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..


Neighbourhood Plan Update

North Bradley Parish Council began working on your Neighbourhood Plan around three years ago.  The plan gives parishioners direct power to deliver their vision of the change they want to see.A key issue has been keeping North Bradley separate from Trowbridge which the Plan will help to do.

Neighbourhood Plan update and next steps

The Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust Online Safety Initiative

Rail Services December and over Christmas

Great Western Rail will have no trains between 15th December and 3rd January through Westbury due to signals being moved and platforms being lengthened to accommodate new longer trains. A bus service will be in operation to transport passengers.

Novelty Dog Show

The Novelty Dog Show has been re-arranged, and will take place on Sat 29th September. Registration 10.30.

Dog Show Poster

Peace Memorial Hall AGM

The Peace Memorial Hall AGM will take place on Wed 19th September at 8.00 p.m. All Welcome

AGM Poster



Green Flag Award

North Bradley Peace Memorial Trust Recreation Ground is recognised as one of the UK’s very best green spaces.

Housing Site Allocations Plan UPDATE

This is due to go before Cabinet members of Wiltshire Council on Tuesday 3rd July before going to full Council on Tuesday 10th July. 

As you will know, the community have been working to create a neighbourhood plan for the village. This neighbourhood plan would, for the first time, mean that local residents and not officers at Wiltshire Council, would decide where any new houses go and, crucially, how many there would be.

However, officers at Wiltshire Council intend at its meeting on 3rd July, to persuade county councillors to ignore all our hard work and instead press ahead with imposing their Housing Site Allocations Plan (HSAP) on us. This will at a stroke destroy hundreds of hours of volunteer work and waste thousands of pounds of public money in terms of grant aid.

Please contact the following to raise your objection to the HSAP’s destruction of both YOUR neighbourhood plan and Greenfields.

Contact Details

Housing Site Allocations Plan - The Parish Council's Response

The Parish Council has submitted its response to Wiltshire Council's Housing Site Allocations Plan.

North Bradley Parish Council's Response

Changes to kerbside recycling collections

From the 30 July 2018 the materials that people can recycle at home from the kerbside is changing.

In addition to cardboard and plastic bottles, people will be able to recycle food and drink cartons, plastic pots, tubs and trays in their blue lidded bin.

What can be recycled?

Plastic bottles of any colour except black, including:

  • Washing up liquid bottles
  • Bleach bottles
  • Laundry liquid and fabric conditioner bottles
  • Cooking oil bottles
  • Drinks bottles
  • Juice or squash bottles
  • Milk and yoghurt drink bottles
  • Handwash bottles
  • Shampoo and conditioner bottles
  • upright 'pump' type toothpase tubes

Plastic pots, tubs and trays

  • yoghurt pots, margarine tubs, ice cream tubs
  • plastic food trays i.e meat, fruit and vegetable trays (no black plastic)
  • Food and drink cartons

Cardboard of any colour including:

  • Cereal boxes
  • Egg boxes
  • Ready meal sleeves
  • Food packaging boxes and sleeves
  • Brown paper
  • Greetings cards
  • Wrapping paper (but not the foil kind)
  • Pizza boxes
  • Shoe boxes
  • Shredded paper - please place inside a cardboard box, such as a cereal box
  • Toilet and kitchen rolls
  • Corrugated cardboard

Recycling Leaflet

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Illness, disability, old age; there are many reasons why three in five of us will look after a loved one and become carers at some point in our lives. Becoming a carer can affect personal finances, social life, education and employment, and general health and well-being. Who cares? We do.

Carer Support Wiltshire is a local charity which can help you access the information and support you might need.  We also offer one to one and group support, carer cafes, complementary therapy sessions and breaks from your caring role.

So whether you’re caring full time, for a few days a week, or juggling work with looking after someone, don’t struggle on your own. Contact us on 0800 181 4118 or visit our website at