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Apr 2018
Would you like a free ticket to see the Grayson Perry exhibition at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery?  Just pop in to Southmead Library, Greystoke Avenue, and take out a book from the display. The exhibition - The Vanity of Small Differfences - comprises of six large tapestries exploring the British... Read More
12
Apr 2018
Hello residents of Southmead and the surrounding areas.  We have added a second circuits class to our fitness timetable due to popular demand. The class will replace the Saturday morning barbelles class based customer feedback on what our users want. For £3.50 this is a real bargain. Please see... Read More
11
Apr 2018
Did you know North Bristol Community Project on Gloucester Road offer free (if on means-tested benefits) courses? You can join an arts for wellbeing course to relax and unwind, or explore a variety of ways to to change and grow your potential through a personal development course! Details below... Read More
11
Apr 2018
Think you know Bristol? Here's a quiz from S. Hare. We'll post the answers in the near future once everyone has had a crack. Leave your anwers in the comments below! You would not go there for a cold drink. Stagger in a descending direction. The centre of government.  It’s on the coast where you... Read More
10
Apr 2018
I am sorry but the Tai Chi class this coming Friday (13th!!) is cancelled.  All the other classes in Southmead are taking place.  These are: Wednesday 11th at The Community Centre 2-3pm Tuesday 17th at The Greenway 11-12am Both these classes are great if you've never done any Tai Chi but have... Read More
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Apr 2018
People power won the day last week when First Bus agreed to reinstate the number 76 as far as Henbury School. Earlier this year, as part of a review of services in North Bristol, First Bus took the decision to start and terminate the 76 at Crow Lane. The impact of Southmead residents was Immediate... Read More
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Mar 2018
In the second week of the Easter holidays there are some great activities happening across Southmead as part of a city wide event called "Hope Bristol" involving 1,400 volunteers. On Wednesday 4th April there are a number of community action projects taking place in Southmead - clearing gardens and... Read More
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Mar 2018
Following the announcement last year that Bristol city council intended to reduce the budget allocated for libraries by £1.4 million from its budget of £365 million, I have been involved in local campaigns to save our network of public libraries. Although there is currently no plan to close... Read More
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Mar 2018
Ask for help – if you’re finding your work load too much, it’s fine to ask for help; we’re not superhuman! Take time off – take breaks from work. A long weekend away or even just time off to potter at home can be the welcome break we need Stay Active – exercise is not only good for the body, but... Read More
24
Mar 2018
Today I was privileged to be invited to attend Elmfield school's 70th birthday celebration with a screening at the Watershed of the Oscar-winning film The Silent Child. It was an emotional ending, and really brought home the difficulties deaf children face in trying to be understood by the hearing... Read More

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