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.

Christmas gift swap at Keynsham café

Temple Street Canteen in Keynsham is running a children’s toy and clothes swap for people keen to save money or reduce waste by reusing and recycling. The event runs from Monday 2nd to Saturday 7th December. To take part you …

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  • Free entertainment at launch of festive season at Kings Chase

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    Next  Saturday (23rd November) will see the Christmas lights switched on at Kings Chase Shopping Centre in Kingswood. It is a week earlier this year in order to be fully festive for Black Friday trade the following week. The lights will …

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  • Who’s standing in your constituency on 12th December?

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    Here is a round-up of who’s standing in our local Parliamentary constituencies in the General Election on 12th December. Bristol East Defending the seat which she has held for Labour since 2005 is Kerry McCarthy. In 2017 her majority was …

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  • Helping you stay safe and well this winter

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    As part of a national campaign, local GPs are encouraging people to make improvements in their lives to protect their health and wellbeing, now and in the future. Dr Nicholas Woodward, senior partner at St Augustine’s Medical Practice, said: “As …

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  • Plastics and litter protest at Keynsham fast food stores

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    Keynsham Plastic Re-Action and the Keynsham Wombles are holding a plastics and litter protest at KFC and Domino’s Pizza this Friday (15th November). Keynsham Plastic Re-Action has previously put pressure on supermarkets to reduce the amount of plastic their products …

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