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The BCR Neighbourhood Partnership has closed down due to Council funding cuts.  However, it is being replaced by the new BCR Community Partnership. Please visit our new website at:

bcrcp.org.uk

You can contact the new BCR Community Partnership at: info@bcrcp.org.uk

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Bishopston, Cotham and Redland Community Partnership (BCR CP) - The local community have supported the setting up of an organisation which aims to >provide a shared platform for community groups in our area >hold quarterly public forums >enable bidding for funding for community projects. >supports community initiatives such as street scene, parks and libraries groups The community partnership is evolving out of the previous Neighbourhood Partnership organisation, funding for which was cut by the council administration. The Bristol NPs were about devolving council power back to residents for very local issues like pavement repair and cleaning, parks, trees and road safety. Each year we had approximately £30,000 to grant to successful applicants young and old for improving the environment like trees, parks, waste, recycling, traffic. Funding is now withdrawn except for a small fund for councillors to support meetings
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BCR Community PartnershipFriday, April 20th, 2018 at 9:17am
Enjoy the sunny weather in our parks this year but please remember to take your rubbish home with you if the bins are full: the council does not have the resources to empty parks bins more often- it is UP TO ALL OF US TO KEEP OUR PARKS CLEAN
https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/news-opinion/blame-piles-rubbish-bristol-bins-22117
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BCR Community PartnershipTuesday, April 17th, 2018 at 5:43pm
Where's our nearest public access defibrillator in this part of Bristol? One might expect to find a few around BCR, maybe in public or community buildings or spaces. Prompted by a recent first aid course I looked it up. The only one in the whole of Bishopston, St Andrews, Redland, Cotham, Ashley Down, Westbury Park is (as far as I can see) in Westbury Park Primary School. Of course we have the BRI and Southmead hospitals within a couple of miles but still an ambulance or paramedic would take some while to arrive, a patient can be kept alive by CPR for a while but their chances of recovery go down as you wait.
Does anyone know of any other defibrillator locations in our area?
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BCR Community PartnershipTuesday, April 17th, 2018 at 4:50pm
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BCR Community PartnershipTuesday, April 17th, 2018 at 3:25pm
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