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December 2018

Magazine stories will be published on the Journal websites from Tuesday 6th December, so please keep checking back. Once a story is on the website, you will be able to leave comments.

December 2018 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.Page 3: Fireworks raise £2,810 for mayor’s charities

Pages 4 & 5: ‘MetroBus 2’: Councillors push for early formation of Gipsy Patch Lane works liaison group

Page 6: Closure of Hatchet Road over Christmas

Pages 6 & 7: Remembrance Sunday in Bradley Stoke

Pages 8 & 9: Bradley Stoke charity lights are “biggest and best ever seen”

Page 10: The comings and goings of the Parkway goats

  • Story will appear soon on the SGJ website
  • Street Goat

Page 13: Local running group celebrates 5th birthday

Page 14: Common buzzing again thanks to award-winning project

Page 15: Bridge strike brings renewed calls for pedestrian tunnel

Page 16: First: T1 service will run alongside M1 MetroBus

Page 17: MetroBus installs last pieces of jigsaw prior to 6th January launch

Pages 18 & 19: Sponsorship brings new training kit for BSYFC U8s

Page 20: This year’s Santa sleigh tour dates for the Stokes

Page 21: Christmas Church Services

Page 22: Casualty extra ‘Oscar’ opens BSR’s new studio

Page 23: Digital bells coming soon to St Michael’s

Page 26: Christmas lights switch-on goes off with a bang

Page 27: Former deputy steps up to take on headship at Little Stoke Primary

Page 29: Reflections celebrate ten years at Willow Brook

Page 31: Nursery’s virtual ‘Rickshaw Challenge’ brings in £300 for Children in Need

Page 33: Local teenager makes international debut

  • Story will appear soon on the SGJ website

Page 35: Stokes Singers’ Christmas Concert

Page 36: Council consults on phasing out recycling bags

November 2018

November 2018 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.

Page 3: Chelsea Pensioner launches local Poppy Appeal

Pages 4 & 5: Celebrations mark 200th junior parkrun

Pages 6 & 7: Bradley Stoke to host finish of world famous classic car rally

Page 8: Bungee jump boosts Sophie’s fundraising

Page 10: Reprieve for X73 route but 73 frequency to drop to ‘every 20 mins’

Page 11: Firework spectacular to round off Willow Brook Christmas lights switch-on event

Page 13: Young ballet stars raise over £6k for Tommy’s

Pages 14 & 15: Varied few months for the ‘in Bloom’ team

Page 16: Rugby legend Gareth Chilcott opens FND office

Page 17: Public meeting called to discuss planned two-year roadworks on Gipsy Patch Lane 

Page 18: Boys swim the Channel for Team Bowsland

Page 19: Scouts invite all to Remembrance parade and ceremony on Sunday 11th November

Page 20: Green light for 1,290 new homes between Stoke Gifford and M32

Page 22: Local accountants scoop marketing award

Page 23: Groups looking for YOUR vote to win funding

Pages 24 & 25:  Corbyn in Stoke Gifford to rally the FaBS troops

Pages 26 & 27: Air ambulance and police chopper now operating out of new Almondsbury base

Page 30: Parkway to Temple Meads line closed until Sunday 18th November

Page 32: Local lad takes gold at taekwondo world champs

Page 33: Letter: Action needed to save Three Brooks lake

Page 35: New principal at Razzamataz Yate

Page 37: Great results for local Marie Curie fundraisers

Page 39: Tuning up for the festive season!

Page 41: More delays mean McDonald’s application will now be assessed under council’s new procedures

Page 42: Saturday morning ‘code club’ in Bradley Stoke

Page 43: Wheatfield School grounds workday doubles as 20th anniversary celebration

October 2018

October 2018 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.

Pages 2 & 3: Driver shortages blamed for T1 bus cancellations

Page 3: MetroBus IPoints now due in November

Page 4: Decision day edging closer for McDonald’s and Starbucks plans

Page 5: Delay may benefit golf course homes scheme

Pages 6 & 7: Milestone reached as Willow Brook turns ten!

Pages 8 & 9: Partnership working brings wildlife garden to MS Therapy Centre

Pages 10 & 11: Decisions expected soon on plans to build 1,600 new homes between Stoke Gifford & Hambrook

Page 13: Electrification work continues apace during three-week closure of Parkway

Page 15: Major police operation sees Eastville serious assault suspect arrested in Bradley Stoke

Pages 16 & 17: Busy times in the Three Brooks nature reserve

Page 19: Summer set to return to Willow Brook Centre

Page 20: BS Ladies FC off to a flying start in new season

Page 21: Trench of Somme shrouds installation at Aerospace Bristol

Page 22: Is a 30mph limit right for the new by-pass?

Page 23: Local RBL members make historic pilgrimage

Pages 24 & 25: Grand opening of Stoke Gifford Toy Library

Page 26: Massive 4-storey shipping container block proposed near Patchway Station

Page 27: Scouts brave the rain on September camp

Pages 28 & 29: Community radio station celebrates five years of broadcasting on FM

Page 30: Specsavers fun day marks state-of-the-art store refit

Page 33: New Filton delicatessen offers treats for all

Page 34: Local historian remembered through naming of new street

Page 35: Beginners’ running course starting soon

Page 36: Nursery supports local foodbank

Page 37: Council gives reasons for lane changes on A38

Page  39:  Seeking alumni for Kumon’s 20th anniversary celebrations!

Page 40: September update from Jack Lopresti MP

Page 42: Friends of Meade Park group revived

September 2018

September 2018 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.

Page 3: Former mayor resigns from Tory party amid allegations of bullying

Pages 4 & 5: Bradley Stoke crime rate hit highest level for five years in June

Page 6: MetroBus adds new service and enhances M3

Page 7: Planning permission secured for replacement railway bridge

Page 9: Drive Vauxhall extends sponsorship of BSYFC girls’ teams

Pages 10 & 11: Local art group joins painted pebble craze

Page 13: Impressive set of Post-16 exam results at BSCS

Pages 14 & 15: First boss reveals options for the 73 bus service in the MetroBus era

Page 17: New bus lane cameras go live in the Stokes

Page 18: Construction starts on new £5.6m primary school

Pages 20 & 21: St Michael’s Centre to begin hosting events for the wider community

Page 23: Three-week railway closure set to cause disruption for residents and passengers

Page 24: New monthly Journal magazine for Stoke Gifford and Little Stoke to start in October

Pages 26 & 27: Once-in-a-lifetime Wembley experience

Pages 28 & 29: Bradley Stoke in Bloom 2018 Best Front Garden competition: The winners

Page 30: Your local RBL branch needs YOU!

Page 31: Stokes Singers: Refreshed and ready to go!

Page 34: Anorexia survivor set to stretch fundraising efforts to new limits

Page 37: Another year of “excellent” GCSE results at BSCS

Page 38: Memorial benches unveiled at bowls club

Page 39: Pro footballer returns to former school to open new play area

Page 41: Double graduation celebrations at Little Acorns

Page 42: Bradley Stoke pickleball group celebrates first anniversary

Page 45: North Bristol’s newest hotel nears completion

Page 47: Little Stoke Scouts learn ‘skills for life’ on camp

Page 51: An update from Jack Lopresti MP

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