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Stonehenge Sightseeing Tours

Sightseeing Stonehenge First visit of the year to Stonehenge, also the first visit to the new visitor centre.   Looks great, lots of information available along with a shop and cafe. Still painfully expensive way to spend less than two hours but better than what went before.

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Bristol – Bath traffic disruption

Drivers continue to face disruption travelling from Bristol to Bath, as engineers work to reopen a major route into the city – but the Bristol to Bath cycle path has reopened. Kelston Road was shut on Monday lunchtime because of continued subsidence which had de-stablised the route

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Sneyd Park – Roundabout

An unusual patch of green space in Bristol has won town green status to protect it from development. The small grassy area is known as the Green on the Roundabout and is in the middle of the road in a Sneyd Park cul-de-sac. People who live in

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M4/M5 – Almondsbury

A SERIES of closures will affect drivers using the M5 from tonight. They are to allow work on part of the Highways Agency’s Smart Motorways Scheme which will see temporary speed limit signs, speed cameras and hard-shoulder driving at peak hours introduced on the motorway. The first

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Almondsbury update

A SERIES of closures will affect drivers using the M5 from tonight. They are to allow work on part of the Highways Agency’s Smart Motorways Scheme which will see temporary speed limit signs, speed cameras and hard-shoulder driving at peak hours introduced on the motorway. The first

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Friday blues on the M32

TRAFFIC heading out of the city on the M32 is being held up because of an accident at the Hambrook junction with the Avon Ring Road. Police say one lane of the exit slip road at the junction is closed because of an accident involving five vehicles.

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Wet roads

It’s still very wet in Bristol, big puddles and lots of spray. Take care on the roads

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Future is looking better

More than half of South West businesses are heading into the New Year with renewed optimism and are looking to invest and take risks, according to a new study. The Marketing Confidence Monitor, run by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and Bloomberg, reported the region had

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Stay safe

UPDATE 8.30PM: The Environment Agency has issued the following flood warnings for Bristol and South Gloucestershire: *Shirehampton – Nibley Road, Station Road and Wellington Mews areas *Severn Beach – seafront properties and properties behind the seafront *Sharpness to Oldbury-on-Severn – Shepperdine, Oldbury Power Station, Clapton, Hill and

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Bristol, future looking good!

SPEAKER’S CORNER: As the mood of business becomes more optimistic, James Durie, executive director for Bristol Chamber of Commerce and Initiative at Business West, maps out how our city can share in the growth that everyone is predicting for 2014. IT HAS been a tough five years,

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