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kapille

Hanham salon sends SOS to clients after break-in

Hairdressers at a salon in Hanham are trying to track down more than 1,000 clients after their computerised diary was stolen during a break-in. Staff at Kapille in the High Street have no way of knowing when customers are booked …

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  • Police Accident

    Fatal crash in Stockwood

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    Police are today appealing for witnesses to a crash in Stockwood in which a motorcyclist died. It happened at about 8.30pm last night on Scotland Lane. A 54-year-old motorcyclist was in collision with a Ford Fiesta and was pronounced dead …

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  • kelston july 16

    Council tops up Kelston Road repair budget by over £600k after more investigations reveal scale of problem

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    Bath & North East Somerset Council last night voted to approve a further £660,000 for repairs to the landslip-hit Kelston Road after it emerged that the problem goes much deeper engineers had thought. The total approved budget for the project …

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    New five-storey building for Keynsham centre?

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    A planning application has been submitted for a five-storey building for retail, office and residential use on the site of Milland House on Rock Road, Keynsham. The former garage and car sales building is currently used as offices and sits …

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  • toll road opens

    Over 40,000 vehicles have so far used Kelston toll road

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    More than 40,000 vehicles have used the Kelston toll road since it opened last month, bypassing the section of A431 that has been closed since February because of a landslide. But the £2-each-way temporary road, on which there is a …

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