I've bought in an area called Redfield, which is ment to be a rough under privilaged area as it was cheap to buy my first place. I have to say, its great. Mostly couples and young family. We have our fair amount of Chavs but they aren't too much trouble and the house prices are still going up!
This is why I would recommend Redfield. We just bought our second just before the crash and I shat myself, but I need not have worried. Now in the last two years there have suddenly been 3 delis, 2 nice coffee shops and a restraunt open up on our road and I'm chuffed. When you move - if you want to meet some new people and be shown around our fair town let me know as I'm part of a group for Bristol newbies! Thanks people. Just the info I needed. I'll avoid Filton with my Scooby if car crime is high Anything else I should know?
I've been working in the city center for a while so I know that area but working and living there are two vastly different things. Hello, I'm having to move to the Bristol area due to work so I want to know what areas are nice places to live. Any good ones I should know of? Is Filton and area to avoid? I see the big runway but don't know if it is used that often. Any suggestions are welcome.
HearmeROAR posts months. JamesZS posts months. King Edwards is a 'hard' school - some think of it as an exam factory, but excellent academic and sporting reputation. Chip Hazard 9, posts months. Another one here who moved to Bristol from a deadwater, in my case it was Yeovil. No-one has posted anything amiss except maybe Kingswood being rubbished earlier.
I've lived here nine years now, the last seven of which have been spent in Kingswood. It's not too bad a place and handy for everywhere to the south and east that I need football team, children, work in London occasionally. Yate is a good suggestion but some of the places in the south of the city Hartcliffe, Bishopsworth, Knowle West and some suburbs off the M32 Eastville, St Pauls, Easton and St Werburghs are well worth avoiding.
Schools wise, The Ridings at Winterbourne is a good school and there's another one in the south of the city, a Catholic one I think, that's well rated. I believe its St Bernadettes in Whitchurch Good luck. Edited by Chip Hazard on Tuesday 6th May Six Fiend 6, posts months. I've lived here all my life 37 years. It also has the Westbury 8, the local pub crawl! Yes, that's 8 pubs!!! Easy bus routes into town and a few minutes from the motorways. Bristol Grammar School off The Triangle in Clifton is a fine place, lots of investment gone on there since my day and now has class leading facilities.
Always fresh intake for 6th form. It's also on a direct bus route from W-o-T. All areas have crime issues, some worse than others. Just have to use comon sense. Edited by Six Fiend on Tuesday 6th May Town mayor, Wully Perks, local families and members of the Friends of Yate Common group will be among those taking part in the ceremony on Sunday, May It starts at 3pm at the St Briavels Drive entrance to the common and will last for between an hour and 90 minutes.
Residents are invited to join in, with the event suitable for pushchairs. Hundreds of youngsters use the Armadillo centre in Station Road, which opened nearly four years ago with support from both civic leaders and South Gloucestershire Council. But South Gloucestershire could no longer afford to fund it due to the level of cuts it had to make, leading to a long period of negotiation between the two authorities.
Now Yate Town Council has taken over the building and staff, with South Gloucestershire making a large financial settlement that will help run the venue for the next few years. This secures its future and is great news for the huge numbers of young people who use it regularly.
The transfer has occurred and Yate Town Council now owns the entire building, South Gloucestershire has transferred its ownership and given us a. As well as providing a venue for youngsters to meet up, play music, watch films and enjoy a coffee, it also runs a successful. The scheme has operated for more than three years and anyone interested can get information from the national apprenticeship scheme website. At first Linda was planning the challenge by herself. It was designed to improve joint operations between the armed forces of participating countries.
Exercise Joint Warrior featured 55 warships and submarines, 70 aircraft and around 13, personnel from 14 nations. A number of people in Yate and Sodbury saw distinctive twinrotor Chinooks used in the exercise, some of which carried vehicles suspended beneath them.
A refurbishment to the Tourist Information Centre in Sodbury and the launch of its upgraded web site have been funded by the National Lottery. Visitors to the town and local residents can now find out what is happening locally online at www. The site is constantly updated and includes details of forthcoming events as well as information on where to stay and things to do.
The Centre also acts as a booking agent for shows, theatre productions, festivals and concerts. Sodbury insurance group on acquisition trail Jelf Insurance has expanded its portfolio with the acquisition of the Hamilton Bond Group. Based in Worcester, Hamilton Bond was founded in to assist clients and their brokers, primarily in relation to material damage and business interruption claims. Having developed a constructive working partnership over many years, Hamilton Bond already had a longstanding relationship with Jelf, receiving client referrals.
This move will bring specialist capability to Jelf that will add real value for our clients. Although two other women have become bishops since legislation was passed last year enabling them to take up the role, Archdeacon Rachel, 52, will make history by being the first to run a diocese and the first to take up a seat in the House of Lords. It is anticipated that she will spend some time getting to know the diocese once she is formally installed as bishop, visiting parishes and meeting clergy and churchgoers.
After her appointment was. Before ordination, Archdeacon Rachel trained as a speech and language therapist, a role she practised for more than six years. Her husband, Guy, is also a priest. Bespoke maintenance.
Are you bored in your job? Wish you were happier? Want to be inspired? Outdoor literacy lessons at Brimsham Green Brimsham Green School have created an outdoor classroom for a series of trial English lessons. The initial focus will be on using the space to provide physical and tactile experiences which will improve students written descriptive skills and to foster a better connection with the local natural environment.
The classroom will be based around a fire-pit with bench seats and a rough table set in a woodland clearing on the school site. The students will be encouraged to try fire-lighting methods, small-scale mapmaking and natural sound recording such as birdsong. Following the trial, the outdoor classroom will be available to all departments.
There has already been interest from other school departments as well as from local primary schools who are keen to make use of the project. Cooney extracts every ounce of confusion from his tale, in a comedy that slowly turns increasingly more ridiculous and bizarre. They won the National Operatic. The production was also nominated for the Best Comedy Award.
They will also give the public a chance to look backstage and learn all about the hard. There will also be some displays where examples of previous productions will be on show. Town council offers community grants Grants are being made available to local organisations from Yate Town Council. It is offering the cash boost to groups that provide a service to the local community. Applications must be made by no later than the 26th June Application forms are available at the council offices in Poole Court, by telephoning , emailing info yatetowncouncil.
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We pride ourselves on good old fashioned personal service, coupled with excellent advice and value for money. Visit our large showroom for an extensive range of carpets, vinyls and hard flooring. Free no obligation quotes. Call us today. Contact us for a free, no obligation home visit. Rabbits are social animals and are best kept in pairs or small groups to enable them to express natural behaviour such as mutual grooming.
Also bullying can occur. Rabbits are crepuscular which means they are most active at dawn and dusk, similar to their wild counterparts. The minimum dimensions should allow the rabbit to fully lie down and stretch out in all directions, be tall enough to allow them to sit up and ideally stand in without their ears touching the roof and long enough to make three continuous hops.
The hutch should be ideally attached to an outside run or exercise area so that they have the opportunity to stretch their legs when they want to. It is important to check and groom your rabbit regularly in order to keep an eye out for flystrike which is especially common in the warm summer months flies can be attracted to rabbits bottoms and lay eggs in this area, which hatch into maggots , as well as any other abnormalities.
Fibre is crucial to rabbits, and they have an interesting digestive. They produce two types of faeces, hard round droppings and softer shiny caecotrophs. An ideal rabbits diet should consist of large quantities of good quality hay and grass, with small amounts of complete rabbit pellet food and vegetables such as broccoli, kale and dandelions, with fresh water always available.
Vaccination is important to keep your pet healthy and we recommend vaccinating annually against the fatal diseases, myxomatosis and viral haemorrhagic disease. This is advised for indoor rabbits as well as those living outdoors. For further information about rabbit awareness week and more advice on rabbit care, please visit www. There will be 7 matches on the 23rd of May in a show suitable for all ages. Tickets are available from Yate Leisure Centre.
Some 1, people attended, with more than children taking part and receiving a chocolate egg. There were also 40 entries in an Easter bonnet contest, all earning a prize for parading their colourful hats. The event was organised by Yate Town Council in conjunction with the Friends of Kingsgate Park, with support also given by local businesses. Many families stayed in the park afterwards for a picnic and to let youngsters enjoy the play areas. The town council and the Friends will next be joining forces to stage the annual community music festival in the park on June 20 and Families queue to get in to the Easter egg event.
Yate mayor Wully Perks and one of the youngsters who took part, Lacey Rixon. Photos courtesy of Dave Bruten. For more information: e-mail: enquiries sodburytennisclub. His visit has been arranged under the umbrella of Chipping Sodbury Festival and coincides with a two-day exhibition in the Baptist Church that has been organised by the society. Lars was born in Copenhagen but educated in England and has been associated with the popular BBC show since He joined Sothebys in and specialises in ceramics, in particular Chinese ceramics and works of art.
The Circadian Trust operates eight Active Centres across the district, including in Yate, and the campaign involved those people enrolling as members being asked for an Easter egg in return for a reduced joining fee. More than eggs were received as a result, all of them given to foodbanks and charities to be handed out to families in need as a special treat.
We not only saw more than people start a healthier, active lifestyle, but we also helped local families that were struggling to get by. Jazz and Blues ticket competition winners Two lucky readers have won tickets to the headline concert of their choice in our free to enter competition that ran in our May edition.
Full details of the concerts and the full programme for the Sodbury Jazz and Blues Festival can be viewed online at www. To celebrate this amazing performance opportunity, Razzamataz are offering free taster sessions on Sat 2nd, 9th and 16th May for ages Leading riders from around the world will make their bid to add their name to the famous trophy, with some 80 horse and rider combinations in the line-up.
They include Olympic, world and European championship partnerships, with Kristina Cook, William Fox-Pitt and Nicola Wilson among the home side hoping to claim the title for Britain for the first time since But one of the most determined riders is Andrew Nicholson, who holds the record for 33 Badminton completions but has never yet won. Pippa Funnell has also qualified two horses, Redesigned and Second Supreme, while. After two days of dressage, riders will tackle the second cross-country course designed by Italian Giuseppe Della Chiesa, which was unveiled at a recent preview.
Going in the opposite direction to last year, he said he had produced what was meant to be a flowing route over the 31 obstacles that cover four miles. The feature lake fences are set to attract the usual crowds, while riders will be happy to only have to cross the Vicarage Ditch once, at the Mirage Pond. Another pond, used for the first time last year, will be approached from a different direction to and once cleared, leads horses and riders onto the final third of the course.
The main international runs from May but Badminton park will also be open on May 6 for the amateur Grassroots Championships. A new-look trade stand area, with its huge number of shops, will be open for all five days. Both defendants pleaded guilty to the charges when they were heard at North Avon Magistrates Court in Yate.
The court hearing followed the issuing of the temporary stop notice and a subsequent court injunction against GMT Developments, which did not have planning permission to carry out work on the site. An application for the homes was in outline form only.
But the council received complaints in March about work taking place there and on investigation found building materials and a portable building on site. Work had started on foundations, material to protect tree roots had been removed and a number of trees covered by preservation orders had not been protected.
An immediate temporary stop notice was issued and the case pursued to secure an injunction from Bristol County Court - the strongest available planning enforcement. The council was granted an interim injunction by the court at the first hearing and a full injunction at a further hearing, which required work to stop. The prosecutions came after enforcement officers discovered that work had continued in breach of the temporary stop notice for several days after being issued. A council spokesman said the fine was one of the highest issued for non-compliance with a South Gloucestershire notice in the past ten years.
He said it was also only the second time a penalty of that scale had been used nationally in the past six months. Every Friday Night We are now hosting a regular Bistro evening, on a Friday evening from 6pm, showcasing the best in British dishes.
Using locally sourced ingredients, our evolving menu is homemade and pitched at good honest prices. Come along and make yourself welcome! The complex YOSC next to Brimsham Green School is made available to clubs and other users when not needed by the school under a dual-use arrangement. The council has to make further cuts and said it would save money by not renewing the contract.
However, it said it would be making new arrangements to allow continued community use. YOSC is used by the school every day, provides full athletics facilities and has an all-weather. My husband and children went off for a bike ride this afternoon from Yate , armed with a map we printed from the website, saw all the sculptures and really enjoyed them, especially the apple with the worm coming out of it!!!
The likely outcome is it will be run by a charitable company set up by the athletics clubs working with the town council. Enterprise Rent-a-Car has also opened an outlet on the premises. At the other end of town a new bathroom and kitchen centre are new additions to Horse Street.
A new tea-room and coffee shop, Etcetera, has opened in the premises that was once Bistro Summer search for sheepdogs in Sodbury People are being given the chance to round up some sheepdogs in Chipping Sodbury over the summer holidays. The event follows the success of the Sodbury Sheep Search last year which attracted over a thousand visitors. They had to find 25 lost sheep in shop windows with the lucky winners becoming the new owners of the toy sheep.
This summer, the Sodbury Chamber of Commerce have organised a sheepdog trial. Extra doors available. Other sizes available for a small extra charge. The Vintage and Handmade Fair has established itself as a firm favourite with locals and visitors to the town and offers something for the collector, maker and lover of the vintage lifestyle.
From its small beginnings in when it was held at the village hall in Rangeworthy, the event has enjoyed a successful five years at its new home, Chipping Sodbury Town Hall. The Fair, held four times each year, offers visitors a variety of goods for sale including vintage haberdashery, clothing, toys, kitchealia and unique handmade silver jewellery and brocante pieces.
The Fair is open 10am to 4pm on Saturday 23rd May and the first 50 visitors of the day are treated to a free goody bag. Rocking the Royal Oak An annual music concert is set to return in May. The concert on Sunday May 17th starts at 2. There will also be the usual draw tickets and raffle.
The family fun day at the Heritage Centre Green is on June Any community group that would like to have a stall at the fun day please contact Jacky at jackyfred blueyonder. AN ash tree in Kingsgate Park, Yate, that was brought down by strong winds will be turned into a practical artwork. The main trunk will be carved into a feature that children can play on, now that its branches have been either turned into chippings, kept for woodland path edging or put aside for informal seating.
Meanwhile, the trunk has been made stable and sharp edges rounded off while a decision is taken on how best to give it another use. Shoppers in Yate were treated to a high-octane experience as local local racing drivers and their cars from Team Blast Motorsports made a visit. Shoppers and visitors were allowed up close and personal and enjoyed a birds eye view of the inside of a full on race car. Hundreds of people took the chance to pose with the cars for photographs.
Team sponsor Abrahams Jewellers used the day to celebrate their 70 years in business and the Castle Combe. The staff was great, the dinner was excellent, and blimey, the dessert hostess was phenomenal! The atmosphere was cozy and we left feeling very satisfied! We will definitely ring this Bell again! Corporate rates are available upon request. For booking details, please visit our website.
Want to broaden your horizons or need to learn new skills to improve your career prospects? Choose from the hundreds of courses available at your local City of Bristol College centre. Offering everything from Management and Marketing to Construction and CAD, we also have professional courses to help you progress at work and further your career.
To find out more, take a look at our website, call us or come along to our next open event. View from Yate Heritage Centre One of the most exciting aspects of local history is new research into our local towns and parishes. Yate and Sodbury are privileged to be the first areas in South Gloucestershire to have the Victoria County History treatment, which will provide the most detailed history of our areas yet produced.
Past historians such as Percy Couzens and Pat Alcock created fantastic histories of our area during the 20th century. However, history constantly evolves and with both professional researchers and local volunteers involved in these new projects, our local historical knowledge will advance further than ever before. The forthcoming history of Yate sees the continuation of a national project started more than a century ago, to write a history of England, county-by-county, parish-byparish.
Indeed, studying Yate provides a lens through which to view many of the significant events in our national heritage, and how they shaped a single community. Research for the history. Factory with aircraft on airfield was made possible by the generous support of South Gloucestershire County Council, the Yate and District Heritage Centre, and a group of hardworking local volunteers. Thanks to the continued support of the Heritage Centre, and the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, work in the area is moving forward.
Research is underway on the ancient manors of Old and Little Sodbury, and the town of Chipping Sodbury, whose urban history dates back to the end of the 12th century. Although providing quite a contrast to Yate, the history of the Sodburys and its neighbour have been intertwined for centuries — from competing claims to Medieval markets, to their development as part of the expanding Bristol. Together, these new works draw out the diverse and intriguing history of this area.
Your VCH needs you! If you would like to be involved in the Sodburys project, please contact Rose Wallis, contributing editor for Yate and the Sodburys, on: vchsodburys gmail. Highlights include 11th May — 7. Please book. Do you have any collectables for sale?
YATE Tuesday 5. Jesus Christ constantly clashed with the religious leaders of His day because they said one thing but had their own interests in mind rather than the genuine love and care of others. On the 7th of May millions will cast their vote and our next Prime Minister will be appointed. The nation will decide which political party will be in power and gain the greatest influence to shape the future of our nation.
There will never be a perfect political party, a perfect system. We are all so aware of the failure of our governments to operate with integrity and justice. Corruption and compromise have been the hallmarks of years of bad leadership that have brought us to the place we are in our nation. People do want change, but they long for more than just a change of political party.
Men and women long for something beyond what they can bring about for themselves. He will not offer religion but a living relationship with Himself. Is it not time for us to return to The Lord in heart relationship and love? Not to a stone cold set of religious rules and regulations that create separation and injustice, but to God Himself. In our future let us return to The Lord. Let His peace, His truth and love influence our government until He establishes His reign of love.
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Please telephone one of our surgeries below and bring this invitation to your first appointment. Chalks Road St George Bristol. BS5 7AA. Ame mbe ro ft h eA sso c iat io no fBrit ishI nsure rs. The full line up of the Sodbury Jazz and Blues Festival has been unvelied. Rounceval-house btconnect. The Festival line up, supported by Yate and Sodbury Voice, includes a host of top musicians from across the region appearing at venues throughout Chipping Sodbury.
With the exception of the headline events, all other concerts are free to attend. Friday 5th June 6pm to 8pm Yann Deplechin Beaufort Hunt, 72 Broad Street, Jazz, blues and boogie for the early evening from a master of the keyboard 7. Entertaining, swinging jazz at the traditional post-concert venue Saturday 6th June 9. Although less people were tested this year than last, the club targeted people that had not had their BP taken for more than a year, or in some cases had never had a test.
The message was clear; having a test could prevent an early stroke or heart attack. All installation work and materials are fully guaranteed Based in the Bristol area Call Paul for free quote or Nothing beats the flavour of British asparagus and we are particularly lucky to have Wye valley asparagus on our doorstep, sourced from Iain the greengrocer on Sodbury High Street. The season only lasts a couple of weeks, so enjoy it whilst you can.
The Parmesan crisps are very easy and give it a Masterchef touch. Make this as a change for either of the May bank holidays and bask in the compliments. First prep the asparagus. Rinse and cut off any woody ends. Slice the spears at an angle into 3cm lengths. Pour the wine and stock into a wide pan and bring to the boil. Add the asparagus and cook for 2 mins or until just tender. Remove from the pan with a slotted spoon, place in a colander and run cold water over the spears.
Leave to one side. Put the hot stock and wine mixture into a deep ovenproof dish. Stir in the rice. Bake uncovered in the pre-heated oven for about 20 mins, then stir and check there is enough liquid for the remaining. Most of the liquid will have been absorbed when the rice is cooked through, but it should still has a bite to it.
Whilst the risotto is cooking, make the crisps. Line a baking tray with nonstick paper. Put 4 small handfuls of the cheese at intervals with a plenty of space in between as they will spread. Flatten them with your hand and bake for mins on the lowest shelf until golden brown.
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Location needs bigger sign to find! The dealer was very helpful, made you feel welcome, not pushy and a nice bloke! MOT and service booking service is quite efficient, though online webform does not export comments box, which is a shame. I've used their bodyshop too for an insurance repair job and would say it was a pleasure to deal with them.
Staff very helpful and friendly. They do a great job. Just do your shopping while they wash your car. What a great place! Rang them today as I was in desperate need for a whole clutch and the guy on the phone was very helpful and got me exactly what I wanted for a good price.
Extremely happy with the quality of what I got and the service provided! Shall be using them again. Quality bloke. Lots of stock. Very helpful with what you need. It's a petrol station what else can I say it sells very expensive fuel like all the others do.
Friendly service with a smile. Good fuel station. I have used this garage a few times now and they are brilliant, friendly honest and have far better hourly rates than any other place nearby. If you are local then this is the garage for you, forget everywhere else. Good honest service and not just the price nothing is to much trouble. Very well priced. Excellent service on my old MINI! I would highly recommend Chris at Homestead. Once you find a good garage, it's a good idea to stay with them.
This is the place. The guys at Autobase have looked after my cars for 8 years and provide an excellent service for a price I can't argue with. Would rate at 6 stars if possible. By far the best garage out there. Very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. Won't take my Mini anywhere else. True professionals. Autos have been my 'go to' garage for many years. Throughout all that time they have been absolutely great, offering a fast and reliable service both in emergencies and for routine work.
They are always reassuring, warm and friendly with no trace of that alarming intake of breath coupled with a serious frown that I have experienced in some other garages! The quality of work is excellent and they explain the solutions to any problems clearly and offer advice that I trust. I would and frequently do recommend them without reservation. Finding a good, reliable, trustworthy garage isn't always straight forward and if you've been driving as long as me, you will probably have had your fingers burnt at some point.
This place "does what it says on the tin": you leave feeling they've done a really good job at a reasonable price and that they haven't done work that didn't need doing just to bump up what they can charge you. Skill and affability with integrity. Paul sorted out the aircon on my Audi A4 a few week ago. He took the time to explain the issues and provided a detailed and reasonable quote to fix it in the coming days.
Did a great job. Having found them and learned that they do general automotive servicing and repairs etc I will definitely be back. Great garage prices reasonable usually busy so need to book in. Have been using Alan Jarrett's since on a friend's recommendation. When you find a good garage, you stick with it and this is a GOOD garage!! Did a complex dent removal and respray after and accident of an MGB roadster.
The end results are superb and the car looks as good as new. Excellent job at excellent price. Have taken several cars to Rich over the years and I've always had a perfect job done. The cars have ranged between brand new and 40 years old and the standard is always equally high.
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The number of such offences recorded from February to April reached compared to in the same period last year. Since February , the force has used a different method. Across all the rural beats within Avon and Somerset during those same periods, there was a 5. Getting rid of them also stops the creation of hybrid plants through cross-breeding. British bluebells are under. She said the quality of teaching and the behaviour of the youngsters was good, with staff.
Ms Harvey praised the good relationships between staff and parents and highlighted the range of good quality toys and resources available to the children. Spring clean for Abbotswood shopping precinct TWO police officers and a dozen police cadets joined a team of residents for a spring clean of Abbotswood shopping centre in Yate. Some 30 local people helped with the clear-up, which included litter picking, pulling up weeds and cleaning gulleys.
Garage doors and benches were also painted during the event, grass was cut and flower baskets placed outside a number of shops. Mary Wright, chairwoman. National Armed forces day We are holding a family fun day to raise money for Help for Heroes. From 2pm there will be face painting, games, and candy floss for the kids, a BBQ all day, a great selection of local ciders and cheeses to try and at 4pm live Music from the Peppercorns!
Great day for all the family, all to raise money for help for heros. Fancy dress is optional, but you'll have to donate if you don't! Dogs welcome. The Codrington Arms on North Road is now open all day every day and has recently been refurbished. We offer an exciting new menu created by our excellent chef and his team. And we still serve our fantastic Carvery every sunday! Boasting the best beer garden around complete with kids play area and boule pistes.
Now there is more good news, with a further shop and restaurant moving in, while down the road Yate Shopping Centre is planning events to mark 50 years of trading. It is in the former Farrago fashion shop, vacated when proprietor Alex Newman decided to give up on reaching 25 years of trading. Meanwhile Mexican tapas restaurant Amigos has taken over the premises previously occupied by Italian restaurant Giardino. At Yate Shopping Centre, a programme of events is being finalised for two days of celebrations on August 22 and Over the years it has seen a number of changes but probably none as significant as those of recent times.
Now the town is about to get its long awaited cinema within the new Yate Riverside leisure development, with potential improvement to the retail element next on the list. Crestbridge, which owns the shopping centre, is also looking at further improvements to the residential accommodation within the complex. The programme for that weekend includes a Music Through the Decades event. The popular Wurzels will be the headline act for the Sunday, with support from local bands.
We will be announcing the full line-up of acts once they are finalised. Buying and selling a property is very stressful. However, using Farringtons Estate Agents made the process run as smoothly as possible. Everything was explained in plain english with no jargon from the start.
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Thousands of people are expected to pack a picnic for an annual community get together in Chipping Sodbury. The event takes place in Broad Street on Sunday, June 7, where visitors will be treated to an afternoon of free entertainment. The Big Lunch, part of a national initiative to get neighbours together on the first Sunday of every June, will take on the theme of a traditional British Victory Day street party. Network Rail, which produced a time-lapse film to show the work involved in the project, said the electrification programme would allow a new fleet of longer, faster, quieter and greener electric trains to serve passengers travelling between the Bristol area, London and Cardiff.
Anyone who wants to join in the event should wear suitable footwear and meet at the Shire Way entrance to the woodland in south Yate at 2pm. Details of further events will be announced later. Bristol Samba Band will again return for a show-stopping display and locally-based groups Razzamataz, Yate Star Twirlers and Stapleton School of Dance are among those to perform on a haycart stage.
Youngsters will be invited to take part in a red, white and blue fancy dress competition and a Chipping Sodburythemed photography contest, for under 11s, will be judged on the day by local photographer Rich McDonough. They were among 14 Rotary clubs across Bristol and Gloucestershire to raise funds for a video laryngoscope for the helicopter crews. Blocked or damaged airways are common in trauma victims and the video laryngoscope provides a clear image of any blockages or damage suffered. Their donation has enabled our charity to buy a vital piece of kit.
THE next beat surgeries for Yate are about to be held, giving people the chance to meet local police and raise any problems with them. Officers can also give crime prevention advice to those calling into the sessions. Local families, friends of the school and residents from the wider South Gloucestershire area are invited to take part, with prizes to be awarded to the top three participants and medals presented to everyone who takes part, Anyone interested should register at the school office.
Children under four are free but the route will not be suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs. It is very popular and. Are you bored in your job? Wish you were happier? Want to be inspired? Contact Ursula for a no obligation consultation.
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However, every now and again we receive recognition on a wider stage. What possible object of national importance could Yate Heritage Centre have you may ask? The item in question is a fragment of a Parnall Aircraft works pass, commonplace enough in wartime factories. The pass tells a visual story. Clearly charred, the fragment has evidently been involved in a dramatic event and was obviously affected by the heat of bomb damage within the handbag.
The British Museum was clearly impressed by the historic context of the fragment and how it might enable children to understand the Second World War. It told a clear story of bombing in industrial Britain and also illustrates how female staff were a key feature of most wartime factories. Thus, the fragment, while only small, has enough dramatic history to be included amongst objects such as the Sutton Hoo helmet, the first passenger locomotive and the Bletchley Park enigma machine.
Most museums included in this project are either national or major regional institutions. Firstly, we are indebted to. Susan Tubey and the Town Council for passing on the object to us. Cherry Hubbard receives our greatest admiration for putting together the application for the artefact to be recognised as something of national importance. I must also thank Thelma Bennett herself who made the pass and its story accessible in the public domain and ultimately for future children to discover the dramatic events of World War II.
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Sometimes we have suspicions about what it could be, but most of the time samples will need to be taken to investigate further. One of the tests we routinely perform is a fine needle aspirate FNA. This involves inserting a needle into the lump to draw some cells off for us to smear onto a microscope slide. This slide often gets sent to an external lab for pathologists to examine. The result tells us what type of cells we have aspirated drawn out and gives us an indication as to whether there are any suspicious ones there or not.
This can be useful when deciding whether we need to surgically remove the mass and may also help us plan our surgical approach, as some masses need larger margins of healthy tissue than others when they are removed. Another test would be to biopsy the mass. This can involve taking small sections of the lump to send away or can involve removal of the entire mass, depending on factors such as the size, location and the results of the FNA.
The tissue is sent to the lab for examination and the pathologists can then give us a much clearer idea of what type of mass we are dealing with, which enables us to give you a prognosis and further treatment options if required. Owners can help us to, as a history can be quite important. Things to mention include when you first noticed the mass and whether it has grown at all since you first saw it.
Also does it cause your pet discomfort, are there any other masses we should know about or is your pet unwell at all? You can also help us to find smaller masses by clipping some hair off in the vicinity of the lump at home, as frequently we have owners that struggle to find the lump again when they are here in the consult room!
The best thing to do is to get your pet checked over so that we can discuss the options with you and start treatment if needed! Ring us on if you would like to make an appointment. Sodbury and Yate Business Association next meeting on the 8th of June takes place at Chipping Sodbury Golf Club with the chance to network with other local businesses starting at 5. The full meeting runs from 6pm to 7pm and the group welcomes non-members and new faces.
SYBA is a not-for-profit organisation established in to provide a support network for businesses in the area. If you are interested in joining SYBA, full details can be found at www. You can also call or email linda reddoorcoachingandtraining. Are you looking to open your own business or rAther hAve A frAnchise opportunity with ecigg uk with full trAining And support?
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The music ranges from rock, folk and blues to funk and jazz, with bands appearing on a Glastonbury type stage. The line up this year features: Celestine and her band. Flash Harry will be playing at the Mash for the third year. Their songs range from Irish jigs, blues and rock to strange stories of hamsters. Gates open at 6. A bar and hot food is available. People are asked to bring a picnics and enjoy the evening. The evening will also include favourites from the Proms and will finish with a stunning firework display.
Gates open at 4. Fatman Swings started back in late With a lively brass section, they play a lively set of jump jive, boogie blues and early rock and roll. First Raitt Band play American blues. Caroline Tarbuck sings songs originally performed by Bonnie Raitt. Mad Apple Circus This 9 piece band knock out a serious display of jumping musical. Himalayan balsam grows and spreads along stream and river banks, smothering native plants and causing flooding.
But an event called the Big Pull, organised by South Gloucestershire Council, will help get rid of at least some of the troublesome plant by pulling it up. A similar event last year resulted in more than volunteers helping to clear a metre stretch of the River Frome. Anyone who wants to get involved should turn up for one or more of three Saturday sessions on June 6, July 25 or August 8.
Each event runs from 10am-1pm, with volunteers asked to meet at the far end of Celestine Road. Free snacks and refreshments will be provided and helpers should wear weatherproof clothing and strong footwear. Equipment and guidance will be supplied. Students from Chipping Sodbury School have been offered the opportunity to try a more unconventional way of preparing for their exams.
With exam season in full swing, it is a particularly stressful. Students have participated in flowing yoga postures, stressbusting breathing techniques and deep relaxation that are aimed to help release stress and tension in the body and mind, leaving the students feeling relaxed and motivated.
Local yoga teacher, Nazama Tague, from Yoga-in volunteered her time to teach the students. Funded by Sodbury Town Council, the sessions will be open to youngsters of primary school age, with priority given to those living in the town and neighbouring Old Sodbury. Activities have been planned. Each session will run from 9. Relay for Life will also give those affected by cancer the chance to light a candle in memory of friends and relatives who have died of the disease.
Teams of walkers of all ages and level of fitness can get involved, with groups of up to 15 people able to sign up for the challenge. Participants are asked to raise as much money as possible ahead of the relay by organising events such as quiz nights and supermarket bag-packing sessions, as well as getting donations and sponsorship. At the relay, team members will take it in turns to walk around the athletics track while a programme of activities keeps others entertained when they are not resting, eating or sleeping in tents.
The event is due to start at noon on the Saturday and as dusk falls that evening, a Candle of Hope ceremony will see candles placed around the track with messages remembering people who have died of cancer. Helene Craddock, chairwoman of the organising. Taking part in Yate Relay for Life is a positive way to be part of the local community and help make a real difference in the fight against the disease. Similar relays are held in 20 countries, with the original established in the USA to support.
American cancer research. More details about the Yate relay are available on the website yaterelayforlife. Choir to celebrate their 20th Anniversary with musical extravaganza Fascinating Rhythm is 20 this month, and to mark the milestone the singers are staging a spectacular show. Chloe Roberts brings us up to date with the preparations. Our 58 strong all female chorus are busy rehearsing for a big celebration this month. We know many of you out there support us so we are determined to have some fresh new songs in our repertoire.
There will be a matinee performance at 2. Our inhouse groups will be on the bill as well as our younger contingent - Junior FR. Please contact WendyHowse hotmail. We still rehearse on a Thursday night from 7. Every Friday Night We are now hosting a regular Bistro evening, on a Friday evening from 6pm, showcasing the best in British dishes. Using locally sourced ingredients, our evolving menu is homemade and pitched at good honest prices.
Come along and make yourself welcome! If you think you might be interested in joining us, you are always welcome to come along to a rehearsal to find out more about us, but please note we now have a waiting list, unless you are a bass. How low can you go? Contact margaret robinthewood. Mr Brimble, 76, became the 50th resident of Merlin Housing Society to move house during the scheme that will eventually see the redevelopment of homes by the Chipping Sodbury-based association.
They are being replaced with up to modern, energy efficient premises - but only once the people living in the old ones have a new roof over their heads. Mr Brimble had lived in one of four Merlin bungalows in Nibley Lane for nearly ten years, was settled in the village and took great pride in his garden.
But as the bungalows were in a poor condition, they were highlighted for redevelopment. Mr Brimble admitted he was anxious when he was first told about the move but project housing officer Sarah Durbin found a bungalow in Chipping Sodbury for him.
As soon as I walked in the front door I was hit by this strong, damp, musty smell. Meanwhile building work on its first site in Coalpit Heath is due to start in June. It has been a great. Firstly, I would like to take this opportunity to thank my predecessor: Steve Webb, for his service to this constituency over the years - I have big shoes to fill, but I will be working as hard as I can for our community and hitting the ground running.
It has been a very busy first few days. I have been setting up a drop-in constituency office in the local area which people can visit without having to make an appointment - I want to be as accessible locally as possible and I hope this will start to demonstrate that. I have held my first constituency surgery and met with the Yate and Sodbury Marie Curie Fundraising Group to support their local efforts.
I have also starting work. It can be hugely dispiriting if you receive email after email telling you that your job application has been unsuccessful, and I hope that these Jobs Fairs, where people can speak to employers face to face will help change that locally. I will put the date on my website as soon as it is confirmed. I have found my first days to be faced paced, busy and rewarding, but above anything else, I want to serve my community — South Gloucestershire is my home.
If there is ever anything I can help with, please do not hesitate to get in touch: luke. The staff was great, the dinner was excellent, and blimey, the dessert hostess was phenomenal! The atmosphere was cozy and we left feeling very satisfied! We will definitely ring this Bell again! A record number of vintage classic and rare models are taking part in the 20th running of the Chipping Sodbury Classic Car Run on Sunday 28th June.
Corporate rates are available upon request. For booking details, please visit our website. Music society tuned up and ready to go into new season AS one successful season ends, another has already been planned by Chipping Sodbury Music Society. Seven concerts featuring mainly locally-based artists will make up the season, starting with the Roaring Fork Quintet.
The musicians will be making a return visit to the town by popular demand to play music for woodwind instruments and the French horn. Their performance on October 13 will launch the 68th season of the society, which started life in the s as the Downleaze Music Club. Each season runs from October to May, with concerts. After the opening event, audiences can then look ahead to November 10 when the Antara Flute and Harp Duo, sponsored by the Countess of Munster Musical Trust, has been booked.
The annual Bristol to Bordeaux challenge sees a team of 60 riders from across the UK, cycle over a period of four days. The Bristol-based organisation survives by generating its own funds through sporting events such as the bike ride and via social enterprises like sign making, printing and farm based activity. Organisers are looking to fill the remaining places in the ride, which leaves Bristol Temple. For further information and to sign up to the ride, visit www.
The Ten Tors challenge rightly holds a fearsome reputation for young people preparing to tackle the tough terrain of deepest Dartmoor. A weekend of walking in often wild weather with little sleep can be a tough call. The Army organises the challenge, designed to test the navigation skills, team work and stamina of 14 to 19 year olds, from Okehampton Camp on the edge of Dartmoor.
For the six team members of the Cotswold Edge Zeus Explorers - Patrick Goddard Captain , Izzy Hawker, Louis Jackson, Gareth Jones, Tom Howell and Joshua Ovens the challenge began back in November last year, when training started with practice hikes in the snow, first aid courses and learning navigation skills to ensure the team would have the necessary skills to survive the harsh environment of Dartmoor, whilst carrying all their equipment and supplies required for up to 48 hours on the moor.
The weekend itself started. The team arrived late morning at a breezy Okehampton camp ready for their stringent kit check, health and safety briefing, route planning and overnight stay under canvas, before the challenge started at 7am on Saturday. The sun shone during the final preparations but the weather soon turned to get the team properly wet before they started!
With bacon rolls in their bellies and carrying all their kit for up to 48 hours on the moor the team left the camp for the start line. By 7am over 2, teenagers in teams of six were gathered at the start point along with hundreds of spectators on the edge of Dartmoor.
Two Sea King helicopters swooped in, bringing the cannon crews, who jumped out down a rope! A countdown from 10, the cannons were fired, and the teams were off on the challenge. The weather improved throughout the day, giving a glorious afternoon and evening.
The Zeus Explorers reached Tor six by the end of day one, on target for their overnight camp and completion by the 5pm. After another very early start on the Sunday morning, the team made good progress and used their training and determination to arrive at the finish line at After a well deserved pasty, the team members were presented with their individual medals and team certificate in front of a wall of cameras.
Cotswold Edge Zeus Explorer Scouts were the 3rd team to finish out of 17 on the same route. Zeus Explorer Scout Unit is open to everyone aged 14 to For more information, please call the Leader Chris Harris on My powerful truck mounted machine gives a deep-down clean leaving a fantastic result on carpets and upholstery every time!
I guarantee it. Call or www. YATE Tuesday 5. He plans to move back to the area very shortly. A set of keys that have been the basis of unending discussion and debate over the centuries including recent times. The term Number Ten, of course, has a very clear and definite identity for most people in the U. In my case the keys to number ten were being handed back to the owner of a local hotel in Chipping Sodbury recently. Room number 10 has a very special view over the gardens at the back of the property.
However, I did want to share with you all the significance of keys in a day and age when security, coded entrance to into many things and key steps in our life and lifestyle are so important. During a visit to South America a few years ago I spent some time in Guyana in order to.
My visits linked me to a Guyanese couple named Oslen and Sheila living in Georgetown their capital. A good many years ago a local person made it possible for them both to pursue their desired careers at a very high and almost unheard of level for Guyanese young adults. They studied diligently, shared a lot of special experiences together in London and then returned home. Given time Sheila made an amazing difference in Georgetown. There is a key person or people in this great and true story.
Namely, whoever made it happen! Oslen and Sheila were committed Christians. Everyone reading this can, I believe, hold the key to many situations in their daily lives. The influence, the practical support, the longer-term cares that people around us need. Looking back I can see that God holds the key to all unknown and I am glad. Because of this God is waiting to use me, and you to unlock new ways forward for our own loved ones, our neighbours and friends plus other people around us in His world.
We do not have to be elected to engage in this, just remain open to His leading and guiding day by day. For the past five years he had also been the highly regarded pensions minister in the coalition government. Ame mbe ro ft h e A sso c iat io no fBrit ishI nsure rs.
THE final stage in the upgrading of the Witches Hat play area in Yate has been completed with the opening of a skatepark and addition of play equipment. Ahead of the finishing touches being added, users of the play area took part in a workshop that taught them how to use traditional woodland tools.
The youngsters were shown how to shave wood and create ladder rungs for one of the play features at the site. The workshop was organised by Yate Town Council and run by Touchwood, the suppliers of the play equipment. It will be the first time an event for the Festival has been held in Old Sodbury with 9 gardens and Landcare Nursery open from 2pm to 5.
Sunday will also feature a photographic display; music from ukuleles and a band playing and. To book in advance contact Pauline Wilson on or email r. Long-lasting Syllabub. June heralds the beginning of summer, with all the lovely soft fruits and berries. This is my kind of recipe, make it in advance and then enjoy a glass of Pimms with your guests before you serve this luscious summer dessert.
For best flavour do make sure that you remember to do the first stage of dissolving the sugar into the wine the night before. It will keep for up to 3 days in the fridge, but for maximum flavour eat by the next day. NB: making the first stage of dissolving the sugar into the wine etc is best done if possible the night before, but if you forget, a few hours will be OK Makes small individual glasses.
Each tour will start at 5. Spaces are limited and must be booked in advance by emailing streetcare southglos. Children must be accompanied by an adult. For the syllabub, place the dessert wine, brandy, lemon zest and juice and sugar in a small bowl and stir until the sugar has dissolved. When you move - if you want to meet some new people and be shown around our fair town let me know as I'm part of a group for Bristol newbies!
Thanks people. Just the info I needed. I'll avoid Filton with my Scooby if car crime is high Anything else I should know? I've been working in the city center for a while so I know that area but working and living there are two vastly different things.
Hello, I'm having to move to the Bristol area due to work so I want to know what areas are nice places to live. Any good ones I should know of? Is Filton and area to avoid? I see the big runway but don't know if it is used that often.
Any suggestions are welcome. HearmeROAR posts months. JamesZS posts months. King Edwards is a 'hard' school - some think of it as an exam factory, but excellent academic and sporting reputation. Chip Hazard 9, posts months. Another one here who moved to Bristol from a deadwater, in my case it was Yeovil.
No-one has posted anything amiss except maybe Kingswood being rubbished earlier. I've lived here nine years now, the last seven of which have been spent in Kingswood. It's not too bad a place and handy for everywhere to the south and east that I need football team, children, work in London occasionally. Yate is a good suggestion but some of the places in the south of the city Hartcliffe, Bishopsworth, Knowle West and some suburbs off the M32 Eastville, St Pauls, Easton and St Werburghs are well worth avoiding.
Schools wise, The Ridings at Winterbourne is a good school and there's another one in the south of the city, a Catholic one I think, that's well rated. I believe its St Bernadettes in Whitchurch Good luck. Edited by Chip Hazard on Tuesday 6th May Six Fiend 6, posts months. I've lived here all my life 37 years.
It also has the Westbury 8, the local pub crawl! Yes, that's 8 pubs!!! Easy bus routes into town and a few minutes from the motorways. Bristol Grammar School off The Triangle in Clifton is a fine place, lots of investment gone on there since my day and now has class leading facilities. Always fresh intake for 6th form. It's also on a direct bus route from W-o-T. All areas have crime issues, some worse than others.
Just have to use comon sense. Edited by Six Fiend on Tuesday 6th May Chrispy Porker 15, posts months. Bristol Grammar School is a fine place, lots of investment gone on there since my day and now has class leading facilities. It's also on a direct bus route form W-o-T. I lived in Brislington for about 5 years and I thinks its one of the okay'ish places but dude, dont even move there - its s t and they talk funny. Bath is lovely, but getting between there and Bristol during the rushhours etc is pretty stressful.
Traffic in Bath city center is really bad at rush hour. Steep hills and stop start traffic make for a pain in the ass.
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