The Week In - Your FREE local newspaper that's BIG on news
A 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.
More police resources are being brought in as the search for missing 16-year-old Becky Watts intensifies. A number of locations have now been searched within a 2km radius of Becky’s home address in St George, but detectives say that no …Read More
March 1, 2015
The decision to close the Grange School & Sports College at Warmley at the end of August 2017 is expected to be rubberstamped this week. South Gloucestershire Council’s Children & Young People Committee voted in December to close the school …Read More
February 28, 2015
The parents of missing Becky Watts say they are preparing themselves for the worst after police announced this afternoon that two people have been arrested in connection with their daughter’s disappearance. Detective Superintendent Liz Tunks, who is heading up the …Read More
February 27, 2015
Within days of being launched, a petition calling on B&NES Council to withdraw woodland in Keynsham from being sold for a development has been signed by more than 600 people. The online petition has been started by Snapdragons Nursery which …Read More
February 27, 2015
Police have today been searching the lake in St George Park and Avonview Cemetery today as concerns grow for missing local girl Becky Watts. Detective Superintendent Liz Tunks, head of the Major Crime Investigation Unit, has taken over as the …Read More