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  1. Comic Ben back on Cromer Pier stage this summerRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Eastern Daily Press

    The comedian, physical comic performer and scriptwriter, who lives in Norfolk, is back for his second appearance - after a debut in 2012. BL - I believe my first performance was when I did a rap and breakdance for my entertainment badge at cub camp.

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  2. CRICKET: Old Down's Rouse does the damage with bat and ballRead the original story

    Wednesday May 6 | Gazette Series

    Bristol and District League Old Down 1sts v Nailsea 1sts WHILE miserable conditions made life difficult in the early part of the game, both sides helped by the umpires, battled on through light drizzle and bad light to make an exciting match out of a wintry prospect. Batting first, Old Down openers, George Williams and Jordan Rouse displayed a good range of attacking shots, although the departure of the former brought seventeen year old newcomer, Ben Hopkins, to the crease, where he showed his promise in collecting a stylish 23 runs.

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  3. FOOTBALL: Burnham United FC to host cup finals on SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News

    IT'S going to be a festival of football at Burnham United on Saturday as it hosts two cup finals in one day. The Bay Club hosts the Davis Shield final at 11.30am, between Hutton reserves and Westend Reserves - before staging the Challenge Cup final between Banwell Reserves and KVFC at 3.30pm.

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  4. Budleigh Croquet Club deliver another superb May tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Midweek Herald

    Budleigh Salterton Croquet Club welcomed no fewer than forty five competitors to its annual May tournament last week, writes Elaine Marsh. Many were local members from Budleigh and Sidmouth, but others came from as far afield as Southport, Bath, Bristol, Worcester, Nailsea, Bowden, Cheltenham and Hurlingham.

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  5. Budleigh Croquet Club deliver another superb May tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Sidmouth Herald

    Budleigh Salterton Croquet Club welcomed no fewer than forty five competitors to its annual May tournament last week, writes Elaine Marsh. Many were local members from Budleigh and Sidmouth, but others came from as far afield as Southport, Bath, Bristol, Worcester, Nailsea, Bowden, Cheltenham and Hurlingham.

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  6. CRICKET: Old Down's Rouse does the damage with bat and ballRead the original story

    Wednesday May 6 | Gazette Series

    Bristol and District League Old Down 1sts v Nailsea 1sts WHILE miserable conditions made life difficult in the early part of the game, both sides helped by the umpires, battled on through light drizzle and bad light to make an exciting match out of a wintry prospect. Batting first, Old Down openers, George Williams and Jordan Rouse displayed a good range of attacking shots, although the departure of the former brought seventeen year old newcomer, Ben Hopkins, to the crease, where he showed his promise in collecting a stylish 23 runs.

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  7. FOOTBALL: Cleave and Holley ensure winning finale for Burnham UnitedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | This is The West Country

    GOALS from Anthony Cleave and Russ Holley ensured Burnham United finished the season in winning ways with a hard-fought victory over eighth-place St George Easton in Gordano. Ed Lamb put in a man of the match display for United, who finished the season in tenth place in Somerset Division One West, having won seven of their 26 games.

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  8. Election North Somerset result: Conservative Liam FoxRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | This Is Somerset

    He holds regular surgeries for constituents in Clevedon, Nailsea, Portishead and Yatton and has a reputation as a hard-working constituency MP. He worked as a GP in Nailsea before becoming a member of Parliament and has held high office in both opposition and government.

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  9. ELECTION 2015: North Somerset - Dr Liam Fox arrives at the countRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | This Is Bristol

    He was whisked off straight away to do an interview with Sky News, but was keeping a close eye on the TV screens as the results started to come in. This parliamentary seat first appeared in 1983 under the name "Woodspring" and was re-named "North Somerset" in time for the last election in 2010.

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  10. CRICKET: Old Down's Rouse does the damage with bat and ballRead the original story

    Wednesday May 6 | Gazette Series

    Bristol and District League Old Down 1sts v Nailsea 1sts WHILE miserable conditions made life difficult in the early part of the game, both sides helped by the umpires, battled on through light drizzle and bad light to make an exciting match out of a wintry prospect. Batting first, Old Down openers, George Williams and Jordan Rouse displayed a good range of attacking shots, although the departure of the former brought seventeen year old newcomer, Ben Hopkins, to the crease, where he showed his promise in collecting a stylish 23 runs.

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  11. Weston & District League round-up: Wedmore battle to ninth win of the seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News

    WEDMORE battled to a ninth league victory of the season as they beat Westend 2-1 in Division Three of the Weston & District League - they take Wrington Redhill Reserves next Tuesday. In Division Five, Wedmore Reserves took a point from an eight-goal thriller at home to AFC Nailsea Reserves - they travel to Congresbury A on Saturday.

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  12. There's something for everyone on North Somerset Arts TrailRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | This Is Bristol

    A stunning array of artwork from a huge range of talented artists is on show for the seventh biennial North Somerset Arts Week, from Friday, May 1 to Sunday, May 10. The arts show has come a long way since its first outing in 2003; it is 50 per cent bigger than its first year, for a start. It now features more than 320 artists, performers and craftspeople in a range of venues.

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  13. Nailsea youngster finish the season on a high noteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Crow

    Winscombe were all over Nailsea and were unlucky not to go in front, thanks to a superb reaction save from Joe Freear. Nailsea slowly grew into the game and from a swift counter attack, Freddie King opened the scoring.

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  14. Highbridge Town manager Matt Pitt calls on players to sign off season in styleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News

    COPYRIGHT MIKE LANG 2014From left, back, Will Bailey, Tom Bailey, Matt Scott, Steve Bailey, Stuart Green, Mike Green, Sam Redstone and Matt Pitt; front, Craig Holley, Cam Sampson, Stuart Walford, Ryan Elliott, Jack Hirons, Cane Powell, Morgan Sealey and C HIGHBRIDGE Town manager Matt Pitt wants his side to sign off the season in style when they take on league champions Combe St Nicolas at the REC on Saturday. Highbridge currently sit in fourth place in Division Two West and can strengthen their hold on the position with victory at the weekend - however, the two sides below them, Kewstoke Lions and Taunton United, both have games in hand.

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  15. Empty shop to host Theatre Shop season of live arts in ClevedonRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2015 | This Is Bristol

    An empty shop in Clevedon will take on a new leash of life this month when it brings more than 40 top music, theatre and comedy faces to the town. Arts campaigners have converted a disused unit in Queens' Square into the Theatre Shop - a pop-up theatre with a professional stage and bar.

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    Apr 21, 2015 | This Is Bristol

    On Saturday, the Theatre Shop season opens, kicking off four weeks of top notch music, theatre comedy and dance in and around Clevedon . There are more than 40 shows planned at seven venues - and from the strength of the blurbs, it is going to be hard to pick highlights.

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  17. Pressure is still on Shirehampton, says Fry's bossRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2015 | This Is Bristol

    Fry Club boss Rob Mallet believes the pressure is still on runaway leaders Shirehampton to claim the Somerset County League title. And with Mallet branding his side "outsiders" for first place, he told the Bristol Post: "We shouldn't be the team feeling the pressure because we are rank outsiders.

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    Apr 15, 2015 | This Is Bristol

    The Songs From The Shed sessions may be famed for bringing top class acts from around the world to a garden shed in Clevedon . But another musical venture, in an equally-unlikely structure, is also helping to put the town on the musical map.

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  19. General Election profile: Tory candidate Liam Fox nailed on...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | This Is Bristol

    This must rank as the most predictable seat in the Bristol region because it's such a nailed on certainty that Tory candidate Liam Fox will retain his seat. The foregone conclusion begs the question, "What should voters do if they do not want to vote for the Conservatives?" The Lib Dems came in second place at the last election but judging by their current unpopularity, it's hard to see them holding this position, let alone winning.

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  20. Nailsea volunteers awarded for 500 years of serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2015 | This Is Somerset

    Twenty dedicated volunteers have been honoured for their long service at a charity shop in Nailsea. Volunteers from the St Peter's Hospice shop on High Street, Nailsea, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, were recognised for their work at the hospice's Long Service Awards.

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