Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • 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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  • Issue 703 – 03 Nov 2021

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    People are having their say in their hundreds on the new throughabout at Warmley. There will be free parking on Saturdays in council-owned car parks in Keynsham in December in an attempt to compensate for the usual Christmas embargo on …

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  • Issue 702 – 27 Oct 2021

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    Residents on the Somerdale estate in Keynsham have lost their expected convenience shop and look set to lose their awaited riverside café too. The new Ring Road throughabout at Warmley – with its 26 traffic lights – opened on Monday. …

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  • Issue 701 – 20 Oct 2021

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    Residents in Keynsham are being asked how they would like Temple Street to look in the future as design plans go out to public consultation. The campaign to save Keynsham’s direct trains to London Waterloo gathers speed. South Glos Council …

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  • Issue 700 – 13 Oct 2021

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    In this our 700th issue, a campaign is under way to fight the decision to stop through trains from Keynsham to London Waterloo from mid-December. Expect major disruption between now until the week before Christmas as traffic calming and road …

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  • Issue 699 – 06 Oct 2021

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    A new pool and leisure centre at the heart of Kingswood’s town centre regeneration? S. Glos Council admits to an error in the plans for the Wraxall Road roundabout and a Keynsham pub can keep its outside bar which it …

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  • Issue 698 – 29 Sep 2021

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    A father from Warmley has been jailed for life for murdering his baby son. A Keynsham shop has been ram raided and there’s a warning that the lovely floral displays in Kingswood town centre may not be there next year. …

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  • 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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