Midsomer Norton Breakfast Briefing November 5 2019

  Posted: 05.11.19 at 08:19 by Tim Lethaby



MIDSOMER NORTON BRIEFING: Tuesday November 5 2019

TODAY'S MIDSOMER NORTON SUNRISE:
07:09

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TODAY'S MIDSOMER NORTON SUNSET:
16:37

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TODAY'S MIDSOMER NORTON WEATHER:

Today will be mostly dry with sunny intervals and variable amounts of cloud, although there may be the odd shower around. There will be a brisk northerly wind though.

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TODAY’S MOBILE SPEED CAMERA LOCATIONS AROUND MIDSOMER NORTON

A37 Pensford Hill (40mph)
Phillis Hill, Paulton (30mph)
A362 Farrington Gurney (30mph)
Ham Lane, Paulton (20mph)
Bloomfield Road, Timsbury (30mph)
Farrington Road, Paulton (20mph)
Chilcompton Road, Midsomer Norton (30mph)
B3115 North Road, Timsbury (20mph)
Cooks Hill, Station Road, Clutton (20mph)

Please note that mobile enforcement may still take place at other locations within Bath and North East Somerset.

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TODAY'S MIDSOMER NORTON AREA EVENTS:

The Loss of the Titanic – A Tale of Three Captains
From 7.30pm – The Somer Centre, Midsomer Norton
Join the Bygone Days team from Radstock Museum at their next talk which promises to be poignant, intriguing and still unearth some surprising details about one of the world's most famous maritime tragedies.

Property Tuesdays Free Property Networking Event
7pm to 11pm – Midsomer Norton Wetherspoons
A free networking event for people who are passionate about all things property. So making money from property, interior design, property finance and much more.

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TODAY'S SHOWING AT THE LITTLE THEATRE IN BATH:

Sorry We Missed You (15) – 10.30am, 12.45pm, 2.55pm, 6pm, 8.15pm
Rastamouse: Mi Name’s Bagga T… (U) – 11am
Bait (15) – 11.35am
Monos (15) – 1.20pm, 5.05pm
After The Wedding (15) – 3.30pm
ROH Live: Concerto and Other Ballets (12A) – 7.15pm

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TODAY'S MIDSOMER NORTON SUPERMARKET OPENING TIMES:

CO-OP (Fosseway): 7am-10pm
CO-OP: (Westfield): 7am-9pm
LIDL: 8am-9pm
MCCOLL’S: 7am-8pm
SAINSBURY’S: 8am-8pm
SPAR: Open 24 hours
TESCO: 6am-midnight

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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:

“A serious and good philosophical work could be written consisting entirely of jokes” – Ludwig Wittgenstein, Austrian philosopher

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