We will be holding our AGM online this year by Zoom because of the impossibility of doing it any other way. We would much rather be meeting in person and offering you a mince pie and a drink but sadly that is not possible. Despite this, we very much hope you will join us on the night.
We will be sending out details of the AGM and a link to the Zoom meeting to those who gave us their addresses last year, and to our bulletin contacts.
If you haven’t received a Zoom link to the meeting, please email us at email@example.com. Early registration is appreciated. The last date to register is 6th November.
You can also sign on for our bulletins on the sign up page and you will receive the invite.
Documents for the AGM are available here. The meeting will just deal with the business side of our AGM in accordance with our requirements.
We look forward to seeing you there.
The Hotwells & Cliftonwood Community Association was started in the 1970s and was incorporated and became a charity in the mid 1990s. Over the years we have conducted surveys and consultations to try and find out what the people in the area want of their Community Association. It is time to do that again.
Very soon we will be delivering a survey to every household (we hope) in our area. We will also be using our mailing list to send out an electronic version. We hope as many people as possible will take the time to answer the questions we have posed. Your answers will help us direct our energies on your behalf.
You can find the survey by clicking here.
Thank you in advance for your help.
For community news from Hotwells, Cliftonwood, Spike Island and wider Bristol view our latest newsletter here.
Coronavirus and our community
We are very aware that lives for everyone in our Community are being severely affected in one way or another during this pandemic. We want to wish everyone in our community the very best of health in this difficult time. We would be pleased to help anyone in our community if we can. So if you, or someone you know, needs help in any way please feel free to contact us and we will do our best to assist.
You can contact us by phoning 0117 929 1883 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Neighbourhood help groups have been established to assist those most in need, and just to support each other. It is our belief that help is most easily provided by those closest to each other, whether that is geographical, or as members of related families. We hope there is a help group within your reach.
You might also find one of these Facebook pages useful.
- BS1 group: www.facebook.com/groups/223634625694691
- BS8 group: www.facebook.com/groups/549575592341916
To sign up for our e-bulletin/newsletter (if you are not already receiving these) please click here.
If you are part of a neighbour help group, and would like the HCCA to assist in advertising your group, then please get in touch and we can place information in our bulletin and/or on relevant noticeboards. Also if you think of things the HCCA could do to help people or groups in our community please do get in touch.
Stay Safe. Keep Healthy.
For the latest information on the Cumberland Basin or "Western Harbour" please click here.
Our Bristol Waste Community Engagement Officer is Ewan Doswell email@example.com
Public transport Information:
Ferry Services in the Floating Harbour https://www.bristolferry.com/waterbus-service/ 0117 927 3416
For scheduling public transport journeys in the South West http://www.travelinesw.com/
Links to local sites of interest:
The Underfall boatyard www.underfallyard.co.uk
Brunel's Other Bridge www.brunelsotherbridge.org.uk
Clifton Susp:ension Bridge: www.clifton-suspension-bridge.org.uk
Clifton rocks Railway: www.cliftonrocksrailway.org.uk
SS Great Britain: www.ssgreatbritain.org
Tourist Information: http://visitbristol.co.uk
The amenity group for conservation and planning issues in Clifton and Hotwells is Clifton and Hotwells Improvement Society www.cliftonhotwells.org.uk
Hotwells and Cliftonwood Community Association (HCCA), which has been going since the early 1970s, is a registered charity and operates as a company linked by guarantee. HCCA is run by a small group of enthusiastic committee members who work hard to improve the area for all who live and work there.
Our area includes Hotwells, Cliftonwood and Spike Island, which we believe is the old Parish boundary, as shown on the map, but please feel free to get involved if you live nearby.
We aim to:
- Share skills, knowledge and experience within our community
- Help people to be involved in local decisions
- Organise social and creative activities for everyone
- Work towards the development of a sustainable local economy
- Act to tackle social, economic, political and environmental problems in our area, in partnership with Bristol City Council
Everyone is welcome to join us in helping make this great area an even better place to live.
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