• 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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Latest St George News and Events:
As you may be aware, the Post Office on Church Road in Redfield closed in September. Local residents, businesses, Church Road Action Group, Councillors and our MPs have all been in touch with the Post Office to try and get the branch re-opened, either on the same site or somewhere...Read More »
Bristol City Council has extended its freeze on non-essential spending as it works to balance its annual budget and prepare for a five-year £92m financial gap from next April.
The spending freeze is expected to remain in place until the council has firm plans for a balanced budget this year and...Read More »
The Bristol Clean Streets campaign was launched on Monday.
Mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees, is asking individuals, community groups, schools and businesses to take collective responsibility for keeping the streets clean and tidy, and encouraging everyone to reuse, repair and recycle more. The aim is to make Bristol measurably...Read More »
Bristol City Council Highway Bridges and Structures team will be carrying out repairs on the bridge deck of New Brislington Bridge and to the eastern of the two bridges over Netham Lock.
Update 2nd December
The proposed maintenance works to Brislington New Bridge which were expected to start on the 5th...Read More »
This year has seen a huge amount of work done to improve parks & green spaces in St George.
This has been achieved by St George Neighbourhood Partnership, Bristol Parks and park groups working together to raise funding to address priorities set in the St George Neighbourhood Plan.
The...Read More »
Bristol City Council is consulting on their “Corporate Strategy” for 2017 to 2022. The draft document includes information on a lot of proposed budget implications for the provision of Council services.
The 126 page consultation document and an online response form is available on the Council website
A series of meetings...Read More »
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