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April 2019

Magazine stories will be published on the Journal websites from Tuesday 2nd April, so please keep checking back. Once a story is on the website, you will be able to leave comments.

April 2019 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.Page 3: Cameras used to aid bridge diversion planning

Page 4: Full approval granted for first batch of 278 airfield homes

Pages 6 & 7: McDonald’s and Starbucks drive-through plans refused for second time

Page 9: Replacement Sort It centre will be at Filton Viridor site

Pages 10 & 11: Vast £56m retirement complex officially opened in Stoke Gifford

Page 12 & 13: Trust CEO’s “lack of representation” gibe triggers schools minister visit

Page 14: Bowlers to support air ambulance

Page 15: Mixed reaction to Willow Brook Centre’s new speed bumps

Page 16: School kicks off 20th anniversary celebrations

Page 18: £600k scheme to get MetroBus into Parkway

Page 19: Community in shock as organiser of charity Christmas lights passes away

Pages 20 to 21: Stars of the Stokes

Page 23: Library exhibition to show local impact of WW2

Page 24: MetroBus: Has the ‘no lay-bys’ policy backfired?

Page 27: All change for local elections on 2nd May

Page 28: Mum launches petition for safer road crossing

Page 29: New play equipment coming to Jubilee park

Page 31: Spring singing with Stokes Singers

Page 33: Lots happening at 1st Bradley Stoke Scouts

Page 35: Council noticeboard is ten years late

Page 35: Trench Lane Boot Sale starts 7th April

Page 36: Two Stoke Gifford artists to exhibit on popular arts trail

March 2019

March 2019 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.Page 3: Tories pledge to replace Little Stoke Sort It centre

Page 4: Councillors and residents await revised plans for 763 homes at Harry Stoke

Pages 4 & 5: Housing minister makes flying visit to the Stokes

Pages 6 & 7: SGC committee refuses permission for McDonald’s & Starbucks drive-throughs

Page 9: Local schoolgirl speaks at United Nations (NY)

 Pages 10 & 11: Gipsy Patch Lane road closures to start months earlier than originally planned

Page 12: Disappointment at Stoke Lodge Ofsted verdict

Page 14: Bradley Stoke 10k Run sells out within 48hrs

Page 15: Platform ‘party’ celebrates railway upgrade

Pages 16 & 17: Have your say on roundabout improvement proposals

Page 18: ‘In Bloom’ volunteers give town a spring clean

Pages 19 to 22: Stars of the Stokes

Page 23: Council looks at bringing bin collections back in-house 

Page 24 & 25: Art group gives ‘God of the Three Brooks’ a face

Pages 26 & 27: Two local groups win Aviva community grants

Page 29: Primary pupils share research on local area

Page 31: Liberal Democrats select prospective candidate for Filton and Bradley Stoke

Page 32: Bradley Stoke nurse set to embark on 24-hour charity run

Page 33: Harry Potter event raises £200 for charity

Page 35: South Glos council tax to rise by 2.99 percent

Errata: Public consultation result mentioned in  paragraph 7 relates to the 2019/20 council tax, not 2018/19. Previous police precept increase of 6.6 percent was in 2018/19, not 2017/18

February 2019

February 2019 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.Pages 2 & 3: New year starts without a single PCSO in the Stokes

Pages 4 & 5: Local councillors win site inspection concession in row over McDonald’s and Starbucks plans

Pages 6 & 7: M1 MetroBus: 15 months late, but finally running

Page 8: Take advantage of Kumon’s two-week Free Trial

Page 9: Former Bradley Stoke mayor fined for breaching building rules

Page 11: GB Olympian supports Aldi store’s charity efforts

Pages 12 & 13: Received a ‘fine’ for driving through Bristol Parkway?

Pages 14 & 15: Positive start to the year for the Bradley Stoke in Bloom volunteers

Page 18: Jack Lopresti MP: News round up for January

Page 19: Play park equipment condemned as unsafe

Page 16: Petition launched to increase Stoke Gifford By-Pass speed limit

Page 21: Drop-in session to address concerns over revised plans for 763 homes at Harry Stoke

Pages 22 & 23: Conservation group update for January

Page 23: Business networking event at MS centre

Page 24: Register now for the 2019 Spring Clean!

Page 25: Opticians raise thousands for children’s cancer charity

Page 26: Time to nominate your local ‘community hero’

Page 27: Have you ever attended or worked at Wheatfield Primary?

Page 28: Local florist’s new online shop proves a hit

Page 29: New weekly toddler group in Stoke Lodge

Page 32: Charity lights fundraising target smashed!

Page 35: Paralympian trains councillors for mental health awareness ride

Page 36: New parking restrictions introduced at Co-op

January 2019

January 2019 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.Page 3: Council seeks new powers to combat dog waste littering

Pages 4 & 5: National TV poll ranks Watch Elm Close lights 2nd best in the UK

Page 6: MetroBus arrives but journey times disappoint

Page 7: M1 MetroBus service to start on 6th January

Page 8: Local resident offers support to parents with disabilities

Pages 10 & 11: Green light for 327 new homes and primary school on land just south of Bradley Stoke

Pages 12 & 13: Cost of replacement railway bridge rockets by at least £20m

Page 15: New petition launched against proposals for 2,000 homes at Woodlands Golf Course

Page 16: Khushi’s dream visit to the UN through karate

Page 17: Access concerns delay planning application for Patchway Lidl store

Page 18: FREE computing courses at local libraries

Page 19: Conservation group review of the year

Pages 20 & 21: Primary school Christmas productions

  • Hi-res photos available soon on Facebook and Flickr

Page 23: Gold standard in paediatric first aid for Bradley Stoke nursery

Page 24: New hotel on A38 aims to offer something for all

Page 25: NBRG ‘Couch to 5k’ – Mission accomplished!

Page 25: Beginners’ running courses starting in January 2019

Page 27: Volunteers frustrated by bureaucracy

Page 28: All aboard the ‘wellness train’ at Willow Brook!

Pages 30 & 31: Young Heart Hero, Calum Morris

Page 32: Aerospace firm to build multi-million pound technology centre on former East Works site

Page 33: Kumon Bradley Stoke marks 20th anniversary

Page 35: An update from Jack Lopresti MP

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

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

Page 35: Stokes Singers’ Christmas Concert

Page 36: Council consults on phasing out recycling bags

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