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Café Assistant Wanted

Southern Brooks Community Partnership are now hiring for their café based at Coniston Community Centre in Patchway and also for a new café in Kingswood.

Closing date is Friday 3rd March 2017

For more information go https://southernbrooks.org.uk/jobs-volunteering/

Call 01454 86 85 70 for more details

Article 3664 | Published - February 10th, 2017

Assistant Youth Worker Vacancy

Vacancy for Southern Brooks

Article 3648 | Published - February 9th, 2017

Beat Surgery

Beat Surgery

Article 3629 | Published - January 24th, 2017

Wellbeing Events


Article 3618 | Published - January 24th, 2017

Coach Trips

coach Trip for 4TT

Article 3607 | Published - January 24th, 2017

Honorary Freeman of Patchway

In recognition of the long and outstanding service given to the community, Patchway Town Council has used its powers under the Local Government act to confer the title of Honorary Freeman on Mrs. Win Williams. Mrs Williams is only the fourth person and first woman to receive this honour from the Town Council and the occasion was marked by the attendance of Cllr Erica Williams, Chair of South Gloucestershire Council, at a presentation ceremony held at the Town Council Offices in Rodway Road last Thursday, 13th January Mrs Williams was presented with a certificate, scroll and commemorative gift by Cllr Eve Orpen, Chair of Patchway Town Council. In her introductory speech, Cllr Orpen observed that Win had served the community in many ways over the past 30 years and that Patchway would be a poorer place without Win’s enthusiasm and dedication

win picture for press release










Photo: (l-r) Cllr Erica Williams, Mrs Win Williams and Eve Orpen.

Win is well-known within the community of Patchway for her tireless and selfless service and as someone who can be counted on to support events or organisations. Her contribution to the community of Patchway has included the following roles: Chairman of Patchway Festival for over 20 years, which has brought together all sections of the community; Chairman, Volunteer driver and major fundraiser of Patchway Minibus Committee; Member of the Editorial Committee of Patchway People;Governor of St. Chad’s Church of England School; Active member of St. Chad’s Church, serving on various committees; Committee Member of Patchway Twinning Association and frequent host of visitors from France and Germany; Win has also held various positions at both Patchway Community Centre and Coniston Community Centre and has supported many other local groups through fund-raising and practical assistance.

Mrs Williams was joined at the ceremony by her family and members of the Town Council along with representatives of the various organisations Win has supported over the years. Honorary Freemen Lewis Gray and Charles Horton, along with the wife of the late Ken Graupner, were also present to congratulate Win on her award.


Article 3597 | Published - January 17th, 2017

Tai Chi

Tai Chi updated

Article 3582 | Published - January 12th, 2017

December Patchway People


Extra paper copies are available in Patchway Library, Coniston Community Centre,

Patchway Community Centre and Patchway Town Council Offices.

The publication is quarterly ,March, June ,September and December.

Patchway People now has its own e-mail address: Patchwaypeople@outlook.com

Please feel free to drop us an e-mail if you would like an article included in the publication or would like any further information .The Editorial Committee would like to wish all its readers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year .

Article 3542 | Published - December 14th, 2016


Are looking to recruit some volunteers help with this unit, due to illness and family commitments of other leaders.
Were you involved as a Brownie or guide?? Could you offer help on a Tuesday night to support this unit??
In one of the roles below or helping out more casually, you’ll run activities, games, projects and events that give girls the opportunity to discover their potential and the world around them. If you’d like to undertake your leadership qualification, you’ll be supported by a Division mentor, with training on everything from planning your programme to child safety.
Roles include: Unit Leader, Assistant Leader, Unit Helper, Admin Support
These roles are perfect for you if you:
• want to join the unit
• can support girls on a weekly basis – giving you the opportunity to see them grow and develop
• are happy to get stuck in – you’ll be helping girls with a range of exciting, adventurous and often messy activities
• Seek a highly rewarding role where you’ll develop great relationships with your team and your girls.
• You can offer some admin support – accounts etc
For more information please email: concordedivision@girlguidingbsg.org.uk

Article 3520 | Published - November 25th, 2016

Audit of Accounts 2015-16


Article 3448 | Published - October 12th, 2016