THERE are three chances to get involved in amateur dramatics over the next few weeks as Dursley Operatic and Dramatic Society continues its busy Diamond Anniversary season.
THE organisers of a wedding fair in Chipping Sodbury next month are not only hoping to sell plenty of marriage memorabilia – they are also appealing for donations to help terminally ill brides-to-be.
ZOE BARNETT hit four goals as Thornbury crushed Avonmouth.
Horrendous weather – a wretched forecast – a snow bound New Lawn, but I still went to Lincoln. Of course I was not the only hero – thirty five others made the journey as well and what a fine reward – three precious promotion points.
FOREST Green boss David Hockaday has taken his foot off the gas as he drives an electric dream to the Blue Square Premier title.
CUSTOMERS are being urged to use or lose a community café in Yate.
BARGAIN hunters will be able to peruse the shelves at a new reuse shop, Revive, at the Thornbury SORT IT! centre.
THEATREGOERS in Thornbury will be able to buy tickets to performances around the clock via a new 24/7 online box office.
A CARETAKER from Yate is preparing to put down his bunch of keys and pick up a rucksack as he travels to Africa as his school’s ambassador.
YATE TOWN picked up from where they left off before the unscheduled winter break by securing their sixth consecutive win against lowly Taunton.
TWO cyclists riding a tandem were killed in a hit-and-run in Hanham yesterday afternoon.