To find out more about what APAG has done, please do have a look around the site. There are links to some of the events we've organised HERE
. It's great to see what a community can accomplish when it pulls together!
Although the group is now dormant, we still have a facebook page - please pop over to APAG
and say hello.
FIND THE UNEXPECTEDů.!
The Bristol South Skyline Walk
, (funded by Bristol Green Capital 2015) is an exciting new walking and running route for walkers, pram/buggy users and runners - which starts at Bristol Temple Meads.
The walk's details can be found here
- now complete and in use!
See pictures of the progress here
Community Garden - Archaeology
- a report by Ken Taylor
Memories of the Park
"My father use to be the groundsman for the park in the early 1950s where he met my mother. My mother was a seamstress for John lewis, they had their main sewing factory at Brislington, next to the bristol omnibus chassis building depot. My parents often told me that they met there during their lunch breaks and would often feed the sheep. My father said the sheep were so tame that they would often take food from your hand. They married in 1955 and I came on the scene in 1958: we all lived in the Southville area of Bristol.
My mother often took me and my sister to Arnos court park, she was expecting my brother back in January 1963 and slipped down in the snow, I was unable to assist my mother in getting back up but a kind gentleman helped her. I can always remember catching a double decker bus to get there, there were never any sheep then. We visited the park on many occasion and use to enjoy using the play equipment there, I think I can recall the park had a paddling pool there.
Sadly my father passed away in 1995 from heart disease and I lost my mother to septicemia October of this year. I would like to pay a visit to this park once again in the early part of the new year and if possible lay a floral tribute in their memory. The park has always held fond memories for me even in the depth of winter."
Part of Bristol City Council, TreeBristol was established to plant thousands of new trees in the city.
The Woodland Trust
National charity promoting woodlands and native trees.
Trees for Cities
National charity working with local communities on tree planting projects in urban areas
Trees for Cities