More people in North Somerset could benefit from a share of a £100,000 cash boost available to health and wellbeing groups in the area.
It is not every day a Weston business owner is met with faces from the big screen painted on the wall outside of their building.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a man was seriously injured following an altercation in Weston-super-Mare.
A North Somerset couple feels they have been left unsupported by the British Embassy after a mob ransacked and destroyed their holiday lodge and set fire to their car in Ethiopia.
Lorries from a housing development in Banwell are posing a threat to other road users.
Entries for Somerset’s 16th annual Business Awards have opened, with new categories and an awards ceremony planned for March.
A 31-year-old man has been arrested in connection with two robberies in Congresbury as well as driving while on drugs.
A Weston woman hopes to raise £1,000 for a humanitarian charity by eating food similar to people living in Syrian refugee camps.
The family of a former crew member of Weston RNLI have helped realise their late relative’s ambition to have a publicly accessible heart defibrillator at the lifeboat station.
Banwell Football Club has donated more than 400 pieces of kit to the Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline Charity which supports sick children affected by the nuclear disaster of 1986.
Angry parents in Winscombe are petitioning for the reinstatement of a school bus service after it was suddenly withdrawn without consultation.
The Weston mayor was among those who attended a service to mark the 75th anniversary of VJ Day at the war memorial in Grove Park.
Award-winning Yeo Valley Canteen and Organic Garden in Blagdon has been named 2020 Travelers’ Choice and ranked in the top 10 per cent of hospitality businesses.
A grieving mum is devastated after discovering her baby’s grave was vandalised in Weston Crematorium.
Churchill Academy and Sixth Form says it ‘could not be prouder’ of its talented students as A-level results were released.
The King Alfred School, an Academy (TKASA), in Highbridge, has celebrated its students A-Level results today (Thursday).
A Weston salon that had opened just three weeks prior to lockdown is being thanked for taking part in a national initiative that offered a day’s free service to frontline NHS workers.
Burrington Primary School is celebrating after recently being awarded the gold level Space Education Quality Mark.
People are being asked to help fill the kindness garden in Clarence Park with rocks decorated with pictures and positive messages which will encourage others.
Ambitious plans to cut the number of cars on North Somerset’s roads by 50,000 a year have been revealed in a bid to reduce emmissions.
The RNLI shop at Anchor Head in Weston will reopen for business on Saturday since being closed at the start of lockdown.
Police have closed a house where more than £9,000 worth of drugs have been seized during a search yesterday (Wednesday).
The garden of positivity at Grove Park is filling up with rocks decorated with words of encouragement.
Bleadon Farm Shop has remained opened throughout the pandemic and expanded it services by offering free local delievery and opening a new butchery.
A former Weston journalist has collaborated with a critically-acclaimed American author to tell her story through an inspiring memoir.
The three-step plan - Get prepared> Stay safe> Let’s travel – gives travellers a guide of the extra measures that have been put in place, to protect customers and staff from the risk of becoming infected at the Airport.
A Channel Islands Airline, based at Bristol Airport, is set to welcome back customers with a new brand identity.
Three businesses in Burnham have been force to close just days after reopening due to new cases of coronavirus.
Rock gardens have been set up in Weston displaying positive messages painted by locals to encourage others in the community.
A North Somerset family has celebrated the arrival of a fifth generation in lockdown.