The Parish Council will be holding an Open Day on Saturday 19th November starting at 11am in the Village Hall. You may remember the last Open Day was in February 2020 and just a month later we were in lockdown!
If you run a group in the village and would like a table to showcase what you do, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a space.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the period of National Mourning when no public notices can be published. The Bradleys Both Parish Council meeting that was due to be held on 20th September will now take place on Tuesday 27th September at 7.30pm in the Methodist chapel schoolroom.
Bradley Show will go ahead on Sunday 11th September. However, to mark the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth there will be an announcement at 12 noon, followed by 2 minutes silence and the National Anthem. There will be a Book of Condolence in a gazebo at the Show for anyone who would like to leave a message. On Monday the Book will be available to view and sign in the Village Hall Committee room until after the day of the funeral. It was felt that this was the best way for the Community to come together to remember and what the Queen would have wanted…business as usual.
Books of Condolence have also been opened at Skipton Town Hall and at the Council offices in Belle Vue Square, Skipton. An online book of condolence is available via Buckingham Palace’s website at https://www.royal.uk
Join us for the launch of Bradley Big Screen. We are showing the 2022 biographical musical drama Elvis for our first screening. This will be a fun night with refreshments available and some extra features to celebrate the launch of Bradley’s own community cinema.
Elvis is a 2022 biographical musical drama film directed by Baz Luhrmann, who co-wrote the screenplay with Sam Bromell, Craig Pearce, and Jeremy Doner. The film follows the life of rock and roll icon, singer, and actor Elvis Presley, told from the perspective of his manager, Colonel Tom Parker. It stars Austin Butler in the title role with Tom Hanks as Parker, while Olivia DeJonge, Helen Thomson and Richard Roxburgh co-star.
To ensure we’re able to apply for drought permits this winter, we are putting a hosepipe ban in place from 26 August 2022, which would mean the following activities are prohibited:
Watering a garden using a hosepipe
Cleaning a private motor-vehicle using a hosepipe
Watering plants on domestic or other non-commercial premises using a hosepipe
Cleaning a private leisure boat using a hosepipe
Filling or maintaining a domestic swimming or paddling pool
Drawing water, using a hosepipe, for domestic recreational use
Filling or maintaining a domestic pond using a hosepipe
Filling or maintaining an ornamental fountain
Cleaning walls, or windows, of domestic premises using a hosepipe
Cleaning paths or patios using a hosepipe
Cleaning other artificial outdoor surfaces using a hosepipe
Customers can still carry out these activities if they use water from a bucket or watering can; or use water that is not sourced from the mains such as grey water, rainwater from a water butt through a hosepipe, or private boreholes for example.
The Canal & River Trust are going to try a temporary fix to let the canal reopen in the next two weeks. We’ll do this by clearing the bed of the canal and placing supports over the top of the culvert to reduce the weight on them and prevent it collapsing further, and then relining over the top to prevent leakage through from the canal into the culvert. It is hoped this work will be done by 9th July.
“The design work on the permanent fix can then continue until approximately September, then we can plan the works in canal closure window this winter if all goes well with the temporary fix.”
The tow path will be closed while the temporary fix is carried out and then again in the winter for several months while the permanant repair is done.