Easton and Lawrence Hill Democracy Special - agenda now available

19 March 2015

Up Our Street election events 2015 Easton and Lawrence Hill Democracy Special – agenda available to download. Monday 23 March, 6.30pm to 8.30pm, Hannah More Primary School #whyvotebristol15

Neighbourhood Partnership meeting dates 2015 - 2016

16 March 2015

The meeting dates for 2015 - 2016 have now been agreed and are as follows Monday 29 June, Unitarian Hall, Brunswick Square, Bristol BS2 8PE Monday 5 October, Barton Hill Settlement, 43...

Invitation to Easton and Lawrence Hill Democracy special

10 March 2015

#whyvotebristol15  Monday 23 March, 6.30pm to 8.30pm, Hannah More Primary School Instead of a Neighbourhood Forum we are doing something a bit different this month. On Thursday 7 May there is an...

Old Market Quarter Neighbourhood Development Plan

27 February 2015

Old Market Quarter Neighbourhood Development Forum have formally submitted a Neighbourhood Development Plan to Bristol City Council and invite you to make comments. The plan is a planning policy...

March Neighbourhood Partnership meeting

27 February 2015

Neighbourhood Partnership – 11 March, 6.30pm to 8.30pm, St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School You can read the papers for the meeting at:

February Neighbourhood Forum notes now available

27 February 2015

Please find attached the notes from 4 February. Also available to download is the Race Equality Manifesto which was discussed at the meeting. This will be launched at an event on 10 March....


25 February 2015

Does your project need financial support? There is a new free website supporting community projects at Up Our Street recently ran a successful campaign on the neighbourly website and...

Voluntary vacancy - Treasurer

9 February 2015

This is an exciting time for Up Our Street as we go into our next five year Business Plan. We are looking for a Treasurer to join our board of trustees to provide support to our small staff team. We...

#whyvotebristol15 - new location added

6 February 2015

Every citizen in the UK has the right to vote in local and general elections. Not being registered takes this choice away. Whether you choose to vote or spoil your ballot paper with 'None of the...

Tidy BS5 flashmob

23 January 2015

On Thursday 22 January Up Our Street and a large crowd of local residents gathered on Stapleton Road as part of the Tidy BS5 project. It just so happened that Mayor George Ferguson was passing during...