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Make the world better with a sweater!

Make the world better with a sweater!

On December 14th make sure to wear your ugliest Christmas jumper to school or work for Christmas Jumper Day! In case you don’t know – Christmas Jumper Day is an annual event that helps raise money for Save the Children. It’s basically a celebration of ugly Christmas themed jumpers, while also helping fundraise for a… Read More…

Rail fares to rise in the new year

Rail fares to rise in the new year

The Rail Delivery Group has said that UK rail fares will rise by 3.1% in January. This could amount to hundreds of pounds being added to commuters’ annual travel and follows from a fare rise at the beginning of this year. Regular rail passengers have demanded a freeze after widespread disruption over this year after… Read More…

Consultation launched over TV licence fee

Consultation launched over TV licence fee

The BBC has launched a consultation to decide how licence fees for over-75s should be paid for. Currently, over-75s don’t pay for their TV licences, as they are financed by a government scheme, though this is due to end in 2020. According to the BBC, the cost of free licences to the over-75s will total… Read More…

Christmas at the Palace

Christmas at the Palace

Following the success of last year’s inaugural Christmas event at The Bishop’s Palace, this December, the Palace will once again be celebrating the joy and magic of the season with a wonderful fortnight of festivities! The historic rooms of the Palace buildings will each be decorated in a different theme, with a roaring fire in… Read More…

Santa’s Grand Pier grotto to open early for autistic children

Santa’s Grand Pier grotto to open early for autistic children

Autistic children who want to meet Santa and tell him what they want for Christmas will be able to in a much more welcoming environment for them at Weston-super-Mare’s Grand Pier. Santa will be opening his traditional grotto at the seafront attraction on Saturday 1 December and will be there every Saturday and Sunday in… Read More…

How do touchscreens affect toddlers’ play?

How do touchscreens affect toddlers’ play?

Local toddlers are being sought for a new research project looking into how touchscreens affect young children’s play, learning, and social skills. Dr Elena Hoicka, a Senior Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Bristol, is inviting parents to bring their two or three-year-olds into the University to take part in a… Read More…

Proposals unveiled for Love our High Streets

Proposals unveiled for Love our High Streets

Proposals to give local high streets a boost through the proposed £10m Love our High Streets project will be discussed at the next meeting of the West of England Combined Authority (WECA) in Kingswood Civic Centre on Friday 30 November, at 10.30am. The WECA Committee will discuss establishing a West of England Love our High… Read More…

Winter Wonderland at Puxton Park

Winter Wonderland at Puxton Park

Santa’s Grotto Opening 1st December This Christmas, Santa, Mrs. Claus and the elves are returning to Puxton Park’s Winter Wonderland. Santa’s Grotto will be opening on the 1st December. All of the park’s visitors are invited to enjoy their new “Cosy Cottage” and events room, free with admission price. This is where all of the children… Read More…

Merlin Christmas Show: The Nutcracker

Merlin Christmas Show: The Nutcracker

Tradition and joy are at the top of the Christmas list for the Merlin theatre this year as they produce their annual seasonal show which this year is the very beautiful story of The Nutcracker. Theatre Director, Claudia Pepler tells us “Our favourite phrase this year is ‘ditch the tat!’.  We’ve coined it here to… Read More…

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