An ex-heroin addict who claims Weston-super-Mare ‘saved his life’ is calling on schools to educate youngsters about the dangers of substance abuse.
Youngsters from four Weston primary schools combined to perform a show about crime prevention.
‘Significant concerns’ about the state of special educational needs and disability (SEND) provision in North Somerset have been raised in a report, with parents slamming the ‘horrific’ service.
More than 400 GCSE students took part in a showcase of culinary expertise and butchery.
Bristol Airport has been named the best in Europe.
Young runners have raised hundreds of pounds at a primary school’s Race for Life event.
Children from two primary schools put their creative skills to the test to design penguins for the Feathers McGraw exhibition.
Holidaymakers parking on residential streets to avoid fees at Bristol Airport are causing ‘huge issues’ for villagers living in Cleeve.
A town councillor is urging Weston Town Council to support community groups to preserve Worlebury Hill Fort.
A Weston-super-Mare dog owner whose pets infuriated neighbours has been forced to pay hundreds of pounds in court for failing to stop her dogs barking.
A professional wrestler is walking from Bristol to Weston-super-Mare in memory of his grandfather to raise money for Weston Hospicecare.
A greenhouse has been donated to a village primary school by Puxton Park, with the hope of encouraging more youngsters to explore the wonders of the environment.
A father, spurred on by the memory of his daughter who died eight years ago, has managed to raise more than £100,000 for charity.
A multi-academy trust is celebrating the end of its first year.
A charity run and fun day drew a big crowd at the weekend to raise money for two charities.
Disastrous flooding filled the Weston Mercury and Somerset Herald’s pages 50 years ago, along with the news Olympic divers were heading to town. Here are the stories from the July 12 edition.
A dedicated members of staff from a Weston-super-Mare school is retiring after 31 years of service.
‘Endless delays’ to preserve an ancient hill fort in Weston mean the monument remains at risk, volunteers say.
Villagers in Uphill enjoyed a weekend of fun and games with a fete, a duck race and a sandcastle competition.
Clawing the fire service back from a damning inspection report has been no easy feat but the newly-appointed Chief Fire Officer (CFO) is ‘delighted’ with the progress which has been made.
Weston General Hospital marked 70 years of the NHS with a tea party on July 5.
A summer reading challenge will be launched in North Somerset’s libraries tomorrow (Saturday).
Sedgemoor District Council (SDC) member Mike Cresswell attended an open day to take a look at a tennis club’s new facilities.
A Berrow dog owner and her pet have been shortlisted for another award.
A popular tourist attraction is undergoing £100,000 worth of refurbishment work in order for it to reopen fully to the public.
Fancy cars, summer fairs and deck-spinning DJs are just a few things to watch and enjoy this weekend.
Changes could be made to Weston’s conservation areas to attract town centre investment which could pay for improving shopfronts.
A skunk has escaped its enclosure in a Somerset village.
Keen gardeners can win prizes in Weston Horticultural Society’s competition.
A man has been charged by police after a police horse and officer were attacked in Weston-super-Mare town centre this week.
Applications have been flooding in for the Go Kids Go! campaign as it enters its final week for submissions.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has lent his support to efforts to ‘save Weston’s A&E’.
A police sergeant has admitted the force ‘is not winning the battle’ against boy racers and traveller encampments.
Petrolheads will gather in Weston at the weekend for a modified car show.
A new street food market will come to Weston-super-Mare in August to tantalize taste buds.
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