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The face of local TV news for forty years heads to Peasedown St John!
Annual Meeting to discuss Town Park
Historic railway wagon goes on display at Museum of Bath at Work
Old mural finds new home at Radstock Museum
Peppercorn proposal for Youth Centre management
Students to work with Pride event to combat bullying
Changes to speed limit due for Midsomer Norton, Westfield and Radstock?
Local reaction to snap General Election call
Radstock Primary School set to expand
Bikers call for your support for next Ride Out
Drivers asked to be mindful as Hall car park’s long awaited refurbishment complete
Daniel Radcliffe stars in latest NT Live broadcast
School hosts Zambian Student Teacher visit
Midsomer Norton Beat Surgery
£4,000 available for Initiatives
Snap and Stroll photographers capture Radstock scenery
A very colourful Easter Bonnet competition!
Walking boots at the ready!
Join Canal events
New Writhlington Ward Councillor welcomed
Mayoral candidate discusses Midsomer Norton regeneration plans
Pupils raise over £1,000 for their school
Film for fund
Local businesses join forces to give children in hospital a Happy Easter
Easter event to help hall back on its feet
Library consultation results published
Don’t forget your repeat prescriptions this Easter
Changes to traffic system and bus route in Keynsham for one way pilot scheme
Public meeting to meet RUH Governors
Changes to Recycling Centre permits
Moana and Sully for next Cinema
Villagers called to vote on Community Shop proposal
Freedom of Information request reveals Highways England against Park and Ride site
No commercial interest in planned care home, so another twenty houses for Midsomer Norton site?
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Time running out to register to vote in West of England Combined Authority Mayoral election
Old Radstock . . . and new Radstock! Students help recreate the past
“We’ve got something for everyone this Easter!”
Police Appeal for two men who helped assault victim
Kids get Eggs-tremely Messy in Chilcompton!
Three Towers Music Festival is back
Last in the spring programme for Science talks
Lessons in Blue Glass for Inner Wheel
Back to School for Goodwill Club
Lions announced as Party in the Park’s Official Festival Partner
Rose Cottage to open for Gardens Scheme
Parents urged to make sure teenagers receive Meningitis jab
Westfield Fun Day needs you!
Trustees wanted for local charity
University students and staff surpass target to help refugees
Transport the hot topic at Mayoral Hustings
Radstock’s clock to chime again!
Hundreds join Bath protest
Council's flagship project, Bath Quays, granted planning permission
Candidates for West of England Combined Authority Mayoral Election named
Paul is back on the beat, sharing his experience of life after a stroke