The weekend of Feb 3-4.
Taking part is FREE and everyone is welcome, you can make a display in your windows of your flat, house, business, school, nursery, car, camper van or shop.
Please don’t feel intimidated! A ‘display’ could be as simple as a candle, book, fairy lights or image in a window. Or you could go all out and stage a performance in your front room or project onto your building! Simple or spectacular… It’s completely up to you. Anything goes… so long as it’s family friendly!
And SIGN UP so we can find you on the night
See this month’s Bishopston Voice for more info.
Bristol Waste are not sending round collection times leaflets this year so these are the collection times for the Chandos area. Other areas can be found at Collection Calendar.
Join your neighbours for carols, mince pies and milled cider. We will also be challenging your mince pie making skills in our Chandos Mince Pie Bake-Off.
Many thanks to all the residents and businesses that took part in our Pumpkin Carving Competition. Everyone had gone to a lot of effort and we were very impressed by the creativity and variety of the designs we saw.
The winner was 42 Kensington Road. The pumpkins were grown from scratch and there was added gruesomeness in the front garden. Well done! Your prize will be handed out soon.
Chandos Road Festival 2017 Feedback Questionnaire
We’d love to hear what you thought about this year’s Chandos Road Festival. We want to know what you liked and also what we can make better in future festivals. The survey should only take 5 minutes and your responses are completely anonymous.
You can only take the survey once, but you can edit your responses until the survey is closed on 08 Oct 2017.
Chandos Neighbourhood Association & Chandos Traders Association.
Now that has attracted your attention.
At Chums – leading up to and on the day of the Chandos Road Festival a chance to try 20 real ales and 10 ciders … and … stagger … home … when … the … last … act … finishes.