Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 558 – 09 Jan 2019

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    Residents of Court Farm Road in Longwell Green are the latest to scoop cash prizes from the People’s Postcode Lottery. Yet another twist in the saga of AEK Boco FC and their development plans while traders in Hanham High Street …

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  • Issue 557 – 02 Jan 2019

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    Dismay as a Frenchay farm is identified for a potential park and site. More changes on the buses this weekend as the third metrobus route launches and the man who died in a Longwell Green incident before Christmas is named. …

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  • Issue 556 – 19 Dec 2018

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    An ‘unexplained death’ in Longwell Green and a suspicious fire in Redfield. Headteachers call for fair funding for schools in South Gloucestershire while constituents are quizzed over the antics of North East Somerset MP Jacob Rees-Mogg. Download Issue 556

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  • Issue 555 – 12 Dec 2018

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    In this week’s issue, Hanham traders’ Christmas wish is that phone connection problems that have been dragging on for six months will finally be fixed. Further sinister evidence that dogs are being trained to fight in a Kingswood play area …

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  • Issue 554 – 05 Dec 2018

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    A Kingswood man rescues an elderly neighbour from a house fire and a Warmley man overcomes the odds to become a European boxing champion. Uncertainty continues to hang over the future of the Original Factory Shop in Staple Hill while …

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  • Issue 553 – 28 Nov 2018

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    Plans are revealed to improve the public realm in Keynsham High Street. The public are thanked for their response after a pet dog is savaged and plans to build houses on safeguarded land in east Keynsham are withdrawn – for …

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  • Issue 552 – 21 Nov 2018

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    Now people in Whitchurch and Pensford are concerned about the knock-on effects of Bath’s Clean Air Zone. Abson Road reopens but there are still months of disruption ahead in Wick. While our high streets continue to feel the effects of …

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  • Issue 551 – 14 Nov 2018

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    GWR apologises to rail users at Keynsham Station for its poor performance over the last year. Trustees at Hanham Community Centre hit back at criticism aired at the Hanham and District Green Belt Conservation Society AGM last week. In South …

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  • Issue 550 – 07 Nov 2018

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    This week we report on concerns about the impact of Bath’s proposed charging clean air zone on peripheral communities. There are hopes that Kingswood will be a top priority for a new regional High Streets initiative. And we look in …

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  • Issue 549 – 31 Oct 2018

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    First says sorry to a pensioner who spent three hours waiting for a no 17 bus at Longwell Green. Wellsway Multi-Acadmey Trust announces the closure of the Bath Studio School and there are concerns that dogs are being trained in …

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