Community Festival

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Archive image: Main arena at the 2019 Bradley Stoke Community Festival.

Bradley Stoke Community Festival takes place each year in early June. It includes a fair with bands and dance acts, plus various sports events including the annual Bradley Stoke 10k Run.

Bradley Stoke Community Festival 2024

Events organised as part of the 2024 Bradley Stoke Community Festival will take place on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June.

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The programme of events is organised by Re-energize, on behalf of Bradley Stoke Town Council (BSTC).

Interested in hosting a stall or putting on a performance? Contact the town council to register your interest or book.

As part of the festival, the Bradley Stoke 10k Run will take place on Sunday 9th June 2024.

Saturday 8th June 2024, 11.30am to 6pm

At the Jubilee Centre, Savages Wood Road

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A band on stage at the 2018 Bradley Stoke Community Festival.

Parking: No car parking on site (except for Blue Badge holders) – please use the Willow Brook Centre car park, where the usual 4.5hr limit is suspended for the day.

The main festival day is a combination of music, dance, community stalls, food and drink, rides, displays and demonstrations, youth football festival and a street art project.

Music is provided by an eclectic mix of local bands and singers, including Beacon Rise, Doc Rock, Elevation, Kaiju Blue, 80’s tribute band Outatime, plus performers from the Bradley Stoke Community School.

Local dance groups will perform in between the bands and include Bristol Belly Dancers, Danceworks, 5678 Dance, Street Cred, Chinese Dancing along with other local clubs and associations.

For a detailed schedule of the entertainment programme, see: Band & dance group line-up revealed for 2024 Community Festival (The Journal)

Town council youth workers and young people are once again organising two days of skatepark skills and creative art activities. The skatepark half-pipe returns (courtesy of Kings Ramps) and offers exceptional demos, by top riders and skaters, plus, regular ‘have-a-go’ sessions. Also, the ever-popular street art ‘paint a board’ sessions return, with artist (Olas Art) supported by youth workers and young volunteers.


Fun rides for the children include bungee trampolines, giant slides, football games, giant inflatables, Wipe Out, a Wrecking Ball inflatable, Rodeo Bull and Bungee Run in the ‘free to ride’ Community Zone and the popular young children’s Go-Karts.

A tall mobile climbing wall will be set up alongside the local Bradley Stoke Scouts stalls which also features tomahawk throwing and junior archery plus lot of other fun activities.

Over 80 stalls will feature a wide range of arts and crafts, from hair styling and colouring, face painting, to jewellery and accessories plus local services and associations, alongside sideshows and community stalls offering a wide range of local products and novelties.

Bradley Stoke Youth Football Club will be running their Football Festival as normal, which will include many different age groups starting from Reception and upwards. This will involve small-sided matches throughout the day with trophies being awarded to teams. The action will take place on the top field football pitches, starting from 11am.

Sunday 9th June 2024, from 9.30am

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Runners pass through the Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve, about 1km into the race.

The Jubilee Centre hosts the Bradley Stoke 10k Run and the Brightwell Colour Run, with the skatepark hosting a number of events and activities.

A 10k multi-terrain race organised by Sole Sisters starts at 9.30am from the Jubilee Centre (where it also finishes). Over 600 competitors are expected.

The Brightwell Colour Run will start at 1.30pm for registration with the first heat commencing at 2.30pm and the second heat at 3.30pm. This promises to be a very colourful and fun event with competitors and paint throwers alike getting absolutely ‘plastered’!

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Bradley Stoke Skate Park Festival Jam, Sunday 9th June 2024.

At Bradley Stoke Skate Park, the youth work team will be hosting its annual Skate Park Festival Competition, with the extra capacity of the additional Kings Ramp half-pipe. The programme also includes pro-rider demos, ‘have a go’ opportunities and art workshops with Olas Arts (on old vinyl records). Action takes place between 12noon and 5pm.

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