The St George Neighbourhood Partnership aims to improve the quality of life for all residents in our part of east Bristol.

Get Involved
• Come to a ‘Neighbourhood Forum’ – Find out what is happening and tell us and the Police what needs improving in your area.
• Join one of our Subgroups looking at specific areas such as environment or traffic & transport.
Meet your local Councillors at our meetings or their weekly surgeries.
• Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter
Apply to join the Neighbourhood Partnership.
Contact us to find out more.

Apply for Funding
The Partnership can award grants to community groups for projects that will help achieve our aims to improve residents’ quality of life. See www.stgeorgenp.org.uk/grants

DEBIn the Partnership residents, community groups, local businesses and Councillors work together with Bristol City Council, the Police and others to set priorities, resolve problems and allocate spending.

Our Neighbourhood Partnership Plan sets out our aims and priorities for the next three years.

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Latest St George News and Events:


Neighbourhood Forum - Tuesday 9 August

The next Neighbourhood Forum covering the whole St George Neighbourhood Partnership area is on Tuesday 9 August.  It is being held at Summerhill Methodist Church from 7.00pm to 9.00pm.

There is a full agenda for the evening, with an opportunity...Read More »


St George in Bloom is Blooming Ready for Royal Horticultural Society UK Finals Judging

A press release from St George in Bloom.

RHS Britain in Bloom judging tour takes place on FRIDAY 5TH AUGUST 2016 FOR THE JUDGE’S VISIT TO ST GEORGE IN BLOOM.

 Green fingered volunteers from St George in Bloom have been busy putting the finishing touches to their Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Britain...Read More »


Improving St George Parks

There is a lot happening to improve parks & green spaces in St George this summer.

The work is aimed at addressing priorities set in the St George Neighbourhood Plan. Some of this has been funded directly by Bristol Parks and some through grants raised by park groups with the...Read More »


Brighten up St George

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A message from Grenville Johnson, Chair of St George in Bloom.

Calling all shops, residents, streets and communities in St George to brighten up our area of the city!

St George in Bloom invites businesses, community groups and residents in the area to brighten up their gardens and help keep the local...Read More »


Brighten up St George and be assessed for an award

A message from Grenville Johnson, Chair of St George in Bloom.

Calling all shops, residents, streets and communities in St George to brighten up our area of the city!

St George in Bloom invites businesses, community groups and residents in the area to brighten up their gardens and help keep the local...Read More »


Money granted to local projects - 25th May 2016

6 applications for funding were made from the St George Neighbourhood Partnership (SGNP) Wellbeing Fund.  One, from Friends of Dundridge Park, was withdrawn due to funding having been found from other sources.  All the remaining 5 applications were granted at the SGNP meeting of  25th May, 2016, by a unanimous vote...Read More »


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