Local Community Groups
Bradley Stoke Radio
Bradley Stoke Radio is an exciting new community radio station run entirely by volunteers living in and around the Bradley Stoke area.
Bradley Stoke Zero Carbon Community
This group is a space for the people of the local area, to come together and take action to reduce carbon emissions and take care of the land around us.
Bridge Community Church
The Bridge Church is a growing community of people, of different ages and backgrounds, that live in North Bristol and the surrounding area.
Christ the King Church
Whether you're a new born, 8 or 80 years old, we hope you'll find a warm welcome to our church. You're especially welcome if you are "just visiting" or "exploring" your faith.
Our volunteer-run hedgehog hospital, co-ordinated by Yvonne Cox, cares, treats and rehabilitates over 300 hedgehogs every year; many of which are successfully re-released with the help of our wonderful network of volunteers.
Holy Trinity Church
Church of England / Methodist / URC
South Gloucestershire Chinese Association
The South Gloucestershire Chinese Association aims to serve the local Chinese community and raise cultural awareness, eliminating racial discrimination, promoting equality of opportunity and good relations between persons of different racial groups.
South Gloucestershire Active Leisure
Currently operating a number of leisure centres in South Gloucestershire. Each has a wide range of facilities and all include a swimming pool.
Southern Brooks Community Partnership
Set-up over 12 years ago, as a partnership between the community associations in Patchway and Bradley Stoke, and Northavon Community Council.
Volunteer Drop-in Sessions
If you're thinking about volunteering, or are a group that is looking for volunteers come along to a drop-in session and chat to Katie the volunteer co-ordinator.
Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at Bradley Stoke Library (1pm - 3pm)
The Bradley Stoke/Champs-sur-Marne Twinning Association was created in the beginning of the 90s. The twinning agreement between our cities was signed in May 2000 at Bradley Stoke.
Facebook page: @BradleyStokeTwinning
Winterbourne Medieval Barn
Winterbourne Medieval Barn is an amazing survivor of a large raised-cruck barn built in 1342 by lord of the manor Sir Thomas de Bradeston using green-timber construction methods, the cutting-edge technology of that period. It is now managed by a volunteer-run charitable (WMBT) trust who aim to preserve it and keep it available for community uses.