Local News

The BIG South West Beach Clean

On Sunday 16th September, local South West Conservatives took part in the BIG Beach Clean. As part of this campaign a beach clean at Aust Cliff next to the old Severn Bridge took place. 

CONSERVATIVES BACK TEMPLE ISLAND SITE IN PENDING ARENA DEBATE

Conservative Councillor John Goulandris is urging the Mayor to allow all councillors a free and meaningful vote next week on the important issue of the Bristol Arena and that he abides by the outcome of the debate at Monday’s Extraordinary Meeting of Full Council.

ASHTON COURT RAILWAY UNDER THREAT

Cllr Mark Weston (Leader of the Conservative Group on Bristol City Council) was delighted to meet with representatives of the Bristol Society of Model and Experimental Engineers earlier this week with colleague Cllr Graham Morris.

PARKING CHARGES COMING TO BLAISE CASTLE

By now you will have heard of the Mayor’s plans to introduce parking charges at Blaise Castle. These are due start sometime in October and be set at £2 per day.

Keeping Stoke Lodge Open For All

The battle to keep community access to Stoke Lodge has intensified. The public have enjoyed open access to Stoke Lodge and its lovely grounds since the 1940's.

Local Conservatives SAVE Bristol Libraries

Following pressure from residents, campaigners and local Councillors the Labour Mayor, Marvin Rees has now back tracked on his decision to close 17 of Bristol's libraries.

Save Kingsweston Iron Bridge Campaign Underway

Local Campaigner, Henry Michallat met with local Avonmouth & Lawrence Weston Councillor Matt Melias last month to discuss the current situation with the Iron Bridge which goes over Kingsweston Road. The bridge has been closed for the past two years after a HGV lorry crashed into it. 

Protecting Kingswood's Green Belt

Protecting Kingswood's Green Belt

We have seen the opening of a public consultation, concerning the West of England’s Joint Spatial Plan.

This plan sets out where future homes and jobs will be provided up to 2036.