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Duchess of Cambridge to visit Warminster

The Duchess of Cambridge will visit Warminster on December 10 Credit: ITV News

The Duchess of Cambridge will visit Warminster next month in her role as patron for the charity Action on Addiction.

The Duchess will visit the Wiltshire town on December 10.

She will see the work the charity does in providing training, education and professional development for those working in addiction.

Developers given 5 days to get off Bristol North Baths site

The confrontation between Bristol Council and Chatsworth Homes this morning Credit: ITV News

A long-running scheme to renovate a former swimming baths in Bristol is to be taken back into council hands.

Bristol City Council has given developers at Bristol North Baths five days to get off the site.

Chatsworth Homes has already borrowed three million pounds from the council and is more than two years late on its completion date for the new doctors' surgery, library and flats.

Another woman bishop for the West Country

Karen Gorham will be consecrated as Bishop of Sherborne on 24 February 2016 Credit: Diocese of Salisbury

The 36th Bishop of Sherborne is to be the current Archdeacon of Buckingham, Karen Gorham.

She started serving God early - helping sharpen pencils in Sunday School - and worked as an administrator before going on to train for the ministry at Trinity College Bristol.

Ven Gorham will be consecrated at Salisbury Cathedral on 24 February, 2016, and will have responsibility for the parishes in Dorset.

I am also keen to get to know those who live in the conurbations, seaside towns, highways and byways of Dorset who might be seeking and searching, in need of support or help, to see where we as Christians can make connections, to ensure that God’s love, hope and grace is shared abundantly.

In the wider diocese I will have responsibility for lay ministry and chaplains, two areas vital to the Church’s ministry in the 21st century, and I also look forward to seeing how that work can continue to thrive through support, encouragement and training.

– Karen Gorham


Assault leaves man with metal plates in his jaw

Police would like to speak to this man in connection with an assault on Bristol waterfront Credit: Avon & Somerset Police

Police are trying to trace a man in connection with an assault in Bristol that left a man so injured he had to have metal plates inserted in his jaw.

It happened at 2.50 am on Sunday 22 November at Bar BSB on the waterfront.

The victim was punched to side of his face by an unknown man who was in the company of another man. Both had Irish accents.

The man police want to speak to is described below.

  • White male
  • Early to mid-twenties
  • Approximately 6 ft tall
  • Medium build
  • Short dark wavy hair
Do you recognise this man? Please let police know on 101 quoting crime reference number 5215046232 Credit: Avon & Somerset Police
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