BRADLEY STOKE MATTERS
The online community magazine for Bradley Stoke, Little Stoke and Stoke Gifford

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Swimarathon 2019 on 1st, 2ndand 3rdMarch

Another great opportunity to have some fun and help raise funds for worthy causes. Swimarathon 2019 will be held at the Thornbury Leisure Centre on the evenings of Friday 1stto Sunday 3rdMarch. The event, run…
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Bradley Stoke Active Lifestyle Centre is en-route and on the road with Bristol’s new m1 metrobus

Two siblings are among the faces from the local community chosen to appear on Bristol’s brand-new m1 metrobus service.  Fourteen-year-old Hayley Gunning and her eleven-year-old brother, Ethan – who are representing the Bradley Stoke Active…
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Free training - become a Tai Chi Instructor and improve the health of older people in your community

Would you like to join a free training in Tai Chi to become an instructor of Tai Chi Shibashi, to improve your health and help others? Paul Hodge from Tai Chi for Better Health, www.taichiforbetterhealth.co.uk,…
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Have you ever attended or worked at Wheatfield Primary?

Wheatfield Primary School is celebrating its 20thAnniversary and are trying to locate as many past pupils and staff as possible to join them for a special event. The school will be holding an ‘open afternoon’…
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Could you make a difference to the life of a Chernobyl child? 

We  are appealing for caring families in Bristol who are able to give children the opportunity of a lifetime in summer 2019. Do you remember the 1986 Chernobyl disaster? The population of Belarus will be…
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World Premiere Pantomime  comes to Thornbury

Award winning Thornbury Musical Theatre Group is proud to bring to you the world premiere of a brand new pantomime with its central themes based in the realms of the Arthurian legend.   ‘King Arthur…
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Beginners’ Course in Photography - starts February

It’s a New Year with New-Year resolutions and an opportunity to learn new skills. Have you ever looked critically at the average snaps posted to social media. More to the point, have you ever wondered…
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BSCS Students go the extra mile to help others: Ellie

Ellie is a Post 16 Student and in her final year at Bradley Stoke Community School Post 16 (BSCS). She was involved in the Samaritans Purse Shoebox Appeal last year and collected 44 shoeboxes from…
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Community choir launches in the Stokes

Melody Makers Choir has been running for almost three years in the BS9 area of Bristol and in January 2019, Choir Leader, Natalie Veal, is looking forward to starting a new choir for the Stokes…
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BSCS Students go the extra mile to help others: Billy

Billy is a Post 16 student in his final year at BSCS. He began volunteering for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal when he was just 5 years old and has continued to do so…
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