Photo of participants in the junior scooter category of the skate park competition.

Spectacular skate park skills and ‘have-a-go’ art sessions return to festival

By Graham Baker, town council youth development worker. In recent years, the Bradley Stoke Community Festival has seen our town council youth work team and local young people work together to organise an extremely successful two-day package of activities. Saturday saw the return of our popular street art workshops and the King Ramps skate half-pipe, with ‘have-a-go sessions’ and pro

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Street art zone at the 2018 Bradley Stoke Community Festival.

Skate park skills and creative arts return to community festival

During this year’s festival weekend, Bradley Stoke Town Council (BSTC) youth workers and local young people are repeating and enhancing the successful formula of recent years. The mix of skate park skills and creative arts will include competitions, demonstrations and have-a-go sessions at both the main Community Festival site (on Saturday 8th June) and at the skate park (on Sunday

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Range Barse event at the 2018 Bradley Stoke Community Festival.

Rang Barse powder paint event proves a hit

Event staged by the South Gloucestershire Asian Project (SGAP) gave festival-goers a chance to experience a fun Indian custom normally associated with celebrations surrounding the Hindu festival of Holi. A report by the organisers. The South Gloucestershire Asian Project (SGAP), in partnership with Bradley Stoke Town Council, organised Rang Barse, the Colour Fest, as part of the recent Bradley Stoke

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