Walkers urged to raise funds for NACC

On Sunday 17th May at 1pm walkers from across the South West and Wales will meet at the Town Square, Willow Brook Centre, Bradley Stoke, for a spring walk in aid of NACC, the leading Colitis and Crohn’s Disease patients’ charity. The route will take walkers through the Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve following the Three Brooks Way and will

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This weekend in Bradley Stoke

Friday (31st October) sees a performance of “Spoonface Steinberg” at Bradley Stoke Community School (7pm start). The event is intended to raise the profile of the performing arts within Bradley Stoke, an aim of the school since it was designated a Performing Arts and Languages College in September 2008. The play is suitable for children over 10 years of age.

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New town centre to be called “Willow Brook”

The judging panel tasked with selecting a name for Bradley Stoke’s new town centre development has chosen “Willow Brook” as the best suggestion submitted in a public competition jointly organised by Bradley Stoke Town Council and Tesco. The competition was held after a remarkable U-turn by Tesco, which had previously insisted on using the name “The Brooks Centre“, despite having

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Bowel disease charity to benefit from new Mayor’s fundraising

Bradley Stoke’s newly elected Mayor, Robert Jones, has chosen the National Association for Colitis and Crohn’s Disease (NACC) as the organisation to benefit from his charitable fundraising efforts during his year in office. Last year’s Mayor, Julian Barge, raised £5823 for his his two chosen charities – the Bristol Urological Prostate Cancer Appeal and the Nicola Corry Support Foundation. The

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