Metro mayor helps physiotherapy business move on up

A Bristol-based physiotherapy business showed off their new refitted studio to West of England Metro Mayor Dan Norris. The Metro Mayor visited Rise Performance and Wellbeing in Bristol. Rise specialises in physiotherapy for sports injuries and run group pilates and other exercise classes. They received a grant of nearly £6,000 from the West of EnglandContinue reading “Metro mayor helps physiotherapy business move on up”

Green Gillingstool pupils design brilliant posters

Environmentally concerned pupils from across South Gloucestershire told local politicians their ideas to tackle the climate emergency at Gillingstool Primary School. Gillingstool Primary School organised a special Schools Summit to coincide with COP 26. They were joined online by youngsters from Crossways Primary, Oldbury Primary and Olveston Primary. The pupils have been busy getting creativeContinue reading “Green Gillingstool pupils design brilliant posters”

Metro Mayor sees into the future

An innovative Bath-based software company showed West of England Metro Mayor Dan Norris a glimpse of the future. TekTowr has purchased two holographic pairs of glasses thanks to a grant of £5,500 from the West of England Combined Authority, led by Metro Mayor Dan Norris. Mayor Norris tried out the special holograph-glasses as he seesContinue reading “Metro Mayor sees into the future”

CHEERS! METRO MAYOR TOASTS NEW BOTTLES FOR BRISTOL BEER FANS

A Bristol-based brewery received a crafty visit from West of England Metro Mayor Dan Norris Dan Norris met brewer Bruce Gray in Left Handed Giant’s taproom. Here the Metro Mayor saw for himself how a cash injection from the West of England Combined Authority, which he leads, has helped the community owned brewery invest inContinue reading “CHEERS! METRO MAYOR TOASTS NEW BOTTLES FOR BRISTOL BEER FANS”

Remember, remember your pets on 5th November

Angel, the mayor’s dog and metro mayor Dan Norris are urging people to have a pet friendly Bonfire Night. This follows advice published by the Dogs Trust and the RSPCA on how people can keep their pets safe and calm.   Their figures show that almost 2/3rds of dogs become stressed when there are fireworks, asContinue reading “Remember, remember your pets on 5th November”