Photo of Fred Dinenage with house manager Angela Skose, homeowners and guests.

TV’s Fred Dinenage opens new retirement complex in Charlton Hayes

Television favourite Fred Dinenage MBE – whose career has spanned over five decades – delighted local retirees with tales from his time on screen when he attended the official opening of McCarthy & Stone’s Hamilton House Retirement Living development in Charlton Hayes on 10th April. The TV stalwart – whose varied career has seen him present shows including ‘How’, ‘How

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Charlton Wood Primary Academy - ground-breaking ceremony.

Construction starts on new £5.6m primary school in Charlton Hayes

Bristol construction firm Beard marked the start of works on the new Charlton Wood Primary Academy with an official ground-breaking ceremony carried out by new headteacher Neil Lankester. Beard is working with Endeavour Academy Trust and South Gloucestershire Council on the delivery of the £5.6 million state-of-the-art academy which is being built on the North Field section of the old

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Plot MU5: Proposed south-east elevation (facing Hayes Way).

McCarthy & Stone given green light for Charlton Hayes developments

Following the recent decisions by South Gloucestershire Council to approve McCarthy and Stone’s Retirement Living and Retirement Living Plus (Extra Care) proposals for the development of vacant scrubland, known locally as plots MU5 and MU6, at Charlton Hayes, Simon Mantell, the firm’s regional managing director, commented: “We are delighted that our plans for much-needed Retirement Living and Extra Care accommodation

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Charlton Hayes Autumn Fun Day

Residents of Charlton Hayes are invited to a community BBQ and fun day on Saturday (18th October), organised by the community development worker and resident volunteers. The fun day, which runs from 12pm to 2.30pm, will be a celebration of autumn and will also give residents the opportunity to learn about safety on a building site (construction industry mascot Ivor Goodsite

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Barratt and David Wilson Homes site at Charlton Hayes, Patchway, Bristol.

Charlton Hayes community consultation

Charlton Hayes residents are being given the opportunity to give their feedback on what it is like to live in a new development. Some residents have been living in this evolving community for close on three years, while the development grows ever bigger. The consultation will look at issues such as the impact of parking, anti-social behaviour, the needs for

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