In consideration of the Covid 19 situation, and government advice, the Emersons Green Town Council Offices will be closed to members of the public with immediate effect.

The post box will be checked periodically and phones will still be covered.

The best method of communication is by email;

We hope that residents stay safe and well during these unusual and difficult times.



Please see guidance from the National Allotment Society on attending allotments.

Current guidance is that attending allotments counts as ‘exercise’. Allotment holders can continue to attend their plots, as long as they are not self isolating or have a member of the family who is ill. Allotment holders should also maintain the 2m distance from others.



South Gloucestershire Council have announced some changes to waste services in response to the Covid-19 outbreak:


In these challenging times we have to make difficult decisions. Waste is an essential service and we are doing all we can to continue collections during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak while protecting our staff and residents. We have made some immediate changes to our services and further changes will be introduced from Monday 30 March. 

Full details are below and we would appreciate any help you can offer by sharing the messages within your community groups and any residents who you know that may be digitally excluded.

Press release here –

To help manage enquiries during this time, any service issues such as missed bins, please can you report these online using the form here –

If you have an issue that requires extra support please email



The coronavirus situation is fast-moving and there is an increasing amount of misinformation online. Residents are reminded to check the following government sources of information:



A voluntary Facebook group has set been set up by local residents in South Gloucestershire offering help and support to those in need:

COVID-19 Help, Support And Volunteering South Glos and Bristol