Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 713 – 19 Jan 2022

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    25,000 not yet vaccinated in Bath & North East Somerset and GP surgeries feeling the strain. Plans to re-route the 45 bus route to Cherry Gardens are called into question while the immediate future of many more local services is …

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  • Issue 712 – 12 Jan 2022

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    A reprieve for the 178 bus – at least until April. Plans for more houses in Keynsham’s conservation area and friends gather in tribute to a former Kingswood vicar. Download Issue 712

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  • Issue 711 – 05 Jan 2022

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    It looks as if Tesco is behind plans for a convenience story at the King Billy pub after all. Crest Nicholson wins approval to add 13 more homes to the Hygge Park development in Keynsham and inspirational local residents are …

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  • Issue 710 – 22 Dec 2021

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    Wessex Water’s plan for a bridge over the River Avon as part of a new link road between its treatment centre in Saltford and the A431 south of Swineford has been approved. Ofsted tells South Gloucestershire Council’s children’s services to …

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  • Issue 709 – 15 Dec 2021

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    Radical plans to improve traffic on the A4 between Bristol and Bath. South Gloucestershire Council is challenged on its progress on climate change and success for Longwell Green-based gymnasts in the European Championships. Download Issue 709

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  • Issue 708 – 08 Dec 2021

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    First is planning to axe the 178 Bristol to Radstock bus route next month in the latest round of service cuts and revisions. Altogether more than 30 routes are affected. Among our other stories this week, former vicar of Kingswood …

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  • Issue 707 – 01 Dec 2021

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    Four members of an organised crime group – including two from Barrs Court – have been sentenced for their roles in supplying huge amounts of cocaine following an investigation by the South West Regional Organised Crime Unit. Saltford’s Giuseppe Dell’Anno …

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  • Issue 706 – 24 Nov 2021

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    Concerns about the impact of a new Keynsham industrial estate on local residents and the already congested A4 Bath Road are troubling councillors who’ve delayed a decision on whether to grant planning permission. South Glos Council has made more changes …

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  • Issue 705 – 17 Nov 2021

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    “Greenwashing’ accusations following Keynsham food waste exhibition. South Gloucestershire Council defends spending £800,000 on ring road project as the first crash occurs on the new Wraxall Road junction. Ceremonies take place across the region to mark Remembrance Sunday. Download Issue …

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  • Issue 704 – 10 Nov 2021

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    South Gloucestershire Council halts plans for junction improvements along the A4174 Ring Road. A petition has been started by residents in Bitton to highlight the “excessive” noise pollution from the increasing number of events being held across the river at …

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