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  • Don't miss your Christmas recycling and waste collection

    By SWPSocial at 10:58 on 19/12/13
    Christmas revised collections reminder
    Somerset residents are reminded that waste collections will change over the Christmas and New Year fortnight, including services at weekends. And recycling sites will, as every year, be closing for Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day in addition to their usual schedule. Kerbside collections are unchanged on Monday 23 Dec and Christmas Eve. Collections do not take place on Christmas Day or Boxing Day, and will be two days...
  • Teens take an unexpected trip to country

    By Western Daily Press at 05:00 on 12/12/13
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    Teenager Keira Lewis, 13, and her pals often take the bus to go shopping in Bristol's city centre. But the trip went badly wrong when they were thrown off the bus in the middle of the countryside. Keira's mum, Teresa Cole said: "My daughter was hysterical because they had no idea where they were. She said to me, 'Mum, all I can see are green fields with horses – we don't know where we are.'" Mrs Cole, 37, a beauty...
  • Queen to receive cutting from the Holy Thorn

    By Central Somerset Gazette at 03:00 on 12/12/13
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    A ROYAL ceremony which began 400 years ago will take place tomorrow. Each December, the eldest pupil of St John's Infant School joins the Mayor of Glastonbury for the cutting of the Holy Thorn. According to the folklore of the town, when Joseph of Arimathea first stepped foot on Glastonbury soil at Wearyall Hill his staff took root in the ground and sprouted the first Holy Thorn. The tree flourished and over the centuries, graftings...
  • Runner raises cash for cats

    By Central Somerset Gazette at 03:00 on 12/12/13
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    A VOLUNTEER has completed 28 races to raise awareness for Glastonbury and Wells Cats Protection. Emma Challis, 41, originally wanted to run five half marathons, but has completed a staggering ten half marathons, one full marathon and 17 other races for the charity. Emma said: "I ran the races to help raise some awareness, as we lost a couple of our long-standing volunteers this year and we were sorry to see them go. "We...

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