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« on: February 18, 2024, 23:06:08 »

The 2024 FoSBR» (Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways - site) Bristol Rail Campaign AGM (Annual General Meeting) will be held on  Friday 8th March 2024 7.15pm-9:15pm – the hall will be open from 7.00pm

The venue is Redland Quaker Meeting House, 126 Hampton Road, Bristol, BS6 6JE

This is a 10 minute walk from Clifton Down or Redland station. There are also frequent buses on Whiteladies Road; Apsley Road is the nearest stop.

Our main speaker will be James Willcock, Project Manager for MetroWest Phase 1

James and team will be updating us on the progress of the Portishead line programme, and other elements of MetroWest.

We will also be discussing why we now campaign as Bristol Rail Campaign, and whether Bristol Rail Campaign should be set up as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation.

Light refreshments will be provided.

The meeting is also open to non-members who are welcome to observe.  You can join, or renew your subscription, before the AGM starts. Please note that we are unable to accept contactless payment.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2024, 16:46:43 »

If any one is traveling by public transport or their own car,

its absolute chaos in and around Filton, Southmead Road due to white lining of the roads
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