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..


Urgent Appeal for Volunteers

The Trowbridge Area Community Link Scheme (TACLS) is urgently seeking more volunteers in order to maintain and hopefully increase the volume of services it provides. Several members of our village are already very much involved with this scheme which works to help local people in a friendly and personal way but we now desperately need more helpers as the demand for our services continues to grow. TACLS aims to provide people in need with:
1. Transport to and from Hospitals, Doctors and Dental Surgeries and other medically related
2. Transport to visit relatives and friends in Hospitals and Care Homes.
3. Transport to local group meetings so that people who are no longer able to drive can maintain
contact with their friends.
4. Assistance with shopping or doing shopping from a list for people who are housebound.

Read more: Urgent Appeal for Volunteers

Bus Services Consulation

Wiltshire Council has launched a public consultation on the future of the bus services that they currently support. Set against a backdrop of a big reduction in overall funding for council services, they have put forward a number of options aimed at saving money from the supported buses budget, and are asking for your view on these.

Please have you say

Bus Consultation


Winter 2016 Newsletter

The Winter 2016 Newsletter  has now been published. Please click on the link to download. It is also available in the Quarterly Newsletter section above. If you have any neighbours who would like a hard copy, please contact the Parish Council.

Winter 2016 Newsletter

Warm and Safe Volunteers Wanted

We are running a project in Wiltshire called Warm and Safe Wiltshire . It is partnership between Wiltshire Council and Bristol Charity: The Centre for Sustainable Energy.

It is a health related project providing a service for people affected by cold living conditions and suffering from health conditions, helping them to save money on their energy bills and keep warm in their homes.

We are currently recruiting volunteers to help us deliver the project and I have attached a couple of posters that explain a bit more about the type of opportunities that are available.

Volunteer Poster        Volunteer Invitation


Coffee Morning Yarnbrook Chapel

A Coffee Morning is being held on Saturday 16th January from 10am - 12 noon. All are welcome


Church Lane Closure

Church Lane will be closed to through traffic on 22nd January 2016 for 1 day.

Closure Notice   Church Lane Diversion

Volunteers Wanted - Carer Support Wiltshire

Carers Support Wiltshire are a charity that offers support to unpaid carers. They cannot do this without  volunteers who support carers local to where they live. If you are interested in volunteering, more information on the poster.

Volunteers Wanted Carer Support Wiltshire 

New Year activities at North Bradley Baptist Church

Details of New Year activities at North Bradley Baptist Church.

New Year activities


Village Carol Service

The Village Carol service will take place on Sunday 20th December at 5p.m. at the North Bradley Baptist Church, followed by mince pies. All are welcome.

Warm & Safe Wiltshire

Living in a cold home can be bad for your health.  Consistently low temperatures in your home may exacerbate existing health issues (particularly respiratory and cardiovascular conditions) and make it harder for you to recover from illnesses.  It can cause you and your family to feel miserable at home, effecting concentration, dexterity and mental health. 

Residents can now contact Warm & Safe Wiltshire - the commitment from Wiltshire Council and Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service and their partners to help residents live in safer and healthier homes - and a one stop shop for all cold home and energy queries.  The service provides free, impartial advice about keeping your home warm, understanding your heating system and energy bills, switching energy supplier, making energy saving improvements and a comprehensive home fire safety check where eligible.  Energy advice can be given through home visits as well as over the phone.

Full Article

Warm & Safe Advert