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David Bishop, Bristol City Councils Head of Transport, updated the South Bristol C21 group on transport plans for Bristol. The city and the sub region have been earmarked nearly £200 million of £800 million over the next ten years out of the government's infrastructure pot for the South West's transport.
This will be used to implement the recommendations of the Greater Bristol Strategic Transport Study that includes:
Black History Month (BHM) was established in the United States of America by the Harvard educated African American scholar Dr Carter G Woodson in 1926. In the UK it was first celebrated in London in October 1987 which coincided with the Marcus Garvey celebrations. Interest in BHM soon spread to other cities like Bristol, Leeds, Manchester Nottingham and Birmingham. Since 1997 BHM has gained national profile and the Commission for Racial Equality has become involved in co-ordinating a national events programme. Broadcasters such as Channel 4, the BBC and local media now include programmes focused on BHM in their October schedules. The aim is to promote the rich diversity of black people, black culture and the historical presence of black people in Britain.
Below is the Ramadhan timetable for Sehri ends and Iftar times.
SEHRI ENDS time marks the beginning of the fast in the morning, after which no food or drink may be consumed for the rest of the day.
IFTAR time marks the end of the fast in the evening.
The other times in between are congregational prayer times in the Mosque. Individual prayer times will vary.
ESHA/TARAVEEH time is the time of the last of the five daily prayers. During Ramadhan, this is followed by an extended daily prayer (Taraveeh) during which one thirtieth of the Qur'an is recited every day, thereby completing the recital of the whole of the Qur'an during the 30 days of Ramadhan. The Taraveeh prayer will take up to 2 hours every night, to complete.