Greta Thunberg made waves in Bristol on the 28th Feb 2020 by appearing at the Bristol Youth Strike 4 Climate Rally, which started out at College Green. After making a speech, she led a march around the city, as accompanied by thousands of supporters and climate activists. Continue reading “Greta Thunberg in Bristol”
Bristol’s Diesel Car Ban Explained
Since the ‘Dieselgate’ emissions scandal of 2015 diesel vehicles have been increasingly demonised on UK roads. Sales of new diesel cars have slumped, even though vehicles that meet the latest Euro 6 standards are much cleaner than earlier models and cleaner than some petrol cars.
8 Activities to do with your Newborn in Bristol this Christmas
Having a newborn is a very special experience and you’ll probably want to spend lots of time at home at first, especially in the chilly winter weather around Christmas time. However, being out of the house sometimes is important, as it gives you a breather from being in the same environment all the time and stops cabin fever setting in. It’s also an opportunity to catch up with friends, meet new people going through the same experience and introduce your little one to the big wide world.
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All about Bristol’s Commercial Heat Network
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The good people of Bristol have been striving for a greener environment for at least fifty years. Little wonder then that the city’s coronation as European Green Capital in 2015 was cause for a good deal of well-deserved celebration.
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Bristol Developments Roundup 2019
There’s plenty going on in Bristol’s development and building landscape and cranes are being spotted all over the city as a result. The area is changing dramatically, with major associated works on surrounding roads as well as local infrastructure. There are nearly 3,000 new homes set to be delivered in the current fiscal year.
A Guide to Project Management Courses
As the Canadian academic Henry Mintzberg once said, “Management is, above all, a practice where art, science and craft meet”. This is undeniably true in the project management discipline. Controlling budget, content and time while responding to events from inside and outside the team requires a broad set of skills.
How to Draft Brand Style Guidelines
In many ways, a brand identity is akin to your own personal identity. It is what makes your business different from your competition. Shaping a strong brand identity is essential to success in the hyper-competitive modern marketplaces we see today. It plays an integral role in the process of building valuable relationships with your ideal audience.
Starting a Business in Bristol
Bristol is in many ways the perfect place to start a business. A thriving and vibrant city, Bristol has already attracted a large number of exciting startups to make it their base.
A Roundup of Bristol Co-Working Spaces
Co-working spaces can help you grow a start-up business and maximise productivity. The vibrant city of Bristol has plenty of quality co-working options to choose from.
Whether you’re looking to surround yourself with a positive workplace culture and community or simply seeking inspiration away from home, there’s a co-working space in Bristol that will suit your needs perfectly.
An Overview of Bristol’s Broadband
Bristol is a city of innovation, technology and science. It is one of the most important digital hubs in the UK, and it was named one of Europe’s top 10 cities for technology in 2018. Is it, therefore, any surprise that a fast business broadband network is absolutely essential in the city?
In this article, we’ll take a look at the broadband situation in Bristol, including average speeds, providers and why it is so important to the city’s future.