ALLOTMENT holders were left ‘heartbroken’ after fire ripped through their plots, destroying years of hard work.
A CHARITY currently celebrating its 10th anniversary may be forced to close in a matter of weeks if it cannot secure funding.
A couple are hoping their participation in the upcoming Mendip Challenge event will see them hold on to a prestigious and unusual title.
MILLIONS of pounds are being pumped into a council’s children’s services after a string of damning reports.
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.
CLASSICAL Brit award winners Only Men Aloud are coming to The Playhouse next month, and we’ve got tickets to give away.
A CELEBRATION of dance from movies and musicals throughout history will be hitting the stage in Weston.
THE Sound Of Music is due to hit the stage at the Bristol Hippodrome and you could win tickets.
THE Grand Pier will play host to one of the West Country’s favourite bands for a spot of cider drinking.
A WORLDWIDE best-selling author is coming to Weston to promote her latest book, which focuses on the much-loved ITV drama Downton Abbey - and you could win tickets to be there.
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:
The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between March 26 and April 20:
A TEAM of Weston students took on a tough 35-mile challenge.
AN AUTHOR whose children’s football books have been hailed as ‘the perfect story to encourage reluctant boy readers’ has paid a visit to Weston’s Walliscote Primary School.
A Churchill Academy and Sixth Form student has won first prize in a prestigious speaking competition.
A youth sports programme got off to a flying start at Blagdon Cricket Club.
AN EIGHT-HOUR time difference and 5,000 miles did not stop students from Weston College and Las Vegas from performing together.
A group of 45 talented young musicians from North Somerset has been selected to play at a national music event this summer.
ONE of the world’s most famous drummers has visited Weston College to give students some insider tips on how to make it in the music industry.
A zoo farm has celebrated the news of the royal birth by naming a newborn animal after the baby princess.
More than 1,300 people have signed a petition in the hope of stopping work being carried out to level Portishead’s hillside golf course with 16,000 tonnes of rubble.
One lucky Times reader was left ‘over the moon’ after being selected as one of four winners of our hugely-popular On The Money competition which featured more than £2,000 worth of prizes over four weeks.
Racing driver Will Burns picked up a career-high triple podium finish at Thruxton in Hampshire.
JKA Weston SKC member Trevor Byrne passed his 5th Dan belt belt at a recent grading in Crawley.
Seven Aikido instructors from the Rising Sun Aikido Club in Weston have successfully gained their level two coaching award.
Weston slipped to defeat against visitors Taunton, who are hopeful of promotion this year.
Uphill Castle lost their latest league match against Butleigh by 44 runs.
A Winscombe businesswoman is ‘thrilled’ after her shop was crowned as one of the best gift retailers in the South of England.
WESTON’S Grand Pier has been praised for its innovative work promoting coach tourism within the town.
YOU may not associate picking up litter with fun and games but a beach clean in Weston-super-Mare paired the two together perfectly.
A CARE home in Weston has passed a dementia training programme so it can provide its residents with a better quality of life.
FOOD store chain The Southern Co-operative is opening a new branch in a North Somerset village at the site of an old pub.
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.
A BBC presenter will open this year’s Weston super Food Festival, which will include a vegetable bowling competition.
Thousands of new apple trees have been planted at Thatchers Cider, with a new orchard also due to be created in the coming weeks.
A POPULAR village market has welcomed new stallholders to its regular offering.
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