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The Local Area Guide to living in Bradley Stoke

Just nine miles away from Bristol lies Bradley Stoke, a new town built in the late 1980s in South Gloucestershire. What was once rural farmland is now a charming town, home to a bustling commuter community. Within the vibrant settlement lies an oasis of calm - The Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve. Here, you can marvel at the exquisite bluebell woodlands and feast your eyes upon a wealth of wildlife including skylarks and reed buntings.

Many are seduced by Bradley Stoke's heart warming community, its attempts at preserving the nature reserve, the great mix of shops, restaurants and pubs and of course, the attractive proximity to Bristol.

Information about the local residents

According to the 2011 Census, the population now stands at over 27,000. Thanks to the town's strategic position near the motorway and due to the continued development of the town, Bradley Stoke has managed to attract business owners (looking to profit from the expansion) and thus, potential employees. Many of those who reside here tend to either work in the business parks dotted around the town, in the chains found within the town shopping centre or in Bristol and thus, professionals and young families are among the main demographic in Bradley Stoke.

One thing is certainly apparent here and that's the strong sense of community present. The annual Bradley Stoke Community Festival (held in June, with various different events and activities taking place) perfectly epitomises this. If you're looking to relocate here, you will find yourself either owning or privately renting a detached, semi-detached, terrace, or maisonette property.

Nearby Schools

Families will be delighted to know that Bradley Stoke has several worthy educational institutions. Primary schools like Stoke Lodge and St Mary's Catholic both received an Ofsted rating of 'Good' and the percentage of pupils that achieved Level 4 or above in Maths, Reading and Writing was much higher than the national average of 78% - exemplifying the top educational standards present here.

At the secondary level, both Patchway Community College and Bradley Stoke Community school received an Ofsted rating of 'Good' and provide a flourishing environment for children to develop their skills. With the University of Bristol, a top university in the UK, a mere 20-minute drive away, a majority of school leavers tend to stay within the area.

Getting Around

Considering Bristol is only a short drive away, the town is highly favoured by commuters. In fact, Bradley Stoke's proximity to three major motorways: the M4, M5 and M32 offer road users quick access to cities such as Bristol as well as the South West of England and London. It's, therefore, unsurprising that most residents that live here own a car.

However, since Bradley Stoke is located in such a prime location, commuters can often get caught up in horrific daily traffic jams during peak hours. To aid this problem, the council introduced numerous bus services - 3B, 73, 77, & 963 - to help conveniently transport locals around Bradley Stoke, take them to Bristol City Centre and Bristol Parkway and Patchway - two nearby railway stations which take passengers to the capital in under two hours!

Walking is another popular method of transportation among residents as the town has numerous pedestrian and cyclist only routes. The Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve boasts tranquil traffic-free routes and allows you to explore more of the surroundings. For a quick getaway, Bristol International Airport is located nearby and offers domestic and international travel.

Local Shops

Bradley stoke is home to Willow Brook, a shopping centre, with several high street stores and restaurants as well as a large Tesco supermarket situated inside. There are a further three supermarkets in the town: two Tesco Express superstores and an Aldi. If, however, you prefer fresh seasonal produce over mass produced stock, the Bradley Stoke Farmers and Artisan Market (which only occurs once a month) is well worth a visit! A quick jaunt to nearby Bristol allows you to explore the city's ancient past as well as the opportunity to pick up new stylish attire.

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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.