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Volunteers removed 22 bags of rubbish, a huge amount of glass bottles and glasses, 2 sofa seats and a plastic garden chair as part of their recent Big Spring Clean. Click below to read more...
The Friends of Grimsbury Farm are hoping to borrow or hire at a discounted price a temporary roadway to enable a lorry to turn on soft ground.
It's to allow delivery of a couple of steel storage containers to their new barn and they would only need it for a week, or possibly two, sometime towards the middle of April. If you can help, please contact Peter Davies by email below.
Whitfield Tabernacle - a famous historical building built in 1741 which until 1989 was used by Kingswood residents for a range of community activity - could be redeveloped.
A group of local Councillors have come together with interested colleagues to work together with South Gloucestershire Council, the landowner and CVS South Gloucestershire to secure the future of the Tabernacle site and develop the facilities for Kingswood people. Click below to share your views...
Spring into Summer at Wetherspoon, with a new menu, 14 new drinks and 13 new dishes. Click below to find out more...
Active Longwell Green will undergo a £1.5 million pound extension and refurbishment throughout 2017. It'll mean improved facilities and even more activities, and the Centre will stay open throughout the building works. Click below to read more...
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