New Event Planners Guide Launched

Metro Mayor Dan Norris visited Bath’s Francis Hotel as a new guide for event planners was launched. The Mayor said: “I love the West of England. It is a vibrant and exciting region which is a great place to go on holiday or hold a business event. We’ve got wonderful places to visit and fabulousContinue reading “New Event Planners Guide Launched”

Tree-mendous plan launched

Metro Mayor Dan Norris gave his seal of approval at the official launch of the The launch of the “Forest Avon Plan: A Tree and Woodland Strategy for the West of England” alongside the West of England Nature Partnership, the Forest of Avon Trust and other local environmental groups. The plan has a target toContinue reading “Tree-mendous plan launched”

New minibuses for Community groups

Kingswood Community Transport, Green Community Travel in Yate and Four Towns and Vale Link Transport in Thornbury have received the keys to their brand new minibuses. West of England Mayor Dan Norris said: “I am so pleased to hand over the keys to three brilliant local groups who are at the heart of their communities:Continue reading “New minibuses for Community groups”

Mayor Norris paves the way for even better Keynsham high street

Mayor Norris donned his work boots and high viz jacket as he helped lay a paving slab in Keynsham High Street. The improvements to the high street are part of a £1.5 million investment by the West of England Combined Authority, led by Metro Mayor Dan Norris. Alongside footpath widening and resurfacing, better signage andContinue reading “Mayor Norris paves the way for even better Keynsham high street”

Charity Bike Biz Plans To Cash In On Bridgerton Boom

A Bath charity is launching a brand new e-bike scheme for tourists which will raise vital cash to reduce homelessness and tackle long-term unemployment. Thanks to a grant from the West of England Combined Authority, led by Metro Mayor Dan Norris, the Julian House Bike Workshop is investing in a fleet of e-bikes which theyContinue reading “Charity Bike Biz Plans To Cash In On Bridgerton Boom”