Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 548 – 24 Oct 2018

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    B&NES is to consult with Keynsham residents over what they want to see in the public areas of Keynsham High Street after making the one-way system permanent. There are concerns in Warmley that a proposed development of eight houses is …

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  • Issue 547 – 17 Oct 2018

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    Police have launched a murder inquiry after one of the men attacked in Fishponds last week died of his injuries. A Wick man is prosecuted for fly tipping there and at Pucklechurch. Meanwhile businesses in Keynsham sign up for a …

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  • Issue 546 – 10 Oct 2018

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    South Gloucestershire Council looks to reduce spending on already cash-strapped schools by £3m. Anger and frustration remain high for rail passengers travelling to and from Keynsham Station and people are invited to have their say on the latest parking proposals …

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  • Issue 545 – 03 Oct 2018

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    The building firm responsible for the conversion of the Cherry Tree pub in Oldland to flats has been fined for unlicensed asbestos work while another developer has had its appeal upheld over the the Shant pub in Kingswood. Despite several …

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  • Issue 544 – 26 Sept 2018

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    Keynsham’s one-way system is set for a funding boost while the Curo housing at Tintagel Close is branded a scene of pre-war deprivation. There are concerns over the future of the Warmley Community Centre while Kingswood MP Chris Skidmore says …

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  • Issue 543 – 19 Sept 2018

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    B&NES Council is pressing ahead with plans to make the Keynsham one-way system permanent – although there will be more consultation in the autumn. Despite initial hopes it now looks like there are no plans in place to save the …

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  • Issue 542 – 12 Sept 2018

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    Fire crews had to rescue a cardiac patient from a block of flats in Staple Hill following problems with the lift. There are plans for a 72-bed care home on the A4 at Keynsham after changes to the Green Belt …

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  • Issue 541 – 05 Sept 2018

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    The Gromit trail has proved a great hit in Kingswood and Downend. Vandalism in Keynsham continues as the bandstand is attacked yet again. The proposed blueprint for economic development in the region until 2036 has been delayed until after next …

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  • Issue 540 – 29 Aug 2018

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    Celebrity Doctor Phil Hammond will stand against Jacob Rees-Mogg in North East Somerset at the next General Election. Dangerous asbestos is dumped among other rubbish in a spate of fly-tipping incidents around Siston and Webbs Heath. Family and friends of …

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  • Issue 539 – 22 Aug 2018

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    Local schools celebrate another set of good A-level results. There are serious concerns about the state of historic Barrs Court Moat following the warm, dry summer and police name and shame local drivers caught out during the Operation Tonic clampdown …

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