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Concorde Book Award 2018

Concorde Book Award 2018

Which book gets your vote?

This year’s six shortlisted books have been nominated by young people across South Gloucestershire and are free to borrow from any South Gloucestershire Library, just click on the title:

The Concorde Book Award is for anyone in years 7 to 9 at secondary school. A really important part of the award is that young people are very involved all the way through; from choosing the longlist and the winner to giving presentations at the award ceremony.

Get involved by joining one of the book groups at your public or school library that are shadowing the award or read the shortlisted books and vote for your favourite by World Book Day, 1 March 2018.

Join in at http://concorde2018.edublogs.org/ to see what everyone thinks about this year’s the shortlisted books.

Article 4684 | Published - January 19th, 2018

Free Courses and Workshops

Wellbeing Poster - Patchway SBCP

Article 4669 | Published - January 15th, 2018

Survey of South Gloucestershire GP Services

Healthwatch South Gloucestershire provides an independent voice for people around health and social care.  We gather feedback from residents about their experiences of using local services and share that with the organisations that provide and fund them, in order to highlight what is working well and what could be better.  To find out more about Healthwatch South Gloucestershire www.healthwatchsouthglos.co.uk

At the moment we are discussing GP services and are keen to gather feedback from residents across South Gloucestershire through a short online survey  https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/J8PY2NK.  The survey is open until Friday 2 February 2018.

Through the survey we hope to understand:

  • how people access their GP service
  • the different ways that people can get an appointment
  • what support is available for people to access their GP service
  • what people’s priorities are when using GP services, for example, would people rather see a named GP or be seen on the same day.

We are also interested to understand how people living in more rural parts of South Gloucestershire use local health services.  For example, do they choose to use services in neighbouring counties, e.g. Gloucestershire or Wiltshire, and if so, why?

Article 4648 | Published - January 4th, 2018

Patchway Community Plan

We have consulted with residents about what is important to them in Patchway. The Community Plan will be a key document in setting priorities for the future.

We would like to invite you to this event to:
– Hear about the priorities
– Work together to transform the consultation results into a community plan.

All welcome! It will also be an opportunity to meet with local partners and your local Councillors.

Any questions contact contact Debbie Woolley or Tom Llewellyn
01454 868583
debbiewoolley@southernbrooks.org.uk /

Article 4635 | Published - January 3rd, 2018

Warm and Well

Are you worried about how you are going to pay your gas and electricity bills this winter? Do you feel uncomfortable or ill because of cold or damp in your home? Is your boiler broken? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, and you are a home owner or private tenant you may be eligible for help.

Please contact the Warm & Well advice line on the free phone number 0800 500 3076 to see what may be available. Warm and Well offers households in South Gloucestershire free energy efficiency advice. You can speak to an advisor Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, who will let you know if you are eligible for a free home energy visit or financial help. Call us now before the cold really hits! All grants are subject to eligibility criteria, survey and funding availability. Funding changes all the time, so give the advice line a call! More information can also be found at www.warmandwell.co.uk

Warm and Well is managed by the educational charity Severn Wye Energy Agency and is funded by South Gloucestershire Council.

Article 4575 | Published - December 4th, 2017

South Gloucestershire Ageing Better Plan 2017 -2022

What is the Ageing Better Plan?

Our plan brings together the outcomes and priorities that will guide South Gloucestershire Council’s work to support older people (age 65+), the way we will measure our progress and how we will work to realise our ambitions. It is based on data, evidence and consultation with older people and wider partners across the area. This document sets out the guiding principles that all organisations working with older people in South

How can you find out more and have your say?  South Gloucestershire Council is now opening the Ageing Better Plan to public consultation between 11th October 2017 and 12th January 2018.

 We are keen to hear views from as wide a range of people as possible; tell us what you think of the plan, including how it could be improved, if we’ve left out anything that you think is a crucial issue, or how you’d like to get involved in making it happen.

 Read the Ageing Better Plan here

Read the Initial Equalities Impact Assessment of the plan here

 Take part in our online survey

  • Download and print a paper copy of the survey for members of the public  You can send your completed survey to us by Freepost using the address below – no stamp needed.
  • Email: consultation@southglos.gov.uk
  • Telephone: 01454868154
  • Write to us:


South Gloucestershire Council

Corporate Research & Consultation Team, Ageing Better Plan,

Council offices  Badminton Road  Yate  BRISTOL  BS37 5AF

 We look forward to hearing from you!

Article 4573 | Published - December 4th, 2017

BT Apprenticeship opportunity

BT are going to be opening cyber security apprenticeships soon . If you have teenagers completing A levels or equivalent this year this can be a great path through a full degree and will also pay you a salary and get you in a job post degree. Other apprenticeships are available too including within EE, which has a couple of offices at Aztec West. There’s even vehicle mechanic apprenticeships through Fleet and there’s a major Fleet depot in Horfield.For more information go to https://learning-employment.com/bt-customer-service-appren…/

Article 4477 | Published - November 10th, 2017

Help UK Air Ambulance Service


The UK’s Air Ambulance Services are charities which receive no government funding and rely entirely on charitable donations to continue flying and responding to life threatening emergencies. We are now volunteering our time to help raise funds through the recycling of postage stamps. All funds raised will be donated to the Association of Air Ambulances to be distributed equally to all UK Air Ambulance Services. Whether they are British or overseas ,new or used send them to us and we’ll turn them into funds to keep the UK Air Ambulance Services responding to life threatening emergencies. All you need to do is cut or carefully tear the stamped corner from any envelope or packet that you receive in the post and send them to us.

Air Ambulance-Stamp Appeal,

59 Mitre Copse


Near Eastleigh

Hants , SO50 8QE.


Article 4470 | Published - November 8th, 2017

Volunteer Opportunity

Are you looking for a flexible volunteer opportunity that only takes up an hour or two per month? Independent Custody Visitors turn up unannounced at police stations to check on the rights, entitlements and welfare of those in the police cells. They are entirely independent from the police. It’s all about basic human rights and ensuring equality and diversity are at the forefront of those responsible for the care of people in police custody. I’m looking for new volunteers to conduct visits at our Patchway police station. Interested? Find out more info here: http://www.avonandsomerset-pcc.gov.uk/Take-Part/Custody-Visiting.aspx or email pcc@avonandsomerset.police.uk

Article 4467 | Published - November 8th, 2017

New Dance Class

New Dance Class starting for Children and Adults.

Enquiries to oooharrproductions@gmail.com  Adults £7.00 and Children £5.00 No need to book New Dance Class @Coniston Community Centre

Article 4450 | Published - November 8th, 2017