February issue out now - click on pages to read or here
In February's Edition we explore growing concern over Filton's HMOs, showcase young sportsmanship and unveil Filton's hidden 'Eden'.
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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.
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Rich Coulter, editor and publisher
Shane Gibson meets the team who have transformed a once desolate scrub of land into thriving, working allotments.. Read More
The 21-year-old, who grew up in Dunkeld Ave and attended St Teresa's Primary and St Bede's Secondary, has enjoyed a steady rise to success since his early days as a junior at the St Brendan's club... Read More
A Filton town councillor says all future applications for HMOs in the town should be rejected as the concentration is already too high... Read More
One year on from Filton Town Council's dramatic 35% increase in the parish precept (the element of council tax which pays for town council activity), councillors have voted for a 0.5% overall increase... Read More