Tel: 07546 375 221
Email: clerk@stokelodgeandthecommon-pc.gov.uk

Welcome to Stoke Lodge & The Common Parish Council

the Pavilion playing fields in the Stoke Lodge parish

Working to Improve Your Community

We hope that local residents will find this website to be a useful resource but if you have any suggestions for additional features to the website 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 and work hard on a voluntary basis to ensure that Stoke Lodge is a pleasant place to live.  … read more 

To give feedback to the Council please use the form on our contact page.

28/05/2019 Telephone Scams – Bristol

There have been a number of telephone scams reported recently. Once again HMRC has been used, where the caller says that they are from the Tax Office and that you owe money and a warrant has been issued for your arrest. Another scam currently going around is for someone claiming to be from BT saying that there is a problem with your internet. This one seems to be centre on giving them control of your computer to allow them to see if everything is in order. Once they have control they may demand an astronomical fee to solve the alleged “problem” or want a regular monthly payment to ensure everything stays in order. This type of ransom scam may also makes you vulnerable to viruses looking for financial information.

If you receive any form of phone call from someone you don’t know, never give them any personal or financial information and never let them take control of your computer. If you have any concerns, hang up the phone immediately. If you are still worried, contact the company the scammer claims to be from to check the validity of their claim. Use the phone number from an old bill or written communication or use the telephone directory. NEVER use a phone number given to you by the caller as it will go to an accomplice or to a premium price phone line.

South Gloucestershire Online Consultations

STOKE LODGE & STOKE GIFFORD – Stoke Lane and Little Stoke Lane Traffic Calming & 20mph Zone

You’ve been invited to participate in a traffic calming consultation by Joshua Terry, consultation manager at South Gloucestershire Council.

This consultation is open from 21 May 2019 at 00:00 to 14 Jun 2019 at 23:59.

Participate in this consultation

This message was sent through the Traffic Calming & 20mph Zone, Stoke Lane/Little Stoke Lane, Stoke Gifford consultation mailing list

See consultation Information

About Stoke Lodge

The Parish of Stoke Lodge and The Common is a suburb of Bristol situated in the County of South Gloucestershire.  It is largely made up of chalet bungalows built in the 1950s and 60s and 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 LodgeThe Holy Family,  and St Chads Primary Schools, a selection of local shops at Chelford Grove, and nearby Doctors Surgeries at Bradley Stoke and Stoke Gifford and it’s also close to the Mall at Cribbs Causeway, as well as The Venue featuring a Vue Cinema, dining and bowling.
facilities for children to play at Stoke Lodge
Stoke Lodge has an open area of 20 acres (8.1 ha)  known as Stoke Lodge Playing Fields.

The Pavilion

The Pavilion was refurbished in 2015 and is now an excellent venue for meetings, children’s parties, Brownies, Kiddies Clubs,  Pre-School and the field provides an excellent space for football.

The Pavilion has a good sized kitchen and the main hall is ideal for children’s parties and meetings. There is a good sized children’s play park and a large sports field next to the Pavilion. There is ample parking for 20 cars and is away from busy roads.

Please contact Andy Alsop on 01454 616878 or 07470 358678 for all enquires for the Pavilion.
Contact the Clerk on 07546 375221 or clerk@stokelodgeandthecommon-pc.gov.uk

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