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  1. Bank holiday weekend events in Bristol and surrounding areas 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | This Is Somerset

    The weather might not be looking good for the weekend but there are still plenty of events happening in Bristol and the surrounding area. One of the more unusual allows people to celebrate the 175th anniversary of Temple Meads Station, with an exclusive tour of Brunel's masterpieces in Bristol.

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  2. Watchdog raises safety concerns as hospital is told to improveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | This Is Bristol

    Watchdog the Care Quality Commission says there was a shortage of senior doctors and inadequate monitoring of patients in the accident and emergency department during a visit earlier this summer. Its report revealed that junior doctors were undertaking procedures on patients which they do not feel competent to carry out.

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  3. Table Tennis: Players and members ride from Thornbury to every...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 | Gazette Series

    Members of the Bristol and Distrct Table Tennis League set out from Thornbury for their charity ride to raise money for Cancer Research UK ON a warm and sunny Saturday morning, nine brave souls including a tandem duo set off from Thornbury Table Tennis Club aiming to visit every Bristol and District Table Tennis Association league venue in a day and raise money for the Pink Pong/Cancer Research UK campaign. The group included experienced and inexperienced cyclists, with rising local table tennis star Stan Shilton being the youngest rider at just 11 years old! Ninty arduous miles were ahead of the team and, as a result, the early pace was steady so as not to run out of steam too early.

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  4. CRICKET: Nailsea total is far too large for AlmondsburyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 12 | Gazette Series

    Bristol and District League Senior Division Nailsea 196-8 beat Almondsbury 104 all out by 92 runs ALMONDSBURY are sixth in the Bristol and District League Senior Division after going down to defeat to Nailsea in their mid-table battle last Saturday. In the end, Almondsbury were well beaten by the home side.

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  5. CRICKET: Old Down's Rouse does the damage with bat and ballRead the original story

    May 6, 2015 | Gazette Series

    Bristol and District League Old Down 1sts v Nailsea 1sts WHILE miserable conditions made life difficult in the early part of the game, both sides helped by the umpires, battled on through light drizzle and bad light to make an exciting match out of a wintry prospect. Batting first, Old Down openers, George Williams and Jordan Rouse displayed a good range of attacking shots, although the departure of the former brought seventeen year old newcomer, Ben Hopkins, to the crease, where he showed his promise in collecting a stylish 23 runs.

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  6. Five charged with drug offencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 10, 2015 | Gazette Series

    Vikesh Tailor, aged 31 of Farleigh Road, Backwell; Carl Tailor, aged 36, of Fosse Close, Nailsea; Daniel Cotterell, aged 31, of Broom Farm Close, Nailsea; and Jai Stephens, aged 29, of Barrowmead Drive, Bristol, have all been charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs. Additionally, Aaron Colwell, aged 27, of Main Road, Flax Bourton, has been charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs.

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  7. ATHLETICS: Hosts take the honours at Avon RelayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2015 | This is Wiltshire

    A RECORD 45-teams lined up in glorious sunshine at Bradford on Avon RFC in Winsley for the sixth Avon Valley Relay. Teams of four covered a 17-mile course that takes them from Winsley down to the first handover point at Dundas Aqueduct.

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  8. Five charged with drugs offences after South-West crime squad swoopRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2015 | Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News

    FIVE men have been charged with drug offences following a police operation involving the South-West regional organised crime unit. Vikesh Tailor, aged 31 of Farleigh Road, Backwell; Carl Tailor, aged 36, of Fosse Close, Nailsea; Daniel Cotterell, aged 31, of Broom Farm Close, Nailsea; and Jai Stephens, aged 29, of Barrowmead Drive, Bristol, have all been charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

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  9. CRICKET: Old Down's Rouse does the damage with bat and ballRead the original story

    May 6, 2015 | Gazette Series

    Bristol and District League Old Down 1sts v Nailsea 1sts WHILE miserable conditions made life difficult in the early part of the game, both sides helped by the umpires, battled on through light drizzle and bad light to make an exciting match out of a wintry prospect. Batting first, Old Down openers, George Williams and Jordan Rouse displayed a good range of attacking shots, although the departure of the former brought seventeen year old newcomer, Ben Hopkins, to the crease, where he showed his promise in collecting a stylish 23 runs.

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  10. Take up the chance of a free (bike) ride! 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2015 | This Is Bristol

    You may have noticed our coverage of the grand prix bike race in Bristol in June, when professional riders were put through their paces in a circuit around the city centre. That event was organised by Big Green Week and Le Sportive, but another collaboration is presenting opportunities for leisure riders this summer.

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  11. CRICKET: Old Down's Rouse does the damage with bat and ballRead the original story

    May 6, 2015 | Gazette Series

    Bristol and District League Old Down 1sts v Nailsea 1sts WHILE miserable conditions made life difficult in the early part of the game, both sides helped by the umpires, battled on through light drizzle and bad light to make an exciting match out of a wintry prospect. Batting first, Old Down openers, George Williams and Jordan Rouse displayed a good range of attacking shots, although the departure of the former brought seventeen year old newcomer, Ben Hopkins, to the crease, where he showed his promise in collecting a stylish 23 runs.

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  12. Back to the Future as town criers compete in CalneRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2015 | This is Wiltshire

    Taking part in the junior town crier competition on Sunday at the Beach Terrace in Calne was Harrison Wylie of Calne CROWDS in Calne received a blast from the past on Sunday as the voices of 17 town criers rang loud and clear through the town centre. The sixth running of the Calne Town Crier competition on the Beach Terrace saw the criers and their escorts compete in full regalia with Peder Nielsen from Bromyard in Herefordshire coming out on top.

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  13. Bygones: New Chester Green bus ridiculed by people and labelled a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2015 | This is Derbyshire

    No photo has been discovered of Edison electric bus No1, but this example from South Shields was similar to Derby Corporation's vehicle. No photo has been discovered of Edison electric bus No1, but this example from South Shields was similar to Derby... "Tank" No.2 opposite St Mary's Goods yard in Mansfield Road in about 1922 heading for the Coach and Horses.

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  14. CRICKET: Old Down's Rouse does the damage with bat and ballRead the original story

    May 6, 2015 | Gazette Series

    Bristol and District League Old Down 1sts v Nailsea 1sts WHILE miserable conditions made life difficult in the early part of the game, both sides helped by the umpires, battled on through light drizzle and bad light to make an exciting match out of a wintry prospect. Batting first, Old Down openers, George Williams and Jordan Rouse displayed a good range of attacking shots, although the departure of the former brought seventeen year old newcomer, Ben Hopkins, to the crease, where he showed his promise in collecting a stylish 23 runs.

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  15. Bygones: Working class people of Chester Green went to battle in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2015 | This is Derbyshire

    The Royal Hotel was the central boarding point for Little Chester services. One of the ex-Manchester buses is seen... A small capacity bus similar to the one the Tramways Committee purchased in 1909 to cut costs on the Mansfield Road... A timetable for the first horse bus service from the Bridge Inn, City Road, in 1877.

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  16. Nailsea producer to screen new film at WatershedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2015 | This Is Bristol

    Nailsea raised producer Kate Cook is set to return to Bristol on Sunday, June 21 to screen her new film Leave To Remain. The drama which explores the plight of teenage asylum seekers is being shown at Watershed and will be followed by a question and answer session.

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  17. Nailsea pub revamp will lead to creation of ten new jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2015 | This Is Bristol

    The pub on the High Street will close on Monday to begin an extensive refurbishment that will see it reopen on Saturday 27th June. As part of the refurbishment, the pub, which is owned by Spirit Pub Company, will receive a complete makeover, introducing a lighter colour scheme along with new furniture and contemporary fixtures.

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  18. CRICKET: Old Down's Rouse does the damage with bat and ballRead the original story

    May 6, 2015 | Gazette Series

    Bristol and District League Old Down 1sts v Nailsea 1sts WHILE miserable conditions made life difficult in the early part of the game, both sides helped by the umpires, battled on through light drizzle and bad light to make an exciting match out of a wintry prospect. Batting first, Old Down openers, George Williams and Jordan Rouse displayed a good range of attacking shots, although the departure of the former brought seventeen year old newcomer, Ben Hopkins, to the crease, where he showed his promise in collecting a stylish 23 runs.

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  19. CRICKET: Knowle try again to book first-round tie with ThornburyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2015 | This Is Bristol

    KNOWLE make a second attempt to host Tewkesbury in the preliminary round of the Stuart Canvas Gloucestershire Cup on Sunday , with the winners facing a home tie with Thornbury. Three first-round games are also scheduled for Sunday, including a mouthwatering clash between Rockhampton and Downend.

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  20. CRICKET: Old Down's Rouse does the damage with bat and ballRead the original story

    May 6, 2015 | Gazette Series

    Bristol and District League Old Down 1sts v Nailsea 1sts WHILE miserable conditions made life difficult in the early part of the game, both sides helped by the umpires, battled on through light drizzle and bad light to make an exciting match out of a wintry prospect. Batting first, Old Down openers, George Williams and Jordan Rouse displayed a good range of attacking shots, although the departure of the former brought seventeen year old newcomer, Ben Hopkins, to the crease, where he showed his promise in collecting a stylish 23 runs.

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