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This month on MyYate there's a chance to win a family ticket to the South Glos Show on August 6th and 7th, plus you could win free hire of the Community Function Suite at YOSC.
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Mark Crutchley, Director of the Circadian Trust, a social enterprise that delivers sport and leisure facilities in partnership with South Gloucestershire Council, has been shortlisted for the Institute of Directors (IoD) South West regional Director of the Year Awards.
Mark has been at the helm of the Circadian Trust since it was established just over ten years ago. Today it operates seven Active Leisure Centres in Thornbury, Bradley Stoke, Yate, Longwell Green, Kingswood, Patchway and Downend.
This is an invitation to all patients of Courtside, Kennedy Way, West Walk and Wellington Road Surgeries to join your Patient Participation Group.
Working in partnership with GPs and Practice Teams, Patient Participation Groups ensure that the patient's perspectives are at the heart of local provision so that services are of a high quality and continuously improving. PPG's also provide practical support in the surgery, foster improved communication between the practice and its patients and help patients to take more responsibility for their own health. If you are interested please contact or call in at your surgery for further details.
The final pieces of the Yate Riverside jigsaw are now falling into place as works start on preparing the TK Maxx store and Dean’s Diner opens its doors to the public in what are described as two more very significant offers at the leisure scheme. Click below to read more...
Latest news from the Gazette:
• Yate and Sodbury secondary schools announce open days for 2017 intake
• Police appeal for help after 'dangerous' sex offender absconds from Leyhill Prison
• Teacher of the Year: Yate teacher Laura Hobbs helps children of all abilities
• Leisure centres in South Gloucestershire launch children's online water safety game
• Yate is ready for a right royal party
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