Photo of Cllr Keith Cranney (right) bidding farewell to departing parish clerk Steve Shield.

Farewell to parish clerk Steve Shield

After nearly 22 years working in local government within South Gloucestershire, with the last nine years as parish clerk and responsible financial officer for Stoke Gifford Parish Council, Steve Shield recently left his post to take up a new position as town clerk of Sherborne in Dorset. During his time in post, Steve was instrumental in moving the parish council

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Stoke Gifford news round-up.

Stoke Gifford news round-up (Jun/Jul 2018)

June has seen the arrival of summer as the sun has shone down brightly on the village of Stoke Gifford. Here’s what has been happening this month. St Michael’s Church St Michael’s enjoyed their yearly ‘Church on the Green’ on Sunday 24th June where there was a large turnout to enjoy stories, songs and a picnic. This was then followed

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Stoke Gifford news round-up.

Stoke Gifford news round-up (May/Jun 2018)

This month we’ve seen the warm summer sunshine turn into cloud and thunderstorms, however, this hasn’t stopped the Stoke Gifford community from working hard and celebrating their successes. St Michael’s Primary School The children of St Michael’s have just celebrated the end of term with their own rendition of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (see photo to the right), performed in

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Stoke Gifford news round-up.

Stoke Gifford news round-up (March 2018)

Heavy snow has caused disruption and school closures all across the Stokes this month but there are finally some signs that spring has sprung with bright yellow daffodils being spotted in gardens and public parks. See below for key dates throughout the school holidays and the rest of April. St Michael’s Church The church have been extremely busy this month,

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