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October 2020

October 2020 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.

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

Page 3: Work starts on Hatchet Road MetroBus stops

Pages 4 & 5: New rail bridge set to be installed this month

Page 6: Latest update on health and care services in our area

Page 7: Council’s appeal for everyone to play their part in stemming the rise in coronavirus cases

Pages 8 & 9: Recap: The Cribbs Patchway MetroBus Extension (CPME)

Page 10: Roadworks in the Stokes: Plenty more to come!

Page 11: Goats due back at Parkway North in October

Pages 12 & 13: Airfield’s first new homes reach full height

  • Story will appear soon on the PJ website
  • Brabazon (YTL)

Page 14: Autumn events at Winterbourne Barn

Page 15: Introducing Bradley Stoke Zero Carbon Community Group

Pages 16 & 17: Girls, come and play football with BSYFC!

Pages 18 & 19: The scarecrows are coming to town!

Pages 20 & 21: Bowsland’s Covid-19 ‘happiness snake’ finds a new home at Willow Brook

Page 23: News from Bradley Stoke Bowls Club

Page 25: Woodland paths set for improvement

Page 27: Bradley Stoke Lions: The sleigh must go on!

Page 28: Trenches dug to inform replacement tree planting programme

Page 29: Bradley Stoke Library reopens for browsing

Page 31: New bus routes and timetables introduced

Page 32: A chance to find out more about the NHS Nightingale Hospital on our doorstep

Page 33: Rabbit Roundabout improvements: Completion date slips into October

Pages 34 & 35: Volvo car dealership to open at Horizon 38

  • Story will appear soon on the FJ website
  • Horizon 38

Page 36: Tech wristbands launched to help protect people with dementia

Page 37: Legal e-scooter trial expected to start soon

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September 2020

September 2020 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.

Page 3: Rabbit Roundabout works nearing completion

Pages 4 & 5: Summer roadworks “lock-in” for the Stokes

Page 6: Library open again with pre-bookable services

Page 7: BSCS reports another set of “strong outcomes” in Post-16 results

Pages 8 & 9: Gipsy Patch Lane roadworks to last another TWO YEARS

Pages 10 & 11: Every step matters for the Sole Sisters runners

Pages 12 & 13: Advance booking now available on T1 bus service

Pages 14 & 15: Residents, schools and businesses invited to enter mayor’s autumn half-term charity scarecrow trail

Page 16: Local mum’s new role supporting families of children with heart conditions

Page 17: Young footballers back in training at new base

Pages 18 & 19: Bradley Stoke in Bloom report for August

Pages 20 & 21: Bradley Stoke in Bloom 2020 Best Front Garden competition: The winners

Page 22: Summer fun at Abacus Pre-School Baileys Court

Page 23: Ladies’ football teams ready for new season

Page 24: “Fantastic” GCSE results for BSCS students

Page 25: Looking after your body is more important than ever… Here’s why

Page 26: Book now for FREE Heritage Open Day tours of Winterbourne Medieval Barn

Page 27: Local tennis club bags top coach

Page 28: Parkway Bridge Covid-19 scheme set for review

Page 29: Metro mayor launches cycling and walking campaign

Page 31: South Glos Tories push forward with plan to ban takeaways near schools

Page 33: Lions group continues support of local charities

Page 35: Bradley Stoke bowlers back on the green

Page 35: Local girl reaches national pageant final

Page 36: Coronavirus research in Bristol gets £44k boost from public donations

  • Story will appear soon on the BSJ website
  • Covid-19 research (Southmead Hospital Charity)
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July/August 2020July/August 2020 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.

Pages 2 & 3: Coronavirus lockdown in Bradley Stoke

Pages 4 & 5: Plans go in for Aldi, Premier Inn and Costa drive-through at Fox Den Road, Stoke Gifford

Pages 6 & 7: Rail bridge installation delayed until autumn

Pages 8 & 9: Prints of local student’s ‘hero’ word art drawing now available to order

Pages 10 & 11: Roundabout work set to finish 3 months early

Page 12: Council pulls A4174 ‘social distancing’ lane closure scheme after just five days

Page 13: Traffic lights installed at Parkway Bridge to support easier ‘social distancing’

Pages 14 & 15: Nature reserve a great asset during lockdown

Pages 16 & 17: Bradley Stoke in Bloom summer 2020 update

Page 18: Stone ‘happiness snake’ just keeps on growing!

Pages 19-22: South Gloucestershire Council advertising feature: Getting back on our feet

Page 23: Meet the new mayor: Cllr Tony Griffiths

Page 24: A wonderful option for retirement in Easter Compton

Page 25: VE Day carnival rearranged for May 2021

Page 26: Rainbows keeping busy in challenging times

Page 27: MP’s Column: Protecting local jobs and our world leading manufacturing capability in aerospace

Page 29: Change of hands for Bright Sparks pre-schools

Page 31: Abbey Wood owners submit plans for Travelodge hotel and Greggs drive-through

Page 32: Filton airfield arena could open by 2023

Page 34: State-of-the-art GKN technology centre completed at Horizon 38 business park

Page 35: Funds allocated for Brook Way resurfacing

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March 2020

March 2020 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.

Pages 2 & 3: Greenfield housing site sold for £38 million

Pages 5, 6 & 7: Gipsy Patch Lane: 8-month full road closure set to start on 5th March

Pages 8 & 9: Frustration over Parkway ‘MetroBus’ works

Page 10: More speed calming measures coming soon to Stoke Lane, despite public opposition

Page 11: Costly by-election set to see around 6,700 voters called to the polls in Bradley Stoke South ward

Page 13: Earth Hour 2020 to be marked in Bradley Stoke

Page 14: Year 6 pupils learn ‘skills for life’ at Bristol centre

Page 15: Local event to celebrate culture and diversity

  • Story will appear soon on the BSJ website

Pages 16 & 17: Lake desilting project: Further details released

Page 18: Local authority earmarks £30k of funding to support community events marking 75th anniversary of VE Day

Pages 19, 20 & 21: Stars of the Stokes

Page 22: Reader’s letter: Decision to desilt Three Brooks Lake applauded

  • Letter will appear soon on the BSJ website

Page 23: School’s new play equipment officially opened

Pages 24 & 25: Marketing suite opens for first of 2,600+ new homes coming to the Stokes

Pages 26 & 27: Roundabout work sees 200 tonnes of material removed in first six weeks

Page 28: South Glos council tax to rise by 3.99 percent

Page 31: West of England transport plan for period to 2036 set for adoption

Page 32: Letter: What are they doing to our town centre?

Page 33: Henry’s badge challenge benefits the homeless

Page 34: Proposals for veterans’ advice service given green light by councillors

  • Story will appear soon on the BSJ website

Page 36: Volunteers sought for Great Daffodil Appeal

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February 2020

February 2020 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.

Page 3: End of the road for Stoke Gifford Co-op store

Pages 4, 5 & 6: Roundabout roadworks bring delays of up to 40min

Pages 6 & 7: Bus boss critical of roadworks planning

Pages 8, 9 & 10: Councillors’ decision overturned: McDonald’s and Starbucks drive-throughs allowed on appeal

Pages 12 & 13: Bridge replacement still on track for Easter despite piling delays

Pages 14 & 15: Council finds £250k to pay for lake desilting

Pages 16 & 17: Conservation group report for January

Pages 18 & 19: Local residents in training for 110-mile cancer charity walk

Pages 20 & 21: Hundreds attend Butty’s memorial match at BSCS

Page 23: Appeal for information following burglaries in Stoke Gifford, Little Stoke and Stoke Lodge

Pages 24 & 25: Work starts on first new homes on airfield site

Page 27: Councillor’s resignation could trigger costly by-election

Page 28: New orchestra on the lookout for members

Page 29: Bradley Stoke primary school children presented with award for local litter pick

Page 31: Potholed Bradley Stoke road to be resurfaced

Pages 32 & 33: Local mum and son team become published authors

Page 35: ‘In Bloom’ volunteers plant 120 young trees

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