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.
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If you're planning a train trip to London this Christmas, click below for details of disruption due to planned works.
London Paddington will be closed to all rail services from Saturday 24 December to Thursday 29 December, and we're being advised to change at Reading and use services from there to London Waterloo - a longer journey.
Smokefree South Gloucestershire is encouraging smokers to give up throughout 'Stoptober' and use the opportunity as a springboard to quit for good.
Last year more than 880 people took part locally, and this year roadshows have been directing people to the support that is available to help them kick the habit, including a free personal quit plan, motivational tips and advice on treatments to help beat cravings.
If you’re looking to take part in Stoptober, text your name and “READY” to 80011, call 01454 865502 or email below to make an appointment at one of the free support sessions.
South Gloucestershire's Discover Festival is back for another year, offering a host of opportunities to discover and enjoy something new on your doorstep.
So whether you want to learn something new, find a hobby, meet new friends, get out and about in nature, catch a performance or explore one of our historic buildings, there’s something on offer for you.
Over 180 events are free, for others there is a small fee. Some events require booking and are selling out fast – see the events calendar or the website below for full details and links to book.
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