Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 293 – 31 Oct 2013

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    The topping out ceremony signals a milestone in the Keynsham regeneration project. Campaigners come up with their own proposals to manage traffic in Crews Hole and a brighter future may lie ahead at Willsbridge Mill. Download Issue 293

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  • Issue 292 – 24 Oct 2013

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    The Civic Centre car park in Keynsham is due to partially re-open next week as the regeneration programme reaches its first landmark. 19 restaurants in our area are found to have zero food hygiene ratings and campaigners against the Crews …

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  • Issue 291 – 17 Oct 2013

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    A builder from Cadbury Heath is found guilty of fraud following an investigation by trading standards officers. Local residents had a heated meeting with councillors over plans to introduce a one way system in Crews Hole and Taylor Wimpey are …

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  • Issue 290 – 10 Oct 2013

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    The prospective Labour candidate for the Kingswood constituency stands down after facts emerge about unpaid parking fines in London. Visionary plans for the regeneration of Keynsham riverside are announced and one of the oldest cycle shops in Bristol moves to …

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  • Issue 289 – 3 Oct 2013

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    B&NES planners give the go ahead for the redevelopment of the former Cadbury factory site at Somerdale – but concerns remain locally about access. It looks like vital repair work will be carried out at the Whitfield Tabernacle in Kingswood …

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  • Issue 288 – 26 Sept 2013

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    B&NES planners are recommending approval at Somerdale with just one access to the site. Public service workers are set to go on strike and the Housing Minister Eric Pickles will decide on the appeal over 99 new homes in Saltford. …

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  • Issue 287 – 19 Sept 2013

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    A Keynsham man is jailed for 4 years after threatening to shoot at police officers. People in South Gloucestershire will have to pay to have their garden waste collected from next year and two local community organisations are honoured with …

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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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