Redland Green School

RGS Bristol

Community Info and Events

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Table Top Sale at RGS in aid of Bristol Children's Hospital - 19 March 2017


We are organising a Table Top Sale at Redland Green School on Sunday 19 March (10:30 to 12:15) in aid of Bristol Children's Hospital.  Setting up is from 9:00.

Please bring your own table(s). The cost is £15 per table / space up to 8 feet in length. If you want a larger space please enquire re charges.

Easy free parking.  Plenty of space.  All indoors.  Refreshments available.

TO APPLY: please fill in the application form and return it with your cheque to “The Guild of Friends of BRHC” and send to: Tilly Vacher. 24 York Gardens. Clifton. Bristol. BS8 4LN

OR Return only this form if you wish to make a BACS payment and your booking will be acknowledged by email once the form and payment are received.

BACS payments to: The Guild of Friends of the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children. Nat West Account 00015792  Sort code 560005

Please use the payment reference GOF Table + your own surname.

Any further queries please email



Holiday Club Information

Click to download holiday club information for North Bristol

Important Information for Families with Autistic Teenagers:

Click to download the following leaflets:

Teenage Life Flyer 2016/17 

Autism Hotline


Henleaze & Westbury Park Summer Treasure Trail: 20 July – 26 August

For the past four years I have organized a treasure trail involving the shops and businesses of North View, Northumbria Drive and Henleaze Road in which clues were solved for the chance to win locally donated prizes.  In previous years we have had themes of TV animation and cartoons, the Commonwealth games, the football World Cup and Shaun in the City characters.  This summer the treasure trail is based on the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

The aims of the Treasure Trail are primarily for people to have fun, but also to promote trade by encouraging visitors to the area and the local shops.  In the same format as previous years the treasure trail will have clues placed in shops and businesses.  This year again we have over 50 businesses taking part, each displaying two clues: one in the window giving a clue to a country and the other inside the shop giving a clue to a past GB Olympic Gold medallist. 

Although primarily aimed at children and their parents the treasure trail should appeal to all ages.  The treasure trail will run from Wednesday 20 July to Friday 26 August.   Prizes donated by local businesses will be awarded to winners drawn from those entries with the highest number of correct answers.  Entry forms will be available in the participating businesses.

I would really appreciate it if you could add a note to your end of term newsletter or notices bulletin that the event is happening. 

Any questions please call or email.
Thank you,  

Rick Wallis,
c/o Up & Running
38 North View, Westbury Park, Bristol BS6 7QA Tel: 0117 9739092


Police Cadets

We are currently recruiting at Southmead Cadet Unit from schools all over North and Central Bristol.

The Volunteer Police Cadets scheme in Avon and Somerset Constabulary recruit’s young people aged 14-17 and gives them a range of experiences, training and activities which reflect the types of role the Police have in our communities. The Cadets regularly patrol in public, visit Force establishments and receive presentations from specialist officers. They also participate in in self-defence training and drill. Cadets are also included in Remembrance Day parades and other local festivals.

We have 9 units across the Force. The units are based at Southmead, Patchway (to serve South Gloucestershire), Speedwell, Hartcliffe, Bath, Churchill, Street, Taunton and Portishead.

We parade on a Tuesday evening between 7pm-9pm at Southmead Police station. The only cost incurred is £2.00 per cadet per week towards running costs of the unit (we receive no funding from the Constabulary. Uniform is provided for Cadets with a refundable deposit of £25. Cadets must provide their own boots.

All recruits are the subject of local vetting procedures but these checks are conducted very much with inclusion in mind as we recognise that people make mistakes. We would much rather involve someone than exclude them.

To find out more please see or email