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

Now in its 13th 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

  • How Can Westerleigh Showband help?

    WESTERLY SHOWBAND has started the year on a high note by issuing an exciting plan to increase its community involvement. The plan’s starting point was the general realisation that music…
  • Marathon in March: 26.2 miles in 31 days

    Southmead Hospital Charity have set a running challenge with a difference – to run a marathon in 31 days. Marathon in March enables people to run a marathon in their…
  • Ofsted Success for Bailey’s Court Primary School

    Staff and pupils at Bailey’s Court Primary School in Bradley Stoke are celebrating after receiving a very successful report from schools inspector Ofsted. Inspectors visited the school in December 2017…


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Oil leak update. We are very touched by the concern everyone has shown for the brooks and lake and the wildlife that uses them during the current oil spill event. This one has lasted for much longer than previous events, but is still taking a while to trace the origin. The Environment Agency has been contacted many times, both for the brooks on our reserve and also at 40 Acres. The council (Town and South Glos) are also aware. I spoke to the Environment Agency yesterday and they explained what has been done so far to trace the spill. Both they and Wessex Water are still conducting investigations up stream of the 40 Acres reserve to try to determine the source of the oil. As the oil is thin and easily mixed with water when the brook is turbulent and much of the brook is culverted, this is unfortunately a slow process. With events like this, it is very important that the public help by reporting direct to the Environment agency. Investigations can then be conducted straight away. If you spot a worsening of this spill, please phone 0800 80 70 60 and quote incident reference number 1594021. Thank you again for your concern and help.

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