Local Information and resources
This website has been designed to provide what the Parish Council hope will be a valuable resource to find out more about what is happening within the Parish. As the site develops our aim is for it to become the local access point for information about the Parish Council and the services offered by the Local Authority.
We feel that it is a further resource for the community through improving communication, involving local people more in what is happening in Downend and Bromley Heath and engaging everyone in local issues by providing you with more information.
We also hope that the website is helping us to increase our communication links with the community. If you would like to advertise your event on the website, please contact the Parish Clerk via the ‘Contact Us’ button with details.
Have a look at the Neighbourhood Watch Stay Safe Guide – All the information you need to ‘stay safe’ in the community, or look at our local publication, Downend Voice, where the Parish Council has a regular article to keep you up-to-date with local issues and where we can consult with our community.
“To seek to improve the quality of life and the local environment for all the residents of Downend & Bromley Heath. To provide a voice for all the residents of the Parish through consultation and participation”
Monitoring and moderation
The Parish Council monitors all activity on our Facebook social media channel. We want you to have your say and we do not censor comments, even if they are critical of the Parish Council. However, we reserve the right to block anyone from posting on our pages who makes abusive, disruptive or offensive comments. Any content that does not meet our simple guidelines, set out below, will be removed without reference to the poster.
The rules are simple – posts and comments on our Facebook page should:
Be civil, tasteful and relevant – Not be unlawful, harassing, libellous, defamatory, abusive, threatening, harmful, obscene, profane or sexually or facially offensive – Not include content for which the poster does not own the copyright – Not repeat the same message, or very similar messages, more than once (often referred to as spamming) – Not publicise any personal information, either the poster’s own or somebody else’s – Not advertise products or services – Not promote political parties.