Following a public consultation Bristol's elected Mayor, George Ferguson, has announced his final budget.
Some streets in Bristol will be traffic free today as part of an experiment that could see cars banned on a regular basis next year.
Bristol Mayor George Ferguson has announced his new cabinet, which now features members from four political parties.
Today's #MakesSundaysSpecial includes hula hoop displays, buskers, jugglers, Big Act Children's Choir ......
The second Make Sundays Special kicks off at 11am. There's events on Baldwin Street, King Street, St Stephen's Street and Castle Park.
- Bristol Cycle Festival Carnivelo - Pimp your bike and join the carnival bike parade. Starts at Creative Common at 12pm, up Temple Way and into Make Sundays Special
- Hot Frilly Knickers - can can troupe, walkabout and workshops
- Tasters of shows at Colston Hall for Shakespeare Festival
- Hula Hooping - shows and lessons from Zoe Hoop Troop
- Saara Nelson - Tango performance and workshops
- West country boxing - boxing ring, taster sessions, meet boxing champion Lee Haskins and international trainer Chris Sanigar
- SARAID and Redpoint - bouldering wall
- Bomberdrome - Bicycle Wall of Death
- Swing Dance Bristol
- Rock Choir
Events take place from 11am to 4pm and roads will be closed from 9am until 6pm.
Buskers, jugglers, street dance, choirs.. soak up the atmosphere in the sun @ Make Sundays Special 21/7, 11-4pm http://t.co/VGxALqRqs0
Controversial plans to introduce residents' parking zones in Bristol have been scaled back. Mayor George Ferguson wanted to see 18 zones rolled out within the next 18 months.
But now reduced plans of 12 zones in central locations were approved by the City Council's Cabinet this evening, with the remaining 6 now subject to further review.
Controversial plans to introduce residents' parking zones in Bristol are expected to be scaled back. Mayor George Ferguson wanted to see 18 zones rolled out within the next 18 months.
But now reduced plans of 12 zones in central locations are set to be put before Bristol City Council's Cabinet this evening.
Even before the barriers had come down after the first of Bristol's Car Free Sundays, local pressure group Living Heart for Bristol were calling for the closures to become permanent, 7 days a week. Spokesman Steve Melia told us why.
Motorists in Bristol found their usual routes closed today as Mayor George Ferguson's experiment with car free Sundays began.
Called "Make Sundays Special" the plan involves closing some city centre roads to traffic once a month to allow pedestrians to roam freely and enjoy some street entertainment. Nigel Turner went along to have a look.