The 1st Bradley Stoke Scout Group provides a balanced programme of activities for boys and girls aged from 6 to 15 years old. Beavers Scout are for 6 to 8 years olds, Cub Scouts are for 8 to 10 1/2 year old and Scouts are from 10 1/2 to 14 years olds all open to boys and girls. We meet in the Holy Trinity School Broad Croft, Bradley Stoke, BS32 0BD and the Bradley Stoke Community School, Fiddlers Wood Lane, Bradley Stoke, BS32 9BS
If you would like more information about how your son or daughter can join then please contact Ian Bakewell the Scout Group what to join / waiting list coordinator tel (01454) 610038 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to contact the 1st Bradley Stoke Scout Group on any other matter contact the Group Scout Leader, Mark Gollop tel 0117 965 3244 or email email@example.com
We have 60 youngsters in our Colony, and we are open to girls and boys. ‘Beaver Scouts’ cater for 6-8 years, ‘Cub Scouts’ are for 8-10 years, ‘Scouts’ are 10-14 years, ‘Explorer Scouts’ are 14-18 and ‘The Scout Network’ is for people aged 18-23. We welcome men and women to come along and experience the fun of Scouting and to help the young people in our community develop. Be prepared…join the adventure. Call Paul Reason for more information.
Bradley Stoke Town Council has a number of rooms available for party hire at The Jubilee Centre, Baileys Court Activity Centre and Brook Way Activity Centre. All three centres are the perfect party venue, with spacious areas that are ideal for accommodating entertainers, inside games or even a disco. For hire charges, availability and all bookings, please phone between 9am and 4pm or send an email.
The Filton-Patchway and Stokes Freecycle Group a non profit organisation set up to reduce items going into landfill.
Items are given and requested for free and it works on the theory that one man’s rubbish is another man’s treasure.
This North Bristol group covers the specific areas of Filton, Patchway, Bradley Stoke, Little Stoke, Harry Stoke, Stoke Gifford, and Stoke Lodge.
Anyone can join and its all completely free. Do your bit for the environment today!
The Friends of Jubilee Green Park, Bradley Stoke, are a very enthusiastic group, helping to: raise funds; run events: plan future developments and promote the park.
The group was brought together in a sunny field on the 3rd of June 2009 by the Southern Brooks Community Partnership and had their first formal formation meeting on the 7th July 2009, with the official opening of the Park just weeks away the 24th July 2009.
If you would like to get involved, either as a friend or just to volunteer to help at some of the events, see the Friends website or email for more information.
Private members club – new members always welcome. Regular events including live bands, entertainers, quiz nights and bingo. 2 big screens, lounge bar, pool, skittles, darts, football teams.
Monday 7.00pm – 9.30pm: age 14+. Tuesday 7.00pm – 9.00pm: Star Kids for young people aged 12-19 with learning or physical disabilities. Wednesday 7.00pm – 9.00pm: Project night for 12-19 year olds Thursday 7.00pm – 10.00pm: Open night for 11-19 year olds.
Come along and you can take part in pool, table tennis, badminton, PS2, table football and much more.
Patchway Youth Centre has reopened! There are new creative project nights every Tuesday and Friday. There will be art, cooking, photography, crafts and music: a good range of provision for young people across Patchway, whatever their interests. A new junior session will start on a Saturday afternoon. Patchway Judo Club and Infinity Dance club still run and hopefully a new pre-school from January. There are new computers, heating and a refurbished kitchen.
Southern Brooks runs a range of projects across Bradley Stoke, Filton, Patchway and Stoke Gifford. Our purpose is to help people make a difference in their lives, their families and communities. Through talking and listening to people we’ve identified some priorities for our work.
The Three Brooks Nature Conservation Group aims to conserve and enhance the Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve for the benefit of local residents and wildlife in Bradley Stoke. We meet on the first Saturday of every month to work on reserve in Bradley Stoke. If you would like to help look after the wild spaces on your doorstep, then why not come and join us at one of the events listed in the bradleystokematters events diary? You are welcome to join us for the whole day or just for a couple of hours. We look forward to seeing you. All workdays start at 10am and finish at 4pm but you are welcomme to leave earlier if needed. Please wear old clothes and stout boots and bring a packed lunch. We will provide all the equipment needed plus the essential tea, coffee and biscuits!