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Residents Parking

Residents parking came into force in Clifton Village in March 2015. In the year proceeding the introduction various activities took place as detailed on our RPS Clifton Village page

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Welcome to BID Clifton Village

supporting all businesses within the BID AreaMary Portas Bristol

Our aim is to promote and celebrate the unique character of Clifton Village.

Discover Clifton Website – is now live and growing. If you haven’t already added your business onto the Business Directory of the website, please do so.  We want to make the website as informative as possible by providing visitors with up to date information on all we have to offer.

Discover Clifton VillageDon’t forget you can also add News items, as well as any Offers that you are running.

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Clifton Village Map

BID Clifton Village launched the map of Clifton village in January, welcoming visitors to our unique village and providing a guide to the delights on offer.
The map invites visitors to discover the true Village experience - its shops, cafes / restaurants / bars, its beautiful gardens, landscape, architecture and attractions. The map highlights an array of activities to enjoy.

Click the image to view the map.

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Click to download (Map, Information page)

The Clifton Collective bee-friendly planters

Clifton Collective beesBrightening up Bristol and creating new habitats for bees and other pollinators, a series of new multi-tiered planters have been developed by dedicated locals to be placed at key locations across Clifton Village.

The impressive planter extends over several tiers and is full of bee houses, bee hotels and bee-friendly seasonal flowers and herbs. The planters have been hand built from reclaimed wood and designed especially for Clifton Village by Bristol carpenter Russell Henry from Hot Soup House.

Speaking about the Clifton Collective bee-friendly planters, BID Clifton Village Chairman, Andrew Morgan MBE, commented:

Bees“We hope these planters will raise awareness of the importance of bees and other pollinators to our ecosystem as well as brightening up Clifton Village and becoming permanent fixtures across our community.

As many pollinators such as bees and butterflies are in decline globally, with one of the main causes being the loss of habitat and flowers, this collective is an opportunity to look for ways to boost numbers and is in line with the National Pollinator Strategy.”

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