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This month on Alveston.org there's a chance to win a Christmas Party night for four at Eastwood Park.
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After all the hard work, SGS17 smashed last year's total raising another phenomenal amount for the 2017 nominated charity Meningitis Now.
We just want to say a BIG THANK YOU once again to all of our Exhibitors, Sponsors, performers, volunteers and of course, our guests for making SGS17 one to remember!
SAVE THE DATE - Don't forget SGS18 will take place at the South Glos Showground on the 4th and 5th August 2018. Be sure to join us, it's going to be bigger and better than ever before as we will be celebrating our 5th anniversary!
Click below to find out how the Alveston Twinning Association members have been celebrating 30 years of friendship with Courville in France.
Each year Alveston Parish Council is empowered to award grants to organisations or groups operating within the Parish of Alveston.
The Parish Council will consider applications for grants from voluntary groups or charitable organisations. Click below to find out more...
Latest news from the Gazette:
• Police warn residents after spate of suspect home security sales calls in Thornbury
• Lanes on M5 northbound reopened after emergency repairs
• Weather October 18: Damp and murky start with chances of clear spells later on
• Concorde museum opens doors to public in South Gloucestershire
• Schoolgirl from Thornbury, 10, calls for better road safety with new zebra crossing in letter to council
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• Universal Credit helpline charges scrapped
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