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20mph limit in st george

St George residents get the chance to target speeding drivers in their community

Speeding traffic is a major concern for many people living in St George and a topic frequently raised at Neighbourhood Forum meetings.  And now local people are being invited to take effective action against offenders, with the support of Avon & Somerset …

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    High-profile campaign to tackle spate of burglaries in Fishponds

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    Police in Fishponds have been mounting a high profile campaign against burglary. The police helicopter was scrambled today after an attempted burglary in the area, and was also up on 14th April when an aerial and ground search for burglary …

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  • Test run: in St George Park yesterday

    St George Park is test ground for ‘Park and Slide’

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    The giant water slide that will be set up in Park Street in Bristol on Sunday 4th May has been tested in St George Park. Almost 100,000 people have signed up to slide down the 90-metre water slide as part …

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  • Police Accident

    Motorist ‘drove off’ after crash in Kingswood

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    Police are appealing for witnesses after a driver reportedly drove off after causing an accident in Kingswood. The incident happened shortly after 8pm on Saturday (19th April) at the junction of Soundwell Road and Broad Road. A silver Vauxhall Astra …

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  • Workmen are creating a temporary footpath in the field above the landslip which will open up access for the first time in over two months

    Work starts on footpath to open up access at Kelston

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    Work has begun on a temporary footpath in the field above the A431 near Kelston Park which is closed because of a major landslip. It is understood it will open next week, providing access for the first time in more …

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