Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 271 – 30 May 2013

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    Two people charged following the death of cyclists Ros and Clare Simons in Hanham, were both jailed last week. We also look at how one family is coping with the rare Sturge Weber Syndrome. Download Issue 271

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  • Issue 270 – 23 May 2013

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    The man shot by police in Keynsham is named as Simon Tandy.  He was carrying an imitation gun. Taylor Wimpey press on with their planning application for Cadburys, despite being advised against a single site access. Find out what’s happening …

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  • Issue 269 – 16 May 2013

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    Taylor Wimpey has submitted a planning application for the former Cadbury factory but it seems plans for a single access have not go down well with the Council. In South Gloucestershire, several street scene services like hanging baskets and dog …

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  • Issue 268 – 9 May 2013

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    More problems at K2 in Keynsham but Merlin Housing starts on £20m refurbishment project in Cadbury Heath. Win ticket s for an evening of Motown Magic. Download Issue 269

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  • Issue 267 – 2 May 2013

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    Taylor Wimpey forced to shut down K2 to sort out management issues. Free Parking for Keynsham is confirmed and two people admit charges over the death of Hanham cyclists. Download Issue 267

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  • Issue 266 – 25 April 2013

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    More woes for K2 residents and Police found cannabis, a shotgun and ammunition during a raid in Upton Cheyney. Download Issue 266

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  • Issue 265 – 18 April 2013

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    Costa Coffee wants to put tables outside its cafe in Keynsham, there’s more trouble at K2 but a glimmer of hope for Whitfield Tabernacle in Kingswood. Download Issue 265

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  • Issue 264 – 11 April 2013

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    Hanham Community Centre explains why it is having to make its car park private, for users only.  More trouble as heavy equipment is delivered to the K2 site in Keynsham and local residents get to see the time capsule. Download …

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  • Issue 263 – 4 April 2013

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    Problems at Chewton Place again as wedding venue closes. B&NES Council Leader Paul Crossley says the Council IS looking at Free Parking in Keynsham and a Kingswood Mum publishes a book on bringing up autistic children. Issue_0263

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  • Issue 262 – 28 March

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    Both B&NES & S.Gloucs Councils look to get their Core Strategies on track, First increase the fares on Bath Park & Rides and U2, Oasis and Red Hot Chilli Peppers tribute bands will play in Keynsham this summer. Issue_0262

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