Local councillors Richard Eddy and Kevin Quartley will continue to work hard for local residents and champion Bishopsworth in City Hall. They will fight to protect our communities from overdevelopment and worth with locals to improve Highridge Common.

Richard and Kevin have a positive plan for Bishopsworth that includes:

  • Championing young people by transforming Campus Pool indoor skate park and delivering children’s play facilities
  • Working with the Police and local residents to tackle crime & anti-social behaviour
  • Enhancing local parks and green spaces
  • Improving road safety by campaigning for new pedestrian crossings, improved road-surfaces and parking facilities

Your Conservative team are working hard at these times to ensure everyone is kept safe and look forward to getting everything back on track following the coronavirus pandemic. As always, should you need to contact your councillors or local campaigners, then please do not hesitate to do so via our contact page, stating who you’d like to speak with and your location.

At the next local election, use all three of your votes on the Conservatives and secure a strong voice for local residents.

See Also

Bristol City Council 2021

Welcome to the Conservative campaign for the Bristol CIty Council Elections on May 6th.

On this page you can find out more information about your local Conservative candidates. Find your area to the left of this page to find out more