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Police Accident

Moped rider dies after crash on ring road

A woman has died after her moped was in a collision with two other vehicles on the A4174 Avon Ring Road yesterday. Police say the accident happened between Siston and Dramway at around 3pm. Police this morning confirmed that the …

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  • The petition which more than 500 people signed in just two days

    Cancelled 533 bus service sparks 503-name petition

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    A 503-name petition objecting to the loss of a “lifeline” bus service was handed in to South Gloucestershire Council today. The 533 linked up communities between Keynsham and Mangotsfield, including Willsbridge, North Common, Oldland Common, Barrs Court and Kingswood but bus …

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  • Councillors arriving at the meeting were met by protesters from WE Care & Repair

    Reprieve for nine threatened PCSO posts but cash-strapped council wields the axe in other areas

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    Cash-strapped South Gloucestershire Council has drawn the line at cutting its community safety budget. The review had been looking at possible ways of cutting £277,000 from the budget. Options included cutting services to support victims of domestic abuse, nine Police …

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  • Keynsham park scenesetter

    Outdoor gym to open in Keynsham’s Memorial Park

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    Bath & North East Somerset Council is planning on creating its first outdoor gym at Keynsham Memorial Park in March. This will include outdoor fitness kit and three new measured and marked park trails for running, jogging and walking. This …

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  • Toby Perkins and Jo McCarron met apprentices and staff who began their career on apprenticeships

    Shadow Minister visits thriving Warmley factory

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    Labour’s Shadow Minister for Small Businesses visited the family-run business Power Electrics in Warmley today. Along with Jo McCarron, who is standing for Labour in Kingswood at the General Election in May, Toby Perkins MP met company directors John and …

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