Saturday, November 18, 2006
UPDATE: 14th of December 2006
To see some of the statements that we presented to the council on December the 5thand our summary of the loss of parking as a result of the proposed changes to our existing bus route please read the comments section below this story.
UPDATE: 28th of November 2006
We love Bristol, we love Star 107.2. A big thank you to Bristol’s ‘STAR FM’ for their excellent report on our local issue.
Fair is fair, the Evening Post has also listened and reported on the issue. We have been in touch and I shall pay them a personal visit.
Did we miss anyone? Let us know.
Watch this blog for our new u-tube 'TAKE FIVE'.
PUT UP OUR POSTERS AND JOIN US ON TUESDAY THE 5th OF DECEMBER IN THE ENTRANCE TO THE COUNCIL HOUSE ON COLLEGE GREEN TO FIGHT FOR YOUR PARKING AND HIGH STREET!
SIGN THE PETITION (in the following shops)
At Church Road:
At Summerhill Road
JONES THE BREAD bakery and The Pied Horse Pub.
Previously, 18th of November 2006:WE STILL HAVE A CHANCE TO STOP THE RED DEDICATED BUS LANE STRIPS, EXTENDED, ENHANCED PARKING RESTRICTIONS AND NO TURNING RESTRICTIONS.
The Evening Post and its local supplement the Observer have finally caught up with our news even though we posted on the 11th of October. What saddens us the most is that we only have one newspaper and the news we report always seems to end up as a watered down hybrid following the council line.
Steve of ‘STUFF’ centre in the recent EP and Observer photo above has complained bitterly of his objections, praised our support and spoke of over 1000 signatures collected in only a couple of weeks many at his own store.