CARY COMES HOME
11-12 October 2014
A festival celebrating Cary Grant's Bristol roots (he lived for a while in Picton Street and attended Fairfield School). Full details on the Cary Comes Home website.
Do you remember when WESTMORLAND HOUSE had windows?
CAG would like to hear from you
They are gathering stories for the Westmoreland House Oral and Visual History Project. You can read more on the stories page of the Carriageworks Action Group website.
Colston's expansion plans
Colston's Girls' School Trust have planning permission to expand their primary school capacity. The highway changes are to be decided separately by Bristol City Council.
You can receive a regular update on what is happening in and around Ashley Ward via email.
Just sign up to the eFOCUS Newsletter published by Jon Rogers - join the emailing list here.
Landscape & Garden
Marketing & PR
Training and tuition
Library opening times
Items for sale
Know your Place
The City Design Group at Bristol City Council has created a website that enables people to explore Montpelier through historic maps, images and linked information.
Books by Mary Wright
Montpelier - A Bristol Suburb is available from The History Press.
Blue Maids Orphanage is available from the City Museum Bookshop.
It tells the story of the orphanage that once was at the bottom of Ashley Hill.
MontpelierPages is designed, maintained and hosted by Caz Limited, just along Cobourg Road, Montpelier.