Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

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    Issue 286 – 12 Sept 2013

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    A teenager is in hospital after jumping from the first floor of his burning home in Hanham. The controversial public sculpture for Keynsham town centre is scrapped and residents in Conham Vale are angry about plans to close roads in …

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    Issue 285 – 5 Sept 2013

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    The River Avon around Keynsham could see massive investment as the regeneration group formulates plans for the future and a planning application is prepared for a 300 berth marina. Commuters from east Bristol to the centre may encounter longer journey …

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    Issue 284 – 29 Aug 2013

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    Workers at a tobacco packaging firm in Warmley are concerned for their jobs if the EU adopts strict new laws on plain cigarette labelling and have written to their MEPs. Reaction to the proposed public art piece for Keynsham town …

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    Issue 283 – 22 Aug 2013

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    80 families were evacuated from their homes in Warmley on Saturday night after suspected bomb making material was discovered in a garden shed.  A man was later arrested.  A row has broken out in Keynsham over proposals for the public …

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    Issue 282 – 15 Aug 2013

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    B&NES Council offers local businesses the chance to run the cafe in the new Civic Centre development rent free – and then discovers it is not legally allowed to do so. North East Somerset MP Jacob Rees-Mogg tries to distance …

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    Issue 281 – 8 Aug 2013

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    Three quarters of respondents to our survey on Keynsham High Street said they would like to see it pedestrianised, although many made the case for this to be day time only. Residents in Siston are angry at plans to take …

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    Issue 280 – 1 Aug 2013

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    B&NES Council tells residents living close to the K2 Meadows site that the planning permission cannot be challenged and there is insufficient evidence to prosecute any breach. The Cabot Learning Federation steps in to run the troubled Grange School in …

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    Issue 279 – 25 July 2013

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    An air pistol, cannabis and a dog, believed to be a banned breed, were all seized from an address in Keynsham during a police day of action last week. Funding for a new primary school and enlargement of other ones …

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    Issue 278 – 18 July 2013

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    Avon Fire Brigade’s HQ looks like it will move to Keynsham as part of the service reorganisation and budget cuts.  Plans for a new station near Hicks Gate are to be pursued while Speedwell Station will close and merge with …

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    Issue 277 – 11 July 2013

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    2 hour free parking is introduced at Keynsham but nobody bothered about putting signs up to tell motorists.  Planners say ‘no’ to Costa Coffee but its pavement tables and chairs aren’t taken away.  Staple Hill residents welcome plans for retirement …

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