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School Christmas production at St Chad's Primary School (Year 2): ‘Prickly Hay’

"Keeping the stable clean and the hay fresh for all the animals is a smelly old job for Sam, the young stable boy. No one seems to notice his hard work and it's making Sam feel very insignificant. His ever-faithful friend, Shrew, tries to keep his spirits up, but Sam is finding it hard to feel important at all."

"However, as the crowds gather in Bethlehem for the census and the inns fill up, some very special visitors are shown to Sam's stable and gradually, as the miraculous events of the night unfold, Sam starts to realise his worth with a little help from Shrew!"

[From our January magazine, page 20]

#JournalPhoto #InOurCommunity #Christmas2018
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12 hours ago

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JOB ALERT: Bradley Stoke Town Council is seeking a Leisure Assistant/Caretaker (Zero hours contract/Bank)

Duties include monitoring and securing the buildings and grounds, rooms cleaned and prepared for hire, working on each site as required.

Hourly Rate: £8.82 – £9.16 per hour

Closing date for applications: Friday 25th January 2019

More details: www.bradleystokejournal.co.uk/jobs/#bstc

For more local vacancies, visit North Bristol Jobs on Twitter: twitter.com/NthBristolJobs

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16 hours ago

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If you've been on the M1 MetroBus, you'll have heard Fran (assuming the stop announcement system was working)…

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"Bristolian and proud!" 🗣
Who wouldn’t love living here with this accent on our buses!🚌
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Agenda for this evening's Community Engagement Forum at Baileys Court Activity Centre (7pm).

Minutes of last meeting: council.southglos.gov.uk/documents/s102098/CEFMinutesBradleyStoke27918v2.docx.pdf

Updates on issues raised at last meeting: council.southglos.gov.uk/documents/s103493/UpdateonissuesfromCEFinSeptember2018.docx.pdf

"Community Engagement Forums (CEFs), previously known as Safer and Stronger Community Groups, are about listening and responding to local people’s real issues. People in their communities know best what works for them and what their real needs are. This group covers Bradley Stoke, Stoke Lodge and The Common (east of A38)."

More info: www.southglos.gov.uk/community-and-living/stronger-communities/community-engagement-forums/
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What's On in Bradley Stoke - Thursday 17th January 2019

10.30am - 12.00pm Community Coffee & Cake at Brook Way Activity Centre.

1.00pm - 2.30pm Bradley Stoke Breastfeeding Support Group meets at Bowsland Green Primary School.

7.00pm Community Engagement Forum at Baileys Court Activity Centre. This group covers Bradley Stoke, Stoke Lodge and The Common (east of A38).

More details: www.bradleystokejournal.co.uk/whats-on/

Regular Thursday events: www.bradleystokejournal.co.uk/whats-on/#thursdays

To get your event included in our What's On listings, email events@bradleystokejournal.co.uk
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We're looking for contributions to the FEBRUARY issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal magazine. If you (or a group / organisation / business / school you are associated with) have something you think would be of interest, please PM this page, phone 01454 300 400 or email info@bradleystokejournal.co.uk

We're looking for: articles, event reports, future events (what’s on 3rd February to 3rd March), news in brief items, photos, readers’ letters etc.

The copy deadline is next Monday, 21st January. We look forward to hearing from you.

The Bradley Stoke Journal magazine is delivered to ALL 8,700 homes in Bradley Stoke. An additional 500 copies are placed at public locations in Almondsbury, Bradley Stoke, Little Stoke, Patchway, Stoke Lodge, Stoke Gifford and Winterbourne.

Total MONTHLY* distribution: 9,200 copies

We're proud to be Bradley Stoke’s ONLY locally edited community newspaper.

#hyperlocal #community #news #BS32

* Eleven issues per year. No magazine in August.
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2 days ago

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Good luck to all local groups who made it through to the final judging round of the Aviva Community Fund competition.Forget Brexit... Today, the judges at the Aviva Community Fund begin deliberations on who to award the community grant money to! 😨

We were top of the votes in our category with an amazing 10,894 votes cast - but now the future of the community MUGA is in the hands of a panel of 96 judges in London over the next 3 days. 🙏🏼

Please press like if you're as desperate as us to find out who the winner is?! 👍🏼

#bradleystoke #AvivaCommunityFund #AvivaCommunityFundUK #aviva #WheatfieldMUGA
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What's On in Bradley Stoke - Wednesday 16th January 2019

10.00am - 12.00pm Citizens Advice Bureau Drop-In Session at the Jubilee Centre. No appointment necessary.

7.00pm Bradley Stoke Town Council meets at the Jubilee Centre. The public are welcome to attend. Come along and have your say during the 15-minute 'public questions' session at the start of the meeting. Agenda: bit.ly/bstcfull

A little further afield…

10.00am - 12.30pm Café Church at Amberley Road Baptist Church, Stoke Lodge. Community cafe with drinks and light snacks at reasonable prices. Small soft play area and toys to keep the children occupied.

More details: www.bradleystokejournal.co.uk/whats-on/

Regular Wednesday events: www.bradleystokejournal.co.uk/whats-on/#wednesdays

To get your event included in our What's On listings, email events@bradleystokejournal.co.uk
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It's now over a week since the M1 MetroBus service started.

We'd like to hear your views on the new service, particularly if you've used it, but also if you've considered using it but decided not to, for whatever reason.

How do you rate the ticketing system and information displays? Is the service punctual and reliable? Are the fares reasonable?

If you're a regular bus user, have you switched to M1 from the 73, X73 (now T3) or T1 or are you still using the other services (and if so, why)?

If you still use the 73 service, how has this been since its frequency was reduced?

Please share your views by leaving a comment on this post and using the 'like' (etc.) buttons.

The M1 MetroBus runs every 10 minutes between approx 6am and midnight Monday to Saturday and every 20 minutes between approx 9am and midnight on Sundays and public holidays.

For route, ticket and timetable information, visit www.bradleystokejournal.co.uk/public-transport/bus-services/m1-metrobus/

Photo: The first-ever timetabled M1 MetroBus arrives in Bradley Stoke on Sunday 6th January 2019.

#MetroBusService #BSJPhoto #InOurCommunity
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4 days ago

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School Christmas productions at Holy Family Primary School, Stoke Lodge

[From our January magazine, pages 20 & 21]

#JournalPhoto #InOurCommunity #Christmas2018
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All aboard the ‘wellness train’ at Willow Brook!

Business collaboration brings FREE gym pass offer

[From our January magazine, page 28]

During the month of January, Willow Brook Clinic and Anytime Fitness are collaborating to make your 2019 health and wellbeing goals a reality. With both businesses being conveniently located at the Willow Brook Centre in Bradley Stoke, they are dedicated to helping members of the surrounding communities climb aboard the ‘wellness train’ and giving them the tools they need to stay on board.

Every patient attending an appointment at Willow Brook Clinic during the month of January will receive a one-day free trial pass for Anytime Fitness.

That means that whatever your reason for visiting Willow Brook Clinic – a painful shoulder, a sore back, a problem with your feet or a relaxing massage – you will have a chance to attend Anytime Fitness for a day and see how much the gym can offer you.

Lewis Erskine, manager at Anytime Fitness says: “This is a great opportunity to start January in a positive way. Make sure you are physically well by seeing a healthcare practitioner at the Willow Brook Clinic and then come into Anytime Fitness to improve your fitness. Our friendly, professional staff are trained to help you along your fitness journey, no matter how much support you need.”

“We offer a welcoming club and have a supportive member community. No matter what your level of fitness is, we can help you to improve.”

Karen Ferguson, practice manager at Willow Brook Clinic echoes that this is a great opportunity for the community to dust off the December cobwebs and get January off to a great start. Karen says: “At Willow Brook Clinic we strive to help our patients get well and stay well. This collaborative opportunity with Anytime Fitness means that every patient we see in January will have a chance to do just that. At Willow Brook Clinic we offer a wide range of services from chiropractic to foot health, physiotherapy to massage.”

“We have recently introduced pelvic and women’s health physiotherapy to our clinic. We have a clinical hypnotherapist and a clinical psychologist working at the clinic. Together we can help you get well and stay well.”

If you are thinking about making 2019 your year to be a healthier better you, make any appointment at Willow Brook Clinic during January to sort out your aches and pains and take advantage of this fantastic opportunity at Anytime Fitness.

Photo: Lewis Erskine, manager of Anytime Fitness Bradley Stoke with Karen Ferguson, practice manager at Willow Brook Clinic

www.willowbrookclinic.co.uk

www.anytimefitness.co.uk/gyms/uk-0009/bristol-bradley-stoke-england-bs32-8bs/

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What's On in Bradley Stoke - Monday 14th January 2019

9.00am - 11.30am Refresh Café at Bradley Stoke Evangelical Church.

9.00am - 11.00am Pickleball at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre. Everybody welcome – no upper age limit.

10.45am - 11.15am Baby Rhyme Time at Bradley Stoke Library.

6.30pm Bristol Small Business Forum meets at BizSpace Bristol, Equinox South, Great Park Road.

A little further afield…

10.00am - 12.30pm Café Church at Amberley Road Baptist Church, Stoke Lodge. Community cafe with drinks and light snacks at reasonable prices. Small soft play area and toys to keep the children occupied.

More details: www.bradleystokejournal.co.uk/whats-on/

Regular Monday events: www.bradleystokejournal.co.uk/whats-on/#mondays

To get your event included in our What's On listings, email events@bradleystokejournal.co.uk
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Khushi’s dream visit to the UN through karate

Fourteen-year-old Khushi Ashwin, who lives in Bradley Stoke, is one of 25 young adults from around the world who have been selected to speak at a special conference on global sustainable development being held at the United Nations in New York in February 2019…

[From our January magazine, page 16]

Read the full story on the Bradley Stoke Journal website: www.bradleystokejournal.co.uk/2019/01/13/khushis-dream-visit-united-nations-karate/

or in the online version of our magazine: issuu.com/bradleystokejournal/docs/bsj-2019-01-issuu/16

Photo: Khushi at her Bradley Stoke home, holding a poster showing the 17 UN sustainable development goals on which the 1M1B programme is based.
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School Christmas production at Meadowbrook Primary School (Reception): ‘A Wriggly Nativity’

"Our Nativity brings the traditional story to life, in a fun filled wriggly way! The children get to wriggle and sing the whole way through whilst telling the story of Christmas."

[From our January magazine, page 20]

#JournalPhoto #InOurCommunity #Christmas2018
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A Bradley Stoke nursery is celebrating success in achieving Millie’s Mark accreditation, a special endorsement to childcare providers who go above and beyond the minimum requirements by having 100 percent of staff trained in paediatric first aid…

[From our January magazine]

Read the full story on the Bradley Stoke Journal website: www.bradleystokejournal.co.uk/2019/01/11/gold-standard-paediatric-first-aid-bradley-stoke-nursery/

or in the online version of our magazine, on page 23: issuu.com/bradleystokejournal/docs/bsj-2019-01-issuu/23

Photo: Staff and children at the Mama Bear’s Day Nursery setting at Baileys Court.
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