Lockleaze Neighbourhood Trust – E-Bulletin September 2012

Local Events
Woodland Celebration at Stoke Park Sunday 16th September 11am – 3pm. Come and join us in the area just next to Lockleaze Adventure Playground, off Romney Avenue for an afternoon of wonderfully wild activities including nature crafts, woodcarving, bug hunting, face painting, guided walks, owl encounters and more! Refreshments available. For more information contact Pauls Spiers at the Wild City Project on 0117 922 4325 or paula.spiers@bristol.gov.uk. Organised with the Stoke Park Action Group. Every Cuppa Counts on Friday 28th September 9.30 – 12.30am at the Cameron Centre. Come and join the World’s Biggest Coffee morning to raise funds for MacMillan Cancer Support Bring your friends or meet new Support. ones and enjoy a cuppa and cakes while browsing the stalls for Cookery and Gardening books, paperback books, Hand knitted baby clothes (new) and toys (new and as new) and handicraft items. For more information call Christine Welsh on 0117 979 2314.

Local Activities
Ping Pong at the Cameron Centre We have managed to get one of the City Ping Pong tables and invite you to come and have a go. Bats and balls, if not already on the table, are available in the Centre. All free. MProject! Lockleaze M-Shed Postcard Project! Over 55s bike ride in Lockleaze and the surrounding area. This is your chance to take photos of the area you enjoy which could be displayed at the M-shed museum next year. Digital cameras can be provided, but bring your own if you have one. Monday 24th Sept at midday. Meet at the Cameron Centre. No bike? Get in touch to find out how to borrow one. Contact Lizzie on 0117 9515751 computer 11IT computer courses for the over 55s at the Langley Centre – Wednesday 12th September 11-1pm and for the following 4 weeks. Free courses for complete beginners. Contact Lizzie on 0117 9515751 for more information. 1pmCentre, ESOL/English for Adults Classes –start 16th September - 1pm-3pm at the Wordsworth Centre, Wordsworth Road, Lockleaze. Free English classes to help you with Speaking, listening, reading and writing (aimed at adults who do not have English as their first language). Call Toby to book a place on 0117 9030060 or email toby.roberts@bristol.gov.uk Gentle Exercise Mondays 10.15 -11.15am at the Cameron Centre We are looking for new people to join this lively and friendly group to enjoy gentle movement and fitness. Laughing is a regular practice here too – all led by our wonderful instructor Judy. Contact: 914 1129 for more information or just turn up. £2 per week. Club: Wednesday Club: 1 – 3pm at the Cameron Centre. Do you enjoy a cuppa and a game of bingo? We are mostly all over 55 and looking forward to welcoming new people to join us every Wednesday. For more information please call Jackie on 0117 979 4133. Debbie Health matters: from Debbie Parsons Community Health Trainer - Tel 077859 50920 Lockleaze Larder: every Wednesday 11:30 – 1:30 at the Cameron Centre: Fresh tasty vegetables and lovely fresh fruit all at good prices. Cinema: Silver Screen Cinema: The next film is ‘The King and I’ on Mon 17th September at the Cameron Centre. Arrive from 12.30 – to enjoy refreshments and meeting people and the film starts promptly at 1pm. Good fun. Tai Chi on Tuesdays at the Cameron Centre has restarted now at slightly later time of 11.30am – 12.30. All are welcome, especially beginners and previous students. £3 per week. A gentle approach to exercise that is calming to the mind, reduces anxiety and improves mood and balance. New Women’s Health group coming soon. Details yet to be confirmed. Please contact Debbie on 077859 50920 for more information.

Other information
Gainsborough Square Regeneration Project A draft report of plans and work done so far is available at www.bristol.gov.uk/gainsboroughsquare . Paper copies are available at the Cameron Centre, Cookies café, Eastville Library and Horfield Library. This will guide the next steps. To get involved contact the City Design Group at citydesigngroup@bristol.gov.uk. Or call 0117 922 4742. Bristol City Council’s 'Our City' newspaper is now only available electronically. For information about what's happening around the city, www.bristol.gov.uk/np01 . or call Johanna Holmes 0117 90 36898 Don’t Lose your voice – if you are not registered you can’t vote. To have a say on Bristol’s Elected majoy and the new Police and Crime Commissioner on 15th Nov you need to register to vote now. Visit Bristol.gov.uk/vote or call 0117 922 3400 to register. extended: Bristol Libraries at Home service extended This free service will deliver books to residents who can’t access libraries to your doorstep. The service includes free reservations and free delivery. For more information and to apply for Bristol Libraries At Home Service, please contact Vicky Hough on 0117 903 8553. Deadline for next e bulletin: 15th October
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