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Councillors to fight for Ham Lane improvement
A37 to close for two nights
Replacing 90-year-old changing rooms part of Club’s drive to be Community Hub
Statement on fire safety
Campaigners hold public meeting
Locals honoured in Queen’s Birthday List
Verdict reached in local nailbomb trial
Could the city of Bath be getting a tram?
Chilcompton get together to celebrate community and remember Jo Cox
Brownies show there is more that unites us than divides us
Young local experts feature on BBC Countryfile
Council defends Waterloo Road notice
Students’ chance to quiz re-elected MP
Local health services need to find £10.2m in savings alone this financial year
Investigation launched into ‘bogus’ child welfare officers
Local success at the Bath and West
Replacing 90-year-old changing rooms part of Club’s drive to be Community Hub
Friends set to retire after 45 years in Timsbury
NT to kick off Arts Festival
Students spend thousands of hours volunteering to help others
Auction for Mother and Baby Trust
Local student new Youth Commissioner
Railway Rocks to the tune of over £2,000 for Lucia
Play park to receive makeover as part of B&NES staff challenge
Plenty of partying at Peasedown St John’s Summer Festival
Radstock paintings to help SWALLOW funds
Fun at Writhlington Fete
Next up for National Gardens Scheme
Public to have final say on Keynsham one way scheme
Can you help unlock funding?
New postcard decided on by local photographers
Midsomer Norton Beat Surgery
A new lease of life for Farrington’s Bob
After School Club gains OFSTED approval
Join the Great Get Together in Chilcompton
Appeal after man assaulted
£500,000 scheme to improve traffic flow on A39
Campaign launched to help shop recover from burglary
Jacob Rees-Mogg: Result is still a victory for Prime Minister
NSR makes its first appeal for volunteers to help restore loco
Postal Mystery at Coaching Inn?
Fidget spinner warning issued by Trading Standards
Hundreds join the fight against cancer at Bath Race for Life
A new ‘Old coach’ at Midsomer Norton Station
Photographers take full advantage of the sun
Local beauticians support cancer care campaign
The Stars align for Midsomer Arts Festival
Society rewards success, Oscars style
Have you returned your Survey?
Jacob Rees-Mogg retains seat in North East Somerset
Cricket Club to benefit from Community Grant
Gilchrist sworn in as Mayor
Jamie Mines discharged from hospital
Giant Jam coming to Radstock
Information sought on Community Shop theft
Lora celebrates first medal at Chelsea
Anti-social behaviour is not our fault, say Town’s youths
Medal owner found, with thanks to you!
Special delivery brings a smile to the face of four-year-old Sophie
New ‘rapid response’ falls service launched in B&NES
Children hear from ex-miner about local working life
Keynsham and District Mencap Society Family Festival of Fun
Find out more about the Beauchamp family
Children’s Art Week comes to Timsbury
Grants now available to help communities stay fit and healthy
Will you give a voice, to those who need it most?
Councillors secure £20,000 for road safety improvements
RUH’s Clinic to move from mid-June
TV’s Martin Roberts to open Paulton Party
Consignment of water-survival boxes and school bags for Chile donated by Rotary
Should B&NES be held accountable for what happens to Library and Children’s Centre site?
Teacher moved to help teens after terror attack
Meet your Prospective Parliamentary Candidates
Will village housing site grow even larger?
Father’s pilgrimage helps him come to terms with loss of beloved daughter
Ten hour spinathon pedals £11,000 for RUH
Trekking the Great Ten Tors
Half-term family fun at Radstock Museum
Children’s Time Capsule for new development
Join Society on tour of Gardens this weekend
Call for entries to Bath in Bloom competition
Busy summer schedule for photographers
A Marathon effort by local Solicitors
Expert Advice from Show Champions
Radstock and Westfield Big Local get Sugar Smart
Parish Council lends its support for Festival’s main stage
Liberal leader visits College
Award-winning Bath Opera return to Town Hall
Railway’s story will not be forgotten, thanks to Shoscombe History Group
Spirits stay high at Community Festival, despite downpours
B&NES Council takes stock over local Conservation Area
Back to his roots: Explorer invited home to open School
Labour: Incident aimed to discredit us during campaign suspension
Council consults on street drinking in local area
Submit your questions for local hustings
Councillor numbers set to diminish in B&NES?
Student showcases work for local hospice