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Acton Court is said to be the most authentic Tudor building in England. The remaining East wing was built especially for a visit by Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn in 1535.
Access is with a professional guide only, and groups can book now for summer 2016 tours of the house and grounds. Click below to find out more...
Flu vaccinations are available for free across South Gloucestershire to all vulnerable groups including people aged 65 or over, pregnant women, those with long-term conditions and children aged two, three and four years old. People living in long-stay residential homes and children of school years 1 and 2 are also eligible for the vaccination.
As well as being available from your local GP, this year free flu jabs for vulnerable groups are also available from community pharmacies through the NHS.
For more information click below...
Yate's Codrington Arms pub is celebrating after winning the coveted slot of the Bristol Evening Post's Pub of the Week, after just a year under new management. Mark Taylor selected the Codrington Arms because it has 'established itself as a place for locals as much as a food destination in its own right'. Click below to read more...
Latest news from the Gazette:
• Yate mum and daughter take the plunge in Willow Tree Centre swimathon
• Big Lunch gives the elderly in Chipping Sodbury a Christmas to remember
• Garage evacuated after fire on forecourt
• Body found in Bristol harbour
• Police appeal after woman sexually assaulted near M32 underpass
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