BRADLEY STOKE MATTERS

The online community magazine for Bradley Stoke, Little Stoke and Stoke Gifford

Now in its 12th year, Bradley Stoke & Little Stoke Gifford Community Matters is a popular, glossy, A5 community magazine delivered free to 15,000 homes across the Five Stokes area in the North of Bristol including Bradley Stoke, Little Stoke, Stoke Gifford, Stoke Lodge and Harry Stoke, postcodes BS32 & BS34. It celebrates all the numerous positive local events, activities, groups and individuals that live within this area. Keeping residents up to date with the multiple and diverse activities taking place across the community. As well as promoting local community news and events, the magazine is a trusty directory for local businesses and traders, some of whom have been advertising with us since our very first issue back in 2005.  Whatever you need, you will find a local business that can help, within the pages of our community magazine. If you would like to promote your business or services to the local community or raise awareness of a local group, please do get in touch, contact community@mattersmagazines.co.uk

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Do not forget to purchase your tickets www.castellroc.co.uk/themagicofmotown.html or call/visit the Box Office: Hannah’s Music, Chepstow - Tel : 01291 627122. - to be part of the Biggest Motown Party of the year!!! 💃🎤

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Wishing you well as you approach your next op Calum! ... See MoreSee Less

A special movie made by a special little boy – introducing Calum’s film. Cheeky 11 year old Calum was born with truncus arteriosus; a rare heart condition which affects the two main arteries that supply blood to his lungs and body. He’s already had numerous operations and is now waiting to have his fourth surgery later this month. Now he wants to show the world what it’s like to have a special heart. With the help of his family, Calum has turned into a documentary filmmaker and wants you to see his journey to his next operation. We’ll be sharing more of Calum’s film as he approaches his surgery day. To find out more about Calum and his condition, visit www.bhf.org.uk/calum

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