Please find attached an invitation to all who wish to attend a presentation on Little Stoke (500 years of history)
on 21st July 2015 @ 7.30pm
Have your say - Proposed development / Plans at Site 20, Merlin Road, Cribbs Causeway.
Please open attached document for further detail
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.
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)
Ashfield Land are proposing to redevelop the Parklands site to provide a new office building. Ashfield Land is a local, well established development company with a well-earned reputation for designing and delivering high-specification developments across the UK.
The plans are at an early stage of development and they are keen to involve local people and stakeholders in shaping the final development, and would like to hear your thoughts on potential design and ideas for the building. The office building proposed will be an exemplary development of the highest sustainability standards and high quality design.
Post Office Limited have notified Stoke Gifford Parish Council of their plans to introduce one new style local branch within the Co-operative Services Store at Unit 4, Block A, Long Down Avenue, Cheswick Village, Bristol. BS16 1GU., which will open at 09:00 hours on Wednesday, 22nd July 2015. The premises have been purpose built specifically to house a convenience store and a local Post Office within the new estate.
Post Office services will be offered from a till on the shop counter in a modern open plan environment, which means customers will be able to carry out a wide range of Post Office services alongside retail purchases. Post Office customers will also benefit from the extensive opening hours that mirror the retail business from Monday to Sunday from 07:00 to 23:00 hours.
If you have any questions about the new service, please write to Leighton Barratt (Field Change Advisor) via the Communication and Consultation Team at the following address:
FREEPOST, 20 Finsbury Street, London. EC2Y 9AQ
Please be aware your comments will not be kept confidential unless you expressly ask the Post Office to do so by clearly marking them "In Confidence".
Other methods for contacting the Post Office can also be used and these are:
Telephone: Customer Helpline: 03457 22 33 44
The next meeting of the Recreation and Leisure Committee will take place at 7pm on Tuesday 16th June 2015 at the Little Stoke Community Hall.