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Promoted: Chris Skidmore is now part of the Treasury team

Kingswood MP joins the Treasury team

Kingswood MP Chris Skidmore has been appointed as Parliamentary Private Secretary to Chancellor George Osborne. Tonight Mr Skidmore said: “I’m honoured to join the Treasury team, working to continue to fix our economy and delivering on some of our key …

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  • Police Accident

    Appeal for public’s help following fatal crash on A37

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    Police are appealing for the public’s help following a fatal crash on Hursley Hill near Whitchurch yesterday. It is the third fatal on this stretch of the A37 in nine months. A Peugeot 206 was travelling southbound out of Bristol …

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  • Jane Curtis and Lorraine Smith from the Kingsmeadow Community Flat

    Thousands enjoy Family Fun Day in Kingswood Park

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      Thousands of people poured through the gates of a sunny Kingswood Park today for the annual Family Fun Day. Traditionally the free event is organised by South Gloucestershire Council but from next year the Friends of Kingswood Park will …

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    Bristol Rovers’ open-top bus tour

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    Gasheads turned out in force to celebrate their side’s promotion back to the Football League with an open-top bus tour today. Bristol Rovers’ tour began on Deanery Road, near the old Warmley train station, then went past Warmley Community Centre …

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    Hundreds turn out for vintage motorbike day

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    Hundreds of people turned out to watch the annual Douglas motorbike rally and cavalcade today. The world-famous Douglas bikes were built in Kingswood from 1907 to 1957 and there was a fine selection on display at Kingswood Heritage Museum which …

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