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PATCHWAY TOWN COUNCIL NEWS AND EVENTS

Latest news and information from Patchway Town Council and all that they do for the community of Patchway.  

See below all the local things that Patchway Town Council is doing and stay up to date with your local Town Council 

HAPPY  EASTER 

Patchway Town Council staff and Councillors would like to wish all its Residents a safe and Happy Easter

Office Closure 

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Play areas closed 

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Patchway Town Council public conveniences

Patchway Town Council Public Conveniences located in Scott Park are closed until further notice. 
Patchway Town Council apologises for any inconvenience caused but public safety is our priority

Community Award Scheme

We want to find all the people who strive to make Patchway a better place to live! Whether it be helping to pick up litter, organising community events or just helping their community, we want to know about it!

Please get in touch via our website to nominate your local community champions.

COMMUNITY AWARD 

Patchway Town Council has given out their first community award scheme to Charley (pictured). She has been looking after her community by litter picking around the Town. The Council rewarded Charley with a certificate, her own Patchway Town Council Hi-Vis and some easter treats.
Our award scheme is open for you to nominate anyone who has done a good deed in their community. To nominate someone please email office@patchwaytowncouncil.gov.uk

Patchway Town Council Tender

Patchway Town Council are delighted to announce that the 3G pitch and cricket nets project for Scott Park is now available to tender for : 

This is an exciting opportunity to transform a very underused sports facility and create a brand new facility for the ever increasing community of Patchway in Scott Park


https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/7ba5a22d-a429-4787-b325-c26e14962c71?p=1

Patchway Town Council donates £500 in goods to the Patchway Foodbank

This particular issue has been increasingly gaining coverage all over the world. Why exactly? It is an issue that needs to be addressed, and heavily discussed among politicians, lobbyists, and congressmen alike. Patchway Town Council is pushing for change, and is doing everything they can to see a brighter future. Learn more and join the cause today.

Zip Wire in Gorse Covert

Patchway Town Council have decided to lock up the zip wire after multiple instances of vandalism have happened at Gorse Covert over the last few days. We would like to remind residents that this equipment costs a lot of money to replace and some damage is irreparable. We want to keep your equipment safe to use hence why we have chosen to put it out of action. Please respect your community by not purposefully damaging equipment that everyone uses

Dogs in Scott Park

Patchway Town Council are extremely disappointed to learn that our residents our exercising their dogs in Scott Park. Due to bylaws which protect the park, all dog walking is strictly prohibited in Scott Park. If these rules are not followed, stricter enforcement may take place which could result in the closure of Scott Park for everyone.
We encourage everyone to respect each other, stick to the social distancing rules and please abide by our bylaws. We would like to thank those residents who have been co-operating.

Patchway Town Council Precept 

Patchway Town Council's Precept for financial year 2020/2021 is an increase of 67p per week per household.


Patchway Town Council has raised it's council tax precept for the financial year 2020-2021, to ensure the infrastructure within the town is in place for many years to come.


2020 sees lots of capital expenditure for Patchway Town Council as the Patchway Community Centre project progresses positively, providing the whole of Patchway with a modern facility and housing the pre-school as well as a large upper room for community use.


The 3G Facility along with the new Cricket Nets at Scott Park is another project which will be complete by the closure of 2020, providing Patchway with better and enhanced sporting facilities. The Pavillion will be upgraded as phase two of this project which will include a community cafe.


The Casson Centre, a community building, needs a new roof on it to ensure that it is fit to serve the people of Patchway whilst keeping the hire charges low. This will ensure the building is fit for use for future generations.


The council have agreed a 'Play Area Strategy', which will ensure that all of our play area's are up to date and safe for all users. All of our play area's are needing much needed work carried out to ensure they are a safe place for everyone in the community.


We are keeping staff in your Patchway Library by funding £18,000 towards the running costs of Patchway Library. This will ensure that the library will have staff on hand to help our residents as well as the many classes and sessions that they offer.

Grant Awarding-Supporting our local community

Patchway Town Council gives grants to local community groups and organisations that benefit the people of Patchway. The council sees this as a way of investing into the community and ensuring that our thriving community groups, charities and organisations can continue to operate.


If you would like to apply for a grant please find the policy and how to apply at https://www.patchwaytowncouncil.gov.uk/council-policies


If you have any more questions please contact office@patchwaytowncouncil.gov.uk

Patchway's War Memorial

Located in Scott Park , Coniston Road, 

 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 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.