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This month on MyKingswood there's a chance to win an Active Day Camp at Kingswood Leisure Centre.
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South Gloucestershire Council has recently launched Warm Up South Gloucestershire, an initiative designed to make your rental property warmer and help landlords stay ahead of new regulations coming into force.
We can help landlords access up to £3,000 of grant funding for energy efficiency improvements such as heating upgrades, with additional funding for new gas connections. If you want to find out more call 0800 980 0902 or click below.
Record Breakers, Summer Reading Challenge 2015 begins in all South Gloucestershire Libraries on 11 July and runs until 12 September. It’s free to join in the fun.
Libraries are also holding free activities throughout the holiday to help children complete the challenge including the chance to be part of an attempt to set a Guinness World Record title.
A BBC Radio 4 appeal has raised over £18,000 for the Kingswood-based children’s continence charity, ERIC. The appeal, which was read by ERIC supporter, comedian and author David Baddiel aimed to increase awareness of children’s continence problems and raise funds to improve the lives of children and young people living with bladder and bowel conditions.
The charity is hugely grateful to Radio 4 listeners for their generosity, which will help it reach out to even more children and families living with continence problems.
The appeal can be heard at www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05pkxz7 and donations can be made below.
The Friends of Kingswood Park are working with South Gloucestershire Council to make a masterplan for the park. This is a long term plan of improvements.
To help them decide what to work on first, please fill in their survey by July 20th 2015. Click below to read more...
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