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

Community News

BSCS Students win Envisions Community Apprentice 2019

In October 2019, the West of England MS Therapy Centre pitched alongside 3 other charities to Year 10 students from 5 local secondary schools at the launch of the Community Apprentice 2019 Programme, led by…
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And just like that we’re half way through the season!

Update from Bradley Stoke Town FC by Adam Townsend Bradley Stoke Town FC First team have started strongly in the Premier Combination division 1 and go into the Christmas period in second place. The good…
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2nd Stoke Lodge Brownies: GWAAC Challenge!

It was lovely to be invited along to 2nd Stoke Lodge Brownies at the Jubilee Centre in Bradley Stoke to hear about all the different activities they had been up to in order to gain…
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The STOKES ART GROUP end the year with a JAM JAR !

Once again this year the Stokes Art Group have been busy painting for their annual Awards Evening Event, which includes their much coveted Jam Jar Prize & Autumn Project Competition.   The Event, now in…
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Road Safety Week: Dark nights, bright kids

Children in Bradley Stoke will be more visible when they are out and about, thanks to their local Specsavers store. This Road Safety Week (November 18th-24th), Specsavers Bradley Stoke has teamed up with road safety…
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Mama Bear’s Beth Celebrates 10 Years at Childhood Nursery

A nursery worker from Bradley Stoke has celebrated 10 years of service at the same setting she attended herself as a child.  Bethan Jones is an early years educator at the Mama Bear’s Day Nursery…
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Bradley Stoke Bowls Club Annual General Meeting held on 24th October 2019 

Just under 50 members attend the Annual General Meeting. Before the official proceedings began, Joe Hughes, Community Fund Raising Coordinator for the Great Western Air Ambulance was presented with cheque for £1,288.00. The photo shows…
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Students in Bristol reminded to register to vote

Students in Bristol are being reminded to register to vote by a campaign inspired by fellow undergraduates. A voter registration campaign designed by Bristol City Council has been launched with the help of digital marketing undergraduates studying…
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Warning of Overnight Piling Works at Gypsy Patch Lane

PRESS RELEASE FROM SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNCIL: We are writing to you regarding the piling work that has started on Gipsy Patch Lane in preparation for construction of the Cribbs Patchway metrobus extension (CPME). Piling work,…
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O’ Little Town of Bristol – Jessie May needs your voices!

Jessie May, the Bristol-based children’s hospice at home charity, is appealing for local musical talent to volunteer their voices over the Christmas season. The charity, who’s nurses provide vital respite care and emotional support to…
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