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Knowle West Community Festival is a celebration that includes music, food, sport, and family art activities; a chance for people to get to know their neighbours, and showcase the talents and cultures of Knowle West. There will be a range of events and hands-on activities about our food, our health and our planet for the whole family to enjoy. Bristol South Labour Party has a stall at Knowle West Fest this year - with a game for children, balloons, cakes, and info. Come along and say Hello!   

Saturday 20 August 2016 from 12 noon - 16.00 at Filwood Broadway, Knowle West, BS41JN

Calling local families..

Knowle West Community Festival is a celebration that includes music, food, sport, and family art activities; a chance for people to get to know their neighbours, and showcase the talents...

 Budget-conversation-colour.jpg What's most important to you?

Because of Government cuts, over the 3 years from April 2017 – April 2020 the Council will need to save at least £60m* more from its budget for day-to-day services. It will not be easy; it follows cuts of over £100m already made over the last few years. Which services would you put first?

Click here to use a simulator to see what the council does and suggest where it should make savings - and understand their likely impacts. The Council will consider the results when deciding how to make the cuts Government is forcing....

To see  Labour Mayor Marvin Rees explain why this is important  click on this link:

https://youtu.be/aFGwgGyjoBw

 

Council spending - you choose!

  What's most important to you? Because of Government cuts, over the 3 years from April 2017 – April 2020 the Council will need to save at least £60m* more from its budget...

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Four houses in one street in Knowle West have had bricks thrown through their windows and two have had obscene racist graffiti scrawled across the front over the last weeks. In response, local people and workers have organised a Peace Picnic for today, 31st July, 2pm-4pm, Filwood Broadway Park, Knowle West, to show Bristol's solidarity with victims of hate crimes, past and future. It's a peaceful community event. Please come along and support the local community in dealing with these awful attacks in their neighbourhood.

Knowle West and Bristol should not be judged by the crimes and racist views of a tiny minority in our city. Judge us instead by our response to hate wherever it occurs. Come one and all, bring your packed lunches and picnic blankets and join us. If you only have a little time but want to show support, there will be a book to leave a message to families affected by recent crimes. 

There will be some food to share, and also some (non alcoholic) drinks and blankets - so please come, and bring some of these things to share too, if you can.
 

Please pass this info on to other like-minded people!  



Picnic against racist attacks

  Four houses in one street in Knowle West have had bricks thrown through their windows and two have had obscene racist graffiti scrawled across the front over the last...

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