Yate is a UK town that lies 11 miles north east of Bristol, in the county of South Gloucestershire. The 2011 census put Yate's population at 21,603.
The history of the town is quite considerable. Yate is mentioned in the Saxon Chronicles and also, in the Domesday Book which makes our Yate over 1000 years old.
The Town Council represents the interests of the people of Yate. A large proportion of the Council's time is spent representing, lobbying and campaigning for the needs of our community.
The Council also provides the residents of Yate with leisure facilities and amenities, such as parks, play areas, football pitches, a skateboarding / BMX park and much more...
In addition, we own several properties including the Pop Inn Café, Yate Heritage Centre, the Parish Hall and Poole Court. Some of our facilities are available to hire.
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Beating of the the Bounds on the Common, Sunday 1st May 2016. Starting at 3pm from the St.Briavels Drive entrance of Yate Common. #NewsFlash
Yate Town Council, Poole Court
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