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..


Christmas Market

At the Peace Memorial Hall, Saturday 26th November. 11.00 - 2.00

Christmas Market

Barry's Christmas Bingo

At the Peace Memorial Hall 25th November 7.30p.m.

Barry's Christmas Bingo

Halloween Pumpkin Trail

Join in with the pumpkin trail, starting at the hall, following a safe route to find the pumpkins & clues, 
returning to the hall to claim a prize, refreshments & more! £2 per child.
Sat 29th Oct, 4.00-7.00pm

Useful 'Pokemon Go' Safety Advice And Tips For Parents

The NSPCC have issued useful advice to parents about how to keep children safe while using the popular new app 'Pokemon Go'.

It explains in simple terms what Pokemon Go is, what all the terms mean, highlights the risks and outlines tips for staying safe.

Sale of Produce

North Bradley Allotment Society are holding a sale of produce on Saturday 13th August from 10.00

Sale of Produce


Dog Fouling


There are still some irresponsible dog owners out there who do not clear up after their dogs.   Dog owners are, on the whole, a friendly lot. We all like to chat about our dogs and outdo each other on what they can do. Most owners are responsible but those of you who do not clean up after your dog give’s us all a bad name.

Reminder To Residents To Be Vigilant Following Scam Call 22/07/2016

Message sent by
Katie Bond (Police, Media Officer, Wiltshire)


Police are urging residents to be vigilant following an incident involving an elderly woman in Bradford-on-Avon.

On 20 July 2016, the woman received a call from a man claiming to be a police officer. He told the woman that somebody was in custody with her bank details.

He then went on to ask questions about her bank accounts including how much money she had in her account, and said that the police had been in touch with her bank.

He then called later that day and asked if the woman had spoken to her bank. She said no, and then ended the call.

PC Aimee Jenkins said: “We would like to remind residents that police officers would never call you out of the blue and we would never ask about your bank account details.

“Please do not give out any personal details over the phone and if you receive a call of this nature, please hang up immediately and dial 101.” 

Parish Council By Election

A by election for a vacancy on the Parish Council will be held on Thursday 11th August.

Statement of Persons Nominated