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  Bishopston, Bristol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bishopston is an inner-suburb in north Bristol, England, situated on the Gloucester Road, the main northern arterial road in the city.
The parish of Bishopston was then created in July 1862 with a population of 1300 and expanding to 9140 in the Census 1901.
In the Census 2001 Bishopston registered a resident population of 11,996.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bishopston,_Bristol   (370 words)

Bristol has many famous personalities and former residents, ranging from engineers and scientists to sailors and explorers.
Isambard Kingdom Brunel came to Bristol to build the Clifton Suspension Bridge, and went on to be the engineer of the Great Western Railway and the designer of the SS Great Western.
Francis Greenway was an architect and convict who was transported to Australia in 1814 and subsequently built many of the early iconic buildings of the city of Sydney.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Bristol   (372 words)

 GENUKI: Genealogical research information about Bristol, Gloucestershire
Bristol is built on a number of eminences, and has a fine appearance.
Bristol returns 4 members to Parliament - 4 divisions, viz., West, North, East, and South, 1 member for each division; the parliamentary limits were extended in 1885 so as to include the local government districts of St George, Horfield, and Stapleton, and an additional part of the parish of Bedminster.
Bristol History.com has a number of short factual stories connected with the City of Bristol, and the area of Kingswood Forest.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/GLS/Bristol   (1581 words)

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Although many of Bristol's shattered buildings were subsequently repaired, other sites were completely cleared and various incongruous structures and inappropriate road systems constructed during the 1960's and 70's, a constant reminder of the destruction caused by the Luftwaffe.
HOBSON, Alma (58) of 31 Ringwood Crescent, Southmead, Bristol.
SHEARS, Louisa (65) of 74 Summermead, Bristol 3.
www.fishponds.freeuk.com /warmemor.htm   (11792 words)

 Sustrans Bristol (North) Bishopston   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Following Bristol City Council's successful bid to the DfT's personalised travel planning demonstration programme, Sustrans was commissioned by Bristol City Council to implement a TravelSmart pilot project in North Bristol.
As with the South Bristol project, the ITMs were undertaken jointly by Socialdata and Sustrans with support from Bristol City Council, First in Bristol and Life Cycle UK.
The ITM campaign in Bishopston resulted in substantial increases in walking, cycling and use of public transport, leading to relative reductions in car trips of 11%, and in car distances travelled of 13% (a net saving of 1.7 million car kilometres per year among the target population).
www.sustrans.org.uk /?sID=1095159249078   (295 words)

 About Bristol Suburbs - Bishopston - Gloucester Road
There was already a Post Office, described as being 'near Bishopston Church' and groups of houses were built as separate developments.
The Bristol Tramways garage was at the junction with Cheltenham Road.
In 1925 the official guide book boasted of the Bristol North Corporation Bathing Establishment being; 'a fine one' and having 'an aeration and filtration plant installed.' Now the future of the Baths is uncertain and may face closure for being out of date.
www.about-bristol.co.uk /bsh-02.asp   (451 words)

 Place names in and around Bristol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Present day Bristol is a conglomeration of the many villages and hamlets that used to surround the original city and have since been swallowed up by it.
At the time of the coming of the Romans, the population in the Bristol area - and over most of England - spoke a form of Brythonic (Welsh) - this population remained until the invasion of the Saxons who brought their Germanic language with them - English.
In 1904, Shirehampton, Westbury on Trym and part of Henbury were added to the City and County of Bristol after centuries as part of south Gloucestershire.
www.brisray.com /bristol/bnames.htm   (772 words)

 About Bristol Suburbs - Bishopston - Tyne Path
It is part of an old track which is supposed to be very ancientand to have led from Bristol to Horfield and beyond to Charlton Compton, Pilning and Aust.
Unfortunately the old documents of the diocese of Bristol, in regard to the Manor of Horfield were destroyed by fire at the time of the 1831 Riots.
There were however definitely a series of lanes which led via Tyne Path and the route of the later Tyne Road, across what became Berkeley and Egerton Roads and subsequently through to Bishop Road.
www.about-bristol.co.uk /bsh-05.asp   (208 words)

 Bristol Connect
Beefeater - There are several Beefeater pubs in Bristol, look at their site for details.
Bristol Eating features some of the best restaruants in the City Of Bristol and includes important information on their featured eateries.
Bristol Cuisine - Your Gateway to Eating out in the Beautiful City of Bristol.
www.bristolconnect.co.uk /eating   (878 words)

 Estate Agents in Bristol with property for sale. Bristol houses, homes and flats for sale.
For a quick and easy way to find suitable properties just click on the enquiry button at the bottom of this list and then complete one simple form, which we will email to all the estate agents you select, with ticks in the boxes.
Grovelands House, Woodlands, Bradley Stoke, Bristol, BS32 4JT.
Bristol Office, 28 The Mall, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 4DS.
www.ukpropertyshop.co.uk /s/Bristol/estate_agents_Bristol.shtml   (426 words)

 Kings Tennis Club, Bishopston, Bristol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Follow the link to calendar for details on booking courts and timetable of forthcoming events at the club.
Kings is a small, friendly tennis club in the heart of Bristol with loads of history.
Tennis has been played on the site since 1894 and the present club came into being with the merging of 3 clubs -Beresford, Elm Grove and Beaumont.
www.kings-tennis.co.uk   (192 words)

 Pubs, bars and inns in Bristol
Bristol Flyer, 96 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8BN
Pit Pony, 159 Easton Rd, Easton, Bristol, Bristol, Avon, BS5 0EX
The Bristol Comedy Pub, 117-119 Stokes Croft, Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3RW
somewherenear.com /static1BS.htm   (993 words)

 Bristol Estate Agents - UK Business Directory Listings brought to you by Near.co.uk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Address: 129 Gloucester Rd, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8AX
Address: 94 Gloucester Rd, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8BN
View thousands of properties for sale or rent across London and the South, including Bristol.
www.near.co.uk /bristol-estate-agents/223   (101 words)

 Bristol Restaurants
Bristol Road, Farrington Gurney, Bristol, Avon, BS39 6TQ
The Brass Mill, Avon Mill Lane, Keynsham, Bristol, Avon, BS31 2UG
Axis, 4 Woodlands, Bradley Stoke, Bristol, Avon, BS32 4JT
www.1st-hotels-bristol.co.uk /restaurants   (1083 words)

 Bristol Estate Agents listing Property for sale in Bristol
24 Canford Lane, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, Avon, BS9 3DH
Fishponds Road, Fishponds, Frome Vale, Bristol, Avon, BS16 3UA
Ferndene, Bradley Stoke, Bradley Stoke Bowsland, Bristol, Avon, BS32 9DF
www.estate-agents-in-bristol.co.uk   (1466 words)

 William Slim, 1st Viscount Slim of Yarralumla and Bishopston --¬† Encyclop√¶dia Britannica
Slim, William (Joseph), 1st Viscount Slim of Yarralumla and Bishopston
Slim, William, 1st Viscount Slim of Yarralumla and Bishopston.
More results on "William Slim, 1st Viscount Slim of Yarralumla and Bishopston" when you join.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9068199   (758 words)

 The Mystery Worshipper: Church of the Good Shepherd, Bishopston, Bristol, England
The church: Church of the Good Shepherd, Bishopston, Bristol, England.
The church: The parish is united with St Bartholomew's and St Michael's church parishes to form the Bishopston parish.
It is a friendly, very much local church, as opposed to trendy gathered congregations which seem to draw people away from their communities.
www.ship-of-fools.com /Mystery/2001/413Mystery.html   (834 words)

 Somewherenear Categories in Bristol
Bristol Youth Hostel, 14 Narrow Quay, Bristol, Somerset, BS1 4QA
Natraj Nepalese, 185 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8BG
Showcase Cinemas (Bristol), Avon Mead, St Phillips Causeway, Bristol, Avon, BS2 0SP
somewherenear.com /staticBS.htm   (1773 words)

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Polygon Counselling & Homoeopathy Clinic, 1 The Polygon, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 4PW,
Bristol Natural Health Services, 310 Gloucester Road, Horfield, Bristol, BS7 8TJ,
Flat 6, 35 Durdham Park, Redland, Bristol, BS6 6XF
homoeopathynet.com /bristol_uk.html   (168 words)

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Books for Amnesty Bristol opened several years ago, and since then, thanks to the hard work of an enthusiastic team of volunteers, and to the generosity of the people of Bristol in donating books, it has gone from strength to strength.
We are now an established part of the Bishopston scene, known as one of the best (and friendliest!) bookshops in the West of England.
As well as a huge and ever-changing stock of good quality secondhand books, we also sell sheet music, CD's, records and videos, together with Amnesty goods, such as T-shirts, diaries, calendars, mugs, cards and candles.
www.booksforamnestybristol.org.uk /index2.html   (200 words)

 Organic Baby Products - Natural Baby Products: Shop Locations
If you are in the area do drop by and visit us - the number there is 0207 249 5069.
BORN has 2 other shops in the South West of England - in Bristol and Bath.
If you have the opportunity to visit one of our shops you will receive a warm welcome and an excellent level of service.
www.borndirect.com /info.php?pageid=107&parentid=76&homeid=4   (235 words)

 Bristol Taxis and Minicabs, Bristol taxi or minicab advertising
Bristol Taxis and Minicabs, Bristol taxi or minicab advertising
We advertise Taxis and Minicabs based in Bristol, Bristol (BS1).
You can get the telephone number, email and other contact details of a taxi or minicab serving Bristol, Bristol (BS1) here.
taxi.uk.cabnumbers.com /bristol.html   (312 words)

 Chemist Bristol - UK Business Directory Listings brought to you by Near.co.uk
Address: 23-25 Gloucester Rd, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8AA
Address: 47-49 Gloucester Rd, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8AD
Address: 291 Gloucester Rd, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8NY
www.near.co.uk /chemist-bristol/223   (129 words)

 Jim's Cycle Rides
Bishopston - Horfield - HP - Frenchay - Bromley Heath - Vinny Green - Emerson's Green - Bristol/Bath Railway Path - Bath - Bristol/Bath Railway Path - Easton - St Pauls - Bishopston
Bishopston - Horfield - HP - Frenchay - Bromley Heath - Vinny Green - Emerson's Green - Bristol/Bath Railway Path - Oldland Common - Wick - Doynton - Dyrham - Pucklechurch - Lyde Green - Emerson's Green - Bromley Heath - Frenchay - HP - Lockleaze - Horfield - Bishopston
Bishopston - St Pauls - Bristol/Bath Railway Path - Oldland Common - Upton Chaney - Wick - Doynton - Pucklechurch - Lyde Green - Henfield - Kendleshire - Bromley Heath - HP - Lockleaze - Horfield - Bishopston
www.magwag.plus.com /jim/cycle-rides.html   (2391 words)

 Indian Restaurants in Bristol,Avon
St Mary Centre, St Mary Street, Thornbury, Bristol, Avon, BS35 2AB
216 Cheltenam Road, Bishopston, Bristol, Avon, BS6 5QU
Clarence House, High Street, Portishead, Bristol, Avon, BS20 6PY
www.tandoori.co.uk /avon/bristol.htm   (219 words)

 Let property through letting agents in Bishopston
Owners - Let your property through local letting agents in Bishopston.
Contact Bishopston letting agents and request a valuation or appraisal of your property, which most firms will carry out free of charge.
Click and tick the box next to each of those you wish to contact, then click on the button at the bottom of the list.
www.ukpropertyshop.co.uk /o/Bristol/letting_agents_Bishopston.shtml   (97 words)

 Alex Fraser Landscape Architecture - Garden in Bishopston - Bristol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Alex Fraser Landscape Architecture - Garden in Bishopston - Bristol
This garden design has been created with the client’s children uppermost in mind.
The New England-style garden room forms the focal point of the garden and there are spaces for play equipment, miniature wood, barbecue and ball games.
www.afla.co.uk /gardens3.html   (48 words)

 Property to Let Bristol
Swimming - Bristol North Swimming Pool, 98 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol
Theatres - Bristol Hippodrome, St Augustine Parade, Bristol
Nightclub - Evolution, The Waterfront, Canons Road, Bristol
www.crldirect.co.uk /branches/sports.asp?id=1   (103 words)

 Basca House - Bristol - Basca House Reviews - TripAdvisor
Be the first to write a user review and tell others about your experience!
Find out about other Bristol hotels, or check out Bristol hotel deals!
Explore our site to find travel information and unbiased reviews on Bristol tourism, attractions, maps and much more.
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