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This month on MyYate there's a chance to win two complimentary seats at a Flower Demonstration Evening.
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Spring into Summer at Wetherspoon, with a new menu, 14 new drinks and 13 new dishes. Click below to find out more...
Trading Standards are warning us to be extra vigilant when dealing with unexpected callers at the front door.
Officers are aware that rogue traders are currently operating in the Yate and Frampton Cotterell areas and are offering to buy gold or jewellery or carry out, amongst other things, paving, roofing and gardening work.
If you think you or someone you know may have been targeted, please contact senior Trading Standards enforcement officer Neil Derrick on 01454 864565 or 07801 200104 as soon as possible.
Yate Shopping Centre Manager Andy Lowrey has signed up for a cycle ride from Bristol to Paris during April 2017. All money raised through this challenge will go to the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children's Major Trauma and Rehabilitation Unit. If you'd like to support Andy, your donation will benefit hundreds of children from across the South West suffering from traumatic brain injuries, brain tumors, epilepsy and cerebral palsy. Click below to find out more...
Latest news from the Gazette:
• UPDATED: Lorry fire on M5 motorway between Thornbury and Stroud sees hundreds of cars stranded in queues
• GAZETTE THROUGH THE YEARS: Fears for safety in a narrow road
• Football fans from Gloucestershire, South Gloucestershire and Bristol ready for charity ride to London
• DISCOVER SERIES: Chipping Sodbury is a picture perfect market town
• GAZETTE THROUGH THE YEARS: March 1997 to March 2007
Latest items from BBC News:
• London attack: Man, 30, arrested in Birmingham
• Drone video shows Merseyside blast destruction
• Childhood obesity: Cut unhealthy food multi-buy offers - MPs
• NHS bosses 'spent half of extra Autumn Statement cash on outside services'
• Russia protests: Opposition leader Navalny and hundreds others arrested