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Should smoking be banned in UK parks?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bill Singleton Feb 27, 2015. 2 Replies

DOG ATTACK THIS MORNING

Started this discussion. Last reply by martin weitz Jan 1, 2015. 6 Replies

 

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Memorial Service on 75th Anniversary of Wellington Bomber Crash

Memorial Service on 75th Anniversary of Wellington Bomber Crash held in St Andrews Park Bristol
Sep 7, 2016
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Annual Hedge Trimming - ( Note: this title is meant to be ironic) at All around St Andrews Park

August 31, 2016 from 6pm to 7pm
Once  a year - or so it would seem - the council trims the hedge around the park, if it can remember to do so, or if it hasnt made so many staff redundant  that there is still someone left to do this job. This year the council seems to have forgotten or cant be bothered to do it. So three weeks ago  I wrote to find out what was happening...From: Martin Weitz [mailto:martinweitz@focusproductions.co.uk]Sent: 10 August 2016 09:50To: Sarah TylerCc: John MayneSubject: Hedge still not cut Hi…See More
Aug 31, 2016
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Aerial view no. 4

"Thanks - it was taken for the group by the Avon and Somerset Police - from one of their helicopters - it was a favour done for us as the Police Commissioner Sue Mountstevens gave us an anti-social behaviour grant for the wildflower meadows - shown…"
Apr 21, 2016
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Aerial view no. 4

"Great photo Martin - how did you take it? By drone?"
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Jul 7, 2015
Bill Singleton replied to martin weitz's discussion Should smoking be banned in UK parks?
"I'm happy to discourage - even forbid -  smoking in the designated children's area, but perhaps it would be a little draconian to ban it throughout the park.  For now, that is.  It may be that public opinion -…"
Feb 27, 2015

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Once a day
What is it about St Andrews Park you like
scared squirrels

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NEW NOTICE BOARDS -latest progress

Posted on February 26, 2010 at 13:17 9 Comments

Dear Everyone,
sorry for the delay for this update on the Notice Boards project .
PROGRESS to DATE
1/ £10k in funding has been successfully obtained from BCC ( £5k from Neighbourhood Partnership funding and £5k matching funding from BCC)
2/ Jon Rogers has been…
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RESULTS OF MAJOR SURVEY of 232 PARK USERS

Posted on June 18, 2008 at 22:00 2 Comments

INTRODUCTION: Friends of the Park member Jane Speedy has recently completed what must be the largest ever survey of park users. Here are the draft findings which make absolutely fascinating - if not disturbing - reading. Apologies that some of the data has become unformatted.



YOUR COMMENTS ON THE RESULTS WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.





" Survey of St Andrews Park- first findings- may day weekend 2008



Overview



This survey was conducted over various… Continue

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At 23:24 on November 19, 2007, martin weitz said…
CONSTITUTION



NAME: Friends of St Andrews Park ("the Friends")

AIM:

To protect, maintain and develop St Andrews Park for the benefit of the local community by:-

* Developing and improving the environment of the Park (including the play area )
* Protecting and extending the nature conservation value of the Park
* Promoting and supporting community events in the Park
* Liaising and communicating with Bristol City Council about Park issues


MEMBERSHIP:

* Membership is open to everyone. It is acknowledged that the existing membership may not reflect the views of everyone who uses the Park. The members will therefore try to:
* Ensure that it consults widely and informs Park users and Park neighbours about the activities of the members, through articles in local publications and by the use of leaflets and notices
* Contact and consult other local groups, particularly those under-represented by the Park members
* Include a variety of activities and projects which are likely to appeal to a wide cross section of interests within the local community




ORGANISATION:

* the Friends consists of a committee (the committee) and a number of special interest groups, including graffiti, antisocial behaviour and litter, restoration, facilities, play areas, social activities, and wild life groups (these may change from time to time)

* The Committee is comprised of officers elected annually at a general meeting namely Richard Howell
(chair), Sarah McMurchie (sec), John Mayne (treasurer), Martin Weitz (publicity)and a representative of each special interest group who may attend committee meetings and communicate the views, plans and activities of the special interest groups

* The Committee may co-opt members to fulfil other functions as required

* All members of the committee present at meetings may vote and the quorum for the committee will consist of 3 officers and 2 others

* Decisions will be taken by a majority vote of the committee
At 11:46 on September 4, 2007, sarah mcmurchie said…
hi martin hope you are well. sarah
At 16:42 on September 3, 2007, David Cemlyn said…
Hi I must say I share you views on the "art" work. I find this in yer face stuff not to my liking. Why do I have to constantly look at other people's tastes without ever having a say. If i am out numbered then fine but I would like to be asked.
At 22:49 on July 10, 2007, Doug Reid said…
Martin use this website to get comment going
I happen to agree with you that The Troll as you put it is perhaps not as good as Jack Vettriano or David Hockney but it's better than graffiti
 
 
 

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