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    Alternatively,  emails will reach the committee if addressed to:

    Other Useful Contacts

    Non-emergency Police number 0845 456 7000

    NHS Direct Crime stoppers 0845 46 47 0800 555 111

    Bristol City Council numbers:
    Graffiti    0117 922 2100

    Fly tipping    0117 922 2100

    Drug and Sex Litter rapid clean up team 0117 922 2100

    Anti– social behaviour 0845 605 2222

    Abandoned Vehicles 0800 083 5115

    Neighbourhood police: Information previously shown here was out of date and has been removed. We have asked police for updated detail.

    Neighbourhood Watch – Graham Syrett is the local neighbourhood watch co-ordinator. Contact him at to be added to his email group, which distributes up-to-date information on local crimes and related issues, or to send him information.


    Note: From May 2016, following local government boundary changes, Kingsdown  is now in Cotham Ward

             Councillor Anthony Negus (Liberal Democrat)

             Councillor Cleo Lake   (Green Party)

    You can find more information on our Councillors on the City Council website ( under ‘Elected Representatives’.

    Member of Parliament:

             Thangam Debbonaire (Labour)

    Car Club – Kingsdown Car Club is managed by Smart Moves as part of the Bristol City Car club. Membership gives you use of the car (a Vauxhall Corsa), which is parked on its designated parking space in Clevedon Terrace (no parking problems!). Booking is by internet or phone. Full details, prices etc here or phone Iris Eiting on 0845 458 1785

    For Kingsdown dwellers it makes an ideal alternative to car ownership (usually estimated at £3000 a year or more), or indeed to owning a second car. You can book for as little as an hour, on the spur of the moment (provided the car is available). You don’t have to go far to fetch it and take it back. If it is already booked, there are other cars in Fernbank Road, Cotham Road and St Andrews (including an estate car). And you don’t have to worry about parking when you return.It just takes a little bit of extra planning and removes the temptation to use cars indiscriminately!

     Posted by on February 13, 2007