Parish Councils are the first tier of local government and the closest to the community they serve. As a tier of local government they are elected bodies, with discretionary powers and rights laid down by Parliament to represent their communities and provide services for them.
Stoke Gifford Parish is located in the north of Bristol and to the west of the M32 and south of the M4 motorway. The parish's 1717 acres comprises Stoke Gifford, Little Stoke, Harry Stoke, UWE, Stoke Park and the new Cheswick housing developments and has twelve elected councillors who were duly elected in May 2011 to serve its 15,500 plus inhabitants.
Download the latest draft minutes along with archived minutes in PDF format.
Download the latest and archived minutes in PDF format.
Please see attached the latest minutes from the Recreation and Leisure Committee dated Tuesday 16th June 2015.
Please find enclosed contact details of the Stoke Gifford Beat Team.
Latest Little Stoke Community Hall hire costs.
3G hire costs.
£35 ph (peak times 5pm – 8pm)
£30 ph (off peak 9am – 4pm / 8pm – 10pm)
Forty Acres is a wonderful, much loved area known to many of us and yet to be discovered by others, where local people can spend time in natural surroundings, enjoying the sights and sounds that Nature has to offer us. Research confirms what we have always known intuitively; being in touch with Nature is good for us – it’s good for our physical and mental wellbeing.
Metrobus, West of England have issued the following update on construction works for the Stoke Gifford Transport Link.