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Northern Slopes Initiative
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Love Parks
An initiative of Keep Britian Tidy - which provides an interface with Parks and Open Spaces across the UK. Includes information about parks, open spaces, events, resources, case studies, photos etc.

Titterstone Clee Hill Heritage Trust
The Trust is working to conserve and enhance; and make better known the unique nature of Titterstone Clee Hill, Shropshire. They are also working towards setting up a visitors/education centre.

In case you are wondering why a group in Shropshire should be included on a website in Bristol - we were amazed to find out from the group that they have two woodlands in their area - one named Knowle Wood - and the other Novers Wood; and an area called The Novers. They were trying to find out where the name Novers comes from - the NSI didn't know, so if any one knows, please contact both organisations.
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Avon Wildlife Trust:
Local charity working for people and wildlife.

Bristol City Council, Parks Department:
This is our local authority who own most of the slopes. Through their parks Department the Council provides much of the maintenance and improvements on the slopes.

Bristol Community FM - Shepherds Way:
Radio broadcast on 93.2FM on Weds at 7pm or the BCFM website. Its about local wildlife issues and seeks to get people involved in looking after the wildlife around them.

Bristol Nature Network
Bristol's young people taking action for nature. A community of young people aged between 18 - 30 (ish) who take action for nature, share ideas, develop skills and have fun! They run various events in Bristol.
Twitter: @BrisNatureNet

Bristol Parks Forum:
The organisation representing community park and open spaces groups within the Bristol City Council area. Website has links to groups across the Bristol area. On the front page - there are links to other parks and park groups across Bristol.

Volunteering Matters:
Volunteering Matters in the Avon area coordinate and carry out community projects which allow all types of people to get involved. They have worked on the Slopes, especially in relation to the Doorstep Green.

Friends of Old Sneed Park
This Nature Reserve is a secluded piece of countryside, a wildlife haven, in Sneyd Park, Stoke Bishop , Bristol, within three miles of the city centre.

Friends of St Andrews Park:
Based in St Andrews in north Central Bristol. A group for anyone that uses this beautiful park which is an asset for local people and those who travel from further away to enjoy.

Friends of Baddocks Wood:
Community group working in wooded area between Westbury on Trym and Southmead in North Bristol.

Friends of Stoke Park
Group looking after the large green space around Stoke Park next to the M32 in North Bristol

Friends of Troopers Hill:
Community group looking after Troopers Hill Local Nature Reserve, in St George, Bristol with the City Council.
Twitter: @TroopersHill

Kings Weston Action Group
The Group was set up to protect the nationally historic buildings and landscape of the Kings Weston estate in Shirehampton.
Twitter: @KWActionGroup

Narroways Millennium Green Trust:
Charity looking after community land in St Werburghs, Bristol with the City Council.

Parkhive App for Apple and Android phones
Download an App which gives you information about all the green spaces in Bristol - whether close to your location now - or by map or list. Also allows you to send pictures of green spaces to be put on to the App.

Trust for Conservation Volunteers:
The Trust for Conservation Volunteers (previously BTCV) in the Avon area co-ordinate and carry out environmental conservation which allow all types of people to get involved. TCV have worked on the Slopes a number of times.
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Bramble Farm:
A small holding with animals on the Bommie. Originally part of Channel Four's Riverside Cottage urban growing experiment.

Community of Perrett's Park:
A community group supporting and promoting Perrett's Park. Sylvia Avenue, in Knowle, south Bristol.

Filwood Community Centre
A community centre based in Filwood Broadway.

Friends of Brislington Brook:
A group caring for the hidden gems of St Anne's Wood, Nightingale Valley and Brislington Brook, in Brislington.
They hold an annual "St Anne's day Pageant and Festival" on the Saturday closest to 26th July.

Friends of Callington Road Nature Reserve:
Oversees the Reserve and monitors, protect, preserves and enhances the extensive wildlife on the site for the benefit of present and future generations.

Friends of Redcatch Park:
Group of local volunteers working in partnership with Bristol City Council Parks department to improve the award winning green open space of Redcatch Park in Knowle, South Bristol.

Glyn Vale Facebook page:
Facebook page set up for those who live in Glyn Vale. A chance to share news and information with neighbours.

Knowle West Health Park:
Local medical and health hub, with crèche, playground, fitness trial as well as activities/groups to help people of all ages live healthier lives. The Park provides high quality services which help to prevent illness, recovery after medical treatment and promote general good health.

Knowle West Media Centre (KWMC):
Twitter: @knowlewestmedia
Knowle West Media Centre (KWMC) works with the community to develop the creative, educational and social potential of people within the surrounding area. It produces high-quality film, design and media work; provides exciting experiences for young people and runs a diverse programme of arts activities, including exhibitions, events, talks and screenings.

Twitter - @LinkageBristol
In addition to walking events, Linkage coordinate activities for the over 55s including archery, bingo, walking football, table tennis, film club, dances, cycling, cooking, computing and woodworking.
Contact Cheryl Martin.; or 07530564332

Malago Valley Conservation Group:
Community group working in south west Bristol (Headley Park, Bedminster Down, Hartcliffe, Withywood and Bishopsworth) to improve and protect sites of value to the local community and wildlife.

Springfield Allotments - Knowle West Health Association
Works to provide opportunities for people to grow , cook and eat healthy food

The Park, Daventry Road:
The Park is a centre for community activity including learning, business, support services and leisure activities. It offers facilities to accommodate a wide range of ages and interests. The Park tries to offer something for everyone and everyone who uses the site is seen as equally important.

Totterdown Residents Environmental and Social Association CIC:
TRESA brings together residents in Totterdown, South Bristol with the aim of improving our local environment and providing a more vibrant cultural life.

Victoria Park Action Group:
People who are improving the facilities of, and encourage the community to use, Victoria Park in Windmill Hill. The Park is one of the largest in South Bristol with a variety of facilities.
Twitter: @vpagbristol

Windmill Hill City Farm
Is a charity that provides recreation, education and therapy using food, farming and the environment as a theme.

Windmill Hill - Junior Fun Run
Free, timed 2km run for 4 - 14 years olds every Sunday at 9am in Victoria Park.

Knowle West Knowledge:
The place for news about Knowle West