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home-page-imageA FREE weekly newspaper in a magazine format that focuses on genuinely local issues. For the last 4 years, The Week in has been the must read weekly in East Bristol and North East Somerset with 15,000 copies picked up and taken home. Presentation is attractive and practical (32 pages A4) and the content ensures it is read from cover to cover.

15,000 copies distributed every week throughout East Bristol and North East Somerset.

Local news as it happens, on line. Established in 2007.

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Appeal for witnesses following Kingswood night club assault

Police are appealing for help in identifying a woman who may have information about an assault at Chasers night club in Kingswood. The incident happened on Sunday 14th June when woman was punched in the face, sustaining a fractured cheekbone …

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    Pledge to tackle anti-social behaviour around new skatepark

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    Angry residents have highlighted a host of problems including noise, vandalism, intimidation, swearing and drug taking around the new £100,000 skatepark built on the old golf course at Warmley. The skatepark next to the former golf hut has been open …

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  • Under threat: Kingswood Civic Centre could be closed in three years

    Kingswood Civic Centre could be closed to save money

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    Kingswood Civic Centre, which four years ago underwent a £6m refurbishment, could be closed as part of a cost-cutting move, it was announced today. South Gloucestershire Council is investigating how it can “rationalise” its estate and its Conservative leader Cllr …

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    Dismay as Keynsham’s community floral display is destroyed

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    More than 200 knitted flowers put up on the bridge near Keynsham Memorial Park as part of the town’s entry into the South West in Bloom competition disappeared over the weekend. To widespread dismay, more than half of the Art …

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    Hampton Court Palace show garden uprooted and brought to St George

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    Community groups in and around St George invited people along to see the work they do today. It was a chance for visitors to see the new garden in front of Kensington House, left, the hostel for the homeless managed …

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