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Town Council - Local Initiatives



Have your say on South Gloucestershire Council Bus Services

Bus Service Consultaion

Article 4088 | Published - July 24th, 2017


St Chad’s Pre School Open Day

Open Day @St Chad's Church pre-school

Article 4084 | Published - July 24th, 2017


FREE Summer Playscheme

Playscheme 2017 Playscheme inner pages 2017

Article 4081 | Published - July 24th, 2017


Animal Agents -Summer Reading Challenge

animal Agents

Article 4073 | Published - July 24th, 2017


Brooks Cafe-Patchway Summer Opening Hours

Brooks cafe (Patchway ) summer openings
From Monday 17th July -till Monday 4th September 2017

Monday 8am -2-30pm
Tuesday 8am -2-30pm
Wednesday 8am-2-30pm
Thursday 8am – 2-30pm
Friday. 8am -2-30pm

For more information go to www.southernbrooks.org.uk

Brooks Cafe  : 0796 9627 104

Article 4038 | Published - July 17th, 2017


Recycling Collection Changes

CHANGES TO BIN COLLECTIONS
A simplified recycling service with weekly collections for paper, cardboard, plastics, cans, cartons and glass will be introduced this summer, making recycling easier for residents. The weekly food service will continue . New single pass vehicles will replace the current two vehicle system. The new “Romanquips” can collect all recycling in one go. By using these vehicles we can deliver weekly recycling for the same cost as the old two vehicle fortnightly service. Residents will still need to sort their recycling for collection but can chose to use their existing containers or green boxes instead of bags for plastics and card-board. The weekly recycling will mean there is less recycling for residents to store at home . Once weekly recycling has been established the current 240 litre black bins for non-recyclable household waste will be swapped for smaller 140 litre bins.
The change is being made to encourage more re-cycling as the average contents of the old black bins contains 52% of recyclable material . The old bins will be collected and sold for onward processing where the plastic will be recycled into new recycling boxes. Some households have authoirsed extra capacity for black bins and they will continue to receive an extra capacity service which will be reviewed every year. Households with extra needs who are worried that they will struggle with a smaller bin can contact us so we can make sure the right support is provided before we change their bin.
Households with children under 5 in nappies can use our nappy bag collection service. They will be supplied with a roll of purple sacks for nappy waste which can be put out next to the black bin on collection day. This service means that there will be more space in the black bin for these fami-lies to dispose of normal non-recyclable waste. We are also helping families who wish to change to reusable nappies with our “Happy Nappies “ scheme where they can buy discounted reusable nappy kits for £128 (they normally retail at £250).
The collection routes will have to change. However households experiencing a change in collection day have been kept to a minimum. Any household waiting for a black bin collection for more than two days longer than the normal fortnight will be given an interim collection. More information about the Waste Strategy including frequently asked questions about the changes is available at www.southglos.gov.uk/wastestrategy.

Article 4012 | Published - June 20th, 2017


Patchway Cricket Club News

Patchway Cricket Club have signed up to a brilliant new program called All Stars Cricket, https://www.ecb.co.uk/play/all-stars. The sessions are aimed at children 5-8 years old and will be part of the clubs training morning starting on Saturday 20th May. If you are interested then please go to the link and sign up.

Article 3749 | Published - April 4th, 2017


New Advice Appointments

North Bristol New Advice Appointments

Article 3746 | Published - April 3rd, 2017


Create a new Community Computer Game

Superflus GamesConiston Community Centre have managed to get Superfluous Games and indie gaming company to create a Community game with us.Every Thursday between 4pm and 6pm, they will be holding a weekly workshop, where they welcome drop-ins too.

This is for all ages; whether you are 1 or 100 they will help you find a way to get involved.

Whether you want to learn how to code computer games, see your child’s drawing of a monster be put into a real game, have a character based on you or an amazing idea that you want brought to life, or just play around a bit; Superfluous Games are keen to get everyone involved.The aim is that with in a few weeks we will have a playable computer/mobile game that was created solely by members of the community and playable for all.They also do website and graphic design, mobile apps and so much more tech related greatness.

Article 3691 | Published - March 15th, 2017


Patchway Garden Society

SUMMER 2017 

 All are welcome to our evening meetings in the Casson Centre,Rodway Road, on the 3rd Monday of each month at 7 p.m. for a 7.30 p.m. start.Refreshments and raffle at each meeting.

 Monday 19 June:      Botanical Orchid Gardens in Singapore.  Talk by Mervyn Reed        Monday 17 July:          My way of growing Fuchsias,  Talk by Peter Holloway

 Monday 18 September:   “A Year on a Dairy Farm, Talk by Richard Cornock

 Monday 16 October:   Calgary to Vancouver Island, Talk by David Hartnell

 Saturday, 22 July:   Patchway Garden & Flower Show at   Patchway Community Centre, Rodway Road

 For further information on the Society, please contact the Secretary,

Joe Hicks on 01454-501278 or Treasurer, Kath Harris on 0117-969-5275

Article 3633 | Published - January 31st, 2017