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What is COVID19 (Corona Virus Disease 19)?

NHS Coronavirus poster

COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It's caused by a virus called coronavirus.

Below are links to useful websites for further information:

NHS website

South Gloucestershire Council website

UK Government website

Bradley Stoke Town Council is keeping this ongoing situation under constant review. We currently have hand sanitiser available at the entrances to all our Activity Centre sites and main town council office and would encourage all residents to follow guidance issued by the Government/NHS/Public Health England

All the Bradley Stoke Town Council Activity Centre Sites are currently closed. The Town Council would urge residents to follow Government Guidance regarding social distancing and therefore not visit any of our open spaces.

In line with H.M. Government instructions, all the Town Council Play Areas and the Skatepark are now closed from midnight on 23rd March 2020 for a minimum of 21 days.

The Town Council office at the Jubilee Centre is currently being manned during the day (generally 9.00am - 3.00pm). the answer machine will be checked daily.

Our Finance Team and Admin staff are working from home, so you can contact them in the usual way through the Town Council website. The Town Clerk can also be contacted on the following e-mail address: sharon.petela@bradleystoke.gov.uk

Please contact the Activity Centres Manager, Odile McIntosh if you notice any urgent issues/problems with our sites or play areas. Her mobile number is: 07773280568

Our Youth Development & Participation Worker continues to work remotely. He is currently working on the enhancement of our social media platforms and the development of creative ways to maintain support for and contact with young people. Skatepark: in addition, if you have any concerns or observations about our skatepark, you can email graham.baker@bradleystoke.gov.uk or phone 07900 253826

The local churches are working together to support the local community, as far as they are able. If members of the community need assistance, the local churches can be contacted through the following websites or alternatively via the following email address: tim@bsec.org.uk