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Patchway’s War Memorial

Patchway Town Council are pleased to unveil the Patchway War Memorial which commemorates the fallen heroes of World War One and World War Two.

This wall sit’s proudly with our existing remembrance monument and adjacent to the memorial garden and benches in Scott Park.

We would like to thank Mark Bryant of the 3D Print Shop for working tirelessly on this project for our community.

We encourage our residents to go and see the memorial in all it’s glory and to pay their respects to Patchway’s Fallen.

We will Remember Them

 

Article 5429 | Published - February 12th, 2019


Hawthorn Close ,Road Closure Notice

Road Closure Hawthorn Close-

Article 5415 | Published - February 4th, 2019


South Gloucestershire Council Street Care News Bulletin

We are out gritting the region’s main roads this afternoon ahead of a widespread risk of ice again this evening.

Our team of gritter drivers will also salt smaller roads and footpaths and cycleways this evening.

❄️We are expecting some snow (1-3cm) tomorrow afternoon/evening – we will keep you updated with information and forecasts❄️

Information and advice during severe weather is available on our website http://www.southglos.gov.uk/…/civil-emergen…/severe-weather/

Article 5413 | Published - January 30th, 2019


Air Quality Management

South Gloucestershire Council is currently consulting on the proposed removal of an Air Quality Management Area (AQMA) located next to the M5 Junction 17 roundabout.

This consultation will be open until Wednesday 20th March 2019

The consultation briefing can be read at: https://consultations.southglos.gov.uk/consult.ti/Cribbs_AQMA

Complete the online survey at: https://wh.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=154875923980

Email: consultation@southglos.gov.uk

Telephone:01454 868154

Article 5411 | Published - January 30th, 2019


Massive Attack Concert Update

Patchway Town Council has received the following statement from South Gloucestershire Council regarding the Massive Attack concert

“Road closures will be in place from 3pm and 1am on 1st March and 2nd March 2019 as indicated by traffic signs.
Marshals will allow access to be maintained for residents and emergency services”.

Please contact South Gloucestershire Council if you require further information.

Article 5409 | Published - January 29th, 2019


Caretaker Vacancy

Reliable, friendly local person with good references needed for an immediate start to lock and unlock Council buildings,mainly sports pavilions for football and cricket matches. Evening and weekend work. Emergency call for alarm systems. Own transport preferred . Travel allowance paid and mobile phone provided. Application form and job description available by calling 01454 868530 or e-mailing: clerk@patchwaytowncouncil.gov.uk Closing date for applications Monday 4th February .

Article 5407 | Published - January 28th, 2019


Dog Theft

There have been several reports of attempted dog theft in Patchway and the surrounding areas on Social Media .

Please be extra vigilant and report any suspicious activity to the police on the 101 number.

 

Article 5404 | Published - January 25th, 2019


South Gloucestershire Council Traffic Review

South Gloucestershire Council are to undertake a review of road traffic in Patchway.

Patchway Town Council has asked for this to be carried out after hearing residents concerns regarding parking, speeding and rat racing.

This review will start in April 2019

 

Patchway area traffic survey

Article 5401 | Published - January 25th, 2019


Avon and Somerset Constabulary Notice

We’re urging people to be aware after a 77-year-old woman was scammed out of £3,200 when she was contacted by someone pretending to be one of her Facebook friends.

The ‘friend’ told the woman she had won money in a prize draw and sent a link to speak to a ‘claiming agent’ on Facebook messenger so she could get her prize.

The victim followed these instructions and was told she needed to purchase a £200 Amazon card to activate her winnings. She queried this by messaging whom she believed to be her friend and the reply was she had to do this too. So the victim purchased a £200 Amazon card and a took a photo of the codes, sending them to the account on Messenger.

These conversations continued daily with requests for more money from the victim. When she felt uneasy and questioned the integrity of the scheme, her ‘friend’ reassured her everything was okay and this was the same process she went through to claim her winnings. Over a period of 11 days, the victim spent just over £3,000 on iTunes cards and £200 on Amazon cards.

Please be aware of this scam and share this information with any family members of friends who could be vunerable to this crime.

If you believe you may have been a victim of fraud, then please don’t hesitate to contact Action Fraud on 0300 123 2049, online:
https://www.actionfraid.police.uk/reporting-fraud-and-cyber… or call us on 101.

Article 5393 | Published - January 25th, 2019


Massive Attack Concert Temporary Road Closure

massive attack notice

Patchway Town Council are currently querying this proposal from South Gloucestershire Council in respect to the ‘Temporary prohibition of the use of vehicles’ as outlined in the document. If residents wish to make a representation, they can do so either via the South Gloucestershire contact, your district Councillors or through the Town Council office.

Article 5372 | Published - January 18th, 2019