A cave in Cheddar Gorge will undergo a refurbishment for the first time in 25 years.
Some beautiful natural shots were submitted to iwitness this week by many of Weston-super-Mare’s keen photographers, here’s a round-up of the best.
A North Somerset brewery has announced the appointment of two new bosses.
A 17-year-old from Uphill is raising money for the Alzheimer’s Society by having his head shaved at a charity ball next month.
The Helicopter Museum in Weston-super-Mare has launched new activities for schoolchildren this year.
A witness appeal has been launched after a man indecently exposed himself to a woman on the Strawberry Line.
Campaigners have warned the UK is facing ‘rural digital apartheid’ if a major connectivity programme continues to ‘fail’ to provide superfast broadband.
A street dance troupe visited youngsters in a North Somerset village to share their skills and poass on some dancing tips.
The ‘good work’ done in creating a much-needed play park has been ‘spoilt’ after skips and building equipment were left behind and the area became too muddy to use.
A double ceremony was held to mark the opening of Weston-super-Mare Crematorium in 1966 and since then thousands of people have said goodbye to their loved ones within its walls.
‘Unaffordable’ family trips during the six-week summer holidays and sporadic inset days have sparked calls for school holidays to be staggered in North Somerset.
Young people are being asked to organise something for their community in exchange for grants of up to £500.
Weston-super-Mare MP John Penrose has urged a developer to withdraw its application to build 141 homes in a North Somerset village, saying the plans ‘torpedo the democratic will of local residents’.
A widowed shopkeeper committed suicide on the anniversary of his wife’s birthday, an inquest found.
A former café owner has celebrated her 100th birthday.
Many of us have heard the inspirational stories of those who fought – and often died – overseas during the two world wars to help keep peace at home, but not everyone knows about the hard work others who kept us safe on the home front.
A Formula Ford which was damaged in a crash at Silverstone in November is being repaired by staff and students at Weston College.
The boss of Weston-super-Mare’s McDonald’s restaurants visited Priory Community School in Worle to give its entrepreneurs’ club a spot of advice.
The campaign to save Weston-super-Mare’s Birnbeck Pier was boosted by funds raised at a recent craft fair.
People of Weston-super-Mare got to show off their various talents during a jam-packed show at a church on Friday night.
Big crowds of music fans turned out to enjoy the launch of Weston-super-Mare’s Hazy Days Festival on Saturday.
The South West’s biggest rail provider has responded to critics by winning its highest ever satisfaction levels in a recent survey.
Heavy rain is expected to hit Weston-super-Mare this weekend, prompting the Met Office to issue a weather warning.
A free weight loss group especially for men has re-launched in Weston-super-Mare.
A former teacher and mayor of Axbridge is suing a North Somerset private school, claiming he contracted an incurable lung disease after being exposed to
asbestos in the science labs.
A 20-year-old man who committed suicide in Worle Recreation Ground was ‘full of smiles’ the last time he was seen by his loving mum.
The people of Congresbury turned out in their droves on Saturday as the village celebrated the bard of Scotland with a Burns’ Night
Teenagers spent their weekend back at school to take part in an unusual revision session hosted in Worle.
The family of a 14-year-old Weston-super-Mare boy who was killed by a train this week have released a tribute to their son.
A children’s party was held in Weston-super-Mare at the weekend and the guest of honour was Queen Elsa, from Disney’s Frozen.
Medical services in the South West spent millions on ‘preventable’ illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease last year, according to health bosses.
Housing developments planned for Congresbury, Langford and Yatton – totalling more than 400 homes – should be allowed to go ahead, North Somerset Council’s planning department has said.
A student from Weston College visited 10 Downing Street to meet David Cameron and take part in his community engagement forum.
A 14-year-old Worle boy was killed after being hit by a train at a foot crossing yesterday (Monday).
A river of orange could be seen in the corridors at Herons’ Moor Academy as part of a fundraising event.
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