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Patchway Town Council

Town Council - Local Initiatives

Community Speed Watch Volunteers

The  Patchway beat team are looking to recruit Community Speed Watch volunteers.

If you would like to volunteer please email the NENPTSouthGlos@avonandsomerset.police.uk with the heading Patchway CSW. Thank you

Article 5527 | Published - April 15th, 2019

Easter Parties in Patchway

Easter Party at Patchway Labour Club. Sunday 21st April 12.00 noon -3pm , Games Raffle, Egg hunt and more Easter bonnet competition with D J Dave . Tickets on Sale £3.00 per child.


Easter Party at Patchway Sports and Social Club Sunday April 21st . 12.00 noon till 3pm . Disco, Easter bonnet competition, Balloon modelling and a visit  from the Easter Bunny .

Article 5524 | Published - April 12th, 2019

Register to Vote

Don’t forget to register to vote.

South Gloucestershire district elections and Town and Parish elections .

If you are not on the electoral register you will not be able to vote:

Have you just moved to the area?

Do you think you may need a postal vote?

Not sure if you are on the Electoral Register?

For further information please contact Electoral Services@electoral.services@southglos.gov.uk or on 01454 86 30 30 .

Last date for new registration is Friday 12th April 2019



Article 5470 | Published - March 7th, 2019

Suicide Action

YoungMinds Crisis messenger service. Text are free from EE, 02, Vodefone, 3, Virgin Mobile, BT Mobile, Giffgaff, Tesco Mobile and Telcome plus and it’s 24/7.

Take a look at there website; https://youngminds.org.uk/…/ge…/youngminds-crisis-messenger/

Article 5442 | Published - February 18th, 2019

Singing for Wellbeing

Join us at our new FREE singalong group run in collaboration with the Sing and Smile Charity. Golden Oldies!

Every Thursday at Coniston Community Centre inside Brooks Cafe 2pm -3pm . Everybody Welcome

Just turn up . No skill or experience required .

Tea and coffee will be provided.

For more information contact Georgina on 01454 86 8428 and to find out more about Golden Oldies go tow www.golden-oldies.org.uk

Article 5398 | Published - January 25th, 2019

Muscial Memories

jan -may musical memoriesContact Anne or James Morris for further Information on 07976 627 313 or e-mail: james.morris@morrisservices.co.uk

Article 5379 | Published - January 21st, 2019

South Gloucestershire Council Fly tipping advice.

Statistics show that anyone fly-tipping in South Gloucestershire is five times more likely* to be successfully prosecuted than anywhere else in the country and our award-winning envirocrime team have a 100 per cent record of securing successful prosecutions for this type of offence.”

Residents and businesses are advised to only give their rubbish to an Environment Agency registered waste carrier.

Contractors should ensure that they hold a Registered Waste Carriers Licence and they comply with the Waste Transfer Note requirements.

You can carry out these simple steps to make sure your waste is disposed of legally:

• Ask for a copy of the company’s waste carrier registration certificate and ask where the waste is being taken. Legitimate firms will be happy to provide this information

• Do not be tempted to use people offering cheap waste clearance on sites such as Facebook and Gumtree unless you have confirmed that they are registered with the Environment Agency

• Check whether the waste carrier is registered by calling the Environment Agency on 08708 506506 or by checking on their website https://environment.data.gov.uk/public-register/view/index

• Ask for a registered trading address and contact telephone number for the trader and get a receipt

• Unwanted goods and household or garden waste can all be disposed of at no cost via the Council’s Sort It centres.

Residents who see illegal fly-tipping are encouraged to report it by using our web form at www.southglos.gov.uk/flytipping or emailing streetcare@southglos.gov.uk or contacting the Street Care helpdesk on 01454 868000.

Article 5377 | Published - January 21st, 2019

Patchway Beat Surgeries

pcso poster for website and facebook

Article 5333 | Published - December 5th, 2018

Annual Flu Vaccination

The flu vaccination is currently available to help protect adults and children at risk of flu.

Flu can be unpleasant, and occasionally it can lead to severe complications. Certain people are more risk and can get the vaccine free on the NHS including:

  • Children over the age of 6 months with a long term health condition
  • Children aged 2 and 3 on August 31st 2018
  • Children in Reception class and Years 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
  • Those aged 6 months to under 65 years in certain clinical groups
  • Pregnant women
  • Those aged 65 years and over
  • Those in Long -stay residential care homes
  • Carers

People in these groups are more likely to develop potentially serious complications such as pneumonia (lung infection ), so it’s recommended that they have the flu vaccine every year to protect them . If you or someone you care for , are entitled to a free flu jab. contact your local GP today. For more information see www.nhs.co.uk/flu

Article 5271 | Published - November 8th, 2018

Get Safe Online

Unexpected emails, texts or posts with links or attachments could be #phishing – trying to get your confidential details or infecting your computer with malware. For example, would a parcel delivery notification really have a delivery note attached? We have a tip about that #onlinechristmas http://www.getsafeonline.org/christmas

Article 5267 | Published - November 7th, 2018