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While over 20 essential stores have been operating Yate Shopping Centre since lockdown, the Centre is now helping individual non-essential shops with their plans, ready to open if they can on June 15th.
Our priority at the moment is to ensure that we have a well-organised system in place to help the public get around the Centre whilst adhering to the Government’s social distancing guidelines. Click below to read more...
Click below to read an open letter to all South Gloucestershire Residents from Council Leader Toby Savage, offering a heartfelt thank you to everyone who has helped across our community, as we have responded together to the COVID-19 outbreak.
NO-ONE SHOULD GO HUNGRY! A lady self- isolating, unable to shop - with no family or friends to help - left stuck without essential items. Someone shielding, who was receiving government food parcels and now anxious that this help will be stopped. A person who had been furloughed and the company couldn’t afford to pay any extra. A mother of two who had regularly been skipping her own meals so there was enough for her children. This crisis continues to affect us. Our WAMA food boxes of essential items are available to anyone who needs one.
Click below for more details of how to order one, or call the WAMA number 07545 042794.
ST ANDREW'S CHURCH CROMHALL 100 CLUB MAY DRAW RESULTS
£30 KEN PARKER (NO.2)
£20 KAY REA (NO.71)
£10 LINDA CLOTHIER (NO.53)
The next draw will be in Cromhall Village Shop at 11am on Friday 28th August. Thanks to everyone for their support and have a healthy and stress free summer. Click below to read more...
Strict social distancing measures are being introduced at Yate Shopping Centre ahead of the re-opening of non-essential retail units on 15th June.
The measures in all pedestrian walkways will be well signposted and Centre staff will be on hand to assist and guide customers as necessary. Click below to read more...
Please do get in touch if you have any worries or concerns, or even just fancy a chat! We’re all still working from home at the moment but the buses are still on the road. The staff have all gone above and beyond to make sure we can still run the transport and help people that need us.
We’ve also been helping South Glos with the delivery of emergency food parcels, we’ve been able to do that 5 days a week for a couple of months now, as well as collecting and dropping off prescriptions for people and shopping for those that don’t have family nearby or a good support network. See our website below for updates.
While Penny Smith is unable to run her usual Treasured Moments Baby Massage classes, she is offering an online course of four videos plus handouts, teaching you how to give your baby a whole body massage. Click below or call 07773 342707 to find out more.
Our waste collection service for bulky household items such as furniture, large domestic appliances and mattresses has now been reinstated after being temporarily suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.
South Glos Council can collect up to three items for £29.00. There is a concessionary rate of £14.50 for those on certain benefits*. To book, call 01454 868000. Click below to find out more.
Paula Betty says: "We have 5 goldfish we would like to find a good home for, due to the fact we would like to fill in our pond. They are about 9 to 12 inches long and free to anyone who can collect them. Please call 01454 294411 (Cromhall)
We can now access thousands of local and national newspapers free of charge through our online library resources.
They now offer the majority of national and local papers in addition to a range of international titles.
During the coronavirus pandemic there has been a significant increase in the number of people accessing online library resources, so they have been increased and expanded with the help on a grant of £1,000 from the Arts Council England.
South Gloucestershire Libraries also offer ebooks, eaudiobooks, digital magazines and eComics.
After successfully re-opening three of our Sort It recycling centres at Thornbury and Yate last weekend, we are now in a position to accept a full range of waste at both sites from Thursday 21 May.
Some restrictions around the type of waste that could be disposed of were in place so we could implement essential social distancing measures and evaluate how efficiently the sites were operating with the measures in place.
With residents listening to advice around only using the sites if absolutely necessary, it now means we can return to accepting our normal range of waste and we will continue to offer extended opening hours until further notice: 6am to 6pm, 7 days a week, including Bank Holiday Monday 25 May.
Please look out for a black neutered male cat that has gone missing in the Cowship Lane area.
It disappeared around a week ago, and the owner would be grateful if you could check in your sheds/garages etc.
Please email below if you can help...
Red Door Coaching and Training are very pleased that their new website is live! We have updated our look to reflect how Red Door has progressed over the last few years. We are also sharing what we can do for our clients in an easier to access, clearer format.
This period of lockdown has made us make many changes to how we are working. For the first time we are running online workshops, successfully delivering training remotely to teams working from their homes.
Our experience of delivering workshops that focus on Managing Remote Teams, Managing by Outcomes, Dealing with Stress and Resilience have been valuable to our business in these different times.
While we have been getting used to working from home we are equally looking forward to stepping back into the wider world.
South Gloucestershire Council are inviting feedback on our new Council Plan which covers the period 2020 to 2024.
We would like to hear from residents, businesses and other organisations about their views on our key priorities and commitments for the next four years and onwards. See below for more...
If you need support during this Coronavirus crisis, you can contact community development organisation Southern Brooks. Call 07773 209943 or email below 8am-8pm for advice on practical and wellbeing support.