Latest News Entries
- Community Centre Quiz Night
- Easter Holiday Family Activity Day
- Clarken Coombe road works in February
- New Parish Councillor
- New Volunteer Group for Cyclists?
- Community Payback working well
- Police Commissioner elections
- Coop Car Park
- Better image of Golf Club path changes
- Long Ashton Beer Festival Cancelled
- Ashton Vale Inquiry put back until October 2013
- BCC to pay £58,196 in costs to SAVE
- BCC U-turn on Ashton Vale again?
- BCC drop their Ashton Vale defence
- Steve Lansdown protests
- Judge rules that JR can go ahead
- Police confirm intimidation of JR applicant
- Accusations of bribery in the Judicial Review case
- 68% support the town green?
- Why did Mr Anonymous turn?
- Cycle Path work to start on the 15th October
- South side cycle path approved by NS
- We are in the paper
- South Side Cycle Path Winning!
- Parish Chairman resigns from Connect 2
- Cycle Path Safety Discussion
- Festival Way decision & timing
- Festival Way route westward
- Work starting on Festival Way
- Cycle path: two steps forward, one step back
Long Ashton, Wraxall, Failand and the surrounding areas are a fantastic place to live. We have vibrant, friendly communities set in beautiful countryside. But our villages are under seige from the Bristol sprawl. Congestion is already a huge problem at peak times, and further building projects will only make it worse.
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The National Grid is intending to construct a massive 400,000 volt overhead line from Bridgwater to Avonmouth to connect the Hinckley Point nuclear power station with the Avonmouth substation. They plan to run this either to the west of Nailsea or between Wraxall and Nailsea. Instead of building ugly overhead pylons we should take the [...]
The coalition Government will begin a ‘consultation’ this week about privatising our woodland. They initially announced an intention to sell off 15% of the nationally owned woods, but that is expected to increase significantly. The Scottish and Welsh administrations have both already refused to take part and they manage 75% of Britain’s woodland, leaving just [...]