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Community Support Services

Local Churches

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:

Southern Brooks Community Partnership

Southern Brooks Community Partnership offers a range of support, assistance and advice.

To find out more visit

SGC Community Services

Latest information on the South Gloucestershire Council updates on our services and what support is available.

To find out more visit

Download a flyer about Local and financial support for South Gloucestershire (PDF).

South Gloucestershire Citizens Advice Bureau – grant funded by Bradley Stoke Town Council

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The Bradley Stoke branch of the Citizens Advice Bureau is open every Wednesday morning from 10.00am – 12 noon in the Jubilee Centre, Savages Wood Road, Bradley Stoke, BS32 8HL.

The national telephone adviceline service continues to operate as normal Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.

To find out more visit

Download the Report to Bradley Stoke Town Council – September 2023 (PDF).

Video tour of our outreach session at the Jubilee Centre, Bradley Stoke

Four Towns and Vale Link Community Transport – grant funded by Bradley Stoke Town Council

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Four Towns and Vale Link Community Transport run transport to medical appointments and shopping trips as well as arranging trips and outings.

To book your travel or for further information, please call 01454 250 500, visit our website at or email

Mamas Bristol CIC – grant funded by Bradley Stoke Town Council

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Mamas Bristol is an established brand within the local community, providing a Swaps and Freebies service, Community Aid for signposting and most recently, our #MamasMealboxes initiative.



Bradley Stoke Families (and Surrounding Areas)

A friendly group for any bs32 or bs34 or any surrounding areas. Not a selling site necessarily, although you're welcome to post things if you like, more for just chatting and advice and information.

Facebook Group: Bradley Stoke Families (and Surrounding Areas)

Good Neighbours Network

Front cover of Good Neighbours Handbook

A good neighbours network is a small but structured group of volunteers who offer to do simple tasks for elderly neighbours or others in need. This might include things such as changing a light bulb, hanging a picture, offering some company, collecting prescriptions, giving someone a lift, help with filling in forms and much more. Good neighbours networks can foster a feeling of wellbeing not only for the residents who benefit from the help they receive, but also for the volunteers who gain a sense of purpose and a way of giving something back to the community.

South Gloucestershire Council are supporting people to set up networks in their area to help people to be involved and empowered in their own communities. Volunteers are encouraged to offer their services only for activities that they would feel happy and confident to carry out.

South Gloucestershire Council have produced a handbook which explains what a good neighbours network is, how it works and what needs to be done to make it a reality. It also gives useful information and sample documents to anyone developing a network in their area.

If you are thinking about setting up a good neighbours network in your area and would like some advice and support please contact South Gloucestershire Council.

Website: Good Neighbours Network | South Gloucestershire Council (

Download: Good Neighbours Handbook (PDF)

Headway Bristol

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We are a local independent charity with over 40 years of experience working to improve life after brain injury. We support adults and their families to work towards achieving long term improvements to the quality of their lives.