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

A FREE weekly newspaper in a magazine format that focuses on genuinely local issues. For the last 11 years, The Week in has been the must read weekly in East Bristol and North East Somerset with 16,000 copies picked up and taken home. Presentation is attractive and practical and the content ensures it is read from cover to cover.

16,000 copies distributed every Wednesday throughout East Bristol and North East Somerset.

Local news as it happens, on line.

Established in 2007.

Metro Mayor announces his retirement from politics

West of England Mayor Tim Bowles has tonight announced that after nearly 20 years of political service in the West of England, including four years as the first regional mayor, he intends to retire from politics once his term in …

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  • Hundreds of Wellsway Multi Academy Trust pupils self-isolating

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    Schools in the Wellsway Multi Academy Trust have been badly hit by the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the West of England area. As of today, there are 68 Year 11s self-isolating at Wellsway School in Keynsham, along with …

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  • Fight to save tree is lost

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    A bid to get a preservation order put on the tree in Park Road in Keynsham that was facing the chop has failed.  The mature sycamore, which had electricity wires running close to some branches, was duly chopped down at …

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  • Anger at council over misery caused by Keynsham concrete factory

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    There is anger and dismay at the way Keynsham firm 4Concrete has been allowed to turn a site next to the town’s conservation area into heavy industrial use, causing misery for nearby residents and an extra 500 HGV movements a …

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  • Barclays announces closure of Keynsham branch

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    Barclays has announced that it is closing the Keynsham branch on 24th February. The banking giant has told customers that it is never an easy decision to close a branch. Although the number of counter transactions at the bank in …

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