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published on 25th January 2022

New project set to increase community referrals in cycling and walking

Lady walking with a bike

Social prescribing, also called community referral, sees health professionals refer patients to local link workers to access a range of non-clinical services to help improve …

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published on 19th January 2022

South Gloucestershire community groups offered chance to try out e-bikes

Steve Reade on an e bike

The Council is launching an e-bike grant scheme where community groups can bid for funding to hire e-bikes for up to six months. The e-bikes, …

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published on 8th November 2021

Bristol City Council secures £42m of government funding for CAZ

Illustration of people waking cycling and driving e vehicles

A Clean Air Zone (CAZ) will launch next summer enabling Bristol to meet clean air targets in 2023 with £42 million of government funding available …

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published on 1st September 2021

Breathing easier as pollution reduces in Bath

Clean Air Zone road sign in Bath city centre

A report to be considered by cabinet on Thursday 9 September reveals that nitrogen dioxide (NO2) levels have dropped by more than 12% compared with the same quarter …

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published on 14th July 2021

Schools’ clean air poster competition winner announced

Schools’ clean air poster competition winner Bath

The colourful winning entry, designed by Lois, aged 8, urges people to ‘stop air pollution by walking or cycling through Bath’, which is a timely …

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published on 24th March 2021

Motorists advised to pre-plan journeys ahead of major road closure

Illustrative artwork of Cleveland Bridge road closure

The £3.8 million scheme is set to start in April, when scaffolding is erected, ahead of the bridge closing fully in May. It is expected …

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published on 26th February 2021

Bristol’s clean air plans approved by council

Illustration of people waking cycling and driving e vehicles

The CAZ is due to be implemented from October 2021. The council have chosen a ‘Small CAZ D’ which covers a small area of central …

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