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 8 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.
Residents living up to a mile and half from Keynsham Station have been having sleepless nights because of noisy railway works. On the Keynsham Streetlife website a resident wrote yesterday: “I’m in Longmeadow Road and could hear it in the …Read More
August 26, 2016
A 68-page masterplan explaining why 2,500 new homes should be built at Warmley has been drawn up. The “vision” produced by planning consultants Barton Willmore says Warmley has already been “absorbed” into Bristol and it is a “logical urban extension …Read More
Disgraced headteacher of The Tynings Primary School in Staple Hill is jailed after admitting using spy pen in toiletsAugust 25, 2016
The disgraced headteacher of The Tynings in Staple Hill has today been jailed after admitting making indecent images of children and adults in the school toilets. Ashley Yates, 45, from Filton, pictured, who used a spy pen to record …Read More
August 25, 2016
As library campaigners across South Gloucestershire await the results of the consultation into cuts to the service, the Save Hanham Library team have received another message of support from local boy and Hollywood star Stephen Merchant. Hanham, Downend, Staple Hill, …Read More
August 22, 2016
Major maintenance works are taking place along Court Farm Road and Abbots Road this week. The South Gloucestershire Council works, which have started today, involve patching, prior to surface dressing next summer. Traffic is being diverted when closures are in place. …Read More