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..
|Have a non-urgent appointment at the RUH or other hospital in Wiltshire? Having problems getting there? Did you know that there is a now a bookable free service for non-emergency appointments at Wiltshire hospitals? Well there is!|
North Bradley Computer Club, Peace Memorial Hall, North Bradley - are holding a 'special' free session for Be Online Week on Sunday 1st March, 10.30 - 12.00 noon when all potentially interested adult learners are welcome to drop in to see what they could do online, anyone interested in helping out with teaching or maintenance also welcome! Our usual sessions are on Tuesday mornings. Enquiries 01225 765644.
Congratulations to Christine Baldy of Pine Walk.
The Trowbridge Area Community Link Scheme urgently needs more volunteer drivers to help in our work with the elderly, infirm and disadvantaged members of our local community.
Police and Crime Commissioner Angus Macpherson today (Monday 6 October 2014) launches a major consultation with farmers, land owners and others who live - or earn their living - in rural Wiltshire.
Regular consultation with the people of Wiltshire and Swindon is a key requirement of the PCC.
A quick and easy-to-complete survey goes live today on the Commissioner’s website:http://www.wiltshire-pcc.gov.uk/Feedback/Rural-Crime-Survey-2014.aspx
Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group is led by local GPs. We plan and pay for the majority of NHS services that you use across the county. Over the next five years, we know that demand for NHS services in Wiltshire will continue to increase but the money we have available to spend on these services will not increase at the same rate.
Modern advances in healthcare are helping people to live for longer than ever before which is a cause for celebration. However, this does mean that the demand for NHS services from the over-65s is expected to increase significantly over the coming years. As a result, the CCG needs to adapt the way we provide NHS services so that they better meet the needs of our ageing population.
How will we meet this challenge?