The Week In - Your FREE local newspaper for Bristol & NE Somerset

A FREE weekly newspaper in a magazine format that focuses on genuinely local issues. For the last 11 years, The Week in has been the must read weekly in East Bristol and North East Somerset with 16,000 copies picked up and taken home. Presentation is attractive and practical and the content ensures it is read from cover to cover.

16,000 copies distributed every Wednesday throughout East Bristol and North East Somerset.

Local news as it happens, on line.

Established in 2007.

Trees felled to make way for proposed £5.9m ‘throughabout’

The trees on the Woodstock roundabout of the A4174 ring road at Warmley have been felled in preparation for work due to start on a proposed new £5.9m junction later this year. South Gloucestershire Council held a public consultation last …

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  • Flooding and fallen trees as Storm Dennis hits

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    Roads and fields are under water and trees have been brought down in gale force winds. Two people suffered minor injuries last night when Storm Dennis uprooted a huge tree which crashed down on to homes at Grange Court in Hanham, pictured …

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  • Police appeal for witnesses after indecent exposure incidents in Keynsham

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    Police are appealing for witnesses following a number of indecent exposure incidents in Keynsham. A man has been seen acting indecently while sat in a vehicle parked in different locations close to the train station. PC Steve Carey said: “We’ve …

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  • 3,500 customers hit by dairy delivery firm’s staff shortage

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    A recruitment crisis at Milk & More’s Keynsham depot has led to it suspending doorstep deliveries to 3,500 customers. The firm has apologised to those affected and says it is doing all it can to fill the vacancies at the …

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  • Fears for another historic Kingswood pub

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    Pub campaigners are urging local people to set in and help save a Kingswood inn which they fear is at risk of being lost. Until fairly recently The Old Flowerpot Inn on Kingswood High Street, which was popular with local …

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