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Moving to Bradley Stoke?
Bradley Stoke is the second largest town in South Gloucestershire. It is a relatively new town – plans for its construction were first released in 1982. In 1984 the name Bradley Stoke was chosen – a combination of the names of two streams that flow through the area: Bradley Brook and Stoke Brook. The town sits upon a parcel of around 1000 acres and these acres have been divided into specifically designated areas for residential housing, light industrial and commercial employment, public open space, schools – including six primary schools, health, leisure and sport facilities.
Over the years it has proven itself to be a very successful project – and is now a very popular place to live. Being situated as close as it is to the main motorway networks makes it a great place from which to commute. There are also some great local work opportunities nearby, which add to its potential as a place to make a home and life. It really is a bustling community that enjoys some great events and activities. In June the ‘Bradley Stoke Community Festival’ is hosted at the Jubliee Centre. It is a fun event organised by the local town council staff, and the local events team, and brings in families from all over the area.
The town was fortunate enough to have had three pretty existing bluebell woodlands incorporated into it’s design – Savage’s Wood, Webb’s Wood and Sherbourne’s Wood – These three woods combined make up the extensive Three Brooks Nature Reserve. A haven for walkers, nature enthusiasts, cyclists and ramblers and more – and you can’t get lost, as it is very well signposted! It has ponds, brooks, open rough grasslands and hedgerows as well as the woodland – all of which provide a wonderful natural habitat for many species of animals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and insects. A local residents conservation group look after the reserve: They also organise various environment awareness events, which include practical workdays where local volunteers help with coppicing and ditch clearing, and other necessary jobs. It is a great way of pulling together the community and the children love it!
South Gloucestershire, as a district, was also created fairly recently – 1996 – Formed when the county of Avon was decreed to be no longer a county by the merging of the districts Kingswood and Northavon. South Gloucestershire is a unitary district – which quite simply means that it is responsible for all its local government functions and other additional functions that normally would be dealt with by the national government.
It is a particularly beautiful part of the UK with its rolling hills, woodland, quaint medieval villages and castles. It is an area rich in history and home to some wonderful places to explore – including the famous Thornbury Castle – a 16th century building that is now run as a very successful country house hotel. It has a fascinating history and some truly spectacular grounds to walk about in. One cannot deny that South Gloucestershire would be a fantastic place to live!