Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 622 – 08 April 2020

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    Financial aid for local bus and train operators. More criticism of people ignoring calls to stay at home and tributes paid to a respected Oldland councillor who passed away last week. Download Issue 622

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  • Issue 621 – 01 Apr 2020

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    The latest news on how our community is reacting to the lockdown. There’s confirmation of the decision to refuse expansion plans at Bristol Airport and a startling discovery at the old Cadbury factory. Download Issue 621

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  • Issue 620 – 25 Mar 2020

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    As the country is put into virtual quarantine The Week In goes ‘virtual’ too – publishing only a digital edition until such time as the situation improves. Download Issue 620

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  • Issue 619 – 18 Mar 2020

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    Public transport in the region looks set to benefit from a ¬£4.2bn budget announcement. Dog owners are warned following a vicious attack on a miniature dachshund at Keynsham Lock last week. Events are cancelled and local elections put off until …

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  • Issue 618 – 11 Mar 2020

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    There are fresh fears of housing development on the Green Belt at Warmley. First MD James Freeman says solving problems on the 18/19 bus route will need more than just money and patients and staff at the Hanham Health are …

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  • Issue 617 – 04 Mar 2020

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    There is hope that funding may be found to improve bus services from east Bristol to Bath and Cribbs Causeway. A fund has been set up for a park in memory of Keynsham in Bloom champion Dee James. A controversial …

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  • Issue 616 – 26 Feb 2020

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    The West of England Combined Authority (WECA) receives over three quarters of a million pounds to improve and restore local bus services. Meanwhile, a transport professor at the University of the West of England has launched a petition against adopting …

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  • Issue 615 – 19 Feb 2020

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    Storm Dennis leaves a trail of destruction in its wake. There is anger in Saltford that an Airbnb holiday let is being used as a party house. Trees have been felled at the Woodstock roundabout on the A4174 ring road …

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  • Issue 614 – 12 Feb 2020

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    Commuters are facing a miserable time at Keynsham station with delays and cancellations. 3,500 customers are hit by a lack of milkmen at Milk & More.¬† There are fears for the future of another historic Kingswood pub and plans to …

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  • Issue 613 – 05 Feb 2020

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    There is dismay at Lloyds Bank’s closure announcement in Downend and Hanham. Anti-ring road campaigners in Stockwood and Whitchurch¬† say the West of England Combined Authority has ignored their voices in the Joint Local Transport Plan. Keynsham Town Council has …

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