Edition 20 Ideas And Action
Work with under-11s was cut when the council cut its youth services budget by 30% last year, but Bristol’s organisations have come together to find...
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We talk to the Traveller teacher who’s watching her service disappear.
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GPs and clinical specialists are worried about patients being turned away because of local NHS policies.
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Catching up with the union that fights for the rights of those who fight fires.
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Parent power wins radical overhaul of special needs services Two Bristol families have taken a stand against cuts – and won. The anonymous parents have...
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But playworkers warn that the future of play in Bristol is at risk, with adventure playgrounds struggling to stay open without council funding.
Bristol City Council approves recommendations for savings from its parks and green spaces, allowing ‘low impact’ advertising and charging professional dog walkers.
Will the 80-year-old Filwood Community Centre cling on? And what can be done to revive the Broadway?
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Teachers' union survey exposes stress crisis in Bristol’s schools, exacerbated by cuts and unsustainable workloads. Could a ‘fair workload charter’ help?
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Advertising is likely to be allowed in parks, with the possibility of billboards appearing in the future.
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Youth workers and parents want to know why the council has cut out play, open access and work with under 11s from its new youth services.
Further cuts and restructures to adult social care in Bristol are on the table. Here's what's happened so far, what changes are afoot and what impact people are seeing.
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