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Wednesday 30th July 2014

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Download your Flower Show Schedule

Paper copies of this year's schedule for the Alveston Flower Show on September 6th are now available for you to pick up in and around Alveston. Or, if you prefer, click the link below to download a copy.

Alveston Flower Show is open to everybody, you don't have to live in Alveston to take part. There are plenty of classes to choose from. This year profits from the Show are going to the Friends of Bristol Eye Hospital.


'Thank you' from Alveston Singers

The Alveston Singers thank everyone who attended their summer concerts for their generosity. The retiring collections from the two concerts totalled £863 which will be shared between their two chosen charities for 2014: Parkinson's UK and Hope for Tomorrow (Mobile Chemotherapy Units).


"Bin Men" on their Bikes

Hundreds of employees from waste management firm, SITA UK, have taken part in a 2,400 mile, UK cross-country cycle tour to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The winding route, designed to include as many of SITA UK’s facilities as possible, made the journey almost three times as long as the traditional Land’s End to John O’ Groats cycle route of 874 miles.
SITA UK manages the collection of waste and recycling on behalf of South Gloucestershire Council and operates four Sort It! recycling centres. CEO David Palmer-Jones said: 'Unfortunately, cancer is something that affects us all, which is why we have chosen to give something back by attempting to raise enough money to fund a Macmillan nurse for a whole year.'

News feeds

Latest news from the Gazette:

Record-breaking Castle School raises money for Sierra Leonean school
University honour for former Alexandra Workwear boss
How well do you know your area? Take the quiz and find out
Overnight resurfacing to take place at junction 14 of the M5
Severn Beach Post Office to be relocated

Latest items from BBC News:

UK economy back at pre-crisis level
Mother admits Mikaeel Kular killing
Welsh athlete Williams fails drugs test
Ceasefire aim as Gaza deaths top 800
Miliband: I can't beat PM on image

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