Patchway Town Council
Town Council Office
Tel 07903 628422
9.30am - 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
These normal hours are subject to change due to staff availability,
and tasks that require the team away from the office.
If you live in Patchway, or are just visiting, you'll be able to find out about the Town Council, the Councillors, what's happening and all the local info that you need.
You'll find details of issues that affect the area and the people who live here as well as a wealth of useful information. A local business directory is a useful way to find services that you may be looking for and an extensive diary of local events that will help you find something to do.
Patchway is a town that lies just over 5 miles from Bristol City Centre with a population of around 10,000.
We have many green spaces including our biggest park, Norman Scott Park, situated just off of Coniston Road,
which was registered in 2013 as a Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Field.
The park has a children’s play area with accessible equipment, a skateboard area, a picnic area, copses planted for wildlife as well as three football pitches, a cricket pitch, twin-lane cricket net facility and a fully floodlit all year round 3G training pitch. There is a fully accessible disabled toilet too.
The Park is also home to:
Snack Attacks at The Park, who opened for business on Tuesday 6th December 2022 and are Patchway's newest community facility. Based within the brand new pavilion at Norman Scott Park, they are a family run local café providing breakfasts, lunches, hot drinks and light refreshments with an indoor dining area with views over the fabulous Scott Park, as well as outdoor areas for those who want to dine al-fresco! Snack Attacks at The Park host various family events throughout the year, as well as catering for events.
Patchway Sports & Social Club, a family friendly, licenced Club with function and conference room, fully equipped sports bar with snooker, pool, darts and large television screens all showing the current sporting seasonal highlights and fixtures as well as a spacious lounge and two skittle alleys. They also host live entertainment, including a mixture of discos, solo performers and tribute acts.
Many football teams including Patchway Town F.C.
The park has a large car park for over 60 cars.
We also boast:
FACE based at Patchway Youth Centre based on Coniston Road
Patchway One Stop Shop South Gloucestershire Council's One Stop Shop where you can visit them in person to answer questions, resolve problems and get advice & financial support. This includes - council tax, housing benefit, council tax reduction, homelessness and housing waiting lists, housing services, streetcare, refuse and recycling collections, planning, community care, grants & road repairs.
Local shops including hairdressers, bakers, newsagents, chemists, takeaways and Post Offices on Rodway Road, Patchway Roundabout, and at The Parade on Coniston Road as well as a Dentist on Coniston Road.