Photo of Cllr Erica Williams presenting winner’s certificates to the pupils.

Primary school children presented with award for local litter pick

Children from St Mary’s Roman Catholic Primary School in Bradley Stoke have been presented with certificates and £300 for their school after winning a district-wide, litter pick competition. The competition was arranged by South Gloucestershire Council and funded through the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government’s High Street Community Clean-Up scheme. Every school in South Gloucestershire was provided with

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Photo of Andrea Devlin and her litter-picking “troops”.

Register now for the 2019 Spring Clean!

South Gloucestershire Council is once again calling on volunteers to help clean up their neighbourhoods by joining its annual Spring Clean initiative. This year’s campaign will run from Monday 11th February to Friday 10th May, when local groups, individuals, schools or town councils are invited to hold a litter pick of a targeted area in their community. A litter pick

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Bradley Stoke Green Gym's Big Spring Clean.

Another chance to join the ‘Big Spring Clean’

Bradley Stoke residents have another chance to “spring into action” this weekend, by participating in the Three Brooks Nature Conservation Group’s ‘Big Spring Clean’ on Saturday (5th April) between 10am and 12noon. The event provides another opportunity for local residents to help clean up their neighbourhood and open spaces and it follows hot on the heels of similar initiatives organised

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Community volunteers help MCO tackle litter

Volunteers from the Bradley Stoke community joined the Town Council’s litter picker Dave Dace in an end of summer ‘clean up’ last Saturday. Mr Dace, whose cumbersome official title is ‘Mobile Cleansing Operative’ (MCO), was joined by a number of  high profile volunteers including Mayor Mark Forsyth, Town Clerk David Chandler and the Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Filton and

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Weekend of community events ahead

Residents of Bradley Stoke have two opportunities to get involved in improving the local environment over the coming weekend. Saturday (10th October) sees the Big Clean Up, an end of summer clear up in Bradley Stoke and the Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve. Volunteers are asked to meet at 10am at the Jubilee Centre, Savages Wood Road, BS32 8HL [map].

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