Daily Archives: Monday, October 19, 2015

  • How long can you frown?

    Up Our Street has produced a film in conjunction with Bristol’s Telling Tales Films about being an active citizen.

    Most active citizens become active after frowning and tut-tutting about problems in their communities, but there’s only so much scowling and muttering that can be done: action ultimately needs to be taken; and that starts with a smile. These East Bristol residents tell you how.

    Up Our Street has also produced an active citizenship toolkit. To get one please give them a ring on 0117 954 2834.

  • Next local litter pick announced

    image of litter pickerMore details have now been received of the forthcoming community litter pick (posts passim).

    As previously announced the time and date will be 11.00 a.m. on Saturday 7th November and the meeting point shall be outside Masala Bazaar, 382-386 Stapleton Road, Bristol BS5 6NQ (map).

    Up Our Street have organised this litter pick with local PCSOs and members of the local community are invited to come along and help to tidy up behind The Coach House pub.

    Participants are asked to wear suitable clothing and footwear. This litter pick is not suitable for children due to the nature of the litter, which may involve sex and drugs litter.

    For further information, please email community (at) eastonandlawrencehill.org.uk.