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The latest news from Bristol Temple Quarter. 
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MAY NEWS

There's lots to get involved in around the city at the moment, whether it's enjoying the views from the new St Philips Footbridge, signing up for Let's Ride Bristol or joining an event as part of Walk Fest.

Like us, we expect you're also celebrating the news that Meads Reach Bridge (a.k.a. the 'Cheesegrater') has reopened and it's already part of your morning commute again.
Riverside path reopens to pedestrians and cyclists
The River Avon Path reopened last week between Victor Street and Cattle Market Road. The path has been resurfaced and upgraded with integrated lighting to make the route safer and more attractive after dark and you can enjoy the views from the new St Philips Footbridge along the river.
Find out more about the new bridge on our website or get details on the full St Philips Greenway route at Better by Bike
Last chance to share your views on the Local Plan Review
There’s only one day left to have your say on the next phase of the review of the city’s Local Plan on Bristol City Council Consultation Hub and its approach to building a better Bristol for the future. Once the consultation closes, your comments will be used to shape the next stage of the plan.

You can find the draft policies online with information on Bristol Temple Quarter (p.17) and St Philips Marsh (p.20).
Could you #GetOutandWalk?
Walking’s healthy, free and good for the environment so, if you're able to, why not make at least one part of your commute a 10 minute walk on Friday, 31 May as part of Walkfest’s Walk To Work Day.
Don’t stop there; from 3 June you can register for points and prizes in the Travelwest Travel Challenge when you, your colleagues and families walk, run, cycle, lift-share or use public transport between 10 June and 21 July!

 

Quick updates

  • Bristol Social Media Week is 10-14 June. Check out the huge variety of events that are planned around the city.
  • Look out for the mini festival Who Matters in Temple Quay that will be popping up on 10-13 June.
  • Did you know Bristol City Council is now on Instagram? Follow us for the latest on what's happening around the city.
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