Category Archives: Hillfields

Saturday night at the movies

Two new films about the Railway Path here. Both, in their own way, are far more representative of the traditional left than unwashed hippy “Green Protestors” the Cancer would have you believe. One features Labour’s prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Bristol … Continue reading

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Well informed councillor of the week

Step forward Labour’s Noreen Daniels, councillor for the Hillfields Ward of the city. In her favour, Noreen’s the only councillor so far known to have responded to any correspondence from the public regarding her party’s plan to turn the Bristol … Continue reading

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Housing: Crisis? What Crisis?

Compare and contrast: Bristol Evening Cancer Friday 5 October 2007 “I’ve got a friend who has three children living in a one-bedroom council flat. She’s been waiting for a new property for months but can only watch as more Somali’s … Continue reading

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Election stuff to make you raise an eyebrow

Some eyebrow raising in Hillfields at present as the Labour candidate, Martin Golding puts out a leaflet assuring the electorate he “lives locally”. Shame his nomination papers list his address as upmarket Westbury-on-Trym on the other side of town then. … Continue reading

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