Welcome to the North Bradley Parish portal, which serves the Villages of North Bradley, Yarnbrook, and Brokerswood. Please browse the various news items which appear.The website also contains valuable information about various aspects of our community, from facilities, to shows and groups in the parish If you are searching for something in particular, please use the search facility at the top of the site.  If you have any news items you wish to submit, please contact the Parish Council using the link above..


Carriageway Repairs Phillips Way Roundabout

Wiltshire Council have scheduled carriageway repairs at A363 St Philips Way Roundabout. The site extents and diversion route can be viewed on the attached drawings.

These works involve the resurfacing the existing carriageway, the installation of new road markings and the adjustment of surface ironwork.

The works will commence on Friday 18th October 2019 at 19:00 and will be completed by Tuesday 22nd October 2019 at 07:00 using a 24hr closure (weekend working included) however, on occasions they may over run due to uncontrollable circumstances such as plant breakdowns, if weather conditions are unfavourable, or occasionally we discover the need for additional repairs once the work has started.

Westbury Road, North Bradley will be closed for the total duration of the works from the A363 to allow the work to be undertaken using traffic signals on the roundabout itself.

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Pumpkin Trail

Saturday 26th Ocrober 4 pn to 7pm at the Peace Memorial Hall

Pumpkin Trail Poster

Temporary Closure Westbury Road

This Order will come into operation on 18 October 2019 and the closure will be required from 19:00 until 06:00 until 20 October 2019.

Closure Notice

Public Urged To Report Suspicious Activity Following Spate of Lead Thefts At Churches Across the County

Following a spate of lead thefts from church roofs across Wiltshire, we would like to urge members of the public to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity to us immediately.

In recent weeks, churches of all sizes across the county have been targeted including Malmesbury Abbey and Salisbury Cathedral.

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Yoga Classes

Hatha Flow class every Monday 12:30-1:30 in the Progressive Hall, North Bradley. Open to all abilities. £8.50 a session with complimentary herbal tea at the end of the session.

Book Launch of " A Walk Around North Bradley"

Ever wondered who lived in your house? What was there before your estate was built?

What was life like? Step back through time with a picture tour of North Bradley.

Thursday October 17th 2019, 7pm at North Bradley Baptist Church

A Walk Through Time

Free Musical Event

New! Palm Court Trio concerts at Trowbridge Town Hall

Trio Paradis - Jacquelyn Bevan (piano), Tim Robb/Lisa Betteridge (violin) & Linda Stocks (cello) - have been the palm court trio in residence at Midsomer Norton Town Hall since 2012, where their free monthly concerts draw a large and enthusiastic audience. In 2017 they started a series at Holy Trinity Church, Bradford-on-Avon, which also has a regular audience of some 60-80 people.

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Neighbourhood Plan - Submission Stage Consultation

The Submission Stage Consultation Stage is now underway! It runs from Monday 5th August to Tuesday 17th September. This is the second formal consultation that is required on the North Bradley Neighbourhood Plan – the ‘Submission Stage Consultation’ under Regulation 16 of the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations. The previous ‘Pre-Submission Consultation’, undertaken in January through to March 2019, was the first formal stage in gathering feedback from the community on the draft plan.

The Submission Stage Consultation reflects community-wide comments, observations, proposals and concerns about the village’s future, bringing them together into a 'living framework' that articulates the community’s overwhelming desire to make North Bradley an even better place to live, both now and in the future.   

The plan has been produced by a Neighbourhood Planning Steering Team including Parish Council members, community volunteers with support from a professional consultant and Wiltshire Council.

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Neighbourhood Plan Update

North Bradley Parish has reached a significant milestone in its journey to achieve a Neighbourhood Plan.  The final draft documents have been sent to Wiltshire Council and have been validated. Wiltshire Council will now carry out preparations to publicise the plan for a 6-week consultation period before the Plan goes in front of a planning Inspector. 

Lee Lee, the Parish Council Vice-Chairman and Chairman of the Steering Group, said “I am absolutely delighted to reach this stage.  It has been a long and difficult process but we have had the advice of a knowledgeable consultant and have an enthusiastic Steering Group of dedicated volunteers who are seeing it through.  Our residents have been very supportive throughout the various consultations. One particularly important policy has been to achieve a Landscape Gap between North Bradley village and the Wiltshire Council proposed development next to the White Horse Business Park.  It looks as though we have achieved this.”

Now the Neighbourhood Plan has got this far, it has formal standing and has to be taken into account by Wiltshire Planners when considering development applications within the parish.

North Bradley Peace Memorial Trust recreation ground is recognised as one of the UK’s very best

Today, a record number of parks and green spaces collect a Green Flag Award 

Peace Memorial Trust recreation ground in North Bradley has been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as one of the very best in the South West as one of only 11 sites to receive a Green Flag Community Award in this area.

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Arson attack at St Nicholas Church

There has been a single report of arson at two locations at St Nicholas Church, Church Lane. Police are patrolling the area and are paying close attention to any suspicious behaviour. Police would appreciate any information from any residents who may have been in the area and seen anything suspicious in or near the church between 1pm and 7:35pm on 30th June 2019.  Anyone seeing anything suspicious in future should call either 999 if an emergency situation or 101 if not an emergency. In any instance, quote police ref 54190063293.