Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 697 – 22 Sep

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    The government has come up with funding to save the regeneration plans for the old Grange School site at Warmley. The fight against a proposed industrial-size power plant near Keynsham is stepped up. A recent study reveals passengers on some …

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  • Issue 696 – 15 Sep 2021

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    There is a new campaign to get a minor injury unit at Cossham Hospital. More than 100 people have objected to a proposed 5G phone mast next to the A39 at Marksbury. There’s concern in Hanham about lorries deliberately driving …

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  • Issue 695 – 08 Sep 2021

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    800 responses to the ring road consultation and a petition to scrap the plan altogether. More bus misery as service cuts leave communities isolated. Fly-tippers are warned they will be prosecuted after more incidents in Golden Valley. Download Issue 695

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  • Issue 694 – 01 September 2021

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    We have the latest on local bus cuts, and readers can sign our petition to save Service 18. There are plans for a 15ft high 5G phone mast near Hanham Common, with the same phone giant recently losing a planning …

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  • Issue 693 – 25 Aug 2021

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    Keynsham High Street remains closed due to an ‘unforeseen’ issue with sewer pipes. A petition is launched to save the number 18 bus service amidst a funding crisis for local buses. Plans are submitted to redevelop the Chief Trading site …

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  • Issue 692 – 18 Aug 2021

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    Complaints of rat runs around Warmley and overnight closures on the Ring Road.  A popular pet store has to relocate next month and the end of direct train services between Keynsham and London Waterloo. Download Issue 692

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  • Issue 691 – 11 Aug 2021

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    A clash of roadworks in Keynsham town centre has led to a warning of “obscene traffic chaos”. Critics of South Glos Council’s proposals for five Ring Road junctions say the scheme may just shunt congestion down to the next pinch …

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  • Issue 690 – 04 Aug 2021

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    A South Glos nursery with 64 children on the roll has closed in the wake of a damning Ofsted report. A Warmley father has been found guilty of murdering his baby son. There’s more controversy over Keynsham firm 4Concrete. And …

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  • Issue 689 – 28 Jul 2021

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    Plans for a new £30m recycling hub in Keynsham to meet the needs of Bath & North East Somerset over the next 40 years are due to be approved this week. Bath & North East Somerset Council has issued a …

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  • Issue 688 – 21 Jul 2021

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    300 more homes for Keynsham, a masterplan for the future of Kingswood town centre and a lifeline for the number 17 bus service. Download Issue 688

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