THE ‘devastated’ family of seven-year-old April Reeve, who died in a collision on Thursday in Weston-super-Mare, have released a tribute to their daughter.
CADETS from Weston met Prime Minister David Cameron while attending a parade in London.
The state of Weston’s roads has been a key discussion topic on Streetlife this week, with many users admitting they have concerns with the safety of Hutton Moor roundabout.
RUBBER ducks flooded into a river
in a Somerset village to raise money for charities and community groups.
POLICE have arrested a 27-year-old and launched an investigation after a man died in a collision this morning (Saturday).
A NEW interactive sculpture has been unveiled at Tyntesfield and will be on display for visitors to enjoy until the end of October.
WELSH comedian Rod Woodward will visit The Playhouse as part of his debut tour.
FOODIES from across the country are gearing up for one of the nation’s biggest food and drink festivals at the end of next month.
BANWELL Amateur Dramatic society is putting on its latest show this weekend.
A QUICK warning to anyone planning on going to see Jersey Boys – you will end up with Bye, Bye Baby stuck in your head for a very long time…
The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between May 1-18:
A MAN who ran onto the football pitch when the Weston and Doncaster Rovers FA Cup match was cancelled just 20 minutes before kick-off has appeared in court, charged under the Football Offences Act.
A MAN who was spotted waving a weapon in a busy Weston street, while accompanied by two young children, was sent to prison for a year last Friday.
A Weston man, who swore at his mother before threatening to burn down his family home, has narrowly avoided being sent to prison.
The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between April 22-30:
BUDDING artists of the future have had their work featured in their first art exhibition.
YOUNGSTERS at a North Somerset primary school were thoroughly puzzled when a travelling games company paid a visit.
LOCKING Primary School held a fundraising auction, with the proceeds going to the Friends of Locking School, which is raising money for a multi-use games area.
A WORLE secondary school has given one of Britain’s youngest ever teachers the chance to help dozens of students on their way to passing their maths GCSEs, while studying for a place at the University of Oxford.
A Village school has won a dodecathlon competition held at Weston’s Hutton Moor Leisure Centre.
Children at Crockerne Primary School have been wearing blue in recognition of this year’s Mucopolysaccharide (MPS) Awareness Day.
A choir which has been running for six decades invited former members back to celebrate its 60th birthday.
A letter signed by 24 Clevedon residents and town councillors has been handed to North Somerset Council expressing their opposition to a development in the town.
A music festival is being held at a Nailsea pub to celebrate the opening of its revamped garden and play area.
Rainbows from the 3rd Nailsea unit visited Trendlewood Park to launch their sponsored reading challenge.
A superb knock of 92 not out by Weston’s Andy Fear led his side to a nail-biting victory at Shapwick & Polden.
Hornets Rugby Club celebrated a hugely successful season with over 200 people attending the end of season dinner and awards evening.
Victoria lost their latest Somerset County League at Bristol, going down 72-46.
Uphill Castle were defeated at Street by 84 in a basement battle.
Cricketer Georgina Goodwin made a successful start playing for Somerset girls’ Under-13s against Cornwall.
A NEW salon has opened in Weston town centre, and its owner promises a ‘different vibe’ to other hairdressers.
A WESTON-BASED firm has won a contract to supply power to one of the oldest air shows in the world.
A WESTON town centre café and newsagents will be auctioned off today (Thursday).
A NEW operations manager has been appointed at DoubleTree by Hilton, Cadbury House and he says its potential is ‘endless’.
THE attractions at the Grand Pier in Weston have just got even better thanks to a £250,000 investment.
A SOMERSET village with a rich food history has teamed up with two other areas to become a ‘triple town’.
AN ITALIAN restaurant and gelato ice cream parlour has opened in an iconic £1.8million building on Weston seafront.
THE final touches are being made ahead of this Saturday’s Burnham Food Festival in the town centre.
THE owner of Weston pub The Imperial has promised to breathe new life into the venue after taking over this month.
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