Bristol's first directly elected Mayor has spent his first day viewing work by local artists in Totterdown.
Ian Axton interviews candidates hoping to become Bristol's first elected mayor, and asks what they would do for the city.
15 people have come forward as candidates for Bristol's first elected mayor. 13 of them came before the cameras at the Council House today
George Ferguson's first Cabinet meeting will be held in South Bristol. It'll take place at The Park Centre in Knowle to try to open up local democratic decision-making.
The Mayor has promised to hold at least half of his monthly cabinet meetings in the community away from City Hall.
George Ferguson was today officially sworn in as the first elected Mayor of Bristol and soon after he was making policy changes. One of his first decisions was to scrap on-street parking charges on Sundays - introduced only three weeks ago.
He's also renamed the council headquarters City Hall - but with a growing budget deficit, there'll be much tougher decisions ahead. Watch our political correspondent Bob Constantine's report here.
Bristol's first elected mayor will be officially inaugurated this afternoon. George Ferguson will be sworn in during a ceremony at Temple Meads at two o'clock. Mr Ferguson beat the Labour candidate to second place in last Thursday's vote.
Bob Constantine reports on the race to become Bristol's first elected mayor. It was won by an independent candidate, local architect and champion of culture George Ferguson
Independent candidate George Ferguson has won the first ever Bristol Mayoral election. He beat off the challenge of Labour's Marvin Rees in the second round after also topping the first count. When second preference votes were declared, Mr Ferguson had won with 37,353 votes to Mr Rees' 31,259