Board Home page and help

Welcome to our new website which seeks to involve everyone in the community.

The Community Council would love to have your ideas / suggestions / comments on any matter about living in Brentry and Henbury. Just go to the relevant topic using the categories on the right of this.

The main menu is above just below the header image. Secondary menu to the left

The easiest way to find articles and comments on the subject that interests you is to click on on of the Categories list to the right of the screen.

Once you are reading an article you can comment on or leave additional information about it by using the Leave a Reply boxes just below the article. Then fill in your name, email and,of course your comment. The first time you leave a comment there will be a delay while the administrator checks that you are not a spammer, but next time your comment will appear without delay

To initiate a topic by posting an article you need register with your name and email address using the link low down the page in the right hand column. Once registered and logged in you’ll be able to post any number of articles.

6 thoughts on “Board Home page and help”

  1. The new community board in Charlton Road is an asset to area. However when reading the notice ,Bristol in Bloom, with winning local awards, it would have been nice if a mention was made that two tenants on the Charlton Road allotments were also given awards. The awards evening at Ashton Court Mansion combined Bristol in Bloom/Allotments.

  2. Hi there
    I was wondering if I could get a free lsiting in the magazine for amusic class for babies and mums that is running in henbury at the leisure centre?
    many thanks

  3. I am applying for recognition of a Public Right of Way across Arnall Drive Open Space from near the flats at the bottom Arnall Drive to the corner of what was Elms/ Biggs Farm .
    This route was there from 1880 and used until 2003 when a football pitch was dug over the route. This pitch has also now been fenced off.
    My claim is a historic one and the evidence required is for the 20 years 1983 to 2003. This old footpath is shown clearly on the council website ‘Know Your Place’ for 1880, 1946 and 1949.

  4. Hello, I have a query I wonder if someone could help me with. Is there a youth club or any free after school activities for children under 13 in Henbury? The reason I ask is that lately a few groups of children have been throwing stones at each other and at houses and cars around Norton Farm Road. They are kids being kids, but I’m worried they’ll hurt each other or damage cars. As the evenings are getting warmer and brighter the kids are out more (understandably so), but I think they are bored which is leading to this behaviour. I am wondering if there’s anything around the leisure centre or a community hall they could go to where they’ll have fun for a few hours. I know there may be sports sessions they can go to in the leisure centre but they’re not cheap & I think these kids are missing out. I think there may be a youth centre in Brentry but they’re probably too young to go there on their own. Thanks, Hannah.

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