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Covid-19 community surge testing

Community surge testing can help us learn more about new variants of Covid-19 and reduce the spread of infection.

Community surge testing is taking place for one week until Sunday 7 March. This date is under review and may change.

We strongly advise that you get tested if you are eligible. You only need to take one test in this one-week period.

For more information visit

COVID-19 Get tested poster

Coronavirus (COVID 19)

National lockdown: stay at home

You must stay at home. This is the single most important action we can all take to protect the NHS and save lives.

You must not leave your home unless necessary.

Stay 2 metres apart from anyone not in your household or bubble.

For more information and detailed guidance visit

Keep Bradley Stoke safe poster (all text content in-page below)

Keep Bradley Stoke safe

Hands: Wash your hands regularly

Face: *Wear a face covering

*Exemptions include:

  • children under the age of 11
  • people with breathing difficulties
  • people living with a disability

Space: Keep your distance from others

Stop the spread. Do the right thing.

England Lockdown - Stay at Home poster (link to PDF version below)

England Lockdown - Stay at Home

The new strain of coronavirus is spreading fast.

We all need to play our part to stop the spread.

Download a PDF version: England Lockdown - Stay at Home poster (PDF)

For more information visit:

COVID-19 Testing poster

Covid-19 rapid tests

Covid-19 rapid tests (also known as lateral flow tests) are for residents or people who work in South Gloucestershire who are 16 years or older without coronavirus symptoms. They are taking place at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre and Kingswood Leisure Centre.

To book a Covid-19 rapid test visit:

Important Coronavirus Information