If you are between 13 and 19 then come and tell us what you want in Patchway Youth Centre.
Free Food and Drink
Come along this Tuesday to
Patchway Youth Centre
Tuesday 23rd April from 7 -9pm
Contact Mark on 07971 7735 80 for more informaiton .
FREE support to be smokefree in Patchway
Want to quit smoking? Smokefree South Gloucestershire offer FREE support to any smokers aged 12+.
Smokers who use our services are up to 4 times more likely to quit successfully with our help.
We know that no two smokers are the same. You will have your own reasons for reaching for a cigarette and for wanting to stop. That is why we tailor our service to fit individual needs and lifestyles.To make life easier we provide free one-to-one and group support at a location near you. You can get stop smoking medications (e.g. Nicotine Replacement Therapy) on prescription.
Seeing an advisor does not commit you to quitting smoking immediately. One of our friendly, expert advisors will work with you to decide on a date to suit you.
Smokefree services in Patchway are available at:
JHoots Pharmacy, Rodway Road
Coniston Medical Practice, The Parade
And now there is a specialist advisor based at Coniston Community Centre too!
To find out more, you can call 01454 865502 or email email@example.com.
Southern Brooks Community Partnership are holding a number of courses
Introduction to Youth Work starting Thursday 18 April for 8 weeks from 10 am to 12pm
Grow your own – Get planting Friday 26th April 12 until 2pm
Autism at home – Thursday 25th April 9.30am to 4.30pm
Dealing with Difficult Behaviour – Wednesday 15 May one day only 10am to 4pm
Story sacks play for the under 5 on Tuesday 4 June 11am until 12.30pm
Get in touch for more information or to book on any courses on 01454 86 85670 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
With the development of Charlton Hayes in progress, the Town Council is very keen to promote Rodway Road shops as Patchway Town Centre and is working with the shop keepers to raise funds to improve the appearance of the shops and give the environment of the road a “face lift” to encourage more residents to use the facilities offered. We all know the expression “Use it or Lose it” and this certainly applies to Rodway Road.
There are so many positive features: the Post Office, new Library, Pharmacy, bargain shop, hairdressers, South Gloucestershire “One Stop Shop” for enquiries, as well as late-night supermarkets, take-aways and a restaurant.
South Gloucestershire Council has agreed to improve the parking facilities and mark out disabled parking spaces to help shoppers access the shops.
Can we ask all residents to make a point of supporting your local traders so they can continue to provide a service for the people of Patchway!
Avon and Somerset police want your help to try to track down stolen car number plates. Community Safety Inspector Gerry Treacy said:
“Thieves steal the number plates of law-abiding motorists and use them to try to avoid detection when committing other crimes.
“Since January 1 this year 48 plates have been reported stolen across the Avon and Somerset policing area – eight in South Gloucestershire.
“If you come across abandoned number plates, whether they are broken or even if they look like they have fallen off, give us a call on 101. We’ll ask for the registration details and when and where you found it.”
Neighbourhood teams have been helping local motorists prevent this sort of theft by holding special events at supermarkets and DIY stores, swapping standard number plate fittings with security screws.
Insp Treacy added: “It’s important to tell us if your number plates are stolen, otherwise if your registration details come up as part of our enquiries into a crime we could be knocking on your door.”
The British Red Cross is currently offering FREE Healthy Homes Assessments to support you through the winter months. They can offer information and support on coping during the winter season, in addition to a holistic assessment covering factors such as fire, falls and isolation.
Call 0117 301 2611 for more information and to book a convenient time for a FREE Winter Check up, or you can e-mail H&SCWAG@redcross.org.uk putting “Healthy Homes” in the subject.
Would you like to be able to save money though online shopping, e-mail relatives, or find information easily through search engines? If so, Computer Surfers could be for you!
Learn computer basics with other like-minded people at your own pace. Sessions will run every Friday from 10am to 12pm and are free.
Book your place on 01454 868 570 or e-mail email@example.com
Thursday 6 June 2013 until 27 June
Come along to Scott Park Pavillion , Coniston Road Patchway
4.00 – .600pm
Learn how your bike works and how to do basic repairs servicing and the tools needed.
Bring your own bikes or let us know if you need one to practice on
To book now or for more information please call 01454 868 570
Make things happen and feel less lonely . Dou you spend more time than you would like to alone each day. Would you like someone to visit your home, Would you like to gain more confidence through new or re established friendship.
To find out more aobut talkitn to someone regularly amking friends or getting involved in what happens in your local community . Contact South Gloucestershire on 01454 86 23 56 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you new to retirement
Have time to spare
Looking for social time
Meet new people then Men in sheds could be for you
Every Wednesday from 10.00 – 12.00 at Scott Park Cricket Pavillion
Contact Southern Brooks Communtiy Partnership for more information on 01454 86 8570
or e mail email@example.com
Town Council Address:
Tel: 01454 868530
Fax: 01454 868534