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Saturday 25th October 2014

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Press Release on Cyclist Protest Ride tomorrow at Aztec West

How Many Dead Cyclists Does It Take To Get South Glos To Change Its Mind? Cyclists will be taking part in a protest ride at the junction of the A38 […]

Launch of Poppy Appeal this Friday at Parkway Station

Stoke Gifford branch of the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal launch is being held on 24th October at Parkway Station at 2pm. Members of the Royal British Legion Riders’ Branch […]

BSpoke16 – Local Art for Local People

BSpoke16 – Local Art for Local People

Art trails have sprung up all over Bristol and they have successfully put communities in touch with creative people locally, but so far not in this area.  As a response […]

Winterbourne International Academy Press Release: Talented Students Achieve Arts Award

Winterbourne International Academy Press Release:  Talented Students Achieve Arts Award

Nine talented arts students at Winterbourne International Academy have achieved 100% pass rate in an Arts Award managed by Trinity College London in association with Arts Council England. It was the first […]

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Saturday 25th October

10:00 Creation Station Crafty Saturday - The Stokes Youth Centre, Little Stoke

10:30 Concert with Northavon Singers - Filton Library

10:30 Northavon Singers - Filton Library

14:00 Short Story Writing - Bradley Stoke Library

Sunday 26th October

8:30 Severnside Ramblers - Castle Combe, Ford & Slaughterford - Meet at Aztec West

Tuesday 28th October

9:30 Rhymetime - Winterbourne Library

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