A concern for the wider community, as well as for its service users, prompted a Weston care home to provide and distribute care packages for vulnerable people who are housebound due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Police are celebrating after successfully turning the fortunes around for several problem properties in a Somerset town.
Specsavers has announced it has suspended all routine testing in Somerset for the foreseeable future and will only offer essential and urgent care.
A man has been disinfecting cash machines, parking metres and shop doorways in Weston for free.
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An unlikely suspect was found ‘breaking quarantine’ and ‘swanning around’ on the M5 yesterday.
Four more coronavirus cases were diagnosed in North Somerset yesterday (Monday).
The Government’s chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance has said the coronavirus pandemic will deepen over the next two to three weeks.
A headteacher in Yatton has devised a way of keep their students engaged with learning, even during lockdown.
Currently stock levels are described as ‘good’, however, regular donors are needed to maintain them during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Mercury has compiled a list of useful numbers to help people find support during the coronavirus pandemic.
Care workers are in desperate need of masks, disposable gloves, aprons and hand sanitiser to protect them from coronavirus.
The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in North Somerset has risen to 32.
Police and local authorities have been given new powers to take action against people and businesses who are not following lockdown rules.
More than 400,000 people have signed up as volunteers for the NHS to help people with underlying health conditions who have been told to self-isolate.
A new support service has been launched by North Somerset Council to link people in need to the fantastic support being offered by communities.
A homeless cause is urging people to come forward to volunteer their time in Weston.
This year’s Weston Air Festival has been cancelled due to the corinavirus pandemic.
Weston Lions has announced its joint project with the Mercury, Go Kids Go!, has been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
As the UK enters a three-week lockdown period, what will North Somerset Council do to protect the district’s homeless population?
Restaurants in Weston are still serving customers and supporting people in isolation by offering takeaway services and selling essential items.
During the these uncertain times, a Weston-based Facebook group have decided to spread some joy through rainbow-themed art.
Another case of coronavirus has been recorded in North Somerset, official figures show.
One of the most striking natural landmarks in Somerset has closed amid coronavirus uncertainty.
The Police and Crime Commissioner is to host a live Facebook to answer questions concerning coronavirus today.
Weston’s mayor will continue in the role for another year.
Youngsters have been showcasing their creative sides while they have been off school during the coronavirus outbreak.
The fire service is urging communities to reduce demands on public services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Residents in Weston and North Somerset are being warned to be on their guard against coronavirus scams.
An animal adventure park has launched a virtual farming experience to lift people’s spirits during coronavirus uncertainty.
Weston Mosque held a mass prayer congregation regarding coronavirus.
A home and garage have been burgled in Congresbury.
A Weston-super-Mare taxi firm is offering to pick up people’s shopping if they are unable to go out to buy supplies.
A tourism service aimed at attracting visitors to Weston-super-Mare is urging people to ‘stay away’ from the town.
A Weston business is adapting to ‘difficult times’ amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Eat:Festivals will launch a virtual festival due to the spread of COVID-19.
Car parks, play areas and recycling centres in North Somerset have closed today following last night’s government announcement.
A support group has been set up in Weston to help people who are isolated due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Gold rings, gold necklaces and £5,000 in cash were stolen from a Weston home.
Coach drivers from a Weston-based company are to work as ambulance drivers following the cancellation of all national and international travel due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A patient has died from coronavirus at Weston General Hospital.
Vandals stole and deliberately set fire to a supermarket delivery van.
Worle’s Homebase store will remain open.