The Week In - Your FREE local newspaper for Bristol & NE Somerset

A FREE weekly newspaper  that focuses on genuinely local issues. For the last 13 years, The Week in has been the must read weekly in East Bristol and North East Somerset with up to 16,000 copies picked up and taken home. Presentation is attractive and practical and the content ensures it is read from cover to cover.

Distributed every Wednesday throughout East Bristol and North East Somerset.

Local news as it happens, on line and via the app.

Established in 2008.

Avon & Somerset Police made 245 drink/drug-driving arrests in December

Avon & Somerset Police made 245 arrests during the largest operation carried out in recent years as part of December’s National Police Chiefs’ Council Winter Drink and Drug Driving Operation. One in three fatal collisions on the roads of Avon …

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  • Fatality on the railway at Keynsham

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    A man died last night after being hit by a train near Keynsham Station. The incident happened shortly after 11.30pm when police were alerted to a person being on the track. British Transport Police said that paramedics attended the scene …

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  • Concerns over 45 bus route changes

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    Plans to re-route the 45 bus service between Longwell Green and Cherry Gardens have been met with anger and confusion. Bus campaigners say the proposed interchange facilities at Cherry Gardens are inadequate and the new route will also involve passing …

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  • Dog damage to play equipment at park

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    South Gloucestershire Council says that play equipment has been badly damaged by dogs in Springfield Park in Mangotsfield. The play area reopened less than two years ago having had a £45,000 refurbishment following an arson attack in 2019. This week …

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  • Two sentenced after teenager was ‘left for dead’ after Fishponds stabbing  

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    Two teenagers have been sentenced today after stabbing a youth multiple times in Fishponds for which he required life-saving treatment in intensive care. The teenage victim had received Snapchat messages from a 16-year-old girl asking him to meet her in …

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