Bristol's Mayor announces his budget cuts

The Mayor needs to save £83 million over three years Photo: ITV News West Country

Following weeks of public consultation, Bristol's elected Mayor, George Ferguson, has announced his final budget. He needs to save £83 million over the next three years.

After much pressure from campaigners, public toilets will remain open, as will children's play areas and smaller museums. But the Mayor says the city council is about providing services, not jobs for people - and one thousand city council workers face redundancy. This report from our Bristol Correspondent Richard Payne.

Ian Axton & Kylie Pentelow spoke to Mayor George Feguson about his plans.