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A Warm Welcome
We hope that residents in our local community will find this website to be a useful resource. If you have any suggestions for additional features please get in touch.
In addition, a quarterly newsletter is distributed to resident’s homes bringing news and information.
The Parish Council has nine Councillors who meet once a month. They work hard on a voluntary basis to ensure that Stoke Lodge is a pleasant place to live. … read about our Councillors
Bristol’s clean air zone
Find out about Bristol’s Clean Air Zone which will start operating later this year
Notice of Annual Parish Residents Meeting for Stoke Lodge and The Common
Date: Tuesday 24th May 2022
Time 7 pm
The Pavilion, The Avenue, Stoke Lodge and the Common, BS34 6BD
Business to be transacted
22.1 Chairman’s Report
22.2 Neighbourhood Watch Update
22.3 Residents Questions
Public Consultation and Development Plans for The Travellers Rest
Black Box are starting a web-based public consultation on Thursday 31st March to help them understand the priorities of the local community with regard the site before they begin with preparing a planning application to be submitted to the Council planning department.
Find out more at our Parish Council meeting – 12 April agenda or visit our development plans page to find out how you can get involved in the public consultation.
Read about the North Fringe development
Volunteer Drivers wanted
By Volunteering with us you might:
- Take someone to a GP or hospital appointment
- Drive a group to the shops
- Assist someone on a bus or car journey
- Take a group out on a leisure trip
If you’re over 21 years of age and have held a full driving licence for at least 2 years, we’ll offer you MIDAS training to drive one of our minibuses. Our volunteers drive small MPVS to accessible minibuses for the less able to get out and about in the community. Even a few hours a month really does make a difference!
The Parish of Stoke Lodge and The Common is a suburb of Bristol in the County of South Gloucestershire. It is largely made up of chalet bungalows built in the 1950s and 60s. The Parish has easy rail and road access to London and South Wales. There are about 1800 people living in the Parish, which is located approximately 11 miles north of Bristol City Centre.
There are a number local amenities in or near the parish including Stoke Lodge, The Holy Family, and St Chads Primary Schools; as well as a selection of local shops at Chelford Grove. There are nearby Doctors Surgeries at Bradley Stoke and Stoke Gifford. It’s also close to the Mall at Cribbs Causeway, as well as The Venue featuring a Vue Cinema, dining and bowling.
Stoke Lodge has an open area of 20 acres (8.1 ha) known as Stoke Lodge Playing Fields.
The Pavilion was refurbished in 2015 and is now an excellent community venue for meetings, children’s parties, Brownies, Kiddies Clubs and Pre-School. The adjoining field provides an excellent space for football. Read more about the venue and contacts …
Almondsbury Youth FC
We are seeking additional player’s for these age groups…
- U10’s Girls Team (new team)
- U12’s Boys Team (Avon youth league division 4)
- U13’s Boys Team (Avon youth league division 2)
We focus on player development, improving fitness, teamwork & social enjoyment.
We train Saturday mornings & play matches on Sunday, so we are looking for players who can commit to weekend football. Home team pitch & training is held at The Pavilion Common, The Avenue, North Bristol, BS34 6BD. Call our team manager Stuart 07737181152 or email email@example.com