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Mark Crutchley, Director of the Circadian Trust, a social enterprise that delivers sport and leisure facilities in partnership with South Gloucestershire Council, has been shortlisted for the Institute of Directors (IoD) South West regional Director of the Year Awards.
Mark has been at the helm of the Circadian Trust since it was established just over ten years ago. Today it operates seven Active Leisure Centres in Thornbury, Bradley Stoke, Yate, Longwell Green, Kingswood, Patchway and Downend.
Organisers of the Saddleback Sodbury Sportive are calling for entries for the 2016 event that takes place on the 21 August. In just three years the cycling spectacular has raised tens of thousands of pounds for charity and organisers hope that this year's Sportive will break its previous record for riders entered and profit made.
Chipping Sodbury is rolling out the red carpet to celebrate The Queen’s 90th birthday... Organisers of the town’s now annual Big Lunch event, a traditional street party where residents are invited to bring their own lunch and enjoy free entertainment, are preparing to mark Her Majesty’s milestone anniversary with a day of patriotic celebrations.
Children are invited to create crowns to bring to the event in Broad Street on Sunday, June 5 (12-6pm) where they can show off their regal headwear on a red carpet.
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