Road Safety – Highways Visit Tuesday 5th September 2017

The Parish Council has arranged for the Head of Highways at NYCC and other officers to visit Bradley to observe the road safety issues that cause concern on Tuesday the 5th September.

Members of the Parish council will visit areas around the village and at 4.30pm residents are invited to the Village Hall to meet with Highways officers and share experiences and concerns or ask any questions.

For further information please email

Bradley Show

Bradley Show is this year to take place on Sunday 3rd September. The successful format of last year will continue with the addition of a few new attractions such as Archery, an aerial bird of prey display and static display offering ’hold a bird’. Also in the Entertainments tent there will be Drumming workshops for adults and accompanied children of 6 and over. Bradley Show will also be hosting Drystone radio.

Last year saw the first 'Party in the Park' - a great evening of music and dancing. This has been made a bi-annual event, so you will see its return next year.

Bradley Show Schedule and entry forms have now been delivered to all Bradleys Both village residents and there will be spare copies at the Village Store. All the details of this year's show including the Schedule and Programme can be viewed on the Bradley Show Website. You can also download exhibit entry forms.

This year, entries are open to anyone, residents or non-residents and entries with monies should be deposited in the Show post box at the Village Store by 5pm on Wednesday the 30th August. For those of you who are able to offer a little extra help and support, sign up sheets are also available in the Village Store.

Views needed on road safety

Road safety in Bradley is important to all residents, whether you're driving, walking or cycling through the village. There are areas that concern everyone and improvements that could be made, but the Parish Council need to hear about these in order to provide the best service they can to residents.

If you have specific concerns, have been involved in an incident in the village or have suffered or witnessed a near-miss that would indicate a potential problem, please get in touch. You can email and you do not need to include your name should you wish to remain anonymous.

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