2nd March 07:00 Update – The SevernNet Buzz has been withdrawn today because of dangerous driving conditions. We are sorry the inconvenience this causes. We will provide an update if the situation changes. Please check Wessex Bus Twitter feed for updates. 1st March 21:00 Update – All services are definitely suspended until 06:00 tomorrow morning when conditions will be
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The Travel to Work Survey is an annual snapshot of travel across the SevernNet area … and the West of England. It’s important that as many businesses as possible from across this area sign up to participate. The results help inform investment in travel across the area. We would be very grateful if
Skills for Logistics (SfL) hosted February’s Business Breakfast, held on 15th February at The Bristol Port Company. Megan and David Coombes from SfL presented conclusions from their research of the Skills Needs and Challenges across the Avonmouth Severnside Enterprise Area (ASEA). Focused on the Logistics and Distribution Sector, the work has been undertaken in co-operation with
Date: Thursday 18th January, 7:30am – 9:00am Venue: The Bristol Port Company, St. Andrew’s House, Avonmouth, BS11 9DQ. Sims Metal Management (SMM) is hosting January’s Business Breakfast. James Norman and Dave Lee are looking forward to sharing Sims Metal Management’s plans for the future in Avonmouth. Book your place here.
The winter edition of ‘On Your Doorstep’ is now ready and will be delivered to every house and venue in Lawrence Weston from this weekend. You can view the online version here. If you’d like to contribute to future issues please email Laura Moreno at Ambition Lawrence Weston.
A distinctive new truck is collecting food waste and creating a buzz on the streets of Bristol. The Bio-Bee is the UK’s first vehicle to both collect and run on commercial food waste and is operated by GENeco, the renewable energy company based in Avonmouth. With Bristol among 40 places in the UK
Help us help you comply with the law in the West of England- your opinion matters! Local authorities in the West of England want to save you time and money, and make it quicker and easier for you to comply with the law. Local regulation takes many forms- it includes trading standards, environmental health, animal
Nov’s Business Breakfast is on Thursday 16th November 2017. Venue: The Bristol Port Company, St Andrew’s House, St Andrew’s Road, Avonmouth, Bristol BS11 9DQ Our Hosts: Professional Hygiene Ltd. There will also be lots of opportunities to network, and a 30 second slot to introduce yourself and your business to the room, together with refreshments and a light breakfast. Please register here. Business Breakfasts
October’s Business Breakfast was on Thursday 19th October 2017. The event was held in the stunning National Catering Equipment Centre which opened in September 2017 on St. Brendan’s Way (BS11 9HA). Zoe Joyner from Nisbets welcomed us to the building which is a showcase for Catering Equipment including Nisbets own brands. We were delighted that Cllr. Asher Craig (Bristol
There is increasing concern about the congestion on Avonmouth Way. If this is of interest, please join us for a discussion at Nisbets Canteen, Fourth Way on Weds 30th August at 15:00. We will be joined by representatives from Bristol City Council including Cllr. Mhairi Threlfall, Cabinet Member for Transport and one of