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A ‘critical’ multi-million-pound project which will provide a secure water source to more than 280,000 people has almost been completed after 14 months.

Weston-super-Mare is half-way to achieving plastic-free coastline status, to recognise efforts taken to cut down on plastic pollution – and the Mercury is celebrating the businesses who have got on board.

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A Weston-super-Mare pastor has opened a T-shirt printing shop in the town.

Banwell will have a fish and chip shop for the first time in more than three decades, and the owner hopes it will help reinvigorate the village.

There is just one week remaining for new businesses to apply for the Eat: Festivals bursary.

Small business working at Hinkley Point C could be given a cash boost.

A cider-maker in North Somerset has taken steps to reduce its plastic packaging.

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