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February 02 2018 Opening up South Bristol's windows to the world

Opening up South Bristol's windows to the world

SOUTH Bristol will be lit up as never before on the weekend of February 23-25 in the biggest- ever Window Wanderland event. .. Read More


February 02 2018 Meet the young winners of My Wild Bedminster

Meet the young winners of My Wild Bedminster

THE WINNERS of the My Wild Bedminster children’s competitions have been presented with their prizes, amid a lively discussion about the wildlife that’s to be found in BS3. .. Read More


February 02 2018 James explores the Bookbarn, which is offering a free book to Voice readers

James explores the Bookbarn, which is offering a free book to Voice readers

Somerset’s most expansive bookstore, Bookbarn, is offering Voice readers a free book when they take along the advertisement below. To set the scene, we asked special reporter James Drury, 10, to visit Bookbarn and tell us what he found. This is his report ….. Read More


December 27 2017

Bristol Good Food Awards 2017 – the South Bristol shortlist

Bristol Good Food Awards 2017 – the South Bristol shortlist All the eateries we could find within a stone's throw of South Bristol that have been nominated for the Bristol Good Food Awards 2017.. Read More


December 27 2017 Bedminster gets a much-needed new nursery

Bedminster gets a much-needed new nursery

BEDMINSTER’s much-needed new children’s nursery has opened on the corner of Chessel Street and Garnet Street on the site of an old scout hut... Read More


December 27 2017 'Parks cuts pose a threat to urban wildlife'

'Parks cuts pose a threat to urban wildlife'

The accidental deaths of two hedgehogs in South Bristol in council mowing accident highlights the increased risk to wildlife diversity posed by council cuts, says Alex Morss .. Read More


December 27 2017 Vicky's knitting up a storm

Vicky is BS3's crafting hero – first Briswool, then Briscroc, now a giant bauble, and next ...?

Vicky Harrison has a degree in fine art, and has always been interested in installations, “I’ve made stuff since I was a kid,” she says. She loves painting, drawing and embroidery, and in 2010 set up her shop, Paper Village, on North Street. “It was the right time to pull it all together,” she says. The first project for the shop was a knitted and crocheted garden, followed by a coral reef in the window, “it was the first big tester – whether people would get involved and, measured by the levels of engagement, it was hugely successful.”.. Read More


December 20 2017 The 2017 Bedminster Winter Lanterns Parade

The 2017 Bedminster Winter Lanterns Parade

Pictures of all the participants in the 2017 Bedminster Winter Lanterns Parade.. Read More


November 27 2017

Marksbury Road pupils invited onto building site to learn about safety

CHILDREN from Oasis Academy Marksbury Road were invited onto the neighbouring building site where 75 new homes are being built to raise awareness of Road Safety Week, the UK's biggest road safety event. .. Read More


November 24 2017 MP is grilled by pupils at Hillcrest primary in Totterdown

MP is grilled by pupils at Hillcrest primary in Totterdown

MP KARIN Smyth got the VIP treatment at Hillcrest primary school when she was given a tour on which she saw almost every activity in which the children take part – from history to art and from PE to English... Read More