Controversial plans to ban activities in Bristol's parks like tree climbing and playing football 'in an annoying way' are being reviewed after a council vote was abandoned at the last minute.
Mayor George Ferguson pulled the item from tonight's meeting after admitting he'd 'dropped the ball' by failing to fully read the proposals which would have brought in fines of up to 5 hundred pounds.
Our Bristol Correspondent Richard Payne reports.
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