Are you aged between 14-18 years and want to play football?
Then join us on Thursday evenings from 6-8pm at the King’s Oak Academy gym. More information HERE
Build up your football skills, play friendly in club matches and competitive matches against other teams. All skills and abilities welcome and it is completely FREE so come along and join us.
Please note our change of contact telephone number. The new number is 0117 329 2422.
Held on the last Saturday of every month. Refreshments available. Come and bring your items (and tables) to sell. £1 charge per table, or just pop along to grab a bargain and find out more about the Community Flat. More informtion HERE
Do you want to share a story or ideas with your neighbours? Get involved with writing the next Kingsmeadow Newsletter? For more details plase call 0117 329 2422 or email email@example.com
The Freedom Programme is now being run by Survive. All courses are open to women from any area and they have a specialised programme for younger women aged 16-24. all programmes are free and have a creche.
- Working towards freedom from domestic abuse – more information >>
- Support Group for young people aged 11-17 affected by previous abuse or violence in the home – more information >>
- Support Group for 7-11 year olds affected by previous abuse or violence in the home – more information >>
Last year the Kingsmeadow Flat received funding to buy a fleet of bikes for local residents to borrow for free. Originally, the bikes were to be housed in the Flat’s garage, but we have found that more room is needed! So we will be looking for your thoughts on a proposal to put a small contained by the ball court to house the bikes. No one wants to look at just a plain old container, so the plan is for renowned local graffiti artist Andy Council to work with local young people to design murals to make the container look amazing!
Based on results from South Gloucestershire’s consultations, there will be a new embankment slide and basket swing installed in the play area and a new ‘supernova’ roundabout by the ball court. Following comments from some residents, some small trees will be planted in the middle of the green so that they won’t shade out nearby houses. These trees will help screen the new eqiupment from residents overlooking the green. The money for this work is being provided by local Ward Councillors.