Review: March 2009
PUBLISHED: 10:09 01 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:30 25 May 2010
March: Play area hit by offensive graffiti – The facility in Teignmouth Road in Clevedon was vandalised.
Play area hit by offensive graffiti - The facility in Teignmouth Road in Clevedon was vandalised. Phone numbers and comments about gay sex were written on play equipment.
Cleaners shut by fire - Fire destroyed a cleaning store in Portishead. The blaze at Cleaner Clothes Shop is thought to have started in a tumble drier.
Holly's 999 action after mum's stroke - Holly Timms, aged eight, sounded the alarm when her mother collapsed. To recognise her quick thinking, Holly was given Nailsea Town Council's community award.
Historical Tithe Barn wins £500,000 grant - Cash was given by Heritage Lottery Fund to renovate the medieval building. Town council chairman Mary Ponsonby said the work would 'save a priceless part of Nailsea heritage for future generations'.
Noah impresses Emma and Dustin - Flax Bourton actor Noah Marullo filmed with Emma Thompson and Dustin Hoffman for the movie Last Chance Harvey. The nine-year-old spent five days filming in London.
Wacky, wonderful world of books - Fairfield School pupils dressed as their favourite characters for World Book Day. Included in the throng were The Cat In The Hat and Sherlock Holmes.