Hundreds of people lined the streets on Monday to watch one of the county’s best loved traditions of carnival.
Thousands of residents and visitors will line the streets to watch one of the world’s largest illuminated carnival processions tonight (Friday).
Globe Carnival Club is in the process of preparing for one of Weston’s biggest events of the year.
Weston Carnival will see more than 80 illuminated carts parade through the streets this Friday.
Pupils from Wrington Primary School enjoyed a day of friendly competition and were very successful with its teams finishing in first and third places.
More than 80 carts and walking acts are set to line the streets of Highbridge and Burnham as its carnival is set to return next week.
Burnham and Highbridge Town Council’s clerk Tatiana Cant has resigned to move closer to family – and the authority is looking for someone to replace her.
A double below-the-knee amputee wants to change people’s views about those with disabilities through an extreme-sports fitness vlog.
A brownie pack in Weston is just a year away from celebrating its 100th birthday next October.
Burnham and Highbridge Town Council has supported the first phase of a 427 homes plan – despite concerns about drainage and rerouting a public footpath.
Poet and activist Matt Abbott will bring his debut tour to North Somerset – and the Mercury is giving people a chance to win tickets to see the show.
Motorists caught losing control of their vehicles, speeding and driving carelessly are adding to the rising number of road traffic accidents in North Somerset.
King Alfred School – an Academy’s headteacher, Nathan Jenkins, is determined to improve standards having succeeded Denise Hurr in the summer.
Sports clubs in Weston-super-Mare raised £715 through the town’s Grand Pier rewind event.
Sixty people in Weston were caught watching live TV without a licence in the past year, new figures have revealed.
People who work for the armed forces, police, NHS and other public services can go on rides for free with their families at Weston’s Grand Pier next month.
Libraries in Somerset could face closures by early next year, Somerset County Council has revealed.
The theatre show Beautiful Thing is being staged in the South West this month.
The Rip It Up stage show in Bristol will be performed by two previous winners and a former contestant who took part in BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing competition.
Singer-songwriter and Madness front-man Suggs will perform his show in Weston and the Mercury is giving readers a chance to win tickets to see the show.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for rain in Weston-super-Mare today (Friday).
Bristol venue the Crofters Rights is set to host rock band Bloody Knees later this month.
Businesses in Weston and the surrounding areas will get the chance to win awards at a ceremony dedicated to tourism next month.
A flood warning is in force for Weston-super-Mare and Somerset tonight (Wednesday).
Temporary two-way traffic lights are in place in Havyatt Road in Wrington to prepare for work which is due to start in the area.
The Chipping Sodbury Town Hall will host jazz singer and Radio 2 presenter Clare Teal in November.
Burnham and Highbridge Town Council members have unanimously voted to oppose a 47-home plan in Walrow.
The King Alfred School (TKAS) in Highbridge gained academy status when it joined The Priory Learning Trust (TPLT) on Monday.
The first phase of road closures started on Monday which will see parts of Draycott and Rodney Stoke affected until March.
Weston’s Grand Pier will host The All Seasons Live, and the Mercury is giving readers a chance to win tickets to see the show.
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