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Bring on the Wall! It’s no match for John Reynolds

Fresh from his 206-mile challenge back in March, which culminated in the Bath Half Marathon, Radstock runner, John Reynolds, has been back out on the road again, this time as part of his series of Coast to Coast challenges.

On Good Friday, Joh... read on

Over a year after the Sainsbury’s planning application at the CFH site was turned down by B&NES Council, Westfield Parish Councillor, Sue Hamilton, has called on the local authority to rethink the retail strategy for the area, asking for further consideration to be given towards a supermarket or similar retail opportunity for Westfield in future. read on...
Ever since the first series of the BBC’s hit series, The Great British Bake Off, people of all ages have been lured back to the kitchen to try their hand at baking. read on...
As The Journal was being collected from the printers last Wednesday morning, news broke that the Government had rejected the call-in request for the NRR planning application, which had been granted permission by B&NES at the end of January. read on...
The next meeting of Radstock Town Council on Monday, 28th April will see a discussion on the proposal by B&NES Council to move the library into the Co-op. read on...

Sport

Student Orienteers for England Team

At the end of March, Norton Hill School student, Zac Hudd, in Year 9, represented England as part of the team ‘Orienteering England’.

He travelled with the team for an annual weekend contest, ... read on

Paulton came back from Evesham United last Saturday snatching victory in the ninetieth minute. On the first-half chances, however, they should have be... read on
Midsomer Norton Cricket Club got the 2014 season off to a winning start in a friendly at Frome last weekend.

Electing to bat first on a pitch ... read on


On Good Friday, Welton travelled to Trowbridge Road in good form, having run promoted Shepton Mallet all the way in a 1–1 draw just six days earlier... read on
Following Norton blowing hot and cold in the last couple of games, drawing with high flyers Keynsham and losing to also struggling Cirencester, Norton... read on

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