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Singers are being offered the opportunity to take part in a new event at this year’s Sodbury Jazz & Blues Festival.
On Sunday 8th June, St John the Baptist Church in Chipping Sodbury will contribute for the first time with a special Jazz Mass at which the Bishop of Tewkesbury will preside and preach. Click below for details.
South Gloucestershire Library service is looking for volunteers to help children do the Summer Reading Challenge 2014. The theme this year is Mythical Maze and children are challenged to read six books to collect their very own medal and certificate. Click below for more information on how to get involved.
If you're looking for an alternative gift for a loved one this Easter, then look no further than Blue Samovar - Chipping Sodbury's very own tea company. They've created a unique Tea-ster Egg - Chocolate Paradise tea encased in a gorgeous Faberge-style keepsake egg, wrapped in a gold organza bag. Click below to find out more
Thank you – that’s the message from the Lions Club of Chipping Sodbury following an amazing response to this year’s Great Daffodil Appeal. In partnership with Marie Curie, members of the Lions Club collected all day and late in to the night at Tesco in Yate.
Lions Club president, Keith Lawrence, says: 'Thanks to the generosity of local people we raised £1,800 to help provide free local nursing care to terminally ill patients in their own homes and Marie Curie hospices.'
Sodbury Players' Spring production of The Taming of the Shrew is now booking. It's one of Shakespeare's earliest comedies and also one of his most controversial and often adapted plays. Click below to find out more...
When it comes to fashion we really are quite spoilt in this area with every high street brand upon our doorstep. Marie-Louise Coster from All About Mi has checked out this year's trends for us from Bristol Fashion Week. Click below to find out what you'll be wearing...
Tickets for the South Cotswold Beer and Music Festival on 11th and 12th July are now on sale. This annual charity fundraising event, organised and run by Yate Rotary Club, is now in its 19th year, and promises to be the best one yet.
Tickets are available from the Chipping Sodbury Tourist Information Centre, and Meredith’s, Yate Shopping Centre. You can also order by post and apply for free camping passes. Click below for more information.
The welcome arrival of April is sure to cure the blues, so click below to find out how to enjoy Spring with poetic advice from Chipping Sodbury's Moda House.
Diana Rudge is in the process of downsizing and de-cluttering, and would like to dispose of her Reflecta Diamotor slide projector 2506 AF IR, Reflect Lux scroll screen, and projector stand. If you are interested, please contact her.
We're being warned to be extra vigilant when dealing with unexpected callers at the front door. Trading Standards are aware of rogue traders recently offering services such as driveway resurfacing/sealing/cleaning and tree and hedge maintenance. Damage from winter storms, such as fallen fence panels or trees, may give rogue traders a plausible excuse to knock on your door.
If you think you or someone you know has fallen victim, please contact Trading Standards through the Citizens Advice consumer helpline on 08454 040506.
Relay will be back on the 5-6th July at Yate Outdoor Sports Complex. Sign up now and take part in Yate Relay and help raise more money for Cancer Research UK. Click below for more information.
The South Gloucestershire Big Spring Clean 2014 will run from 1 March – 30 April, and everyone is encouraged to join in. Friends, families, neighbours, parish and town councils, community and voluntary groups, church groups, schools, students, youth clubs, scouts, cadets, brownies, guides, and businesses are all invited to take action against litter. Click below to read more...
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