A PRESCHOOL in Worle has been labelled as ‘inadequate’ after children were found to have left the premises on their own.
A SERIES of chicken-keeping workshops have taken place in Yatton.
A CELEBRITY wine expert has visited Weston-super-Mare as part of filming for hit TV show Saturday Kitchen.
A WESTON man raised more than £500 for Weston Hospicecare by completing a ‘once in a lifetime’ 15,000ft tandem skydive.
A 21-YEAR-OLD man remains in hospital after he was stabbed in broad daylight in a Weston-super-Mare street yesterday (Wednesday).
A TWO-YEAR-OLD girl has been rushed to hospital with head injuries after falling out of a window in Weston-super-Mare this morning (Thursday).
THE number of people claming benefits for unemployment in Weston-super-Mare has fallen by more than a third in the past year.
VISITORS of all ages flocked to a Somerset animal charity’s open weekend.
THE temporary chief constable at Avon and Somerset Constabulary is retiring after leading the force since its previous chief was suspended.
POST Office safes were blown open with explosives by thieves, and Weston’s water became undrinkable this week in 1965.
STAFF at Asda in Weston-super-Mare got groovy as part of a celebration of the company’s 50th birthday.
COASTGUARD rescue teams were called to Weston-super-Mare this morning (Thursday) after reports of a woman stuck in the mud.
A Worle man who is recovering from cancer has completed a 10-mile walk for Macmillan Cancer Support – a year to the day after he received his life-changing diagnosis.
THOUSANDS of people enjoyed beer, cider and live music at Weston Lions Club’s Real Ale Festival.
THE Prince Consort Gardens, which overlooks Birnbeck Pier, is the latest green space in Weston to be awarded Green Flag status.
A Weston youngster has donated her hair to a charity which provides wigs for children who are undergoing treatment for cancer.
Children at a Hewish holiday club put their baking skills to the test on Tuesday to make an array of tasty desserts.
Children at Sidcot Holiday Club channelledtheir inner artist when they took part in a variety of craft activities last week.
A Weston singer and keyboard player has spoken about the buzz he gets from playing the town’s clubs and hotels.
MENDIP Green Primary School in Worle held a business week for its pupils and they finished the year by spending their hard-earned cash.
SECONDARY school students were given a taste of the next stage in life at a series of taster sessions at Weston College.
SHOOTING, catapulting and fishing were just some of the activities on offer at New Orchard Farm in Hewish on Sunday.
Churchill Academy has launched a new partnership with Weston AFC to offer a way into the industry for young people pursuing a football career.
YEAR six pupils at a Congresbury school said goodbye to primary education at a leavers’ concert and service.
AN OLD smoking shed at a mental health care home has been transformed from a place for poor health choices to a fully-functioning gym.
‘LOVING and empathetic’ volunteers are needed to help a Somerset charity which cares for pets of the vulnerable and elderly.
DARK footpaths and alleyways are said to be ‘open ground’ for the sale of illegal drugs in Weston-super-Mare, where fear of arrest is ‘non-existent’, according to a senior councillor.
PEOPLE in North Somerset owe more than £11million in unpaid council tax and are said to be facing ‘serious consequences’, including visits from bailiffs, anxiety and sleepless nights.
POLICE are appealing for information after a late-night robbery in Weston-super-Mare.
A GIRLGUIDING unit has celebrated its 10th birthday with a party.
A £150,000 expansion including a third screen has been given the go-ahead at a Burnham cinema.
WORK to build a £110,000 play area will begin later this year with a skating zone, bike track, climbing net and zip wire all part of the winning design.
ANOTHER school year has ended and year six students are preparing to start secondary school in September.
POLICE are working to reduce rural crime in Cheddar by signing people up to farm and horse watch schemes.
A WESTON man, who was forced to stop working due to a number of ‘frustrating’ health problems, has been able to return to his much-loved entertainment career after being unable to work for five years.
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