Three councils in the West of England have tonight (Wednesday) agreed to a £1billion devolution deal which was rejected by North Somerset earlier this month.
A Burnham café has scooped a prestigous award, meaning it can officially call itself Somerset’s best café, despite having only been open for 10 months.
Britain may be less rich as a result of the EU referendum result, but will be more free, according to Weston-super-Mare’s MP John Penrose.
Year 11 students at Worle Community School made their way to Weston’s Grand Pier on Friday for an evening of glamour as prom season well and truly began.
Firefighters tackled a blaze which broke out above a bar in the centre of Weston-super-Mare this afternoon (Wednesday).
The final casting for Save The Last Dance For Me, which will be arriving in Weston-super-Mare in August, has been completed.
A group of friends are off to see the wizard – the wonderful wizard of Oz.
The return of Bristol’s Comedy Garden festival is edging ever closer and despite demand being high, there are still a host of hilarious acts which you could book to see.
Fans of country music can don their cowboy hats and take to the Grand Pier for its first-ever all-American hoedown.
A nostalgic rock ‘n’ roll show is returning to The Playhouse as part of its 30th anniversary tour.
A two-month-old baby from Weston-super-Mare died in hospital after his parents were told he simply had a cold – but they later discovered he also had a rare infection, and fear mistakes were covered up by medics.
A nursery nurse uploaded a sexual photograph of her ex-fiancé to Facebook after he broke up with her via a text message.
A Weston man has been fined after police caught him being drunk and disorderly and angrily threatening motorists in the space of three weeks.
A healthy eating week at a Worle school challenged pupils to eat more fruit and vegetables and drink more water.
Primary school children buried a time capsule sent from an island in the Indian Ocean.
A North Somerset officer who campaigned for more help for children in care – and those leaving care – has praised the council for its recent improvements.
A North Somerset primary school held its annual summer fete at the weekend and despite the grey clouds overhead, families enjoyed fun and games all afternoon.
A £1billion deal which was rejected by North Somerset Council will go ahead without the authority after three other councils agreed to it this evening (Wednesday).
North Somerset MP Dr Liam Fox will announce tomorrow (Thursday) he will stand for leadership of the Conservative Party as he looks to replace outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron.
B&M Bargains will open its new store in Clevedon tomorrow (Thursday).
The organiser of a triathlon that will be held in Clevedon this weekend are appealing for more volunteers.
Gordano School’s eldest pupils had their farewell ball last night (Tuesday).
Weston crashed to a heavy defeat at league leaders Taunton Deane, going down by 238 runs.
Uphill Castle cruised to a comfortable victory over near neighbours Winscombe.
East Huntspill batsman Ned Harding scored 92 not out against Uphill Castle in the Property Job Midweek League Cup.
Congresbury were thoroughly beaten by Bristol West Indies & Phoenix by 242-runs and slip down to third place in the league.
Weston seconds suffered their first defeat of the season in a poor display at home to Purnells.
The new chairman of the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) says North Somerset should be ‘proud’ of Weston’s upcoming developments.
Melissa Morton may only be 20 years old, but she already has big dreams for a new business venture she says she has ‘always wanted’.
A family-run business in Weston has launched into its new depot and bosses are inviting everyone to celebrate with them.
A Weston-super-Mare woman has launched an online course which teaches new parents baby massage techniques.
Construction work is under way to build a new adventure barn at Puxton Park, which will host shows and events, in addition to an increased range of farm animals.
Businesses are broadly supportive of a £10million centre dedicated to food and drink being built in Weston-super-Mare.
Burnham’s bi-annual food festival is set to return on Saturday with a new name: Eat:Burnham.
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