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Andy Ward Becomes Bradley Stoke's New Mayor

Andy Ward Becomes Bradley Stoke's New Mayor

BSTC - 30th May 2017

At Bradley Stoke Town Councilís Annual General Meeting held on Wednesday 10th May 2017, Councillor Andy Ward was appointed by the Council to the position of Mayor of Bradley Stoke for the forthcoming year. Read More...

Bradley Stoke Town Council Elects New Mayor

BSTC - 25th May 2016

At Bradley Stoke Town Councilís Annual General Meeting held on Wednesday 11th May 2016, Councillor Elaine Hardwick was elected to the position of Mayor of Bradley Stoke. Read More...

Ground Broken on New Skatepark Site

Ground Broken on New Skatepark Site

BSTC - 6th January 2016

Construction work has finally begun on a new Skatepark for Bradley Stoke. Councillors, Officers and Local Young People met on-site to mark the occasion. Read More...

Remembrance Sunday 2015

Remembrance Sunday 2015

BSTC - 9th November 2015

Sunday 8th November 2015, marked Remembrance Sunday. Councillors attended a Remembrance Service held in the Town Centre and observed a two minute silence. Read More...

Vibrant Colour at Bradley Stoke Fireworks Display

Vibrant Colour at Bradley Stoke Fireworks Display

BSTC - 5th November 2015

On Sunday 1st November 2015, Bradley Stoke Town Council hosted its annual fireworks event for the thirteenth year running. It was another successful year, where thousands came out to enjoy the fireworks once more. Read More...

Bradley Stoke Town Council's Mayor, the Longest Serving Councillor, Hands Over to New Mayor

Bradley Stoke Town Council's Mayor, the Longest Serving Councillor, Hands Over to New Mayor

BSTC - 27th May 2015

At Bradley Stoke Town Councilís Annual General Meeting held on Wednesday 20th May 2015; Councillor Roger Avenin was elected to the position of Mayor of Bradley Stoke. Roger takes over from the former Mayor John Ashe, who has been serving on Bradley Stoke Town Council for the last 11 years; making him the longest currently serving councillor Ė first elected in 2004. Read More...

Bradley Stoke Fireworks another Resounding Success

Bradley Stoke Fireworks another Resounding Success

BSTC - 5th November 2014

On Sunday 2nd November 2014, Bradley Stoke Town Council hosted its annual fireworks event for the twelfth year running. Each year sees the skies above Jubilee Centre transformed into a spectacular spectrum of colour for thousands to enjoy. Read More...

Councillors Take Further Action to Protect Bradley Stoke Way

BSTC - 4th September 2014

Promptly after the unauthorised encampment was vacated for the second time, Bradley Stoke Town Council took action to clear up and further protect the site from any future incursions. The clear up involved the removal of biological and physical waste, and further efforts to secure the site have involved the installation of three one tonne boulders. Read More...

Community Carnival a Mark of Success for Local Volunteers

Community Carnival a Mark of Success for Local Volunteers

BSTC - 27th August 2014

Over the August Bank Holiday Weekend the Jubilee Centre played host to the Bradley Stoke Carnival, an event still in its infancy; currently only in its second year. The event marks a resounding success for the promotion of local community volunteers where an independent Carnival Committee were able to obtain grant funding from Bradley Stoke Town Council, South Gloucestershire Council and some funding from private organisations to support their event. Read More...

Bradley Stoke Mayor Takes Action to Prevent the Return of Travellers to Bradley Stoke Way

Bradley Stoke Mayor Takes Action to Prevent the Return of Travellers to Bradley Stoke Way

BSTC - 30th June 2014

Less than 48 hours after travellers, who established an unauthorised encampment on Monday 16th June 2014, vacated the site alongside Bradley Stoke Way; Councillor John Ashe (the Mayor of Bradley Stoke) wasted no time installing wooden posts to prevent further access. Read More...