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  1. Swiss Valley Rangers secure three comfortable pointsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Crow

    AN ACCOMPLISHED performance saw Swiss Valley Rangers Under-16s secure three points with a fine home win over Isle of Wedmore. Going into the break with a two goal advantage, through a fine Torrington strike and a penalty from Mitch Simmons, Valley faced a second half battle against the wind.

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  2. Toolstation League First Division: Captain's injury costs DevizesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | This is Wiltshire

    THE loss of captain Kris Beasley through injury was the catalyst for Devizes Town's defeat at Portishead Town, according to joint-manager Darran Walters. "It was a bit of a sickener.

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  3. Wet weather threatens Burnham United gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News

    BURNHAM United will be hoping to play their first game in 2015 when they welcome St George Easton-in-Gordano to Cassis Close on Saturday, following last weekend's postponed fixture against Portishead Town Reserves. Heavy rain last week left the pitch waterlogged - and further wet weather so far this week has already put this weekend's game in doubt.

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  4. Wet weather threatens Burnham United gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | This is The West Country

    BURNHAM United will be hoping to play their first game in 2015 when they welcome St George Easton-in-Gordano to Cassis Close on Saturday, following last weekend's postponed fixture against Portishead Town Reserves. Heavy rain last week left the pitch waterlogged - and further wet weather so far this week has already put this weekend's game in doubt.

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    Wednesday Jan 14 | This Is Bristol

    VIEWERS gripped by the new series of Broadchurch are heading out to North Somerset to see for themselves the locations where the award-winning crime drama is filmed. Research carried out by Hotels.com has shown a 200 per cent increase in searches through its website for accommodation in Portishead just a few miles along the coast from Clevedon where much of the new series was filmed.

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  6. Insane 8K calorie breakfastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 13 | Fox News

    This gut-busting 8,000-calorie breakfast includes bacon, sausages, eggs, black puddings and hash browns, two three-egg omelettes and four portions each of fried potatoes and fried mushrooms. There's waking up hungry and there's, well, this.

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  7. $22.64 breakfast challenge has 8,000 caloriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 13 | UPI

    A British cafe is challenging customers to finish an 8,000-calorie "Monster" breakfast including six fried eggs, six slices of bacon and six sausages. The "Monster Mega Breakfast" at Corner Cafe in Portishead, England, includes six slices of bacon, six sausages, six fried eggs, two three-egg omelets, four portions of mushrooms, six slices of black pudding, four servings of fried potatoes, six hash browns, one bowl of fries, four onion rings, four slices of toast, two pieces of fried bread, half a grilled tomato, two portions of beans and two portions of tomatoes.

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  8. FOOTBALL: Chard's boss is looking upRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 9 | This is The West Country

    CHARD Town will be looking to get the New Year off to a positive start tomorrow when they visit Cheddar in the Toolstation First Division . Last weekend's planned fixture at home to bottom club Portishead Town was one of many postponed following prolonged rain.

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    Friday Jan 9 | This Is Bristol

    WORK is to start on clearing vegetation along the disused section of Portishead's railway line this month. Contractors will start on clearing overgrowth on the three mile section of the redundant Portishead line as part of multi-million pound plans to get trains running out of the town again by 2019.

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  10. Your vote needed to choose annual Somerset DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | Western Gazette

    'Passion for Somerset' is giving all the people of the county an opportunity to choose the date that will make up the proposed new 'Somerset Day' to celebrate all that is great about Somerset. 11th May: The historic date when Alfred the Great 'gathered all the people' of Somerset; 19th May: Commemorating St Dunstan who was born in Somerset and was England's most popular Saint; 6th July: Remembering the Battle of Sedgemoor fought in 1685 - the last battle fought on English soil.

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  11. Bristol News & Media located in BristolRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 6 | This Is Bristol

    Our flagship title is the Bristol Evening Post which has been serving the local community since 1932. Its strong heritage in the city means it is read by more than 150,000 people every day, rising to more than a quarter of a million people over the course of a week.

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  12. Vote for your preferred date for a Somerset DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | This is The West Country

    THE first ever Somerset Day to celebrate everything great about our wonderful county will take place this summer - and you can vote on when it should be held. Those of us lucky enough to live here already know that Somerset is one of the world's best locations, and it's now time to start shouting about it.

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  13. Capitalising on the grey poundRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2014 | This Is Bristol

    One of the highlights of the finale to The Hobbit trilogy is 92-year-old actor Christopher Lee performing martial arts more befitting of a Shaolin warrior monk. Special effects, of course, but it represents a point - that as the health of our population improves our retired and elderly are more active, both physically and financially, than ever before.

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  14. Portishead tame the PumasRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2014 | Crow

    Juniors dominated the first-half and were two up in the first 15 minutes with a brace from Jack Nattress. In a game of two halves, Juniors had to defend well as Pumas controlled the second half, but they couldn't find a route past Harri Battista, who was supported well by Jacob Weekes, Ben Elliott and Charlie Chichester.

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  15. Gold Star heroes honoured at Bristol Post's award ceremonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2014 | This Is Bristol

    They saved lives, showed staggering bravery, dedicated countless hours to their communities and offered inspiration to their peers and the people of Bristol. At the Bristol City Centre Marriott Hotel on Friday, 11 people, aged from 10 to 92, were rewarded at the 20th annual Gold Star awards, held in association with First West of England.

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  16. Residents set to have to pay more for policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2014 | This Is Bristol

    THE policing part of the council tax bill is expected to increase again for residents in the Bristol area from April. Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens has recommended a 1.99 per cent rise, raising the annual cost for a band D home by 3.43, from 171.37 to 174.80.

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  17. Enthralling match ends in a goal-less drawRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2014 | Crow

    NAILSEA Athletic Under-11s and Swiss Valley Colts played out an enthralling 0-0 draw between two evenly-matched teams. Nailsea produced some neat, and at times really creative play going forward and this was exemplified by a quick interchange of passes, leading to a headed chance that they were unlucky not to convert.

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  18. Riso RP3790Read the original story

    Dec 7, 2014 | Watersblogged

    Buyer Collects, collect from address specified Collection restrictions at this property are as follows:- Wednesdays ONLY between 0900-1500hrs. No appointment required - collections can be confirmed on the following numbers: Office 0117 982 7908.

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  19. Campaigners' rail station callRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2014 | This Is Somerset

    A campaign for a new rail station at Ashton to serve south Bristol will be launched later this month under the banner "Start the Stop Campaign". The Portishead rail line linking Bristol and North Somerset is due to re-open in 2019 and when it does, campaigners want a new station at Ashton.

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  20. 'Attack of the Badger' Cops offer 10K to hunt down anarchistRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 3, 2014 | Daily Star

    Huw Norfolk is wanted in connection with two attacks in the Bristol area following more than 100 incidents over the last four years. The 27-year-old is linked to an arson attack at a communications mast in Bath in January last year as well as criminal damage to the outside of the Bristol Post newspaper office in the city centre in August 2011.

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