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More than £2k raised already in memory of student who died from meningitis

Friends of a student at St Brendan’s Sixth Form College in Brislington who died of suspected meningitis last week have already raised more than £2,000 in her memory. Izzy Gentry had been revising for her AS-levels when she was taken ill …

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    Group study responses after launch of Keynsham plan

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    Work is progressing on the next stage of Keynsham’s Neighbourhood Development Plan following the successful launch event last month. Almost 250 people attended the drop-in event at the Space on 8th and 9th April, leaving their comments and observations on …

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    Keynsham park cafe to re-open next month?

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    B&NES Council is hopeful it will have a new tenant installed by the end of next month so that the Memorial Park cafe will be open in time for the Music Festival and busy school holiday period. As we have …

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    Authors support Hanham Library campaign

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    Save Hanham Library campaign group held a Love our Library party today on the green by the community centre. There was a book swap and a story tent with local authors Huw Powell and Amanda Mitchison, as well as a …

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    Man robbed vulnerable woman at Kingswood cashpoint

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    Police are appealing for witnesses after a robbery in Kingswood in which a woman with learning difficulties was robbed at a cashpoint on Regent Street. The incident took place shortly after 8.15pm on Saturday 9th April at the Santander cash …

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