• 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
In 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.
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List of Partnership members
Latest St George News and Events:
Bristol’s bus passengers are being invited by Bristol City Council to give their views on services financially supported by the Council.
The survey is part of a review of the 19 bus services across Bristol that the council funds.
Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol, said: “Bristol needs a more reliable, passenger-friendly and...Read More »
What is happening at your local libraries? Read the latest library newsletter here.
Please note that St George Library will be closed from Tuesday 6th to Wednesday 14th September to enable preparatory work to be done for the installation of the swipe card pilot scheme.
If you have an interest in travel in your neighbourhood, details of the next Traffic and Transport meeting can be found on the meetings page of this website, www.stgeorgenp.org.uk/meetings, including the agenda and venue.
Every quarter there is a Neighbourhood Forum meeting open to all residents of St George to bring local issues to council officers and police. An action tracker is kept of the issues raised at the each meeting and a record kept of what has been done about them.
After a welcome...Read More »
We were delighted to receive this wonderful report from Luci Gorell Barnes who ran the very successful Speedwell Friends Allotment Project funded by a grant from our St George Neighbourhood Partnership Wellbeing Fund.
Don’t worry, if you applied you would not have...Read More »
Lots to celebrate in St George this coming week.
The big event is of course Redfest on Saturday which brings many, many people to our wonderful park. This year is promising to be bigger and better than ever with a new layout – but it is still FREE to...Read More »
Read more about the St George Neighbourhood Partnership here