Under the current Labour administration, we have seen a dramatic cut in the council’s provision of public toilets citywide. There are now more former public toilets in Bristol than open public toilets. Central Ward has been disproportionately hit by this wave of cuts. In response to criticism of the scale of these cuts, Bristol City Council introduced the Community Toilets Scheme (CTS). This is a voluntary initiative for local businesses (namely bars and restaurants), to provide the public with access to their toilet facilities.
“Both Jos and Andrew are Brislington residents and are concerned about our environment.”
While everyone at the moment is rightly concerned with Covid, we are currently in a climate and ecological emergency and we want to understand the views of local residents on a range of local issues.
The environment is very close to our hearts, especially in Brislington where we both live, which is why we are:
Jos and Andrew wish everyone in Brislington West a very Happy New Year! Let’s hope 2021 is a much brighter year than 2020, which was very challenging for all of us. However, with a third national lockdown announced this week, we still have some way to go until we are out of the woods. Don’t forget, if you need any help during these difficult times, please contact us. Alternatively, you can call the We Are Bristol helpline on 0800 694 0184. Here’s a round-up of some of the work we’ve been doing over the festive period.