Bradley Stoke Mayor Roger Avenin attends a Holi celebration.

Mayor attends Holi festival in Bradley Stoke

Town Mayor Roger Avenin recently attended a community event to mark ‘Holi‘ in Bradley Stoke. The South Gloucestershire Asian Project had utilised publicly available backing from Bradley Stoke Town Council’s grant funding, which supports non-profit organisations and community groups. The Mayor was invited along with other councillors to partake in the event. Cllr Avenin commented: “I would like to publicly thank the South Gloucestershire

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Bus changes set to be discussed at Area Forum

Town Councillors have urged residents concerned by proposed changes to bus services in Bradley Stoke to attend tonight’s Southern Brooks Area Forum meeting in Filton. Residents attending last week’s Town Council Planning Committee meeting were advised that the changes were a commercial decision by the operator, Wessex Connect, and not South Gloucestershire Council (SGC). Protests by bus users and Journal

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Local organisations in line for share of £23k grant fund

A number of clubs and organisations that operate in Bradley Stoke will tonight (Tuesday 31st) learn the fate of grant applications made to South Gloucestershire Council’s Southern Brooks Area Forum. The Forum, which has £23k to allocate from its Capital Grant Funding scheme, has received 17 applications totalling £37k. Organisations with Bradley Stoke links that have applied for funding include

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Area forum to decide on £29k of grant funding

A meeting of the Southern Brooks Area Forum this evening (Tuesday 2nd March) will allocate funding of £29,220 to a selection of projects proposed by local voluntary organisations under the Small Grant Scheme. A total of 27 applications have been received, from organisations which include:  Four Towns Play Association (£3,000 for equipment, staff training and publicity), Three Brooks Nature Conservation

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Town Council confirms financial support for local groups

The Finance Committee of Bradley Stoke Town Council considered applications for funding from local organisations and community groups at its recent December meeting. Organisations having their existing service level agreements confirmed were: Bradley Stoke Town FC & Bradley Stoke Youth FC (£1,945) Three Brooks Nature Conservation Group (£1500) Four Towns and Vale Link Community Transport (£2,764) Victim Support Avonvale (£848)

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