Elections in Bradley Stoke on Thursday 7th May 2015.

Polling stations open for trio of elections

Bradley Stoke has seven polling stations open today for voting in the 2015 general, district and town elections. The local polling stations (open until 10pm) are: Baileys Court Activity Centre Bradley Stoke Evangelical Church, Baileys Court Road Brook Way Activity Centre Church of Christ the King, Mautravers Close Holy Trinity Church, Broad Croft Jubilee Centre, Savages Wood Road St Joseph’s Centre

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Jack Lopresti.

Jack Lopresti commences re-election campaign

Following the dissolution of parliament on Monday 30th March, Jack Lopresti (Conservative) has officially commenced his campaign to be re-elected as the Member of Parliament for the constituency of Filton and Bradley Stoke (FABS). Born in Southmead Hospital in August 1969, Mr Lopresti has lived and worked in the Bristol and South Gloucestershire area all his life. He lives locally

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Ben Walker (UKIP).

Ben Walker chosen to fight 2015 general election for UKIP

Bradley Stoke councillor Ben Walker has been chosen as the UKIP candidate for the Filton and Bradley Stoke (FABS) parliamentary seat in the 2015 general election. The party has also announced its first wave of prospective South Gloucestershire Council candidates. Speaking after his selection, Cllr Walker said: “I’m honoured to have been selected as the Filton and Bradley Stoke UKIP candidate

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Commission set on removing ‘Bradley Stoke’ from constituency name

The name ‘Bradley Stoke’ looks set to disappear from the title of the local parliamentary constituency, despite protests from local Councillors who say they fought hard to get the town recognised before the current ‘Filton and Bradley Stoke’ (FABS) constituency was contested for the first time in 2010. The Boundary Commission for England, which is aiming to reduce the number

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