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Thank you,

Val Turner.

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We have been contacted by The Community Safety Partnership and they have asked us to put the following on our website.

'The Community Safety Partnership has a duty to consult with local residents on their perception of crime in their neighbourhoods. The results of this survey, combined with local crime data, inform the CSP’s planning process and determine the focus of its projects and priorities.

This eight-question short survey is open online from 16th March until 27th April 2022 at https://jsia.questionpro.eu. I would appreciate you sparing the time to complete the survey' 

COVID UPDATE

Currently Bradley Parish Council are running in accordance with the Government recommendations for Covid.  

Thank you 

Val Turner 

Chair Bradley Parish Council.

Email - bradleyparishcouncil@gmail.com 

Tel - 078 4919 4866


 

The Parish of Bradley

Bradley Parish is a small Parish with approximately 130 residents. It is a very picturesque village situated in the countryside on the outskirts of Grimsby, between Laceby and Waltham and approximately 4 miles from the Town Centre, 2 miles from the A180, leading to the M180, the M18 and ultimately the M1.

As there is no village hall the central point of the village is St Georges Church which holds much history and is set in a pretty setting at the corner of Church Lane.

Just outside the village is a relatively new development of a Football Training Complex.

The Community consists of many diverse ages and professions all of which will happily come together if the need arises. Within the community it is felt that keeping the village as a traditional village is very important, and even though there has been a small development of 12 properties on what was originally a farmyard, over the last 3 years this has not changed the ethos of the village in any way.

There are many Bridleways through the village and around the surrounding area where walkers, dog walkers and horse riders can access the open countryside.