Video news from Clevedon

11:40 09 May 2013


VIDEOS portraying some of the sights and sounds of Clevedon are now available to view on the Times website.

Filmed and edited by former BBC cameraman, Geoff Hale, this newsreel includes footage of the new train at the Salthouse Fields and the new X7 bus.

Geoff has been making these Clevedon newsreels since 2011 and has now made them available for the Times to use.

A second newsreel for April, featuring an interview with the new Curzon chief executive and footage of Clevedon Pride’s recent fair can be viewed in another story due to appear soon on our website.


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