Raising Active Citizens is a partnership between Up Our Street (UOS) and Felix Road Adventure Playground (FRAP) building on both our strengths to give children (C&YP) and their parents a voice in their community, increase their capacity for action, provide the skills and inspiration to create...
Understanding wellbeing through community research in Easton and Lawrence Hill
Up Our Street carried out an extensive community research project from August 2016 to February 2017. Our research team collected responses from nearly 600 local people to understand what wellbeing means to people’s...
Up Our Street is the community magazine from Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Management. It is delivered four times a year to the doors of 13,500 homes in Easton and Lawrence Hill and features stories, important information and events in the area. You can also read current and past editions...
Do you know an individual or a local business who has gone above and beyond to have a positive impact in the Easton and Lawrence Hill community? If so, please click on the links below to fill out a short form to make a nomination.
Please note the following criteria
Up Our Street and local councillors are supporting this project which was started by a local resident as a Twitter hashtage to raise awarenes of the problem of flytipping and to build momentum and gather interest.
We support residents with ongoing campaigning to make Easton and Lawrence Hill a...
Celia is supporting community action to make Gaunts Ham Park a more pleasant place for everyone who uses it or lives near it. Together with residents, The Network, the police and the Methodist Centre, we have organised a number of community events in the park.
For more information contact celia@...
At the end of the Neighbourhood Partnerships, we were asked by our local councillors if we could support them to hold community space meetings. These meetings help councillors make decisons, are a place to hear important news affecting our area and how local residents can be involved in decision...
What have we done so far?
1. Organised volunteer days with Lloyds Banking Group to clean graffiti.
2. Installed new signs over the tunnels and in the roundabout thanks to an Active Travel Grant.
3. Reported flooding and working with Bristol City Council on long term solution to the problem.
Residents who have participated in play initiatives at Twinnell House and Wills Drive over the past
two years propose a small high-fenced ball games area at the foot of Twinnell House
where parents can keep an eye on the children from nearby flats. It is hoped this will reduce