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Real Time Information Maintenance Services ~BCC Tender Opportunity

Bristol City Council, on behalf of the West of England Authorities (Bath & North East Somerset, Bristol City, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire council’s); is seeking to run a Soft Market Testing Exercise (SMTE) for Real Time Information (RTI) system contract. 107 more words

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The Fox Inn, Old Down: A perfect pub garden to spend a sunny, summer afternoon with kids

If you are ever wanting to spend an hour or two on a hot Summer’s afternoon sitting in a country pub garden watching your kids play, the Fox Inn in Old Down is lovely. 195 more words


Facing up to economic facts - which way should B&NES look?

Are we in or are we out? Sounds like Brexit versus Stronger in Europe – but this time around we are referring to the growing debate about whether or not B&NES signs up to the government’s devolution deal for the West of England. 382 more words


Ominous nimbus

Four seasons in one day. In fact preseason could be a fifth. Bright sunshine and heavy showers (often at the same time) provide the backdrop for players to getting back into the swing of things. 62 more words


The Ship Field

Adjacent to the Ship Inn, The Ship Field has been home to Thornbury Cricket Club since 1871, soon after two local clubs merged under the influence of WG Grace’s older brother Edward Mills Grace. 53 more words


Crime on Yate Common, By Catherine Vaughton

The town of Yate in South Gloucestershire has recently had its history published by Victoria County History books.

The name that Yate was given historically means Gateway, which is derived from the old English word giete or gete, which meant ‘gateway to a forest area’. 551 more words

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Emergency Accommodation - Round 2 - BCC Tender Opportunity

Bristol City Council in collaboration with South Gloucestershire Council is seeking to let an Open Framework for the provision of Emergency Accommodation Service for households that need housing where the council has determined as statutory duty to accommodate. 158 more words

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