Coronavirus: Town Council Services
This page offers information about Bradley Stoke Town Council services and site closures during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Facilities and sites CLOSED
- Our face to face youth work sessions are suspended, however, we are now delivering some virtual youth work sessions and maintaining contact and support through social media, phone and email.
Sites OPEN (with strict Covid-19 guidance)
- Bradley Stoke Town Council office, at the Jubilee Centre, is open (although restrictions on access).
- Our community centres (Jubilee, Baileys Court, Brook Way) are now re-opened (although some restrictions on hire still in place).
- Our play areas are now reopened.
- Our Skatepark has now reopened.
- The Jubilee Centre Tennis Courts have now reopened for hire (restricted opening hours).
Contacting Council staff
- Several of our staff continue to work remotely and are contactable through our website or by email or mobile phone.
- Our Finance, Bookings and Admin staff can be contacted through the BSTC website contact form
- Our Activities Centre Manager, Odile McIntosh, can be contacted for urgent issues/ problems with our Activity Centre sites or Play Areas: firstname.lastname@example.org or 07773280568 (if the urgent issue concerns the Skatepark, contact email@example.com or 07900253826).
- Our Youth Development & Participation Worker, Graham Baker, is mainly working remotely, including virtual youth work sessions and using social media, phone and email to maintain support for and contact with young people (contact details as above).
Concerns about breaches of Covid-19 regulations and social distancing
If you are concerned and wish to report breaches of Covid-19 regulations, Avon and Somerset Police advise the following:
A full statement on the policing response to Coronavirus (Covid-19) can been found by following this link: www.avonandsomerset.police.uk
If you wish to report a breach of Covid-19 restrictions, the Police advise the following:
COVID-19 breach of restrictions: If you have concerns that an individual or business has breached Government restrictions you can report it using our online form or ring us on 101 (for non-emergencies) or 999 (for emergencies).
Community Festival cancelled
Unfortunately, we have cancelled this years Bradley Stoke Festival due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation. The Festival was due to take place over the weekend of the 5th, 6th and 7th of June.
Tea Party postponed
The Older Persons Tea Party planned for Friday 24th April has unfortunately been postponed due to the Covid-19 situation. The Town Council hope to reschedule when safe to do so.