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November 09 2012

All change for Keynsham's buses

A raft of changes to bus services linking Keynsham to Bristol, Bath and the surrounding area has come into effect this week, from November 4... Read More


November 09 2012

Calls to consult residents on reopening Saltford Station

Campaigners behind calls for the reopening of Saltford Station have joined village councillors in urging B&NES Council to formally consult residents on the plans... Read More


November 09 2012

Growing town will need a new surgery, warn Keynsham doctors

Doctors in Keynsham are calling for a new surgery to be included within the Somerdale development to help the town’s practices cope with thousands of extra patients... Read More


November 09 2012

Signs of Roman town Trajectus discovered at Somerdale

Developers working at the Somerdale site have discovered what is likely to be further evidence of the Roman town of Trajectus... Read More


November 09 2012

November 09 2012

Keynsham residents find out about health services at their fingertips

Residents were invited to a hands-on event hosted by healthcare provider Sirona and Community@67, Queens Road. .. Read More


November 09 2012 'Mr Christmas' comes to Keynsham

'Mr Christmas' Andy Park comes to Keynsham

For many people it seems Christmas gets earlier every year - but for one man it never ends. .. Read More


November 09 2012

November Column: Upton Cheyney Chilli Company

This really has been a strange weather year, and to avoid frost damage we were forced to close the doors on the polytunnels in October – earlier than ever before... Read More


November 09 2012

November Thought for the Month

The poppy has been a symbol of remembrance since the end of the First World War. Its use is said to be inspired by the now famous poem In Flanders Fields... Read More


November 09 2012

November Column: Jacob Rees-Mogg MP

Cynics believe that the European Union is deliberately devised in a complicated way to confuse electorates and politicians. The more charitable take the view that it is no more impenetrable than the bureaucracy run by mandarins of the late Ming Dynasty... Read More