Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 614 – 12 Feb 2020

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    Commuters are facing a miserable time at Keynsham station with delays and cancellations. 3,500 customers are hit by a lack of milkmen at Milk & More.¬† There are fears for the future of another historic Kingswood pub and plans to …

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  • Issue 613 – 05 Feb 2020

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    There is dismay at Lloyds Bank’s closure announcement in Downend and Hanham. Anti-ring road campaigners in Stockwood and Whitchurch¬† say the West of England Combined Authority has ignored their voices in the Joint Local Transport Plan. Keynsham Town Council has …

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  • Issue 612 – 29 Jan 2020

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    Plans are unveiled for improvements to Keynsham High Street. Councillors highlight errors in new wedding venue planning bid for Hanham Abbots. The West of England is poised to take on responsibility for supported bus service in the region from 1st …

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  • Issue 611 – 22 Jan 2020

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    Mangotsfield residents launch a petition calling on South Gloucestershire Council to review its plans for the Sort It centre. The founder of Hanham Green Belt Conservation Area is mourned and there is anger in Keynsham at the claimed ‘privatisation’ of …

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  • Issue 610 – 15 Jan 2020

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    Extinction Rebellion marchers protesting against Bristol Airport expansion bring Keynsham town centre to a standstill. A planning application for a wedding venue in Hanham Abbots which was withdrawn last year, has been re-submitted. BT will be scrapping more phone boxes …

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  • Issue 609 – 08 Jan 2020

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    A Keynsham woman receives an MBE for fostering more than 100 youngsters over the last 35 years. Residents of Goldney Avenue in Warmley feel under siege from another planning application to build houses and a lack of funding is blamed …

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  • Issue 608 – 31 Dec 2019

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    Controversial plans to redevelop Keynsham Police Station are rejected by planners. Brislington car dealer Simmonstone closes suddenly with the loss of over 80 jobs and we back at a year in which we lost several friends of The Week In. …

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  • Issue 607 – 18 Dec 2019

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    No surprises for our local MPs despite the massive General Election result. Princess Anne opens a new school facility at St Annes Park and a Hanham resident will celebrate her 100th birthday this Christmas. There are ambitious plans to turn …

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  • Issue 606 – 11 Dec 2019

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    Bitton villagers raise funds for a defibrillator after a pub regular dies from a heart attack. Bus services to Cribbs Causeway from the Bitton, Oldland Common and Cadbury Heath areas are decimated in the new No 19 timetable coming into …

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  • Issue 605 – 04 Dec 2019

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    Tributes are paid to former Keynsham Town Council Chair Roy Staddon who died last week. A police search is taking place in Gibraltar in the case of a Kingswood sailor who went missing 30 years ago. People living in Lyde …

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