Friends of Bedminster Library
This group is meeting again on Tuesday 13th August at 7pm. Please do come along if you are interested in promoting the library, fundraising for important improvements and planning more events and activities at the library. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to share any ideas or thoughts.
You can see the ideas that were collected by the Council about the library service here .
Bristol: Going For Gold
This is a Bristol-wide bid to be recognised as a Gold Sustainable Food City. Sustainable Food Cities is a national programme that celebrates and supports communities that are making positive changes to their food system. As one of the first three cities to achieve Silver status, Bristol has already shown that it has the motivation to make Good Food part of the city’s identity. Now, individuals, organisations and policy makers are joining together to make big and lasting improvements across six key Food Action Areas. See here to discover how you or your organisation can play a part in this major leap towards making food that is good for people, the planet and the city accessible to everyone.
Secret Gardens funding
You may have visited Bedminster’s Secret Gardens in June. Despite a lot of rain, these open days raised a fantastic £1,600 from donations. The organisers are using the money to give small grants to local projects, with a particular focus on young people and intergenerational work. If you are a part of a group which wants to do something to make our community greener and more sustainable, you can apply for a grant of up to £200 to help. Your group must be working in the Greater Bedminster area and the deadline for applications is 1st September. For more details and an application form, please email email@example.com or pick up an application form from the Southville Centre.
Western Harbour Development
You may have seen the coverage about this development in the local media. The consultation opens on 19th August and will run for 4 weeks. You can see more about that here. You can also see more information about the development on the Neighbourhood Planning Network site here . BS3 Planning Group will be following this closely and keeping people informed via their Facebook page. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the mailing list for updates.