News

Neighbourhood Partnership Plan

12 May 2015

The Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Partnership Plan for 2015 - 18 has been agreed. Actions are drawn from previous plans, partner priorities, and from input at NP and Forum meetings...

Young Peoples Activities Grants Fund

11 May 2015

In 2014-15 the Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Partnership agreed to make £5,000 available to deliver activities for young people in 2015-16 and would support funding applications that...

Stall and programme expression of interest

11 May 2015

Make Sunday Special are inviting the local community to join in our outdoor Community Event along Stapleton Road taking place between 12pm – 6pm on Sunday 23 August. MSS will be providing...

Neighbourhood Forum agenda 21 May

7 May 2015

If you live in Easton or Lawrence Hill then the Neighbourhood Forum is your place to find out about what is happening in the area. The meetings are lively and interesting with between 50 and 100...

What's coming up?

7 May 2015

Today is the day we go to the polls so make sure you find time to vote to decide who runs our country for the next five years. We will invite newly elected politicians for Easton and Lawrence Hill to...

Designer required - deadline 20 May

5 May 2015

We would like to commission a designer to produce some artwork for Up Our Street. This would include:

First Wellbeing Fund Grants for 2015

22 April 2015

The first round of funding for the Wellbeing Fund of the Neighbourhood Partnership has been announced. There are new guidelines and application forms, please click on the links above to view the...

#whyvotebristol15

21 April 2015

Last week we held a Bristol West question time event in partnership with Voscur and broadcast live on BCfm and Ujima. It was a packed room at Trinity Centre and candidates responded to questions...

Railway Path temporary closure

14 April 2015

A section of the Bristol to Bath Railway Path will be closing for 10 weeks starting 20 April. Please see the attached map for details of the diversion route during this time.

Planning applications in Lawrence Hill

23 March 2015

Bristol City Council have three different planning applications to develop a piece of derelict land on Lawrence Hill. To view the plans follow the links below. Two, four bedroom houses -...