October issue out now - click on pages to read or here
In this month's edition we look at the Wonderful Windows arts trail around Filton, as well as community vigils for a protesting GP and local artistic talent.
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Rich Coulter, editor and publisher
Shane Gibson meets a local man whose faith and artistic skills have combined to create an innovative series of cartoon publications based on Bible stories.. Read More
Dr Diana Warner has been incarcerated since September 2 in Eastwood Park Prison in Gloucestershire.. Read More
Residents in Filton are being invited to join together for a celebration of creativity and hope this autumn!.. Read More
Ratepayers could be replaced by cafe as report says there is 'real interest' in outside operator for Filton leisure centre
The leisure centre has been struggling financially, with pre-Covid estimates for running costs of £610,000 this year. .. Read More