[Forum] Size of the BSCS catchment area?

Hiya, I’ve been reading about admissions to Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS). Does anyone know what the furthest distance from the school of a successful applicant in the 2013 applications round was please? I believe the information is available in an admissions print-out that you can read at schools and in local libraries but I’m not local (yet!;) and it’s

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Police cordon tape.

Violence and vandalism mar festive period

Incidents of violence and vandalism in Bradley Stoke over the Christmas period have marred celebrations for some local residents. On Christmas Eve, fights in the Three Brooks public house spilled out into the street, leaving broken glass over the road and necessitating a police response. Three days later, in the early hours of Saturday 28th December, a Journal reader reported

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The Bradley Stoke Youth FC U7 squad with Sir Geoff Hurst and Mike Guerin (McDonald’s).

Sir Geoff Hurst pays surprise visit to BSYFC

Bradley Stoke Youth FC’s (BSYFC’s) grassroots football teams were joined by a special guest on Sunday 16th November, as ex-England football player and McDonald’s Director of Football, Sir Geoff Hurst, made a surprise appearance at their training session. He joined players and coaches at an event to celebrate the success of the McDonald’s FA Charter Standard Kit Scheme which has

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Yarn bombing on Patchway Brook Roundabout in Bradley Stoke, Bristol.

Yarn bombers call on residents to “adopt a lamp post for Christmas”

The team behind the recent ‘Bobbly Stoke’ yarn bombing stunt in north Bradley Stoke is calling on local residents to support them in a new project that will see lamp posts and signposts in the town adorned with Christmas decorations. One member of the team, Caroline Sullivan, told The Journal: “After our bobbly hat success, the ‘adopt a Christmas lamp post’ idea

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BT Openreach: Fibre broadband is here.

Mixed news on broadband front – hundreds still waiting for fibre

The month of November brought mixed news for the hundreds of Bradley Stoke residents who are still waiting to benefit from the rollout of superfast broadband, whether through BT’s commercial programme (Filton exchange, 0117 numbers) or the state-aided upgrade programme being managed by South Gloucestershire Council (SGC, affecting mostly 01454 numbers). Frustrated customers within the postcode areas said by SGC

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