Fishponds Voice News

September 09 2019 New destinations for Fishponds passengers as bus routes are extended

New destinations for Fishponds passengers as bus routes are extended

BUS passengers in Fishponds will be able to reach a new estate and a major employment site from this month... Read More


September 06 2019 New rules could stop spread of 'student houses' in Fishponds

New rules could stop spread of 'student houses' in Fishponds

NEW rules to put a brake on landlords turning homes in Fishponds into multi-occupant housing could be brought in by Bristol City Council. .. Read More


September 06 2019 Two boys arrested after teenager suffers knife wounds in Hillfields

Two boys arrested after teenager suffers knife wounds in Hillfields

TWO teenage boys have been arrested after another teenager suffered knife wounds in Hillfields... Read More


September 05 2019 Join Mae in helping children learn valuable lessons for life

Join Mae in helping children learn valuable lessons for life

A FISHPONDS woman is backing an urgent drive to recruit more volunteers to teach children how to stay safe... Read More


September 04 2019 Director of Bristol Energy paid £250,000 as council-owned firm lost £10 million

Director of Bristol Energy paid £250,000 as council-owned firm lost £10 million

THE highest-paid director of a council-owned energy company took home close to £250,000 last year, as the firm racked up losses of more than £10 million... Read More


September 03 2019

Have your say on parking changes for Staple Hill

PEOPLE are being invited to comment on plans to shake up parking in the Staple Hill area... Read More


September 02 2019 Volunteers rewarded for helping firefighters calm children in distress

Volunteers rewarded for helping firefighters calm children in distress

MEMBERS of Fishponds Townswomen’s Guild were rewarded with a day out at a fire station as a thank-you for knitting trauma teddies for children in distress... Read More


September 01 2019 Pesticide-free Fishponds campaign gains momentum

Pesticide-free Fishponds campaign gains momentum

PUBS, health centres, schools and a student lettings agency are supporting a campaign to  turn Fishponds into a Pesticide Free Zone... Read More


September 01 2019 Teenager Lenny is called up for world cup

Teenager Lenny is called up for world cup

A PUPIL of Bristol Metropolitan Academy will be representing Great Britain in the World Futsal Cup next month... Read More


September 01 2019 Museum needs memories, photos and relics from Second World War for new exhibition

Museum needs memories, photos and relics from Second World War for new exhibition

FRENCHAY Village Museum has put a call out for memories, objects and photographs from World War II... Read More