The Town Council
Working for our community
Patchway is one of 44 Parish and Town Councils in South Gloucestershire and the Council has responsibilities for running the playing fields, open spaces, community centres, allotments and play areas.
The Council's main offices are located on Rodway Road and are open Monday-Friday from 9:30am until 4:30pm.
Norman Scott Park is Patchway's original playing field, situated in Coniston Road. The Park is named after Alderman W.N.Scott in recognition of his public service, the land being donated by developers in 1937. The Park has football and cricket pitches, a floodlit netball court and 5-a-side football areas.
It is also home to Patchway's brand new Pavilion which includes a café with indoor dining area and views over the fabulous Scott Park as well as outdoor areas. Snack Attacks at The Park is open from 8am to 2pm Monday to Friday, 8am to 1pm on Saturdays and 9am to 12 midday on Sundays. The new Pavilion also has four new changing rooms, public toilets, viewing terrace and a small office for Patchway Town Council.
The park also has two public toilets as well as a disabled toilet which is registered on the changing places website. All pitch bookings can be made on 01454 868530.
The Tumps is an open space behind Coniston Road, formed by spoil from the tunnel excavations, part of the land is used for a BMX track. The Tumps is designated as a nature area and is managed by Patchway Conservation Group.
Allotments situated on Pretoria and Blakeney Roads are run by the Council.
There are Children's Play Areas in Scott Park, Bevington Walk and Gorse Covert Field.
In 2022, Patchway Town Council were accredited with the 'Quality Gold' award of the Local Council Award Scheme which shows that the Council are at the forefront of their community and truly understands the needs of our residents.