Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Forum Stapleton Road, Upper Easton, Russell Town, Newtown, Barton Hill, St Philips, Old Market, Lower Easton, Whitehall, Netham, Greenbank, Redfield, Redcliffe, Dings, St Judes, Goodpenny This Forum is organised by Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Management
Wednesday 23 May, 6.30pm to 8.30pm Hannah More Primary School, New Kingsley Road, BS2 0LT Go to main school entrance and there will be signs directing you to the room. Bus: No. 45 and 41 from centre to Old Market then short walk down Midland Road, no. 8 or 9 from centre to Temple Meads and short walk through Temple Quay. Car: car parking available at the school. Bike: secure racks outside the school.
AGENDA 6.30 Welcome and introduction (equal opportunities form) Agree notes of the meeting on 20 March.
6.35 ‘You said, we did’ – action sheets What’s happened to tackle problems reported by residents (refer to A3 action sheets)?
6.45 Neighbourhood Partnership update Penny Germon, Area Coordinator for Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Partnership 6.50 What is a Police Crime Commissioner (PCC)? Briefing from Avon and Somerset Police On Thursday 15 November residents will go to the polls to vote for a Police Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset Police. Will you know how to vote? The PCC will have the power to decide what the priorities are for local policing. Come to find out more about how this will change our police force and what difference you will see on the streets 7.00 The life of a magistrate Two volunteers from Bristol Magistrates Courts will talk to us about the work of the Magistrates Court. Hear from real life case studies relating to issues we all know well (anti social behaviour, prostitution, theft) – what are the powers and limitations of the magistrates? How does it fit into the justice service? A chance to ask questions and learn more about this important service 7.30 Waste and street cleansing ‐ May Gurney and Bristol City Council Do you have feedback about how things are on your street? Has it got better or worse since the last meeting? (Specific street issues can be raised in the market place) 7.45 Open mic/community announcements Your opportunity to raise important issues for the area and share news 8.00 Marketplace and funding briefing Report issues to the Council, police, neighbourhood management team and May Gurney Community First Fund and Wellbeing Fund briefing What you need to know about the process and how to make good applications 8.30 Close of meeting Next Forum: Thursday 12 July, 6.30pm to 8.30pm, Barton Hill Settlement, 43 Ducie Road, Barton Hill, BS5 0AX What’s important to you? We welcome your ideas and suggestions for the next agenda