South Gloucestershire Council.

Area Forum to consider £250,000 worth of grant applications from Bradley Stoke

Bradley Stoke community projects could benefit by almost a quarter of a million pounds if decisions go their way at a meeting of South Gloucestershire Council’s (SGC’s) Southern Brooks Area Forum in Stoke Gifford on Tuesday night (25th February). The largest application, for funding from the forum’s New Homes Bonus allocation, is for £225,000 towards the cost of creating a “new, bespoke

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Have your say at community meetings this week

Local residents have the chance to voice their opinions on matters affecting the local area at two public meetings this week. The Bradley Stoke Safer and Stronger Community Group (SSCG) meets tonight (Monday 13th May) at the Jubilee Centre in Savages Wood Road (7pm start, agenda). SSCGs influence how services are delivered locally, establish longer-term plans to improve areas, help

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Area Forum to discuss grants for two Bradley Stoke community groups

A meeting of the Southern Brooks Area Forum in Patchway this evening (Tuesday 4th September) will discuss grant applications from two Bradley Stoke organisations. Area Forums, organised by South Gloucestershire Council (SGC), give local people the opportunity to talk about issues and concerns that affect their neighbourhoods. They champion local needs and aspirations and gather the views of residents about

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Limited success for local transport schemes at area forum

Proposals for a number of road safety improvement schemes around Bradley Stoke achieved limited success when they were discussed at a recent meeting of South Gloucestershire Council’s Southern Brooks Area Forum. Seven Bradley Stoke schemes were competing for a share of the £50k pot available, along with other proposals from Filton, Patchway, Stoke Gifford and Winterbourne. In the end, just

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Area Forum to consider local transport schemes

A public meeting in Bradley Stoke on Tuesday night (29th November) will see Councillors decide how to spend the area’s allocation of £50k for local transport schemes. The meeting of South Gloucestershire Council’s (SGC’s) Southern Brooks Area Forum, at the Jubilee Centre (7pm start) will consider a total of 28 potential schemes, proposed by residents, Councils, Councillors and schools. Seven

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