About Us

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The Bradley Stoke Journal has been the voice of Bradley Stoke since 2008.

We aim to bring you news and in-depth analysis of the important issues in the town.

Our website was originally founded to track the progress of the new town centre development in Bradley Stoke (now known as the Willow Brook Centre) but we now cover everything that’s going on in Bradley Stoke, including business news, charity events, politics, sports events and lots more.

If you have stories you would like us to cover, please get in touch via our Contact Us page.

Journal Banner at Baileys Court Cricket Pavilion

In order to cover hosting costs, the website carries a limited amount of local and national advertising.

The vast majority of our news articles are independently written but we do occasionally run sponsored articles for which we might receive payment from an advertiser (any such articles will be clearly identified as “sponsored”).

If you are interested in advertising on the website, please ask for our rate card through the Contact Us page.

Find out more about advertising on Bradley Stoke’s premier community news website.


This website is produced independently of Bradley Stoke Town Council, Tesco Stores Limited and the Willow Brook Centre, although we regularly cooperate with those organisations in order to bring you the latest local news.

The Bradley Stoke Journal is published by North Bristol Pressa trading name of:

Snowberry Media Ltd
Registered office:
c/o C & M Accountants
Unit 14
Apex Court
Bradley Stoke
BS32 4JT
Company number: 8451178 (England and Wales)


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The Bradley Stoke Journal is a member of the Independent Community News Network (ICNN).

Get Involved!

We’re always looking for people to help out with producing the Journal. Areas of interest include:

  • Reporting
  • Photography
  • Graphics design
  • Marketing
  • Advertising sales

Interested? Please get in touch for an initial chat. It would be great to hear from you!

SH (Editor)

Journal Banner at the 2009 Community Festival

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