A POLICE investigation has begun after equipment was stolen from a stable yard.
RECEPTION pupils at St Anne’s Primary School in West Wick held a medieval banquet for parents after being inspired by characters from Disney’s Frozen.
WESTON’S street warden team has praised a ‘brilliant’ town centre initiative which led to a wanted thief being jailed.
PUPILS at Winscombe Primary School were decked out in colours and patterns to raise awareness of Down’s syndrome on Friday.
STAFF and students at St Martin’s Primary School were encouraged to choose two wheels instead of four as part of the Big Pedal 2015.
BIG brand clothes and shoe shops, national chain restaurants and improved amenities all figure on Mercury readers’ wishlist for Weston’s Sovereign Shopping Centre – and the good news is that its new owners agree.
A DRUGS worker who battled a 25-year addiction will run the London Marathon to give back to the charity she now works for.
FILMS which unite the people of Weston to ‘celebrate, reflect, challenge and be inspired’ will feature in a new festival set to launch this spring.
A TEENAGER from Weston who could not read or spell simple words has been labelled as an ‘inspiration’ by Richard Branson after battling severe dyslexia to turn her life around.
IT WAS a windy weekend, but the next two days are poised to be just as blustery.
PEOPLE from Weston are being encouraged to have a rummage around in their attics ahead of the BBC’s popular antiques show, Flog It, coming to the town.
The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between March 3-12:
FAMILY and friends of a Weston woman who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) have rallied to raise more than £6,000 for charity in her honour.
Weston’s General Election candidates are gearing up to take part in a village hustings event next month.
WESTON’S sea cadet unit has been busy fundraising for its activities by holding an arts and crafts fair.
AS THE chilly winter air makes way for some warmer weather, nature has reacted accordingly and offered us a bounty of springtime colours this week.
AN INDUSTRIAL supplier is celebrating 20 years of success in Weston and has just doubled the size of its premises.
THE best spring flowers were recognised at a village’s annual show.
A five-year-old girl, who was born with Down’s syndrome, has taken part in a charity haircut to dispel negative myths surrounding the condition.
THE country was plunged into semi-darkness on Friday, prompting people from across North Somerset to take a break from their daily routine to do a spot of stargazing.
WORLE History Society has just started a year-long exhibition at the library in The Maltlings.
ROAD safety is a top priority for Avon and Somerset police to tackle over the next two years.
A WORLE pub has reopened its doors after it was taken over by new managers and fully refurbished.
A ‘VULNERABLE’ disabled pensioner was knocked to the ground and punched and kicked in a ‘horrendous’ road rage incident in Weston.
WORLEWIND Band performed a concert in memory of ‘much missed’ charity supporter Mike Stewart at St Paul’s Church on Saturday.
ONE hundred guests at a black-tie dinner were entertained by ‘the usual wit and charm’ of author and politician Jeffrey Archer this week.
CAMPAIGNERS are celebrating after Government proposals to set village hall licensing fees locally were scrapped.
A MAN accused of raping a Weston mother and her five-year-old daughter has been acquitted of all charges this week.
PUPILS at a North Somerset primary school have been busy rehearsing one of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s most famous musicals.
The boss of Sandford-based cider company Thatchers has said he is ‘delighted’ at plans announced in the 2015 budget to cut cider duty by two per cent.
BUDDING photographers made the most of the eclipse on Friday, capturing some stunning images of the phenomenon.
WITH the Easter holidays looming, many Streetlife users are turning their attention to the state of Weston’s beaches.
A FESTIVAL which brings together people of all ages has been given £15,000 in grant funding to bring the event back for a second year.
A POLICE officer hit her head on concrete after she was assaulted by a drunk man in Weston’s High Street.
VILLAGERS were able to try their hand at poker or take a gamble on the roulette table in Cleeve at the weekend.
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