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July/August 2017

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July/August 2017 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.
Pages 2 to 5: Stars of the Stokes Awards for 2017 

Page 6: Summer Reading Challenge for 2017

Page 7: SGC hit by a further £2.8 million overspend on MetroBus build

Page 8: It’s back! The South Gloucestershire Show returns in 2017 for a weekend filled with more family fun!

Page 9: Busy month for the Bradley Stoke Lions

Pages 10 & 11: Dismay as vandals spoil ‘in Bloom’ efforts

Page 13: Martin calls it a day after eleventh festival

Page 13: Update on the Aztec West Roundabout / A38 Widening Scheme

Pages 14 & 15: MetroBus construction: June progress report

Page 15: Patchway Community College awarded multi-million pound investment

Pages 16 & 17: Exciting programme planned for Carnival Day on 26th August

Pages 18 & 19: Ring Road traffic hell set to start in late July

Pages 22 & 23: Bradley Stoke Youth FC Festival of Football

Pages 24 & 25: Last year’s winners come out top again in the ever-popular Bradley Stoke 10k

Pages 24 & 25: Young people get involved with festival

Page 31: South Glos Council to debate Hatchet Road bus lane petition

Pages 32 & 33: Three Brooks nature reserve report for June

Page 37: Summer concert success for Stokes Singers

Page 39: Prize draw winner Emma receives her Anytime Fitness membership key

Page 40: Meadowbrook and BSCS primary schools celebrate achievement of quality award

Page 41: Four-week railway closure from mid-August

Page 43: FREE summer play scheme for 5 to 11 year-olds starts on 31st July at BSCS

June 2017

June 2017 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.Page 3: Mayor presents end of term charity cheques

Page 4 & 5: Local art group stages competition inspired by Filton’s aviation heritage

Page 6: Tyres slashed on seven vehicles in one night

Page 7: Hatchet Road petition presented to council

Pages 8 & 9: Nature conservation group report for May

Page 11: MetroBus roadworks extended (again) to August

Page 13: Boeing flies in to BSCS

Page 15: School’s parental engagement earns national award

Pages 16 & 17: MetroBus build: May progress report

Pages 18 & 19: General Election: Candidates in Filton & Bradley Stoke

Page 20: Babyballet stars take to the stage at BSCS

Pages 22 & 23: Town council marks 25th anniversary

Pages 24 & 25: Bradley Stoke Community Festival (9th to 11th June)

Page 27: Festival skate park and street art events

Page 31: Best season yet for junior netballers

Page 32: Local firm supports Wild Place ‘Colour a Cheetah’ competition

Page 33: Winterbourne’s Tim Bowles is new Metro Mayor

Page 34: Weekly lunch club provides cheer for over-55s

Page 35: Grant for local disability tennis group

Page 36 & 37: Weekly recycling starts 19th June, but new sorting rules criticised

Page 38: BSNC: The friendly club for all abilities and ages

Page 39: Employees from local firms lend a hand at MS Therapy Centre in Wheatfield Drive

Page 41: Meet the new mayor: Councillor Andy Ward

May 2017

May 2017 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.Page 3: Weekly recycling collections to start in June

Pages 4 & 5: Parkrun charging row: Government paper critical of parish council

Pages 6 & 7: Bradley Stoke in Bloom April update

Page 8: Win a year’s free gym membership at Anytime Fitness in Bradley Stoke … and worldwide!

Page 9: Revised planning application for Filton Airfield

Page 9: Town council grants awarded in April

Page 10: Medals galore for distance swimmers

Page 10: Blooming Great Tea Party

Page 11: Sponsorship brings new kit for BSYFC girls

Pages 14 & 15: Hatchet Road petition closes in on target

Page 16: Lions Club on the look out for… a lion!

Page 18: MetroBus construction: April progress report

Page 19: Ladies’ team on the lookout for new recruits

Pages 20 & 21: Fruits of community art project installed at new skate park

Page 23: MetroBus overspend will lead to poorer roads

Page 27: Trainee Norland Nanny returns to former school

Page 28: Tesco staff chip in to sponsor BSYFC U16 Girls

Page 30: Tesco staff help out at local Forest School

Page 33: MetroBus operator announcement delayed (again)

Page 34: Citizens Advice comes to Stoke Gifford

Page 37: August carnival update

April 2017

April 2017 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine. Page 3: Metro Mayor election on 4th May

Pages 4 & 5: Group formed to “Save Hatchet Road” from “white elephant” MetroBus scheme

Page 6: Trench Lane Boot Sale starts 7th May

Page 7: Jubilee Green volunteer group faces uncertain future as trustees step down

Page 8: Ofsted report sees Wheatfield step up a grade

Page 9: MP discusses Bradley Stoke burglaries with police inspector and residents

Page 10: Family bike ride & quiz on Easter Sunday

Pages 10 & 11: Sea Harrier airlifted to new museum site

Page 11: Historic Bristol car joins aircraft exhibits

Page 13: Church’s new stained glass window makes a big impression

Page 14: MetroBus construction: March progress report

Page 15: Stoke Gifford By-Pass – Due to open September 2017

Page 17: Woodcraft Folk have been busy bees

Pages 18, 19 & 20: South Gloucestershire honours unsung heroes

Page 21: Local volunteers sought to help scrutinise use of police powers

Page 23: Fantastic first year for Barnardo’s in Stoke Gifford

Pages 24 – 26: Nominations for Stars of the Stokes 2017

Page 27: Young at Heart Club bags £2,000 Tesco grant

Page 29: Parkway Station railway upgrade work moves to next phase

Page 33: Birdwatchers’ anger as berry trees felled

Page 35: Nature reserve tunnelling work due to start this month

Page 37: Wheatfield parent wins PlayPod funding from Greencore Dragons

Page 38: NFHP MetroBus launch date slips by a month

Page 39: Local sewing expert’s charity work for Needles, Hooks, Angels and Preemies

Page 41: Three Brooks nature group report for March

Page 42: School invites all to Easter Egg Hunt

Page 42: Amateur radio club seeks new members

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