Orienteering and nature trail to open soon

Observant residents of Bradley Stoke may have noticed the appearance of a series of numbered oak posts at various locations throughout the Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve. Enquiries by The Journal have revealed that the posts will form a permanent orienteering course (the first in South Gloucestershire) that is due to officially open in September. A page on South Gloucestershire

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Tesco Extra jobs: Part-time positions advertised

Tesco has begun advertising part-time positions available at its soon-to-open Tesco Extra store in Bradley Stoke. A flyer being distributed at the existing store lists vacancies in the following categories: Service Grocery Replenishment Fresh Food Replenishment Night and Twilight Replenishment Non Food The advert states that part-time positions covering morning, afternoon, evening and night shifts are available. Potential applicants should

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Plans submitted for sixth form and dance studio at Bradley Stoke Community School

Plans for extensions to Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) have been submitted to South Gloucestershire Council’s (SGC’s) planning department. The proposed scheme involves the construction of a new sixth form centre (A) at the south-western end of the school’s curved frontage plus the addition of a dance studio (B) and further changing rooms (C) at the rear and side of

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Summer play schemes in focus as school holidays approach

Parents of school-age children in Bradley Stoke looking to keep their offspring occupied during the summer break can choose from options offered by (amongst others) Southern Brooks Community Partnership (SBCP), Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre and Bradley Stoke Library. SBCP, through its Five Alive scheme (previously Four Towns), will be providing four weeks of free activities for children aged 5-11 at

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Detailed town centre signage up for approval

A planning application for an astonishing 856 illuminated and non-illuminated signs in Bradley Stoke’s new town centre has been submitted to South Gloucestershire Council by Tesco Stores Ltd. The schedule lists items ranging from large signage gantries to anti-ram bollards and “no smoking” signs. Notable items are the signs for vehicle set down points (along the northern side of the

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