Welcome to Bradley Stoke Town Council's Website
The annual Community Festival took place from 7th – 9th June 2013 – photos to follow shortly.
Green Dog Walkers Scheme
Bradley Stoke Town Council has signed up to the SGC Green Dog Walkers Scheme.
Green Dog Walkers® is an original project initiated by Community Green Initiative of Dunipace in partnership with Falkirk Council. It is operated in South Gloucestershire under licence through the local groups.
Green Dog Walkers is a non-confrontational, friendly way to change attitudes about dog fouling. The idea is that responsible dog owners sign a pledge to say that they will clear up after their dogs & will carry spare bags with them which they will offer to anyone they see not clearing up. They will wear a very distinct arm band to identify them as a Green Dog Walker.
Anyone interested in signing up to the Scheme should contact Bradley Stoke Town Council office.
Are you interested in becoming involved in brightening up Bradley Stoke?
The next Bradley Stoke in Bloom meeting for residents interested in assisting in this project will be held on Tuesday 18th June 2013 at The Jubilee Centre. Meeting starts at 7:30pm.
Brook Way Activity Centre - Planning a party or do you need a venue for a meeting or other event?
Brook Way Activity has been refurbished and is now again available for hire on weekdays from 9am until 5pm and all day at weekends.
A lovely venue for a party with the safe enclosed garden and the building offers a large L shaped hall which has moveable dividing walls to produce 3 smaller rooms which are ideal for smaller parties, groups or meetings.
BSYFC Football Skills Coaching for Children with Disabilities
Bradley Stoke Youth FC (BSYFC) is a local FA Charter Standard Community Football Club working in association with the Gloucestershire FA to develop youth football in the area. They have been in operation for over 14 years. The club currently caters for U6 to U18 mixed football teams and U9 to U14 girl football teams. The club has many school link programs with the local schools running football sessions and they also plan and organise the annual Bradley Stoke Football Festival.
The club now run football skills coaching sessions for children with ASD/Autism within the area. However, if your child has other special needs then they may be able to accommodate them as well. The age range the club is catering for is 6 to 11 years old.
The sessions are free of charge and are held on a Saturday morning 10.30am to 11.30am.
The sessions run every 2 weeks.
All coaches are FA Qualified and FA CRB checked.
If you would like to register your interest or would like a chat, please contact Martin Lee at email firstname.lastname@example.org or 07785 384618
Bradley Stoke Town Council office has moved
Our new office address is:
Bradley Stoke Town Council
The Jubilee Centre
Savages Wood Road
New main office telephone number: 01454 205020
New Booking Line telephone number: 01454 205021
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- Give Blood (21st Jun)
- Full Council Meeting (26th Jun)
- Planning & Environment Committee Meeting (26th Jun)
- Armed Forces Day (29th Jun)
- Stoke Singers Present Broadway Classics (29th Jun)
- Give Blood (1st Jul)
- Councillor Surgery (6th Jul)
- Workday: Haycut (6th Jul)
- Full Council Meeting (10th Jul)
- Bradley Stoke Community Singers - First Concert (16th Jul)
The Town Council is the parish authority for Bradley Stoke. The Town Council supplements the provision of local government services in Bradley Stoke, and provides a range of social and recreational facilities, while promoting and representing the town with other national and statutory bodies.
Bradley Stoke is a large development first planned in the 1970s. It comprises 1,000 acres (404.7 hectares) of land that incorporate 650 acres (263 hectares) for housing. One hundred acres (40.5 hectares) have been used for employment purposes and there are 180 acres (72.8 hectares) of major public open space. The name 'Bradley Stoke' was chosen, deriving from Bradley Brook and Stoke Brook, which flow through the area.