January 2020

January 2020 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.Pages 2 & 3: Plans submitted for airfield arena complex

Pages 4 & 5: Roundabout screens cost taxpayer £22,000

Pages 6 & 7: By-pass speed cameras detecting average of 42 offenders an hour

Pages 8 & 9: Replacement bridge takes shape as road closures loom

Page 11: Jack Lopresti re-elected for fourth term as MP

Pages 12 & 13: Roundabout roadworks to start in early January

Pages 14 & 15: M1 MetroBus service changes from 5th Jan

Erratum: The current (pre-5th Jan) off-peak daytime frequency of the M1 service is ‘every 12 minutes’, not ‘every 10 minutes’.

Page 16: Local young carers take a break at crafts event

Pages 18 & 19: Conservation group review of the year

Pages 20, 21 & 23: Primary school Christmas productions

Page 22: Street and hip-hop dance studio pupils excel at performing arts festival

Page 25: RHS Gold award for Bradley Stoke in Bloom

Page 28: Ofsted confirms Holy Trinity’s ‘good’ rating

Page 29: Mental Elf Run a resounding success

Page 30: Sole Sisters can get you running

Page 30: Olympus Trust consults on admissions policy

Page 31: Jubilee Centre ASB camera deployment ended after six months

Pages 32 & 33:Light pollution issue leads council to restrict opening hours of new car park

Page 34: Marie Curie fundraisers looking for new volunteers in 2020

Page 34: Council fireworks display to be ‘low noise’ in 2020

Page 35: Deciding on a New Year’s resolution? Why not join our choir – Stokes Singers?

Page 36: Prestigious award for Kumon Bradley Stoke Study Centre

November/December 2019November/December 2019 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.

Pages 2 & 3: Royal official opening for Almondsbury helibase

Pages 4 & 5: Gipsy Patch railway bridge works step up a gear

Page 7: Wheatfield’s new facilities officially opened

Pages 8 & 9: Local man bags first place at national modelling exhibition

Page 10: Local Poppy Appeal launched at Parkway

Pages 12 & 13: Huge growth for local Facebook group that supports families in need

Pages 14 & 15 BSCS recognised for student-led health and wellbeing work

Pages 16 & 17: Flooding brings renewed calls for lake dredging

Page 18: Success for Bradley Stoke gymnasts at SW Champs

Page 19: Scouts invite all to Remembrance parade and ceremony on Sunday 10th November

Pages 20 & 21: Great Stoke Roundabout improvement works to run concurrently with Gipsy Patch Lane closure

Page 22: Dunkley’s named top independent firm in SW

Page 23: Mama Bear’s Beth celebrates ten years service at childhood nursery in Bradley Stoke

Pages 24: Nursery’s new approach shows “immense impact”

Page 25: Hospice charity shop in need of more stock

Page 26: A tale of two camps

Page 29: New trains to run non-stop Parkway to Paddington

Page 31: New look for Ocean at Willow Brook

Page 32: Have your say on council’s 2020/21 budget proposals

Page 33: Autumn bus issues haven’t been solved

Pages 34 & 35: BSFYC U10 Blues at the FA Community Shield

October 2019

October 2019 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.

Page 2: Work set to start soon on Brook Way car park

Page 3: One Below discount store coming to Willow Brook

Pages 4 & 5: Green light for 763-home development at Harry Stoke

Page 7: Airfield transformation set to get under way

Pages 8 & 9: Latest on Gipsy Patch Lane railway bridge works

Page 10: Call for action as another bus strikes Parkway bridge

Page 12: Visibility screens installed at roundabout

Page 13: Bramble-munching goats return to Parkway

Pages 14 & 15: Bradley Stoke in Bloom autumn 2019 update

Page 17: Wise Owls welcome special visitors to the club

Page 18: Local building firm steps in to sponsor U12 girls

Page 19: Former mayor launches new political party

Pages 20 & 21: Bradley Stoke in Bloom 2019 Best Front Garden competition: The winners

Page 23: Parties submit cases in McDonald’s appeal

Page 24: Councils told to start again on strategic housing plan

Page 25: Might golf course homes scheme now resurface?

Page 26: Map of the Month: Parking restrictions in the Stokes

Page 27: BSCS: Realistically, how close do you have to live?

Page 28: Raise Christmas cheer in your Santa gear!

Page 29: North Fringe’s newest primary officially opened

Pages 32 & 33: Nature conservation group report for September

Page 34: Planning permission renewed on proposed £100m office complex

Page 35: Get ‘Mojo muddy’ in aid of your local school

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