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7. Charity sculpture sabotaged 10. Your garden in July 12. Time to heat up the Barbecue 14.Whats in store for you in July 16. Whats on! 20. Your neighborhood police team 24. Councillors Surgery 29. Movies in July at your local Cineworld 30.Competiion page

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Sadly this is just the latest but most severe act of vandalism within the reserve. Information boards are regularly graffitied and fencing around the pond routinely smashed, on top of persistent littering. About the owl The sculpture was installed after winning funding from the Tesco Bags of Help charitable scheme. Funding was awarded to the Friends Group of the reserve to have the owl created and installed, representing the beauty of the many and varied species of wildlife within this unique reserve. Many readers will have voted for this project in Tesco stores throughout South Bristol last September and October. This is a tragedy for all who supported this project, and enjoyed the beautiful sculpture that had become a landmark within this oasis of nature within the residential surrounds of Knowle and Brislington.

Charity-funded sculpture in local nature reserve sabotaged in mindless attack. What happened The much-loved, hand-carved wooden owl sculpture that had only recently been installed in Callington Road’s Local Nature Reserve has been badly damaged by vandals. The sculpture of a barn owl, measuring over 6 feet in height and made of solid oak, was ripped from its foundation and dumped in the wildlife pond on Thursday night. This was no small undertaking – the owl was fixed in place by steel rods sunk into reinforced concrete. The perpetrators also had to smash sections of the pond perimeter fence to be able to throw it in. On Friday morning, the ransacked owl cut a very sad figure, half submerged in the pond weed. Until last week it had sat proudly in the centre of the reserve, quietly watching over the wildlife, and the many dog walkers and families who enjoy the tranquillity of a nature reserve within the heart of their south Bristol community.

Action Local residents have been outraged by what has happened. The Friends Group have launched a fundraiser to repair the owl and have him reinstated. Readers can help bring him back to his former glory, and make him safe for all of us to enjoy, once again. www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/friendsgroup-callingtonroadlocalnaturereserve Police are investigating this crime and so anyone with any information is being asked to call the non-emergency police line 101 and quote crime reference number 5219127674. About the Reserve Callington Road Local Nature Reserve sits between Knowle and Brislington, and is a hidden gem of nature within an otherwise busy residential area. The reserve is home to many diverse species of animals, trees and wildflowers, with foxes, newts, slow worms, deer and of course owls, a regular sight. It is open to members of the public to enjoy with a maintained footpath and wildlife pond. The Friends of Callington Road Local Nature Reserve is a group of local volunteers who work hard to ensure it remains a protected reserve. They organise events throughout the year and were the driving force behind the owl sculpture. More details on the Friends group can be found here: www.facebook.com/ groups/1031156246932735

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Fling the doors open to the garden and head outside! Summer is here and what better way to spend your free time than being outside and enjoying your beautiful flower filled garden. Keep plants looking good by regularly deadheading and you’ll enjoy a longer display of bloom. Make sure you keep new plants well hydrated to get them through those long, hot days and hoe off those pesky weeds, which can thrive in the sunshine. Although this still can be a busy time in the garden, don’t forget to find the time to sit back and relax so that you can enjoy all the hard work you’ve put in to achieve your beautiful display.

The essential gardening jobs for July FEED, WEED, AND DEADHEAD Adding a liquid feed to your weekly watering regime will give a much needed boost to hanging baskets, container and borders helping them to produce more flowers and, in some cases encouraging a second flourish of flowers late in the season. Bedding plants, roses and many other perennials will also benefit from regular deadheading.

With Hanging baskets a bit of common sense goes a long way. Try lifting a container or basket. Does if feel light or under watered? How does the compost look? Is it pale and shrunken away from the sides? Dig into the compost with your fingers. Does it feel dry? It should be moist but not dripping wet. During prolonged dry spells, water at least once a day.

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Recipe: Rice and mixed bean salad Serves 4 Ready in 25 minutes Ingredients: 250g dried basmati and wild rice 400g can mixed beans, drained and rinsed 400g can chickpeas, drained and rinsed 8 spring onions, finely sliced 2 tomatoes, roughly chopped 1 red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped Large handful of fresh coriander, finely chopped Juice of 2 large lemons, plus wedges to serve 100g reduced-fat feta Method Cook the rice according to the packet instructions, adding the mixed beans and chickpeas for the final 2 minutes. Drain and transfer to a large bowl. Add the spring onions, tomatoes, chilli and coriander and stir well. Drizzle the lemon juice, crumble over the feta and season to taste. Cool, cover and chill until you’re ready to eat. Serve with lemon wedges.


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WHAT DOES JULY HOLD FOR YOU? January Communication is the prominent thing for you this month.Try and keep your opinions and strong ideas to a minimum, to avoid conflict. With good communication could help achieve more positive Outcome. Keywords. Communication and patience February It looks as though you may be thinking of studying or researching something. This could have a strong impact and you will need to keep balance in your life, not neglect yourself, or your loved ones around you.There may be some obstacles in your path, they should only be temporary. Keywords. Balance and harmony March Follow your intuition and gut instinct, and try to Be aware of others feelings as someone around you may be feeling a bit delicate emotionally. Some understanding and support could be what they need. Keywords. Sensitivity and caring. April There could be a hold-up in some project or plan. Don’t let it get you down, try and seek balance in your life at this time. Sociability and harmony are important to you, try not to let this sidetrack you from things you need to do. Keywords. Focus and balance May Something or someone that you feel passionate about will be significant this month. Try not to be too stubborn or obstinate as this could cause you unnecessary disharmony. Whatever happens this could be bringing you some changes and opportunities. Keywords. Flexibility and change June You may have been indecisive recently, time to bring balance back into your life. Those close to you are ready to help you. Your energy may have felt low recently, this should begin to improve, if you can be more sensitive to your needs, and more flexible. Keywords. Balance, energy and flexibility July There may be something you will need to look into, for either study or research. Although this is your birth month, try and keep your feet on the ground and not be led astray. It should be a relaxed time, but also remember not be too demanding, and try to be sensitive to other’s needs. Keywords. Learning, and sensitivity

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August This could be time for clearing things both emotionally and on the practical levels. Romance and relationships are prominent this month, so enjoy the social life. Something may need you to make a decision, it could be something that has been put off for a while. Keywords. Sociability and decisions. September It seems there are some decisions to be made. And you may have sense of some things being held up. Don’t let things entangle you emotionally, as this will not help to keep a clear mind. It may help to clear some things on the physical level, and try and keep the mind quiet and focused. Keywords. Calm and clarity. October When you are aware of your own inner wisdom and guidance, you don’t always listen. It would seem that you should pay attention to your inner wisdom at this time. As it does seem there is a decision or situation that will have to be dealt with. Keywords. Listen and action November You may have been busy recently, now is good time to try and slow things down a little .If you can take some time and let your emotions and mind have time to unwind. You may feel it’s time to clear either situation, or things that need sorting in a practical way. You may feel you are not achieving your goals. A calm mind may help with this. Keywords. Clearing and calmness. December Your social life could be busy this month. A few things look to change for you, so be prepared. Could be a time for reflection and from this some study or research or new interests or hobbies, may come from this. Keywords. Sociability and changes

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Councillors Surgery Its July already and the summer solstice was a warm one , but it has not been very warm lately, which may be good news (or not?) for a local Company called Bristol Energy.

Who is Bristol Energy I hear some of you ask? Well as Bristol taxpayers you should know, Bristol Energy is a company that was set up by Bristol City Council to sell electricity and gas to the Bristol public and beyond. But you guessed it, since its creation in 2015 it has lost money; recently the Labour Mayor and his cabinet decided to inject another £8 million pounds into this ailing energy company and appoint a new boss with a salary of £150k (no Labour austerity there then!). So why are Bristol City Council involved in a venture that already has a lot of very big players in it, EON, British Gas and SSE as well as some new very big entrants such as the oil company Shell. The answer lies in the lack of government grant that all local authorities now receive from central government. In simple terms there are only 3 main ways that local councils like Bristol can raise money to spend on services, the first is taxation, the second is fees and charges and the third is through making investments. Before the 2008 world banking crisis, local councils received a grant from central government which was topped up by the council tax we all pay locally. But since then the grant has been dramatically cut by the government as it tries to reduce the massive national financial deficit, a report by the national audit has revealed that Bristol has received over a third less in government grant in recent years. This has produced a massive hole in the council’s finances and has led to steep council tax rises and of course cuts to services to balance the books. The second way of raising revenue is through fees and charges and the can cover anything from car parking charges to dock mooring fees. The final part of the jigsaw is to invest in projects or business ventures in the hope of realizing a return (ie; profit) to put back into council services.

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The traditional way of investing was in property, Bristol for example brought property in Portishead High Street, amongst other places to garner a return for the Bristol taxpayers. A lot of councils are buying out of town retail parks as part of their investment strategy, which to me in the current retail climate seems a very big gamble. Bristol on the other hand decided to invest in creating Bristol Energy, I suspect that at the start it may have seemed an attractive proposition to create a new energy provider on the back of Bristol being declared European Green Capital. Sadly, the experience has not been a good one, instead of providing the strapped cash council with a much needed income stream it has instead become a major drain on its resources. So where do you go from here?

Do we pulled the plug on Bristol Energy? Do we seek a buyer for it? Or do we as taxpayers keep investing in it in the hope that it comes right in the end? Who knows, certainly the majority of councillors do not, because as with most things under this Mayoral system we are kept in the dark (who turned those lights out?). In the old days a council committee would have received a report, which members from all parties would have seen and they would have looked at the options. The system was not prefect but at least there was better accountability, under the current system, failure and poor management can be hidden from public view, under the guise of ‘commercial sensitivity.’ In my view two things need to happen, firstly the Government must provide local councils with a better grant settlement as services across the country are at breaking point. Secondly, the Mayor and his Labour colleagues should have an honest and open discussion with opposition councillors on the way forward for Bristol Energy. It will be interesting to see which of those two things happens first.

Article by Jos Clark Liberal Democrats


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The month of July sees the summer movie season get well underway at your local Cineworld, with everything from technologically staggering Disney remakes to comedic zombie romps ready for you to witness. There’s something for everybody hitting the big screen, so let’s dive in. First up, Spidey swings his way back into an Avengers-less world as part of Spider-Man: Far From Home on July 2nd. The superhero sequel sees Peter Parker and his group of friends alive and unsnapped, this time visiting a host of European capital cities as part of a school trip. It isn’t long before Spider-Man’s web-swinging efforts are needed again, however, teaming up with Nick Fury to take down the otherworldly Elementals running rampant.

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Then, on July 12th, it’s back-to-back laughs in the form of deadpan Zom-Com The Dead Don’t Die and R-rated action comedy Stuber. The former will have you belly aching with laughter at the efforts of a local police force taking on the zombie hordes, while the Dave Bautista/Kumail Nanjiani team-up sees a lowly Uber driver and police detective hilariously on the trail of a terrorist. Finally, it’s what Disney fanatics have been waiting for. Jon Favreau’s The Lion King sees the return of James Earl Jones as Mufasa, welcoming newcomers Donald Glover, Beyoncé and Seth Rogen as Simba, Nala and Pumba respectively. Can you feel the love tonight? You will when it releases this July 19th. The fun doesn’t stop there as Cineworld Bristol and Direct Local Magazine are giving readers a chance to win 2 free cinema tickets. Simply fill out the next page word search. Grab your popcorn and settle in with these great movies coming to Cineworld in July.

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Cineworld Competition Stuber Lion King Spider Man Dead Zombie Superhero Mysterio Peter Parker Villain Ravaged Mufasa Repercussion

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Councillors Corner

We all know that getting around Bristol can be a nightmare. Any unusual incident (a popular concert at Ashton Gate Stadium, an annual festival, new roadworks, an accident), can cause a snarl-up of traffic and queues which can double or triple journey time. Moreover, as many of our constituents report, asthma and other respiratory problems increase as we are constantly exposed to fumes building up from idling car engines. So how can we combat the congestion and pollution we all deplore in our city? A better, affordable, more reliable public transport system has to be the answer. On Sunday 9 June 2019, Harriet attended a lively event organised by the Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways (FOSBR), which had been organised to launch a petition to make the service to Avonmouth run more frequently. The Bishopston Ukele band played train-themed songs (Runaway Train, Chattanooga Choo-choo) and much fun was had by all. But the message was deadly serious – we must invest in public transport and hold it as one of our highest priorities. The new infrastructure plan of the West of England Combined Authorities (WECA) includes developing rail links across the region, such as the Portishead Line, and the adding in of closed stations such as that in St Anne’s. Bus services also fall into the remit of WECA.

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We know South Bristol and especially Brislington and St Anne’s are not very well served by bus services. The current model employed by the private companies such as First Bus calls for each route to be economically self-sustaining which does not serve the needs of our communities throughout the city. Only a publicly owned bus service will allow the principle of cross-subsidising and ensure that every resident can access public transport. The recent declaration by the First group that it is selling off its bus services opens up the chance of restoring them to public control - and more buses along more routes. Labour has recently announced its plans for a Green New Deal which we as councillors are signed up to. If you share the vision of frequent buses and trains powered by biofuels and clean sources of electricity, please consider writing to your MP and to the Metro Mayor, Tim Bowles, demanding swift action on public transport. We must challenge the twin scourges of traffic congestion and air pollution. Picture taken from Labour’s Green New Deal https://www.labourgnd.uk/

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Is My Will Valid? Clients often ask: ‘How do I know if my Will is valid?’; ‘How long does my Will stay valid for?’ and; ‘Can I make any changes to my Will?’ This article will address these questions as well as some rumours that have done the rounds regarding the validity of Wills. ‘How do I know my Will is valid?’ As soon as your Will has been signed correctly it becomes a valid legal document. You must also have two witnesses present with you as you sign the Will. Your witnesses can be anybody you like, but they cannot be beneficiaries or be married to or is a civil partner of a beneficiary otherwise they would not be entitled to gain anything from the estate. ‘How long does my Will stay valid for?’ We have heard reports of people in certain professions such as teachers being contacted to tell them that the law has changed thus invalidating their Will. Another rumour is that after 3 years have passed a Will is no longer valid, however this is simply not the case as there are no time limits placed on Wills. Once it is signed it becomes a valid legal document and will stand until you either write a new one or destroy it. It is worth bearing in mind that marriage revokes a Will unless the Will says otherwise.

Can I make any changes to my Will?’ It is advisable to review and update your Will periodically, usually every 3-5 years, especially if there are any changes in your personal circumstances such as marriage/divorce or the birth of any children/ grand children that you’d like to provide for. If you think your Will needs changing or updating in any way, we strongly advise against making any amendments yourself. Please do not write on, or pin/ clip anything to your Will as this can often lead to questions around your intentions and may also not be legally valid. It may also lead someone to believe your Will has been tampered with which could bring about a claim on your estate after you have passed potentially causing a lot of heartache for your family and unnecessary expense. If you need to make any changes, small additions can be made by way of a codicil however it’s advisable to instead have an entirely new Will written to avoid any uncertainty. I offer a completely free Will review, which will tell you whether changes are indeed necessary and if so, how best to make them. If you do not yet have a Will, or would like to talk over an existing Will, please call me direct on either 07990 735494 or 01173 343033. If you prefer, we can arrange a convenient time for me to pop round and we can chat through your situation over a coffee.

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The simple way to avoid any such difficulties and ensure all of the Company statutory paperwork is completed, is use a third party Registered Office such as an accountant. This way the possibility of any such bailiff action to your personal and private property is eliminated. TSA Chartered Certified Accountants are the Registered Office for multiple companies providing a mailing address for Companies House documentation, looking after and processing statutory returns as required, and providing that all important buffer between Directors and government agencies.

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