Pucklechurch Village Trail: This walk aims to guide people both local and visitor, around some of the fascinating historic sites in the village centre. Not many Parishes in England can point to the former existence of a Royal building within their boundaries
South Gloucestershire LINk (Local Involvement Network) gives you the opportunity to influence local health and social care services.
The Counselling Directory website lists UK counsellors and psychotherapists, with information on their training and experience, areas of counselling, fees and contact details. The Counselling Directory service is free and confidential.
Well Aware ~ Your guide to health, wellbeing and community services in Bristol, South Gloucestershire and Bath & North East Somerset.
Bristol transport website: A map-based site covering all of Bristol, including parts of S. Glos. (incl. Pucklechurch) and North Somerset. As well as bus routes and times, train times, car club locations and car parks, it shows bike lanes, cycle tracks and the cityís quieter roads and back streets.
A daily updated Bristol Airport news page plus a news archive
Community Rights resource pack from Friends of the Earth is to help local people and communities get their voice heard in decisions which affect them.
Preparing for emergencies ~ South Gloucestershire Council have issued information on how you can prepare both you and your family for an emergency. Click here for links to provide you with a number of downloadable PDFs, tools, tips and resources to enable you and your family to become resilient to a wide range of potential incidents in South Gloucestershire.
Street Party anyone? South Gloucestershire Council has produced a simple guide for streets or neighbourhoods wishing to hold a street party to celebrate the Royal Wedding, Diamond Jubilee, Ashes success, world cup win or other event. Click here for the guide (PDF format).
Want to quit smoking. www.QuitDay.org, helps people quit smoking and advocates for healthy, smoke-free public spaces and towns. Also the American Cancer Society supports a tobacco-free lifestyle (http://www.cancer.org/)