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Curo backs dementia research campaign

Housing and support organisation, Curo, encouraged local people to join the fight against dementia at a special event being held at the Curo Memory Café in Peasedown St John last Thursday.

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Hats at the ready as Goldies launches charity shop

Hats at the ready as Goldies launches charity shop

The Westfield-based Golden Oldies charity, which brightens the lives of hundreds of older, lonely and isolated people across England and Wales, is getting ready to launch its first charity shop in Keynsham High Street – but it needs your help to fill it! in Charity

Tales from Calais: Radstock couple share human story of crisis

Tales from Calais: Radstock couple share human story of crisis

Deeply touched by the plight of refugees fleeing war-torn countries and the growing migrant crisis in Europe, Radstock couple, Helen and Simon Allen, decided that rather than hearing, reading or watching stories, that they would travel to and see for themselves, what is now known as the Calais jungle, a makeshift camp or no man’s land, where refugees have found themselves stranded after making perilous journeys to come as far as they have – many losing family members crossing seas and experiencing extreme trauma from events in their homelands. in Local People

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Rovers out on penalties in Quarter-Final against Merthyr

Quarter-Final Red Insure (Southern League) Cup

MERTHYR TOWN 0 v 0 PAULTON ROVERS (Merthyr win 5–3 on penalties)

Paulton battled hard on the 3G pitch at Merthyr on Tuesday evening, and right back, Steve Williams, the host’s former Captain, who moved to Paulton last year, was Man of the Match against his former team mates. in Football

Norton Hill through to Quarter-Finals!

Norton Hill through to Quarter-Finals!

Norton Hill’s Year 11 Football side are through to the last eight in the country in the Premier League Schools’ Cup and now face a trip to Brighton to play Dorothy Stringer in the Quarter-Finals. in Football

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