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With the lighter evenings and hopefully sunnier days, Abbotswood Action Group are challenging you to get out and about and doing virtual walks/runs.
Click below to read their latest blog post...
Paul Carroll, former bank manager at the Yate branch of HSBC, has started in post as Yate Town Council’s Finance Manager and Responsible Finance Officer.
Paul is taking over from former Deputy Town Clerk and outgoing Responsible Finance Officer, Steph Davies, after 30 years of service to Yate Town Council. Click below to read more...
There are important new rules that will apply to personal injury claims arising from road accidents that occur on or after 31 May 2021. Click below to read an article from Yate's Wards Solicitors for more details...
Yate Town Council has two funds to support organisations working to help the community - one has £4,500 to boost local organisations supporting the local community in the battle against the coronavirus, and one to promote an active community in Yate through non-profit making organisations whose intention is to improve the range of services and activities in the town. Applications are particularly welcome from community groups with a focus on achieving or helping others achieve carbon net zero.
If your organisation is in need of some financial assistance and provides a beneficial service or activity for the community of Yate, click below to apply for grant funding from Yate Town Council.
Love performing arts but not had formal training in dance, drama or singing? We have an incredible opportunity for you to unleash your potential!
You could win a year’s FREE tuition, over 100 hours of exceptional performing arts tuition, worth up to £840!
PLUS, the opportunity to take part in an annual variety showcase, local performances, auditions and specialist workshops. Applications close on 19th June 2021. Click below to find out how to apply...
An exciting opportunity has arisen for older people and their carers in Yate, Sodbury, Frampton Cotterell and the surrounding areas. Since the pandemic, older people have had respite services cut and many of their community social events have been cancelled.
Adorno Companions founder Emma Doney has started Adorno Community Day Centre and aims to support up to 45 people per week across 3 sites, from 17th May 2021 onwards. The Day Centre is now taking bookings with day care provided between 10:00-14:00 every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Get the kettle on and grab your knitting needles - The Big Knit is back!
For every behatted smoothie that gets sold, Age UK will receive 25p to help us be there for older people in South Gloucestershire who have no one else to turn to.
Click below to read more...
Non-essential shops in Yate Shopping Centre are actively making preparations to welcome shoppers.
Andrew Lowrey, Centre Manager, said: “It is great news that the Centre will once again be very nearly fully open although there will still be restrictions on cafés and licensed premises who will only able to serve customers outdoors." Click below to read more...
Yate Heritage Centre is undertaking a community history project based on Domestic Service in the Yate area. If you have knowledge, background, photos or memories of domestic service please do let us know. Click below to read more.