The Age Of Stupid – 25th June, Gloucester Road

Sustainable Bishopston are proud to invite you to our very own screening of The Age Of Stupid, at:

ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH HALL GLOUCESTER ROAD 7:30PM 25TH JUNE 2009 map

There’s no charge for this event, although any donation towards the costs would be welcome.

After the film there will be a discussion, chaired […]

Need some new New year resolutions?

Need some new New year resolutions?

One might be: -make one additional energy conserving change in your household – walk or cycle even more – take the bus/train instead of the car – book a UK holiday – travel by Eurostar – plant a fruit tree/bush – eat one less meaty meal a week – […]

This week is Walk to Work Week!

Living Streets’ Walk to Work Week is currently taking place across the UK, from 27 April to 1 May 2009.

Walk to Work Week is all about raising awareness of the benefits of walking and encouraging the nation to fit more of it into their everyday lives.

www.walkingworks.org.uk

Logs for Heat? Tuesday 21st April

Logs for Heat?

Kindle Stoves welcome members of Sustainable Bishopston to an open evening on Tuesday 21 April 2009 between 6.30 – 8pm

will a log burning stove improve your heating? are there sustainable wood supplies? does log burning contravene smoke-control?

These and other questions will be answered by Guy Collins at Kindle […]

Bishopston Neighbourhood Partnership Meeting, Wednesday 22 April

Bishopston, Cotham and Redland Neighbourhood Partnership.

Wednesday 22 April, 7 – 9pm at Redland Green School, Redland Court Road, Redland, Bristol, BS6 7EH.

Contact Jo Holmes on (0117) 903 9797 or email johanna.holmes@bristol.gov.uk for more details

Discover your Ecohome (Wednesday 8th April)

A talk by Martin Fodor and Jackson Moulding at the Cube Cinema, for those of you who missed the presentation they gave to Sustainable Bishopston last month.

Details for this event are availble on The Cube website

23rd February – Joint meeting with The Bishopston Society

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How to make the place you live an Eco-Home

– practical ideas for owners & tenants

– saving energy

– saving money

– cutting your impact

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27 Feb – Love Fashion, Live Fair – a fashion show of Fairtrade clothing –

Bristol Fairtrade Network & Bristol Cathedral, in association with Oxfam, Christian Aid and Filton College, are putting on a Fairtrade fashion show on Friday 27th February. Come along and see ranges of Fairtrade clothing from companies like Gossypium, Traidcraft, Bishopston Clothing, People Tree, Ethics Girls, Chandni Chowk, and Sir Steve Redgrave’s Fairtrade brand FiveG, which […]

5th Feb 2009 – Neighbourhood Forum Meeting

Bishopston, Cotham and Redland Neighbourhood Forum Meeting – everyone welcome.

A little more information in Neil Harrison’s blog.

There’s a bit more about PACT on the Bishopston page of the police web site.

Neighbourhood Transport Initiative Update

You may have seen by now that some shiny new stainless steel cycle stands are at last being sited in our patch of Gloucester Rd. Twenty-four should be going in which doubles the number roughly and is what we were hoping for!

This shows how our own field work has helped influence the council since […]