Growing Together After School 8th May 2017

Now the spring weather is here it's a great time to hang around after school, chat with friends and take part in the growing together project. On Monday the 8th of May you will be able to see the fabulous children’s art exhibition – designed to make the school environment more colourful.

Growing Together Saturday 13th May 2017

We know you’d like to create a greener Ashley Down, to encourage more wildlife and to get to know your neighbours better. Working with many local stakeholders the Living Room Project invites you to come and try some of the activities going on Arthur Milton Street on Saturday 13th.

Autumn Plans Afoot!

The Living Room project has lots of great ideas and plans that are taking shape for 2017. Read our post to find out more and get involved.

Residents Consultation April 2016

Living Room project is working with Sustainable Bishopston with these aims:

  • To work with stakeholders of Living Room to improve the social and physical surroundings of the area.
  • To create a public space that will improve the liveability of the neighbourhood and the wellbeing of its users.

We are keen to get your feedback about your thoughts on safety, wellbeing, biodiversity and green space in the area around Brunel Field School, City of Bristol College and Gloucestershire Country Cricket club, and will use your data to raise funds to develop plans to make these streets and spaces more liveable.

Click here to fill out the April 2016 Residents Consultation Questionnaire

We will be collecting the results towards the end of April and using them to support our applications for funding.

We have anecdotal information about the challenges of moving around this space but with data we can start to make some changes! Please pass this on to users/residents of the area. Thanks.

Welcome to the Living Room Project

Our aims are to work with stakeholders of Living Room Project to improve the social and physical surroundings of the area. To create a public space that will improve the liveability of the neighbourhood and the wellbeing of its users.