

(Bristol Post) Area needs free cash machine, says petition — 29 June 2012

A campaign in St Werburgh's is aiming to get free cash points installed in the area. Rob Telford, ...   more

Update on Brooks Dye Works site — 28 June 2012

Here’s an update on the Brooks Dye Works site – and notification of upcoming opportunities to speak ...   more

(A & S Police) Anti-social behaviour in Mina Road Park — 26 June 2012

Police are currently targeting the Mina Road Park area with patrols following concerns raised by ...   more

Police test crepes at City Farm Festival — 21 June 2012

(Avon and Somerset Police) St Werburghs Festival was held on 16th June 2012, and although it was dom ...   more

June 2012 continued

(City Farm website) City Farm Fair this Saturday — 13 June 2012

With 5 sites and 4 stages crammed with local talent, workshops galore, entertainment a-plenty as wel ...   more

May 2012

(Insider media limited) Alide Hire relocates after funding — 18 May 2012

Alide Hire Services has moved to new premises in Bristol after securing funding from Lloyds TSB Comm ...   more

Local Residents Parking Zones back on the agenda — 17 May 2012

The issue of residents parking zones has arisen again locally. Previous consultation was back in 20 ...   more

City Farm applies for planning permission for Cafe improvements — 10 May 2012

(St Werburghs City Farm) The plan is for the development of an outdoor decking area around the Farm ...   more

April 2012

(B. Post) Grant to create wildlife haven for community — 21 April 2012

A grant of ÂŁ21,180 will be used to create a garden and inner-city haven for butterflies, bees and b ...   more

(B. Post) Top marks for nursery school in Ofsted visit — 20 April 2012

A Bristol nursery school has again been given top marks by Ofsted for the quality of its education p ...   more

Ripples from the sinking of the Titanic — 13 April 2012

On this, the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic on 15th April 1912, like any local news ...   more

Local schools in demand — 9 April 2012

Nursery School judged Outstanding by Ofsted St Werburghs Park Nursery School is Outstanding - it's ...   more

Local environmental news — 9 April 2012

Spring-cleaning fever in st werburghs Taking advantage of the fine weather in March there was gar ...   more

The Farm pub gets its planning permission - with conditions — 9 April 2012

The Farm Public House had applied to alter the pigsheds, construct new outbuildings and put up a f ...   more

(A/S Police) Police launch annual operation to target illegal raves — 7 April 2012

Now that the clocks have gone forward and the summer party season is beginning, police have begun th ...   more

(E.Post) Gloucs County Cricket Club backs Metro campaign — 2 April 2012

Gloucestershire County Cricket Club is backing a Bristol transport campaign to get Ashley Hill railw ...   more

March 2012

(E.Post) Pensioner admitted 'modest scale 'of drug dealing — 26 March 2012

A pensioner has been spared immediate prison after admitting supplying class B drug cannabis. Leo ...   more

(E.Post) York Street ' one of 10 most dangerous roads for cycling' — 15 March 2012

(E.Post Update) A Bristol street has made it on to a list of the worst ten for cyclists in the UK. ...   more

(Avon & Somerset Police) car crime continues — 8 March 2012

In the last 7 days there have been 14 offences of theft from vehicles on beats in and around Montp ...   more

(E.Post) Man dealing drugs at car wash to buy grandkids presents — 1 March 2012

A drug dealing family man hoping to give his grand-children Christmas presents from the proceeds of ...   more

(E.Post) Brightening up wash days — 1 March 2012

Taking a trip to her local launderette was a pretty dull occurrence for Bristol artist Amber Elise. ...   more

February 2012

(SWNA) Traffic Update, Feb 2012 - Quick, We need your support! — 29 February 2012

Good news! The Council are submitting a request for money to the Neighbourhood Partnership next week ...   more

Return of the Vic — 29 February 2012

The Victoria Public House on James Street came back from the dead on Friday 24th February. Vicky Pol ...   more

Where the sun shines on St Werburghs — 27 February 2012

A new map has been produced which shows the 'solar potential' of buildings in Bristol. The colour co ...   more

(E.Post) Father grew cannabis to ease painful back — 22 February 2012

Growing cannabis in order to treat back pain earned a 60-year-old St Werburgh's man a 12-month commu ...   more

(St Werburghs City Farm) Love Farm Festival — 21 February 2012

Despite the rain to begin with staff, volunteers and trustees ensured that this event was a great su ...   more

(Avon & Somerset Police) Local car crime increase — 21 February 2012

We are experiencing an increase in the incidents of vehicle crime, 3 on Beats BT110 St Pauls and 7 ...   more

(E.Post) GPs seek more space to cope with patients — 13 February 2012

Plans to extend a Bristol health centre so that it can cater for nearly 20,000 people have been subm ...   more

(E.Post) Let's scrap big billboards & support local business — 9 February 2012

Let's scrap big billboards and support local business,' says Bristol councillor Calls have been ...   more

(St Werbs Community Centre) Lots of new family activities — 9 February 2012

Are you a parent and looking for fun and creative ways to keep your little-ones entertained? St W ...   more

(Bristol 247) Gus Hoyt: Imagine Bristol without the billboard ads — 3 February 2012

Gus Hoyt: Imagine Bristol revealed from behind the billboard ads On my walk into work this morn ...   more

January 2012

(A & S Police) Burglaries at Horley Rd & Tewkesbury Rd — 27 January 2012

There was a burglary in Horley Road near Mina Road between midnight and 7am on 26th. Offenders have ...   more

(E.Post) Community groups face loss of their funding — 26 January 2012

Dozens of community and volunteer groups in Bristol are set to miss out on funding from the city cou ...   more

(Pints West) The Victoria - is there still life in the old girl yet? — 22 January 2012

Chris and Stephen Allcock, of Euphorium Bakery Ltd, have recently acquired The Victoria in St. Werbu ...   more

Couple of local planning applications for more flats — 19 January 2012

2-6 Conduit Road, St Werburghs; Plan for ground floor commercial use and 1st floor flats. There h ...   more

The Farm Pub - right of reply — 6 January 2012

Hi, After reading your article I thought I'd send you a quick email. I've looked at your website ...   more

(E.Post) 120 new homes for city centre — 6 January 2012

More than 120 new homes could be built in these city centre areas, one of the lowest allocations in ...   more

Review of 2011 in St Werburghs — 1 January 2012

St Werburghs continues to try to ride out the economic decline. It benefits from being in Bristol, o ...   more

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