There’s a strong sports theme in the July edition of the Bradley Stoke Journal magazine, which has reports from all the sporting events at the recent Community Festival (10k run, skate park competition, cricket match) plus news of Bradley Stoke’s first triathlon, planned for August.
Other stories report on plans to close the Bradley Stoke to Winterbourne road for up to six weeks from the middle of July (so that repairs can be carried out on the motorway bridge), the go-ahead for the redevelopment of Filton Airfield (where up to 2,675 new homes will be built) and the announcement of plans for an ice rink and skydiving complex at Cribbs Causeway.
The many other articles in this month’s edition cover Meadowbrook School pupils’ march for road safety, the growing ‘running fever’ in Bradley Stoke (thanks to North Bristol Running Group), the latest news on the Bradley Stoke Carnival (planned for 29th August), local Beaver Scouts’ fundraising for Guide Dogs, the latest achievements of Bradley Stoke in Bloom, two local ladies having their hair chopped to help the Little Princess Trust, north Bristol’s new triathlon club, the first anniversary of the Little Stoke Park junior parkrun, the Bradley Stoke Youth FC Festival of Football, an update from the Three Brooks Nature Conservation Group, the submission of a planning application for Bradley Stoke’s proposed new £260,000 skate park, local firm Dunkley’s sponsorship of Bristol’s ‘Shaun in the City‘ sculpture trail and the 25th birthday celebrations of 1st Bradley Stoke Rainbows.
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