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If you're travelling by train over the August bank holiday, please check before you travel as Network Rail is installing part of a new signalling system for the Bristol area from 27-29 August.
Lines will be closed in both directions between Bristol Parkway and Swindon, Newport, Bristol Temple Meads, Gloucester and Severn Beach. Trains will be diverted and in some cases replacement bus services will be in operation. More information is available on the website below.
Kingswood Business Association is warning that a local company has received a phone call from a man calling himself 'Bill Morris' claiming to be from Bristol Police Federation selling advertising to 'select companies who meet the highest standards' in the Police Magazine 2016.
The Police Federation have not heard of him or authorised anything like this.
The Leisure Centre's Summer Programme runs 25th July - 31st August for boys and girls from Yr1 - Yr9.
Active Camps are packed full with sporting activities and arts and crafts and the pool offers swimming activities and/or courses. Click below to view the Summer Programme.
Longwell Green Leisure Centre will undergo a £1.5 million redevelopment to include a new fitness studio with extra stations, new changing rooms, a new entrance and more poolside showers.
The redevelopment means the centre will offer improved facilities to its customers and meet increased demand in the local community, which is set to grow due to planned new housing in the area.
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