Filtonvoice February 2020 edition online here

 

 

If you haven't received your home delivered copy by now, call 07775550607 or email richard@filtonvoice.co.uk

  

Welcome to our website. 

Welcome to the website for Filtonvoice, your best source of news and views if you live in - or are interested in - the Filton area on the north Bristol fringe.

Our monthly news magazine has been in circulation for five years now and we are proud to be serving both our residents and the many businesses in the area.

The website is designed to give readers an even better news service, with opportunities to comment on the issues which matter to you.

We also have new features - a business directory which gives every advertiser their own web page on this site. This will be a real advantage for small businesses which do not have their own site and an enhanced features for firms which already have an online presence.

We are also fully integrated to Facebook www.facebook.com/filtonvoice.

Please get in touch on 0777 555 0607 if you have any story ideas, if you wish to contribute to the magazine or if you are a business looking for targeted marketing to more than 10,000 people every month.

And remember, there are also our sister publications in 17 locations across Bristol and further afield with more in the pipeline.

See more at www.localvoicenetwork.co.uk

Rich Coulter, editor and publisher

 

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February 06 2020 Mum's noise nightmare in Filton flat

Mum's noise nightmare in Filton flat

In the property, there is 'a lack of sound insulation, and even a quiet conversation can be heard from all of the adjacent flats in the building'. .. Read More


February 06 2020 Filton set to get games area - but  concerns raised that location is wrong

Filton set to get games area - but concerns raised that location is wrong

The site of the Elm Park tennis courts to create a 'Multi-Use-Games-Area (MUGA)' is the wrong location, Filton councillors were told. .. Read More


February 06 2020 Family so important as Ann reflects on 100 years and fond Filton memories