Libraries, fields, offices: All sold off to fund the cost of austerity
Opinion Edition 18 Banner Home Page
If funding cuts continue, our children face losing the opportunity to get the best possible start in life.
Edition 17 Opinion Banner Home Page
Adding a couple of quid to a hotel stay to top up Bristol’s coffers sounds appealing – but we need more ambitious thinking to address austerity.
Bristol And Beyond Features
A new book of untold stories from people left behind by media narratives and government policy.
Banner Home Page Reports
First action by community union against council bailiffs buys Hartcliffe resident, facing homelessness after benefit switch, a few more days.
Banner Home Page Edition 17
Since June, the controversial new ‘universal credit’ benefit has been implemented across Bristol. How well is the system working?
Addicted Bristol: Life And Death Reports
Fundraising efforts backed by numerous celebrities have failed to keep the rehab centre open.
But playworkers warn that the future of play in Bristol is at risk, with adventure playgrounds struggling to stay open without council funding.
Universal Credit, the government’s new benefits system, is being rolled out in Bristol. We speak to three people who have kept a close eye on...
City Features Banner Home Page
Staff cuts have hit children’s centres across Bristol under the council’s new model. Hartcliffe, one of the most deprived parts of the city, is no different.
Chris Winters aka ‘Skemer’ is fighting to find a new home for his Knowle West boxing club. Media Lab trainee Charlie Watts spoke to the Park...
Will the 80-year-old Filwood Community Centre cling on? And what can be done to revive the Broadway?
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