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There's a new competition on MyKingswood this month: you could win a meal for two with wine at Thorn's Farm Wetherspoons, plus you could win opening night tickets to The Kingswood Players' 'Dick Whittington'.
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Trading Standards would like to reiterate a warning issued by Police about a telephone scam affecting South Gloucestershire.
Police are aware of calls to residents from people claiming to be from Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in which householders were told they could go to prison if they did not immediately pay an outstanding tax debt.
If you are concerned about your tax status, contact HMRC directly using details you know to be genuine.
If you believe you have been contacted by a fraudster, call Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 or click below.
Age UK South Gloucestershire is calling on nimble-fingered knitters to get their needles clicking at double the speed to make Age UK and innocent’s Big Knit the biggest event yet.
Now in its 13th year, budding local knitters are being challenged to reach a whopping local target of 6,000 miniature woolly hats to adorn innocent smoothie bottles, and for each be-hatted smoothie sold, innocent will donate 25p to help Age UK fund national and local projects that keep older people warm and well in winter. Click below to donwload the pattern.
Throughout the year Tim Tynan has been attempting a 2,920 mile Triathlon, the distance from Bristol to Osipovichi (Belarus) and back, supporting the Bristol Link of the Chernobyl Childrens Lifeline charity.
Tim has just over 700 miles to go and plans to complete the distance on New Year’s Eve. Click below to donate through Tim's Just Giving page. You can also text a donation via Code CCLL73 and send to 70070.
If you're planning a train trip to London this Christmas, click below for details of disruption due to planned works.
London Paddington will be closed to all rail services from Saturday 24 December to Thursday 29 December, and we're being advised to change at Reading and use services from there to London Waterloo - a longer journey.
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