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Next stop Stapleton Road

6 March 2019

Anyone travelling near Stapleton Road train station since the beginning of this year will know there have been major works being undertaken by Network Rail. The work is all leading up to upgrading...

Felix Road coffee morning

Growing together at Felix Road

27 February 2019

For almost a year now in partnership with Felix Road Adventure Playground, Up Our Street has been running coffee mornings for parents and preschool children. The warm February sunshine lured families...

Demolition of old sorting office

Help set priorities for local spending

13 February 2019

Bristol City Council is inviting people to nominate projects that could improve their local neighbourhoods. Every year money is made available to communities through Community Infrastructure Levy (...

poster for endowment fund

Small grants make a big difference

11 February 2019

The Up Our Street small grant fund is now open for applications for 2019! It is called the Endowment Fund because every year we only spend the interest easned on the capital investment. This means...

Photo of railway path - city academy junction

Railway Path December meeting

11 January 2019

Up Our Street hosted a public meeting on 13 December 2018 to bring together local residents, Sustrans and Bristol City Council to discuss concerns and plans for the Bristol to Bath Railway Path. The...

Libraries poster

Bristol Libraries  - new ideas created together

8 January 2019

Bristol City Council wants to know… have you got ideas or suggestions for your library and its building? Can you help make these ideas happen?  

Photo of Felix Road Christmas event

Festive times at Felix Road

19 December 2018

Pat, one of our Community Engagement Officers has been getting in a festive mood... "This year for the first time the Felix Road Adventure Playground teamed up with Up Our Street to organise a...

Looking after our parks and green spaces

7 December 2018

How can we ensure a brighter future for our Parks? Public parks are at the very heart of our communities, they act as ‘green lungs’ for our cities and define our sense of place.  Our parks and green...

Artist impression of Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone

Temple Quarter: What's in it for me?

3 December 2018

It was standing room only at our Temple Quarter event last week. Over 80 local residents packed into the hall at Hannah More Primary to hear from a panel of guests. We heard from a range of different...

Your thoughts on CIL process

12 November 2018

Last year we supported Councillors to invite people to submit proposals for projects to spend Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) funds in Easton and Lawrence Hill. We held a public Community Space...