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Troopers Hill Local Nature Reserve is owned by Bristol City Council and managed by Bristol Parks in partnership with The Friends of Troopers Hill.

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The Friends of Troopers Hill committee is elected at our AGM in December each year,
current members are:
Chair - Susan; Treasurer - Norman; Secretary - Helen; other committee members: Rob, Kit, Bryan, Jude, Margaret & Clare.

If you have any comments on the management of Troopers Hill; any suggestions for future events or any other issues that you would like to discuss we would be pleased to hear from you.

There are lots of ways to get in touch:

Post a message on our Forum;

Email ;

Phone Susan on 0117 947 5037;

Come along to one of our Meetings;

Write to:
    Friends of Troopers Hill
    3, Corkers Hill
    St George
    BS5 8DT

Bristol Parks can be contacted through:

 Phone: 0117 922 3719
Mon to Fri 8.30am - 5pm (4.30pm Fri)
 Text to 0771 039 6713
 Write to Bristol Parks at:
Brunel House, St Georges Road. Bristol BS1 5UY

 Bristol City Council Emergency/out of hours number: 0117 922 3288
 Waste, graffiti and fly tip: 0117 922 2100
 Dog warden: 0117 922 2500

If you observe any anti-social behaviour or criminal activity on Troopers Hill please report it to our neighbourhood police team:

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