Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 650 – 21 Oct 2020

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    Hundreds of pupils at a Keynsham school self-isolating, dog owners ignore the ban on a school playing field in Oldland Common and motorists ignore yellow lines in Bitton. Meanwhile, another popular pub announces its closure following the downturn in trade …

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  • Issue 649 – 14 Oct 2020

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    Bad news for Keynsham High Street and Emersons Green as retailer Peacocks closes branches. More COVID-19 positive tests cause the closure of one cafe and a school head to self-isolate. The start date for Bath’s Clean Air Zone is confirmed …

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  • Issue 648 – 07 Oct 2020

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    A Saltford couple are left shaken after a robbery at their shop.  An Oldland Common pub closes early after customers ignore COVID-19 rules and the trial of e-scooters in the region gets the go-ahead. Download Issue 648

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  • Issue 647 – 30 Sept 2020

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    Bitton and Swineford residents challenge Wessex Water over the resurrected plans for a bridge across the River Avon. Another 5G phone mast application in Stockwood is turned down and a new primary school in Keynsham welcomes its first pupils. Download …

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  • Issue 646 – 23 Sept 2020

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    Over 600 objections to the latest Keynsham house building proposal. South Glos Council grants planning permission to convert the old Cock Road Methodist Church to flats, even though the parking provisions don’t meet its own requirements. And it’s ‘lights, camera, …

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  • Issue 645 – 16 Sept 2020

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    Whole year groups sent home from local schools after positive COVID-19 tests – just days after the start of term.  The owners of a Kingswood eyesore building are fined once again over its appearance and the Government’s plans to change …

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  • Issue 644 – 09 Sept 2020

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    The prospect of a bridge across the River Avon to Saltford is under consideration once more. Tributes are paid to a well-known local councillor who died at the weekend and students living in South Gloucestershire are unable to get to …

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  • Issue 643 – 02 Sept 2020

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    EE customers without service for 10 days after problems with the Mangotsfield mast. Schools, colleges and transport operators gear up for the return and local folk are honoured in Warmley. Download Issue 643

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  • Issue 642 – 26 Aug 2020

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    Joy over GCSE results, B&Q in Longwell Green has to close after staff test positive for COVID-19 and a pair of Gandhi’s glasses sells for £260,000 at auction in Hanham. Download Issue 642

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  • Issue 641 – 19 Aug 2020

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    A-level students are praised for their resilience amid the results chaos.Views are sought on a 300-home development at Brislington Meadows and VJ Day is marked at venues across the region.  Download Issue 641

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