Bats at Centenary Field: Family bat talk, activities & bat box installation

Poster of event - full info below.

Bats at Centenary Field!

Go batty this half term with our family bat talk and activities with Bristol Bat Rescue.

Bristol Bat Rescue will talk to you about bats and, weather permitting, run some activities for the children such as bat themed colouring.

We will also be installing the bat boxes made by residents at the community event last July, which were kindly donated to the parish council to be used at the field.

Everyone of all ages are welcome to come and learn about these amazing creatures.

We will be meeting at the big red wheel in Centenary Field, Wednesday 19th February at 12pm.

Wear wellies or boots as the field can be muddy in places.

Contact Daisy for more information:

Donations on the day very welcome for Bristol Bat Rescue.

See you there!

History Society: Memories wanted!

Poster that reads: Do you remember Frampton Cotterell and Coalpit Heath in WW2?
Or do you know someone who might?  The Frampton Cotterell and District Local History Society is looking for memories and photographs of the villages from the war years, to display in commemoration of 75 years since VE Day in May.  PLEASE, get in touch!
Email our secretary, or contact us through our Facebook page, framptoncotterelllocalhistory 
              Thank you!

From the Frampton Cotterell and District Local History Society:

Our nation will  mark the 75th anniversary of  Victory in Europe ( VE Day)  on Friday  8 May 2020 , to pay tribute to those who served in one of the most significant periods in our country’s history.

Frampton Cotterell and District Local History Society are  asking   local people   to kindly  share  any stories to tell about their own, or their parents and grandparents,  experiences of  living here  in those  war years.  We would appreciate  copies of photos  of memorabilia ,  artefacts,  the people , medals ,  diaries etc. Our focus  will be on the parishes of Frampton Cotterell and Coalpit Heath.

The history society intend to put together a small V E display  which  will be on view  at   the  Brockeridge Centre during May 2020.

All of the material will be collated into a folder and stored with  our archives.  If possible it would also be an amazing opportunity for us to interview local people  and hear their personal testimony,  perhaps even to record their  voices.

 If anyone has any information can they  please contact the ( underscore line between y and f)

Frampton Youth Club Re Opening

Frampton Youth Club is re opening on December 10th for school years 6 to 8 at the Brockeridge Centre on Woodend Road. £2 entry.

The group will include arts & crafts, sports, media, workshops, life skills, trips, tuck shops and much more!

You can contact the youth club for more information:

Or visit their Facebook page, insta or website.

Please note, the Youth Club will be closed between 24th December and 7th January.

Youth group poster. Information in above text.