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  1. Capitalising on the grey poundRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | This Is Bristol

    One of the highlights of the finale to The Hobbit trilogy is 92-year-old actor Christopher Lee performing martial arts more befitting of a Shaolin warrior monk. Special effects, of course, but it represents a point - that as the health of our population improves our retired and elderly are more active, both physically and financially, than ever before.

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  2. Don't be fooled by Nailsea Town's lowly position, says Nailsea...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | This Is Bristol

    Nailsea United co-boss Spencer Lee is warning his players to "take no notice" of Nailsea Town's parlous position at the foot of the Somerset County League's top flight when the sides enter derby combat at The Grove tomorrow . While league champions United, in seventh place, continue on through a transitional period, driven on by a clutch of young and inexperienced hands, Town find themselves rooted to bottom spot with just one win to their name.

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  3. Burnham group's flower show set to be heldRead the original story

    Jun 13, 2008 | Burnham-On-Sea News

    Colourful displays of roses and sweet peas will be on display when Burnham-On-Sea Horticultural Society holds its annual show this weekend . Sanders Garden World at Brent Knoll has been chosen for the fourth year running as the venue for the Rose & Sweet Pea Show, which is this year being jointly run by the members of Burnham and Nailsea Horticultural Societies.

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  4. Portishead tame the PumasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Crow

    Juniors dominated the first-half and were two up in the first 15 minutes with a brace from Jack Nattress. In a game of two halves, Juniors had to defend well as Pumas controlled the second half, but they couldn't find a route past Harri Battista, who was supported well by Jacob Weekes, Ben Elliott and Charlie Chichester.

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  5. Enthralling match ends in a goal-less drawRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Crow

    NAILSEA Athletic Under-11s and Swiss Valley Colts played out an enthralling 0-0 draw between two evenly-matched teams. Nailsea produced some neat, and at times really creative play going forward and this was exemplified by a quick interchange of passes, leading to a headed chance that they were unlucky not to convert.

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  6. Weston and District Football League Round-up - Reserves suffer seventh defeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | This is The West Country

    BERROW Reserves were beaten for the seventh time this season as they went down 3-2 at Yatton Athletic Reserves in Division One. In Division Two, Burnham United A have slipped to the bottom of the table following a 4-0 home defeat to fellow strugglers Uphill Castle Reserves.

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  7. Burnham group's flower show set to be heldRead the original story

    Jun 13, 2008 | Burnham-On-Sea News

    Colourful displays of roses and sweet peas will be on display when Burnham-On-Sea Horticultural Society holds its annual show this weekend . Sanders Garden World at Brent Knoll has been chosen for the fourth year running as the venue for the Rose & Sweet Pea Show, which is this year being jointly run by the members of Burnham and Nailsea Horticultural Societies.

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  8. League leaders defeated by PortisheadRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Crow

    PORTISHEAD Juniors Under-11s travelled to unbeaten league leaders Nailsea United and put in one of their best team performances of the season to win 2-0. Man of the match Jack Nattress and Jake Foxon scored the goals, but every player contributed in this impressive win.

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  9. Weston and District Football League Round-up - Five defeats in a row for Berrow ReservesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News

    BERROW Reserves slipped to a fifth successive league defeat on Saturday, going down 3-1 at second-placed Cleeve West Town Reserves. The result leaves them eighth in Division One with six points from eight games - they travel to bottom side Yatton Athletic Reserves this weekend.

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  10. Burnham group's flower show set to be heldRead the original story

    Jun 13, 2008 | Burnham-On-Sea News

    Colourful displays of roses and sweet peas will be on display when Burnham-On-Sea Horticultural Society holds its annual show this weekend . Sanders Garden World at Brent Knoll has been chosen for the fourth year running as the venue for the Rose & Sweet Pea Show, which is this year being jointly run by the members of Burnham and Nailsea Horticultural Societies.

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  11. Shirehampton go marching on at the topRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | This Is Bristol

    SHIREHAMPTON remained 15 points clear at the top of the Premier Division with a 4-0 home victory against Ilminster Town. Joe Harvey opened the scoring just before half-time, then a close-range finish from Rich Brightwell made it 2-0 early in the second half.

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    Friday Nov 28 | This Is Bristol

    Police want to talk to this man about the assault. They say he could have information which would help their enquiries POLICE are trying to identify this man as they investigate an assault which saw another man knocked unconscious on Nailsea High Street.

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  13. BOWLS: Win for Clarrie, defeat for ChristueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 27 | Gazetteandherald.co.uk

    CLARRIE Dunbar men gained revenge for a seven-shot defeat to Bristol a week earlier in the Denny Cup with victory in the Wessex League - but Christie Miller went down to their second defeat in a row, writes DAVE EATON . Previous winners of the overall Wessex League title in 2009 and 2013 Clarrie just had the edge over Bristol in a nip and tuck league affair as they led by six shots 35-29 across the board at ten ends but only held a two shot advantage 53-51 at 15. This was cut to only one 65-64 at 18 but the Standerwick-based club held-off Bristol's challenge to claim a hard-fought 77-75 success and collect 12 of the 16 points on offer.

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  14. Burnham group's flower show set to be heldRead the original story

    Jun 13, 2008 | Burnham-On-Sea News

    Colourful displays of roses and sweet peas will be on display when Burnham-On-Sea Horticultural Society holds its annual show this weekend . Sanders Garden World at Brent Knoll has been chosen for the fourth year running as the venue for the Rose & Sweet Pea Show, which is this year being jointly run by the members of Burnham and Nailsea Horticultural Societies.

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  15. BOWLS: Christie Miller enjoy comfortable derby success in Denny PlateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Wiltshire Times

    Justin Davis and Andy Moore's rinks both recorded 11-shot victories while Paul Macdonald's foursome held on for a three shots win. They have to meet in a third round men's O60s Double Rinks match by the end of the month.

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  16. BOWLS: Plate disappointment for North Wilts menRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Wiltshire Times

    IN sharp contrast to their ladies, the men at North Wilts are out of all of the men's national inter-club championship competitions this season. Their last hope of some success was a good run in the consolation Denny Plate, but they fell at the first hurdle last Saturday in their first round local derby tie against Melksham's Christie Miller.

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  17. Backwell secure victory in extra timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Crow

    Backwell began well and created a few half chances, but the Locking defence were equal to Backwell's attacks. Midway through the first-half, Locking were awarded a free kick just outside of the box and an excellent shot saw the ball fly into the far corner.

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  18. Life of Wurzels founder Adge Cutler to be celebrated in new playRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2014 | This Is Bristol

    THE life of Wurzels founder Adge Cutler is to be celebrated in a new play at Clevedon's Curzon Cinema. 'Scrumpy and Western' has been written by collaborating playwrights Tom Henry and Shaun McCarthy, and in a first for the Curzon, will be performed as a rehearsed reading for one night only at the 80-year-old cinema on March 6. Turning down the chance to record at EMI's famed Abbey Road studios in London, at a time when the Beatles were holding court there, Adge and the Wurzels decide instead to capture their live sound at the Royal Oak pub in Nailsea.

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  19. Dedicated volunteers rewarded for 465 years of serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2014 | This Is Bristol

    Forty six dedicated Bristol volunteers have been honoured for their long service in helping to support adults in the city with life-limiting illnesses. The annual St Peter's Hospice Long Service Awards was, this year, held at the Marriott Royal and celebrated the work of the dedicated group of volunteers who have accumulatively stacked up 465 years of service for the community between them.

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  20. Burnham group's flower show set to be heldRead the original story

    Jun 13, 2008 | Burnham-On-Sea News

    Colourful displays of roses and sweet peas will be on display when Burnham-On-Sea Horticultural Society holds its annual show this weekend . Sanders Garden World at Brent Knoll has been chosen for the fourth year running as the venue for the Rose & Sweet Pea Show, which is this year being jointly run by the members of Burnham and Nailsea Horticultural Societies.

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