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The Voice talks to Valley Fest founder and South Bristol butcher Luke Hasell

LUKE HASELL doesn’t live in South Bristol – but he  wants to have an impact here. Luke is a farmer, based at Herons Green Farm in the Chew Valley, but for many years he’s been a part of the Bristol food scene. .. Read More


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Bees settle in atop the Tobacco Factory

Voice nature writer Alex Morss ventures to the roof of the Tobacco Factory to find out what all the buzzing's about.. Read More


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Long-serving head waves goodbye

Sandie Smith kept school's Good Ofsted rating while leading it through a major expansion.. Read More


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Fun in the tropical garden of Knowle

THE SUMMER fair at Redcatch Community Garden on July 15 attracted a big crowd, keen to sample the home-grown produce and arts, crafts and food stalls. .. Read More


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Meet the new vicar at St Michael's, Windmill Hill

PEOPLE in Windmill Hall are getting to know their the new vicar – – Rev Michael Doarks, priest-in-charge of St Michaels & All Angels church... Read More


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BBC's Emma Britton persuades men to open up about their health in South Bristol

GETTING men to talk about their health has never been easy – but Emma Britton from BBC Radio Bristol persuaded two South Bristol men to open up about their experience of living with diabetes. .. Read More


June 20 2018

Letters: The Vale: Threat to Somerset villages, high rises, and a Wild West for developers

Letters: The Vale: Threat to Somerset villages, high rises, and a Wild West for developers.. Read More


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Skyline walk across South Bristol attracts visitors from far afield

SMARTPHONE users can use their phones to follow the Bristol Skyline walk, a waymarked route to some of the best views in South Bristol, through parks including Northern Slopes and Perrett’s Park. .. Read More


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A book of women boasting begun by Totterdown poet proves a huge successg

Women boasting? That can’t be right! But a book of poetry on the theme of women shouting about their achievements has been such a success, enough money has been raised to get it into more than 200 schools. .. Read More


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Overwhelmed by wellwishers – Knowle's favourite newsagents retire

PETER and Judy Read, who have run Broadwalk News in Knowle for more than 25 years, have sold the shop in order to retire. .. Read More