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Merry Christmas from the Temple Quarter team! It's been a busy year and we've loved sharing our news with all of you. We look forward to filling our newsletter with more exciting milestones next year as we work to make the Temple Quarter a vibrant, innovative and inclusive destination.

To keep up with us in 2019, make sure you're following us on Twitter and Instagram where we'll be sharing all our news first.
Masterplan progress
Work on a masterplan for the future development of Temple Meads station and the wider Temple Quarter kicked off in July. The project is looking at the potential to transform the station and bring forward development including retail, office, housing and leisure facilities. The team is making great progress and will be gathering the views of local people in the New Year.
Check out our blog for more about this and other highlights from 2018 – and find out what else is on the horizon for the year ahead!
Temple Meads station gets an early Christmas present with new ticket gates
Additional ticket gates have opened at Temple Meads this week to meet the growing number of passenger using the station. The new ticket gates will make it quicker and easier to enter and exit the station at peak travel times. Find out where the new gates are located and what times they're open.
Share your #TempleQuarterStories
The University of Bristol would like to hear about your memories, stories and experiences of the Cattle Market area, ahead of the development of the site into their new Enterprise Campus.
You can share your recollections with their artists-in-residence through their website or via email. Read more.
Temple Gate works - Clarence Road eastbound to be closed from Monday 7 January
Work will start on junction improvements at the Bath Bridges roundabout on 7 January. To allow space for contractors to work safely, Clarence Road will be closed to eastbound traffic for approximately 12 weeks while these improvements are underway.
A diversion will be put in place but please allow extra time if you need to travel through this area. We will continue to update our Construction works page with the latest information.
£1.3 million for creative industries in the West of England
The West of England Combined Authority is set to receive £1.35m from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport to support creative businesses in the region.

This new funding will be used to help creative industries grow by improving access to expert knowledge and experience as well as supporting businesses through training and advice on securing investment. Read more.

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