Ashley

Ashley is a 3 member ward in Bristol West Parliamentary Constituency. The last election in Ashley was in May 2016 where the candidates were Jon Rogers, Maya Sturtridge and Adam Sturtridge. The Liberal Democrats received 14.12% of the vote and we want to increase this in the next election. The next election will be in May 2021.


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Clifton eNews - September 2020

Good morning,

Welcome to Clifton eNews! This is our regular newsletter to let you know what's going on in City Hall and Westminster. We hope you find it useful and informative, but if you have any questions or comments then please don't hesitate to get in touch.

In this edition:

  1. Council refuses to issue parking permit reminders
  2. Stephen Williams proposes bold plan to provide cycle parking
  3. Campaigning to reinstate the No.9 bus route!
  4. How do we build back better in Clifton?
  5. Waterloo Street - Broken on-way sign
  6. Conservative MPs vote to break international law
  7. Downs playground move forward
  8. Ed Davey says he will be the "voice of the nine million carers in our country"
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Cleaning up Brislington War Memorial

The Brislington Lib Dems are cleaning the War Memorial ready for Remeberance Day

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Arnos Vale Under Threat

Living in Brislington, we are so lucky to have the beautiful Arnos Vale Cemetery on our doorstep. With its 45 acres of trees, wildflowers, open spaces, classical architecture and more than 300,000 people who are buried or remembered there, from much-loved members of ordinary Bristol families to those who changed the world or sacrificed their lives in war, it is a great place to visit. 
Jos said, ‘Four years ago, I was asked to become a trustee of the cemetery and to be honest, I jumped at the chance. Like many people in the area, I have fond memories of time spent wandering around, looking at the graves and enjoying the calm surroundings. When my son was small, we would go into the cemetery and have ‘adventures’ because at that time the place was unloved and quite neglected’
Jos and Andrew witnessed some of the anti-social behaviour firsthand on a tour of the site with cemetery staff. 
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