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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.

There's a new competition on MyCadburyHeath this month: you could win an oak cheese board handcrafted from a wine barrel, plus you could win a family ticket to the South Glos Show on August 6th and 7th.

What's on

Saturday 2nd July 2016

Monday 4th July 2016

Tuesday 5th July 2016

Thursday 7th July 2016

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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.


Local businessman scoops award

Mark Crutchley, Director of Circadian Trust, a social enterprise that delivers sport and leisure facilities in partnership with South Gloucestershire Council, has been awarded the Third Sector Director of the Year award in the Institute of Directors (IoD) South West regional awards.
He will now go forward for a chance to be a national award winner, judged against all the other regional finalists this autumn.
Mark has been at the helm of the Circadian Trust since it was established just over ten years ago. Today it operates seven Active Leisure Centres in Thornbury, Bradley Stoke, Yate, Longwell Green, Kingswood, Patchway and Downend.

£1.5m for Longwell Green Leisure

Longwell Green Leisure Centre will undergo a £1.5 million redevelopment to include a new fitness studio with extra stations, new changing rooms, a new entrance and more poolside showers.
The redevelopment means the centre will offer improved facilities to its customers and meet increased demand in the local community, which is set to grow due to planned new housing in the area.


News feeds

Latest items from BBC News:

Fearless moles
Brilliant Wales reach Euro 2016 semis
Gunmen take hostages in Bangladeshi capital Dhaka
Battle of the Somme: Royals at Somme centenary commemoration
Osborne abandons budget surplus target

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