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Care for elderly and disabled people will come under the spotlight at a public meeting later this month. The council meeting has been organised as the Government stages a consultation exercise on the future of services to help people lead independent lives in their own homes.
Residents in the Bath area put out a record amount of material for composting in a month - an amount equivalent to nearly 120 double-decker buses.
A meeting has been held to discuss the future of health care in Bath. Members of Bath and North East Somerset Council's Healthier Communities and Older People Overview and Scrutiny Panel met local GPs to discuss Government proposals for improving patient access to doctors within the city.
The tenth Keynsham Music Festival took place on Sunday and was as successful as ever, with a variety of music and performances taking place on four stages.
A New pounds4 million primary school has opened in Keynsham. St Keyna Primary School, off Charlton Road, replaces Temple Primary and Keynsham Primary schools. The building was completed in February and pupils and staff moved in for their first lessons earlier this month.
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