Welcome to St George & Redfield Voice

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Home Page for St George & Redfield Voice - All of your local news, views and events for St George, Redfield and the surrounding area in one place.

Welcome to the St George & Redfield Voice; the free monthly hyperlocal newspaper for the St George and Redfield areas of Bristol.  Our mission is simple: to inform, entertain and support our community by bringing together news, opinion and information from across the area.  We provide local news for local people.

We aim to ensure that everyone has a voice in the community, helping you – the residents of St George and Redfield – to feel more connected with your neighbours. Please email us or call us on 0117 422 7200 if you have any local stories to share. 

The Voice is delivered door-to-door to 7,500 homes every month for free and can also be picked up from a host of public places including cafés, restaurants and St George Library. We welcome new advertisers and our connections with the wider Voice Network mean that you can sell your business both locally and to the wider Bristol area.

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Summerhill Academy 'requires improvement' rating due to change in principals

The Multi Academy Trust behind Summerhill Academy has said that its recent ‘requires improvement’ rating from Ofsted was due to the school having had two different principals since the previous inspection... Read More

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May 2018 edition published

Our May 2018 edition is full of local news and information for local residents ..... Read More

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Harassment case results in suspended jail term for Bristol man

A 45-year-old Bristol man has been convicted of harassing another man in the months leading up to his death... Read More

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St George Park kiosk results revealed

You may recall that back in November, Bristol City Council started a consultation on the 'Kiosk' in St George Park. The aim of the Council consultation was to look at how the kiosk currently operates, the service it provides and whether there is any desire to expand the current offer... Read More