Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 625 – 29 Apr 2020

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    Two accidents as cars are raced around Keynsham streets during lockdown. A ¬†wedding venue is refused planning permission but is still taking bookings. A Whitchurch housing development which is almost fully occupied has failed a pre-commencement planning condition and a …

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  • Issue 624 – 22 Apr 2020

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    The mystery smell still lingers around Emersons Green and Lyde with the landfill site coming under more scrutiny. Local police continue to express concern over social distancing at parks and open spaces and a Keynsham singer-songwriter is a huge hit …

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  • Issue 623 – 15 Apr 2020

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    Relatives’ concerns after several relatives at an Oldland Common care home succumb to COVID-19. While most people stayed home over the Easter holiday, police still had to deal with social gatherings. Small businesses begin to receive relief grants from local …

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  • 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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