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Patchway Town Council

Town Council - Local Initiatives

Community Meals on Wheels vacancies

Are you interested in joining the Community Meals on Wheels team?
Can you spare some time at a weekend to help support the elderly and vulnerable in South Gloucestershire?
You will need to be enthusiastic, patient and caring to deliver hot, nutritious meals enabling people who may not be able to cater for themselves remain in their own homes.
We cover all of South Gloucestershire including Badminton, Bradley Stoke, Chipping Sodbury, Charfield, Filton, Frampton Cotterell, Hanham, Hawkesbury Upton, Kingswood, Longwell Green, Mangotsfield, Patchway, Rangeworthy, Severn Beach, Thornbury, Winterbourne, Wickwar, Yate, and all the areas in between, as well as a few neighbouring towns!
We currently have various vacancies available at weekends. To apply, please visit our website by visiting http://bit.ly/2Iq58sF

Please note, these vacancies close on 27 March 2018.

Article 4821 | Published - March 16th, 2018

Brooks Cafe Theme Night

Brooks Cafe based in Coniston Community Centre issued the statement below:

“This months theme night which should be on Friday 23rd March has now been cancelled due to staff holidays , Brooks cafe are sorry for the inconvenience, and hopefully the next theme night will be on Friday 27th April ,looking forward to seeing everyone then”

Article 4819 | Published - March 15th, 2018

Thefts from Work Vans

Avon and Somerset Police have  recently seen an increase in thefts of tools from vans. Having tools stolen and vans taken off the road for repairs means lost work for tradespeople, who are often self-employed. We know it’s not always possible to empty a work van overnight, but we’d recommend it if you can. Otherwise: • permanently mark tools with your business name or postcode • keep them inside a secure storage cage or box anchored within the vehicle • set the alarm as well as locking the van • park it in a secure garage or with the doors against a wall or another vehicle to make access more difficult

Article 4800 | Published - March 12th, 2018

Patchway Musical Memories

The newly formed Patchway Musical Memories Group was formed last Autumn to support residents in  Patchway (and the surrounding area!) from social isolation and loneliness together with anyone living with Dementia or illness/bereavement. It’s a light hearted sing along with live music, light refreshments and of course Bingo/Raffle. The group are grateful to Patchway Sports and Social Club for kindly donating the use of the function room each month. All are welcome & you will find us a friendly and compassionate bunch! Our next couple of monthly sessions will be on Sunday 25th February & Sunday 25th March 12.15 – 15.00.Patchway Musical Memories

Article 4763 | Published - February 15th, 2018

Charlton Wood Primary Academy News

Hello all, my name is Neil Lankester and I am the Head Teacher Designate for the new Primary School which is due to open in September 2019 on the Charlton Hayes Estate. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the school I can be contacted directly via our new Facebook page . I look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to the school when we open .Charlton Hayes new school facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CharltonWoodPrimaryAcademy/

Regarding the new Charlton Hayes Primary School. Besides taking Reception Classes when it opens in Sep 2019 it also hopes to accept year 1 and year 2 children. But they need to show South Glos council that there is enough interest from local residents to move their children from other schools they already attend. For example my two kids will both be at Stoke Lodge this year and next. Talking with the new head teacher he said that they will need at least 25-30 people minimum to make it viable to run these classes. Initially they might combine the year 1 and year 2 classes if they don’t have enough.
So how do you register your interest? Please send a small note/letter to the CEO of the new Academy saying your are interested in sending your child (give your full name, childs name and address) to the new school in Charlton Hayes when it opens and for which year your child requires eg. Reception, Year 1 or Year 2. Give any other details like you have been living in CH for so many years and have been waiting for the new school which was promised when you bought or moved into your house/flat.
Send your letter of interest to : Barbara Daykin, Endeavour Academy Trust, Gosforth Road, Southmead, Bristol. BS10 6DS. Please share and spread these details/post with your neighbours and friends who will probably want to send their kids to the new school.


From September 2018 all parents will be able to apply for a place in either our Reception or Year One classes. In order to recieve the most up to date information on how the school is progressing and to find out about admission information, we are currently asking prospective parents to contact The Head Teacher Designate with their email address, name and the year group which their  child would join in September 2019. The Head Teacher Designate can be email at neil.lankester@endeavouracademytrust.org.uk – we look forward to hearing from you.

Article 4724 | Published - February 1st, 2018

South Glos Parents and Carers


Article 4695 | Published - January 22nd, 2018

Charlton Hayes Resident’ Association

If you’d like to become a member of ReACH – download and return the membership form which is available here: https://issuu.com/sovereign…/…/reach_membership_recruit_form

Membership form for ReACH – the Residents’ Association of Charlton Hayes. For local residents and those who work in the area to become a member.

Article 4657 | Published - January 12th, 2018

Warm and Well

Are you worried about how you are going to pay your gas and electricity bills this winter? Do you feel uncomfortable or ill because of cold or damp in your home? Is your boiler broken? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, and you are a home owner or private tenant you may be eligible for help.

Please contact the Warm & Well advice line on the free phone number 0800 500 3076 to see what may be available. Warm and Well offers households in South Gloucestershire free energy efficiency advice. You can speak to an advisor Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, who will let you know if you are eligible for a free home energy visit or financial help. Call us now before the cold really hits! All grants are subject to eligibility criteria, survey and funding availability. Funding changes all the time, so give the advice line a call! More information can also be found at www.warmandwell.co.uk

Warm and Well is managed by the educational charity Severn Wye Energy Agency and is funded by South Gloucestershire Council.

Article 4575 | Published - December 4th, 2017


Please click on the link below for the latest newsletter from Patchway Twinning Association Twinning Newsletter


Article 3555 | Published - December 20th, 2016

The Parade Community Garden

Contact Ellen on 01454 86 8570 or ellensegalov@southernbrooks.org.uk for more information . Community Garden at Parade

Article 2792 | Published - December 10th, 2015