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Hotwells summer shows its sunny side h&cca HOTWELLS & CLIFTONWOOD COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Green Days Out
Hotwells summer shows
its sunny side
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HOTWELLS & CLIFTONWOOD
COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
Green
Days Out launch on Cumber-
land
Piazza
in
July sent our project to pro-
mote
local
walking
and cycling routes off
to
a
flying
start.
Here
Matti
Hemmings
demonstrates
the
finer
points of profes-
sional
bmx
riding.
By
the way –those
umbrellas
are
not to keep the rain off. It
was
actually too hot!
Cliftonwood town green has
been
awarded a Gold Medal for Community
par-
ticipation and a Silver-Gilt
medal
for
'Your
Street' in Bristol
in
Bloom's
garden
com-
petition.
There
have
been
two very
popular
(and
rain
free)
barbecues
this
summer. The
next
will
be
held
on
Hal-
loween at 6:00 PM.
It
will
soon
be
time
for
the Autumn planting; look out for details of the wo
rking
party.
(thanks to Chris Ford for info. & picture)
Blaise
Nursery plant sale in June is always a
good
place
to
stock
up with materials to re-
fresh
the
displays
on
Cumberland Piazza. This
year
the
lack
of
rain
was
a
real
problem
be-
cause
all
water
has
to
be
carried on to the site.
Anyone
like
to
design a solution for harvesting rainwater
and
storing
it
in time for next year?
Giant fairy attacks
Hotwells.
The balloon fiesta came a
bit
too
close
to
home
in
August,
nearly
bringing
traffic
to
a
halt
in
Hotwell
Road
while the ’special
shapes’
launch
passed
low
overhead. The Fiesta
only
missed
one
launch
during a weekend of almost perfect
weather.
Cliftonwood Open Air Cinema
organisers
shrewdly
expoited this sum-
mer’s
’gromitmania’
with
a
sell-out
showing
of
Aardman’s
The
Curse
of the
Were
Rabbit.
This
annual
community
event
in
September
is always a joy to
experience but only just escaped rain.
HOTWELLS&CLIFTONWOOD
NEWS
Autumn 2013
Published by Hotwells & Cliftonwood Community Association, 3,Charles Place,
Hotwells, Bristol, BS8 4QW
www.hotwellscliftonwood.org.uk

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h&cca HOTWELLS & CLIFTONWOOD COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION O117 9291883 Advertising Pays! You may recall an
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HOTWELLS & CLIFTONWOOD
COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
O117 9291883
Advertising Pays!
You may recall an advertise-
ment that ran in this newspa-
per over a few editions last
year for, Gary Marshall Elec-
trical Services - if you don’t
remember, there’s no chance
of seeing it again as Gary;
the man behind the ad, had
to give up advertising here
as it was too successful!
That’s right, he got too much
work off the back of the ad
and had to stop. Gary said:
“It’s the first time I’ve adver-
tised in 40 years of trading
and although I would have
liked to continue supporting
Hotwells News, the truth is I
just couldn’t cope with the
demand!”
Apart from being the only
source of revenue that pays
to put the latest neighbour-
hood news through your let-
terbox on a regular basis,
advertising here works and
can cost as little as £30
which includes an online en-
try on our website as well.
So if you have a local prod-
uct or service to offer, give it
a try!
Contact:
admin@hotwellscliftonwood.
org.uk to find out more.

CONTACTS

Hotwells & Cliftonwood Community Association c/o Southernhay House, Southernhay, Bristol BS8

4TL

tel: 0117 9291883

admin@hotwellscliftonwood.org.uk

www.hotwellscliftonwood.org.uk

Management Committee

Dennis Gornall

Brenda McLennan (Treasurer) Rosemary Stibbon Adminis- trator

Ray Smith

Mike Timmins

Helena Kowalski

Anna Wilson

(Chair)

Communications

Open spaces

Community News
Community News

Boost for shopping in Hotwells

The precarious state of retail business on Hotwell Road is at last showing signs of improvement with a new shop open- ing and another at the planning stage. Hotwells Fabrics is a new face on the Hotwells retail scene. The shop looks ready to open its doors, though at time of writing a sign in the window says:

“Opening Soon: but please feel free to come in and browse (just excuse the pickle).” The shop sells fabric for up- holstering, as well as offering made-to-

fabric for up- holstering, as well as offering made-to- measure services for curtains, covers, blinds and

measure services for curtains, covers, blinds and other soft furnishings. Hotwells Deli. A licensing application has surfaced for a new convenience store and deli at 257 Hotwell Road, next door to Hotwells Fabrics. The building has been empty for many years before which it was a pharmacy. The application relates to the sale of alcohol between 08:00 and 23:00 seven days a week and, although the area welcomes new retail business, this aspect of the operation has raised concerns among some local residents. The deadline for objections to the application was Sep- tember 2 nd .

Jayne Marshall

Hotwell(s) name challenge

Currently languishing at the bottom of the league table for online petitions to Bristol City Council is the following:

“We, the undersigned, feel that the name of Hotwell road should be officially changed to Hotwells Road, in line with what most people call it”

This proposal has gathered a grand to- tal of 2 votes as we go to press. It seems likely that Hotwell Road was so named because until the 1860s it led to the ‘Hot Well ‘ –with its pump room sited next to the Colonnade on what is now the Portway. In fact the problem is, how did the Hotwell become Hot- wells. Should we not be petitioning for our district to be renamed Hotwell in line with the name of the principal thor- oughfare? -discuss.

Ray Smith

Join the Piazza Skate park campaign

Some skate enthusiasts (or parents of!) have come together to move forward the planning and fundraising for the Wheels Park as part of the Hotwells Piazza. The ultimate aim is to create a wheels park section in the Piazza as per the plans - catering for older kids who have grown out of the play park but who still need a local play area. Cur- rently there is nothing for this age group in the Hotwells / Cliftonwood area. This is in very early stages, and if anyone is interested in getting involved please get in touch. A Facebook page has been initiated to show interest so please search for Hotwells Skate Park and 'like' and 'share' the page. The Pi- azza is an ideal space for some sort of wheels park and with a bit of work we're sure the community can come together to make this happen!

Rachel Drummond-Hay

can come together to make this happen! Rachel Drummond-Hay creative use of space under a flyover

creative use of space under a flyover -a skatepark under Westway in London

to contact the skate park campaign group you can email admin@hotwellscliftonwood.org.uk or phone 9291883 and leave a message

Community News Trinity Care Services Crisis in primary school
Community
News
Trinity Care Services
Crisis
in
primary
school

Leanne Parkes has taken over as Co- ordinator of Trinity Care Service Day Centre, working out of Holy Trinity Church, Hotwells.

Day Centre, working out of Holy Trinity Church, Hotwells. Leanne Parkes Since the beginning of July,

Leanne Parkes

Since the beginning of July, TCS has downsized to a one-day operation. Miriam Jones, TCS Chair, said “We are just delighted that we have man- aged to keep operating. It was touch and go early in the year as Bristol City Council funding fell dramatically as Health & Social Care client referrals fell to minimal levels. We took the decision to withdraw from our con- tract with BCC and to reduce to a Thursday only operation. We have received tremendous support from local charities-The Grateful Society, Saint Monica’s, the Merchant Ventur- ers and of course The Hotwells Pan- tomime and we are now funded well into 2014. All service users who pre- viously attended on other days have been found places at other local Day Centres which operate on Mondays and Wednesdays. Our own Thursday numbers are increasing and close to capacity. We are still in business and providing the same home-cooked meal, transport and friendly, lively ser- vice for older people in our area.” If you have a bit of spare time on a Thursday, we always welcome volun- teers or, if you know any older per- son who is lonely or isolated and would like to join us -just give Leanne a call on 0117 9838878.

Andrew Murray

Trinity Care Service is looking for a new cook as Heidi will be leaving us soon. This is a paid post for about 4 hours on a Thursday. If you are interested give Leanne a call on 0117 983 8878.

provision

This is a city-wide problem but has had a particular impact in Cliftonwood where some parents have not been able to secure reception places at any of the three nearest schools and are having to travel nearly 2 miles to Luckwell Primary in Bedminster or St. Johns in Worrall Rd. With none of our local schools having any space for expansion and the pro- posed new Harbourside Primary now deferred until after 2015, it seems this problem will not be resolved any time soon. No site has yet been identified for Harbourside. The City has the problem that they are always outbid by developers for any new school sites not already in Council owner- ship. Meanwhile, parents have to cope with horrendous commuting to distant schools. Our public transport links to South Bristol are non-existent and Cliftonwood is separated from Bedminster by two waterways so even a car journey requires a long detour. The fear is that families with young children will be forced to leave the area and prospective residents will be reluctant to move in, unless adequate school provision can be made available soon.

Hotwells Panto 2014 —call for writers

As well as being the social event of the Hotwells year, this year’s panto made a profit of nearly £2,000, half of which was given to HCCA. Trinity Daycare has been given a grant of

£1,500.

Next year’s panto dates are 5 th -8 th March and there will be a Scriptwrit- ers’ meeting on Friday 18 th Octo- ber at 6.30pm at 17 York Gardens BS8 4LN. Any potential new writers would be very welcome (please email Amanda@VicLove.co.uk in advance. ) Bear in mind that new writers :

a. need to have seen at least one Hotwells panto

b. will be paired with an old hand

c. mustn’t be too upset if their care- fully honed script is re-hashed by the editorial committee!

green light from Transition Hotwells & Cliftonwood It's been a great summer. A bril- liant
green light
from Transition Hotwells & Cliftonwood
It's been a great summer. A bril-
liant “Big Green Week”, Bristol
winning the “European Green
Capital” title, and plenty of sun-
shine to make “green days out”
from Hotwells particularly enjoy-
able, and provide free hot water
and electricity to households with
solar thermal or pv. Looking for-
ward there's plenty to do as the
temperature drops.
Bristol Green Doors open homes
weekend - 28th/29th September -
will give the opportunity to see
local examples of energy saving
at home:
www.bristolgreendoors.org/
Opportunities to use Bristol
Pounds to support the local econ-
omy have continued to expand.
Places where you can Text2Pay
now include Reg the Veg (Boyce
Avenue), Create canteen, Water-
shed cafe, Folk House Cafe, 20th
Century Flicks, Bristol Ticket
Shop. Also gets you a 10% dis-
count at Clifton Thali! Open your
account at:
http://bristolpound.org/.
Bristol Freedom To Ride cam-
paign launched in May sets out a
vision and the plan to get there,
including dedicated cycle lanes
and network of freeways, quiet-
ways and neighbourhood links.
You can support via e-petition at
http://
bristolcyclingmanifesto.org.uk/
and see more at:
http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/
free-
dom_to_ride_the_bristol_cycling_
manifesto/
Finally, new Bristol community
bike cafe now open - Roll for the
Soul, 2 Quay Street - between
Centre and Nelson Street Bike
workshop and seating area up-
stairs vegetarian wraps and sal-
ads downstairs. Delicious!

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40 30 20 stop! Cars dominate our neighbourhood and, this Summer, they have been dominating
40
30
20
stop!
Cars dominate our neighbourhood and, this Summer, they have been
dominating our time as well with two major City Council consultations.
The first, which fits well with the Community Association’s Traffic Strategy, is the
proposed introduction of 20mph over much of the city. We were surprised to find that Hotwell
and

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Merchants Roads had been left at 30 mph. Other main arterial routes like Cheltenham/Gloucester and Whiteladies roads are identified as 20mph, we could not understand why the limited stretch of Hotwell Rd, along with a bit of Anchor Road, and Merchants Road had been left at 30 and have therefore made repre- sentations that our main roads should be reduced to 20mph. We have also suggested that the 40mph limit along the Portway should drop to 30mph before the Colonnade where the houses of our community begin. We have also had consultations on the Residents Parking Zone for this area. We know that not everyone is in favour of an RPZ, but given the Mayor’s decision to implement schemes, at least in the central areas, we

are happy that there has been plenty of opportunity for people to try and make the scheme fit the circum- stances of our area. It is good that there is a built-in arrangement for review after six months when we will have had the opportunity to experience the realities of

the scheme. We shall again be trying to facilitate that review when it comes. The next stage will be a formal consultation this autumn regarding all the Traffic Orders that must be introduced to mark the roads and put up signs relating to the scheme. The scheme should then be introduced early in the new year.

The scheme should then be introduced early in the new year. Dennis Gornall Reducing speed limits—a

Dennis Gornall

Reducing speed limits—a resident’s view

As a resident of Oldfield Road, Hotwells, I welcome the deci- sion to enforce a 20mph restriction on traffic in the central area. However, the proposal to retain the existing speed lim- its of 30mph along Hotwell Road and Merchants Road in Hot-

wells, together with a 40mph limit on the whole of the Cum- berland Basin flyover system, completely ignores the long-standing concerns of the residents of the area locally known as 'The Island' in Hotwells and pays little heed to the race-track mentality behind the driving that causes so

many accidents on the flyovers. The existing speed-limits, inadequate pedestrian access to 'the mainland' (across Merchants Road to The Pump House and Harbourside, and across Hotwells Road to Dowry Square) and the accelerated phasing of the traffic- lights funneling traffic into Merchants Road near The Merchants Arms make the entire zone extremely dangerous for pedestrians and cyclists, including parents who are encouraged to walk their children to Hotwells Primary School. Councillors and traffic officers have long been made aware of this at meetings, by correspondence, by protests and

by publicity in the press. Essentially, the speed of traffic around the one-way system severs this area from the rest of the neighbourhood. This is the major danger to the community, to the increasing number of visitors to the area be- cause of events at this end of Harbourside and to road-users themselves. In addition, simple eyewitness experience indicates that the number of accidents on the Cumberland Basin flyover complex continues unabated. There have been several severe incidents on Hum-

phrey Davey Way in recent months as well as on other access points such as that from Bower Ashton. Before the decision to maintain the 40mph speed limit over the Cumberland Basin system is taken, a full report of accidents should be undertaken.

Bob Walton

full report of accidents should be undertaken. Bob Walton Spycams patrol Hotwell Road bus lane! Getting

Spycams patrol Hotwell Road bus lane!

Getting booked by men (or women) in peaked caps and big satchels seems an almost nostalgic experience now. Have you noticed this camera near the Spar store? It seems to pick up any car stopping between 16:00-18:30, silently, covertly and automatically. Anyone not checking the signs very carefully could be easily caught out by the beguiling single yellow lines. Someone was recently prosecuted for parking here for 3 minutes!

Tree Planting at Cumberland Piazza
Tree
Planting
at
Cumberland
Piazza

This the third time of trying but but we understand that planting trees in the paved North side of Cumberland Piazza is definitely in the TreeBristol programme for this coming winter season. In 2010-11, we were assured that money for this would come from the Bus network improvement grant that was paying for new bus stops everywhere. The money ran out before they got round to our project. In 2011-12. We had pledges of financial support from the Neighbourhood partnership and individual donors but TreeBristol felt we hadn’t given them enough time to carry out the work. 2013-14 looks like our best chance yet. Treeplanting here is complex and expensive because of the hard paving and the sub-surface conditions (mainly rubble from the houses demolished to build the flyover). Large tree pits have to be excavated and retaining borders constructed around the margins to give the new trees the best chance to thrive. However, all our research suggests that most people want this to be a greener space and we think that trees with the potential to grow higher than the flyover ramps will create a major impact on this desolate space. As well as

creating a more ‘park-like’ feel, they will eventually contribute to visually masking the overhead roads, reducing the traffic noise and kick-starting the process of transforming Hotwells’ biggest open space. This year the cost has esca- lated. We already have pledges for nearly £10,000 but we need to raise another £5,000 as the Council starts a con-

sultation with residents living near to the site.

Ray Smith

help us make the Piazza greener Donations to the Piazza Tree Campaign of any amount
help us make the Piazza greener
Donations to the Piazza Tree Campaign of any
amount you can afford will be much appreciated but if
you donate at least £50 you can get a year’s free sub-
scription to the HCCA 500 Club (worth £12) and be
included in monthly draws to win prizes of £250 or 4 x
£25. If you already have a 500 Club subscription you
can double your chance of winning!
Donate online by going to:
www.hotwellscliftonwood.org.uk/piazzatrees
or Email ray.smith@gmx.com

Hope Chapel—tales from the crypt

Hope Chapel has been an important meeting place for the Hotwells community since it opened in 1787. In the nineteenth century many local people would be at the chapel every night of the week for various religious and social activities. When the building fell into disrepair in the 1960s and 70s it was rescued by the local community. It was transformed into the ‘Hope Centre’ - a successful community centre and performing arts venue. Then in 2000 the church con- gregation began to grow again as ‘Hope Community Church’ was formed. Whilst the main vision of Hope Chapel is now to be a church it will always seek to be a meeting place at the heart of the Hotwells community. The annual Hotwells Pantomime and Hotwells Music Group continue with great strength from their beginnings in the Hope Centre days. A children’s Street Dance club, toddler group (Little Stars), Youth Group, Tango club, youth drama group and the Hotwells Primary School play are more recent regular users of Hope Chapel. Increasing numbers of children on a Sunday, and wider demand for meeting space during the week prompted the development of the crypt underneath Hope Chapel. This work has been progressing steadily in recent years and is now nearing completion. Archaeologists have been recording artefacts and burials throughout the work. Most graves in the chapel grounds were

unmarked and those in the crypt had been robbed at some point in history so this has been a good opportunity to record each burial and re-bury the remains in a vault beneath the chapel. Osteoarchaeological analysis of the bones revealed a well-nourished population who weren’t suffering from any of the diseases associated with poor diet which are commonly found in 18th and 19th century populations. This is perhaps unsurprising given the site’s location in one of the wealthier areas of the city. The converted crypt will be able to operate independently from the rest of the building to host various events and gatherings. This additional meeting space, with vaulted ceilings reminiscent of the Cavern Club in Liverpool, will help to keep Hope Chapel at the heart of the Hotwells community for the decades (and centuries!) to come.

Chapel at the heart of the Hotwells community for the decades (and centuries!) to come. Chris

Chris Bond

www.hopechapel.co.uk

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Events & Reviews
Events & Reviews

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West Bristol Art Trail 12-13th Oct.

The 6 th West Bristol Art Trail, opens with over one hundred local artists exhibiting in homes and venues across Hotwells, Cliftonwood, Redland and Clifton. Local venues include Footworks at Charles Place, Dowry Parade, The Grain Barge and Holy Trinity Church on Hotwell Road which will be hosting 6 artists and the opportunity to ex- plore this historic building as well as enjoying tea and cakes. The Polygon has no less than 3 open houses exhibiting 5 artists between them. Perhaps the most unusual venue is Cumberland Piazza. Events here will include: Voices of the Pillars, a piece which began in 2011 when local poet Bob Walton ran some community poetry workshops resulting in the site-specific poem ‘Voices of the Pillars’, which he then performed at 2011 Art under the Flyover event. The Arts Trail weekend will see extracts from the poem posted around the site and a poetry workshop on the Saturday relating poetry to architecture. ‘No. 1 Rose Street’ is an installation mapping and remembering the houses that occupied the space be- fore the flyover was built. Over the Arts Trail weekend, the Piazza’s old toilet block will become, ‘No.1 Rose St’, a

re-imagining of one of the former homes, decked out in period 50s and 60s chintz and historical pictures of the lost streets. DeDum, will use the sound the traffic makes going over the road bridge and turn it into a live sound piece. People will be asked to use their smart phones to re- cord the traffic noise from underneath the road at various points on the Piazza, the pieces will then be collated and conducted in the DeDum Smartphone Orchestra. Claire Sharpe’s colourful translucent banners, produced for the recent ‘Green Days Out’ launch event will also be on display again. The West Bristol Arts Trail begins on Saturday 12 th October and runs until 5pm on Sunday the 13 th October. There is a launch event at the RWA on the evening of Friday 11 th October to which all are invited. See the Trail’s website for full info: http://www.westbristolarts.com/

website for full info: http://www.westbristolarts.com/ Music Workshop Hotwells Music Workshop is a community

Music Workshop

Hotwells Music Workshop is a community organisation based at Hotwells School, that has provided a forum for amateur music-making in chamber groups since 1971.

Who's it for?

Hotwells Music Workshop welcomes new members. It is suitable for almost any player of an orchestral instru-

ment who wants to play chamber music – though it isn't suitable for complete beginners who can't read music. Experience suggests that those who have found Music Workshop most useful and enjoyable are:

people who haven't played since their school days and want to get going again

Moderate players who welcome a relaxed, non-judgemental and supportive environment to improve and

enjoy their music-making Experienced players who enjoy encouraging and supporting those who are less experienced

Less experienced players who want to play with others but are not confident about (or interested in) play-

ing in a large orchestra or wind band People with experience of playing in large groups who want to try something different

Those whose commitments make it hard for them to join music-groups which make longer-term demands

Those who are new to the area and wish to meet other players of all standards

to the area and wish to meet other players of all standards How does it work?

How does it work?

The 'six-week session' is at the heart of the way Music Workshop works. Players sign on for a session of six (occasionally five) con- secutive Thursdays. There are six such sessions each year – but you only commit to one at a time. There are no meetings during school holidays. Music Workshop has the great merit that you don't have to com- mit yourself to long-term membership. Each player in a chamber group is indispensable, however, so the expectation is that all play- ers undertake to attend all the Thursdays in any session they've signed up for. For further details see the website: www.hotwellsmusic.org.uk

Events Diary
Events Diary

DIARY

when

what

where

Sat Sep

 

Bristol Green Doors weekend See:

various

28th—Sun

29th

http://www.bristolgreendoors.org/

Sun Sep

 

Make Sundays Special monthly closure of City Centre to traffic. food & drink, fun and games for all ages

Corn St and Old City

29th

Sat Oct

 

West Bristol Arts Trail -see:

various

12th– Sun

http://www.westbristolarts.com/

13th

Wed Oct

19:00

Hotwells Clifton & Cliftonwood Local History Society - (see below)

Create Centre,

16th

for

Smeaton Rd.

19:30

Tues Oct

19:00

Clifton & Cabot Neighbourhood Partnership

The Pavilion, Hannover Quay

22nd

Mon Nov

19:00

Clifton Neighbourhood Forum

Clifton High School, College Rd. BS8 3JD

4th

SOUTHBANKSOUTHBANKSOUTHBANK

Venue available for hire

Music gigs, private functions, exhibitions, training days, clubs & classes. Multiple spaces, 2 bars/ stage/sprung floor dance studio/skittle alley/garden area

www.southbankclub.webs.com

0117 966 5552

Dean Lane, Bristol BS3 1DB

A harbourside walk

CHECK FOR UPDATES TO EVENTS HAPPENING LOCALLY AT:

www.hotwellscliftonwood.or

g.uk/content/whats-on.html

Hotwells History Society

Hotwells, Clifton and Cliftonwood Local His- tory Society meets on WEDNESDAY 16th OC- TOBER at 7.00 pm for 7.30 pm at the CREATE CENTRE. To mark the success of Underfall Yard's application for money to en- sure its future as a Heritage Site. NIGEL COOMBES will speak about the Chan- nel Steamers. Campbells had an office at the Yard and during the first half of the 20th cen- tury they were a major part of local life, em- ploying many people, especially during the summer cruising months. A small exhibition of photographs of those happy days will be on display. The cost is £4 which includes a glass of wine or soft drink

New books by local authors

Two new books of local walks have just been launched by Clifton residents Julia Killingback and Michael Pascoe. Both authors have worked in the community for many years as volunteers helping to improve and promote this much loved part of Bristol. Michael’s great knowledge of the area’s history proved invaluable. Julia, who has designed for many large companies world wide, devised the visual concept and compiled a myriad of col- ourful images, some her own illustrations. The varied walks are de- signed to be enjoyed by peo- ple of all ages!

col- ourful images, some her own illustrations. The varied walks are de- signed to be enjoyed
col- ourful images, some her own illustrations. The varied walks are de- signed to be enjoyed

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Local Services
Local
Services

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Local Services 8 YogaYogaYogaYoga provides time for stillness in a busy world Gentle Class Thursdays from

YogaYogaYogaYoga

provides time for stillness in

a busy world

Gentle Class

Thursdays from Sep 26th,

11.00-12:30 Clifton Library,

Princess Victoria Street

Call Em Sawday to book a

place

0117-9738213 or

07833751235

emsawday@phonecoop.coop

Dowry Chiropractic Clinic 3 Dowry Place Hotwells, Bristol BS8 4QL come and see one of

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