Contact your Councillors, MPs and MEPs
Contact your Councillor on Bradley Stoke Town Council
In order to contact your Councillor, you first need to know in which parish ward you live. You can do this by:
- Using the Bradley Stoke Journal’s interactive map of the parish wards in Bradley Stoke (see below); or
- Phoning the Bradley Stoke Town Council office (contact details) – they will most likely offer to phone you back later.
Once you know which parish ward you live in, use the Council Members page on the BSTC website to find your Councillor(s) and his/her/their contact details.
Interactive map of the parish wards in Bradley Stoke
View Larger Map Click on a coloured zone to reveal the name of the parish ward. Use the navigation controls in the top left corner to zoom in or out. Click and drag to move the map. Choose 'View Larger Map' if you wish to do a search by postcode.
Contact your Councillor on South Gloucestershire Council
This easiest way to do this is using the free online service from WriteToThem – search by postcode; this also gives contact details for your MP and MEPs.
Alternatively, call South Gloucestershire Council on 01454 86800.
Contact your Member of Parliament
Jack Lopresti, MP for Filton and Bradley Stoke, has a constituency office at:
Residents wishing to arrange an appointment to see Jack are invited to contact the office by telephone or email.
Latest News from your Elected Representatives
- Visit to Hitachi Train Depot in Stoke Gifford
Friday, 24 March 2017, 12:00 am
Last week Jack was given a tour, along with local councillors and members of the Department of Transport, of the Hitachi Depot in Stoke Gifford. Representatives from Great Western Railway (GWR) and N. […]
- Great Western Air Ambulance Charity
Friday, 3 March 2017, 12:00 am
Jack Lopresti MP today visited Great Western Air Ambulance Charity to discuss the progress they have made since being awarded £1 million of Libor fines money in the Government's Autumn Statement. Jac. […]
- Defence in the Arctic
Monday, 27 February 2017, 12:00 am
Jack Lopresti MP last week visited Norway as part of the Defence Select Committee's sub Committee on Defence in the Arctic. The Defence sub-Committee is to begin an inquiry into the rapidly changing d. […]
- Jack discusses burglaries with residents and police
Wednesday, 15 February 2017, 12:00 am
Jack Lopresti MP today met residents and Avon and Somerset Police Inspector Clive Summerill to discuss the high number of burglaries that have taken place in Bradley Stoke and surrounding areas in rec. […]
- Revision Military UK signed the Armed Forces Covenant
Wednesday, 8 February 2017, 12:00 am
Jack Lopresti MP for Filton and Bradley Stoke organised for Revision Military UK to co-sign the Armed Forces Covenant with the Minister for Defence Procurement, Harriet Baldwin MP, in the House of Com. […]
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