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Welcome to MyCadburyHeath - your online guide to events and organisations in and around Cadbury Heath.

We're working with Cadbury Heath Library and other local organisations to bring you details of what's on locally, with events displayed on the plasma screen in the library.

This month on MyCadburyHeath there's a chance to win an oak cheese board handcrafted from a wine barrel.

What's on

Thursday 28th July 2016

Friday 29th July 2016

Saturday 30th July 2016

Monday 1st August 2016

Tuesday 2nd August 2016

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Pinnacle we drive you


Beware Distraction Burglars

Avon & Somerset Police and Age UK are warming about a recent scam where people are posing as ‘Age Concern’ staff to gain access to older people’s homes in South Gloucestershire.
The advice is, if you’re suspicious or the caller won’t leave, call 999 and ask for the police. Age UK have free advice line on 0800 169 65 65 and their free guide Staying Safe can also be downloaded from the website below.


Get Your Kids Active This Summer

The Leisure Centre's Summer Programme runs 25th July - 31st August for boys and girls from Yr1 - Yr9.
Active Camps are packed full with sporting activities and arts and crafts and the pool offers swimming activities and/or courses. Click below to view the Summer Programme.


New Parkwall Pre-School

Operating from Parkwall Primary School in Cadbury Heath, Parkwall Pre-School has been established by the same directors as First Friends Mangotsfield Ltd Rich and Emma Nichols, with the primary aim of providing the best possible sessional care for children aged from 2-4 years old during term time.
Parkwall Pre-School opened in April 2016 and is now accepting registrations for the remaining of this academic year as well as future years. Free educational grant sessions available as well as paid places.


News feeds

Latest items from BBC News:

Lloyds cuts a further 3,000 jobs and doubles branch closure plan
Scotland child safety scheme blocked
Merkel rules out migrant policy reversal after attacks
Syria conflict: 'Exit corridors' to open for Aleppo, says Russia
France church attack: Second suspect in priest killing named

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