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Studies to look into 'Keynsham Metrobus', station improvements and A4 link road

Oct 07 2017

More than £1 million has been earmarked to look into a range of ambitious transport projects, including an A4 Metrobus connecting Keynsham and Bristol and a new road linking Avon Mill Lane to the A4.... Read More

Assault prompts renewed call for Keynsham skate park lighting

Oct 07 2017

Police are appealing for information after a 19-year-old man was assaulted and robbed at the skate park in Keynsham Memorial Park by up to eight people.... Read More

New businesses to bring different flavour to Keynsham's former chocolate factory

Oct 07 2017

Thumbnail ImageEmployment is soon set to return to Keynsham’s former chocolate factory as the first tenants of the site’s commercial space have been revealed.... Read More

Call to divert HGVs away from Keynsham's roads

Oct 07 2017

Keynsham councillors are pushing for tougher rules on the routes heavy goods vehicles can use to access new housing developments on the southern edge of the town.... Read More

Keynsham's Tricia marks golden anniversary with trek in memory of husband Richard

Oct 07 2017

A Keynsham grandmother is about to embark on her fourth fundraising trek, hiking along Peru’s Inca Trail in memory of her husband in what would have been their golden wedding anniversary year.... Read More

Join Keynsham walkers on Countryfile Ramble for Children in Need

Oct 07 2017

Thumbnail ImageA Keynsham walking group is hoping to host its biggest outing yet as part of the Countryfile Ramble in aid of BBC Children in Need.... Read More

Plans under way to remember 1968 Great Flood in Keynsham

Oct 07 2017

Thumbnail ImageAs the 50th anniversary of the Great Flood of 1968 approaches, plans are being put together to remember its impact on local communities – and to prepare for similar events in future.... Read More

Keynsham woman Clarice lives on £1-a-day budget for Ethiopian community

Oct 07 2017

Members of a Keynsham church have raised almost £1,000 to help a community in Ethiopia grow their own food – with one parishioner challenging herself to live on just £1 a day for a week.... Read More

Plaque honours Edward Cannock's work for Tools for Self Reliance

Oct 07 2017

Thumbnail ImageA charity has unveiled a plaque in memory of a Keynsham man and his support for their work sending tools to communities in developing countries.... Read More

Date set for Saltford's fundraising Santa Dash in 2017

Oct 07 2017

Thumbnail ImageRegistration is now open for a popular festive fun run that is returning to Saltford for the fifth year to support a good cause.... Read More