Book Online

Get your complete Chew Valley Gazette online now...

Click here to view our new interactive digital edition



Latest News


Chew Stoke resident Jerry Moorhouse, 50, is alive thanks to the village defibrillator and the calm actions of his son and wife.

On Tuesday February 10 Mr Moorhouse collapsed at home having gone into cardiac arrest.

“Dad was sat sp... read on

Visitors to Publow’s All Saint’s church. read on...
Lead thieves are reported to be operating in the area despite national drop in metal thefts. read on...
Wrington is the first of the Chew Valley and Wrington Vale villages to be connected to the much anticipated superfast fibre optic broadband. read on...



In only their second rugger game of the new year, Chew Valley’s first XV overwhelmed an under strength Bristol Saracens side with a try bonus point in the bag after only 30 minutes.

The hosts were under pressure in the tight from the off with Chew Valley hooker Luke Sparks Brown taking several against the head early on. Guy Winter at outside half pulled the strings throughout and it was his chip over the onrushing defence that gave fullback Tom Bryan the first of two tries. Winter converted and was to go on to only miss two shots out of seven attempts during the match.

The Christmas and New Year period had let the rust set in, and Chew Valley had a few fumbles allowing Saracens Backs Coach and player Luke Nabaro to brush off some weak tackling and put winger Billy Cook in at corner.

When Chew Valley did look after the ball their forwards made good ground, sucking in the defence before putting width on the ball from which winger Silas Cox benefitted for hi... read on

Chew Magna Vets football team’s great start to the season has continued with another two victories and a draw during November, December and January. ... read on
Bishop Sutton FC: Problems behind the scenes at Lakeview at the end of 2014 saw the club go down to visiting Brislington by 0-11.

The team ... read on


Main Links

Latest Edition

Click above to view our latest edition


Leaving the area, but still like to receive the gazette?

Would you like to give the gazette as a gift?

Why not subscribe to the Chew Valley & Wrington Vale Gazette and get this local newspaper delivered to your door.
For only £24 a year call Alison on 01275 332266
or email advertising@

Local Newspapers

Advertise with us


Are you concerned about the increase in crime in the Chew Valley area this summer?

Read Story


Poll History



Deliver the news to your desktop


Browse our site on the go

Digital or

Subscribe to our newspaper


Search though the archives


Buy photos online

Social Bookmarks

Add news to your social networking page