Welcome to MyYate, the online guide to what's on in the area, and who makes it happen!
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This month on MyYate there's a chance to win a bouquet of flowers from Red Door Coaching and Training, plus you could win a Gourmade meal from Stanshawe Service Station.
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The Go Vocal Choir is still meeting on zoom as sadly, while other things are opening up, the world of choir singing is not - droplets created when you sing mean the world will not be singing together for a while yet!
Go Vocal has had new members join during lockdown - if you'd like to join them, click below for contact details.
Whilst Green Community Travel are going to have to do things slightly differently for the time being, with the number of people on one bus and the distance between all the passengers, we’re confident we can still get people to where they want to go!
Please complete the questionnaire below to help us plan for what our passengers need, and also applying for grants and funding.
Green Community Travel staff are back in the office and looking at starting day trips again from August.
If you would be interested to meet friends or just get out of the house, please email Lauren below.
They can still take you to medical appointments and shopping, and can collect prescriptions for you.
South Gloucestershire Council have published their COVID-19 Local Outbreak Management Plan, which is designed to prevent and deal with any outbreaks of coronavirus in places such as care homes, schools and early years settings, communities and workplaces.
Supporting the test, trace and isolate programme, the council will work with the NHS, partners and stakeholders to provide a preventative, prompt and coordinated local approach.
The new Miss Millie's Fried Chicken restaurant at Yate Shopping Centre will open for business in North Walk on Monday 6th July.
To comply with current government guidelines, the well known brand will start by serving takeaway and online delivery orders with the 60-seater sit down restaurant scheduled to open as soon as the guidelines are relaxed.
South Gloucestershire Council has launched a public consultation on its draft of the Council Plan for 2020 - 2024.
The basis of the Council Plan is four key priorities, based on what residents consider important and what day-to-day evidence gathering suggests requires focus. Click below to read more...
You can now take used children's books, as well as puzzles and other books, to Cranleigh Court Community Hub and swap them for new ones.
Donations are needed urgently - please drop off to the hub on Thursday 11am-4pm or Monday 2-4pm.
The scheme, running Mondays 2-4pm, aims to combat loneliness and boredom during the Covid-19 outbreak.
One adult per household to attend only please. Social distancing will be in place. For more info or if you are unable to leave the house but would like a volunteer to collect on your behalf please email below.
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.