Social Action Youth (SAY): Graffiti project at Patchway Common Skate Park.

Social action: Young people making a difference in their communities

After the success of their first wave of social action projects in South Gloucestershire, Southern Brooks Community Partnership (SBCP) has started its second wave of ‘Social Action’ mentor recruitment, focusing on young people in the local area. They are training students from schools in Patchway and Bradley Stoke as mentors, who will take on the role to inspire younger students

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Council survey asks: How do you feel about living in Bradley Stoke?

A survey launched this week aims to find out how people feel about living in Bradley Stoke, whether residents are satisfied with existing community facilities/activities and whether there is a need for any new community groups or activities to be developed for the town. The consultation is being carried out by Southern Brooks Community Partnership (SBCP) on behalf of Bradley

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Programme of events for International Women’s Day announced

Southern Brooks Community Partnership (SBCP) has announced its programme of events to celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day (IWD)  in the Bradley Stoke, Filton, Patchway and Stoke Gifford areas. Events will run from Monday 5th March to Friday 16th March and include coffee mornings, poetry readings and workshops on topics ranging from photography and painting to self defence and even

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Community partnership delivers baskets of good cheer

Families from across North Bristol are set to benefit after a successful hamper appeal by Southern Brooks Community Partnership. The charity asked schools, churches and residents to donate non-perishable foods and small gifts to make up hampers for local people who struggle financially at Christmas time. Speaking about the appeal, Corrina Wood, Family Intervention Manger at Southern Brooks Community Partnership,

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Skate park competition re-arranged for Sunday

Bradley Stoke’s annual skate park competition, originally scheduled for the Community Festival weekend but postponed due to bad weather, is to take place this coming Sunday (26th June). Organised by the youth workers of Southern Brooks Community Partnership, the event will take place alongside Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre from 12 noon to 4pm. Contests for BMX, skateboard, micro-scooters and roller

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