Bulletin 21 June 2017
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In this issue:
- Avonquay House
- Peaceful Portway 2017
- Cumberland Piazza summer 2017
- Avon Crescent Metrobus works update
- Consultations re savings proposals in Bristol’s Neighbourhoods
- Bristol Parks Forum Petition
- Petition to ban parking on pavements
- Bristol Charities Developments in Hotwells
- Police Beat Reports
- Transition Tips
- Bristol’s Celebrating Age Festival
- Bristol Learning City
- Bristol’s brilliant archaeology
- The Conservation Volunteers
- Meet Pliosaurus at the Bristol Museum and Art Galler
Sylvia Crowe designed the Cumberland Piazza as part of a much bigger landscaped scheme covering all the Ashton and Hotwells flyover. She explored many ideas about play and leisure that were cutting edge in the 1960s. One of the ideas for the Piazza was that people could sit and watch the boats coming in and out of Bristol Harbour. there were so many things she couldn't have known about that have arisen as major concerns in the intervening years. Although we can still watch the boats come and go from our new pocket park, we often watch through a haze of speeding cars- who knew in the 1960s that traffic levels would quadruple within 50 years?