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.
On the first full day of electioneering Labour big hitter Ed Balls was in Kingswood today, supporting local candidate Jo McCarron. The two dropped in on Poplar Gardens House in Alma Close where residents were enjoying their weekly sing-along, one …Read More
March 31, 2015
The Green Party has two days left to raise money through crowd funding to field its candidate in Kingswood at the General Election. Cezara Nanu, who has been chosen by the Greens to stand in Kingswood on 7th May, is …Read More
March 29, 2015
New plans for a cycle route through Crews Hole that avoid the need to make any part of the busy road one-way have been unveiled. A number of solutions have already been considered, and one, reducing traffic to one-way flows …Read More
March 29, 2015
Plans for a controversial solar farm on Green Belt land next to the M4 near Pucklechurch will go ahead unless Cabinet Minister Eric Pickles calls in the scheme. In February the South Gloucestershire’s Development Control (East) Committee deferred making …Read More
Losing Soundwell campus is ‘unthinkable’, say local councillors who urge a rethink after college’s closure announcementMarch 28, 2015
The announcement by City of Bristol College this week that its campus in Soundwell will close at the end of the academic year in July has been met with shock and dismay. And today local councillors said they would do …Read More