Weston News

A new vision for Weston to make it a healthier, greener and more prosperous place to live has been endorsed by council leaders.

Empty noticeboards in Weston and Clevedon are being given a new lease of life with vibrant poster artworks created by artists in the area, as part of an initiative organised by Culture Weston and Weston Artspace.

A Weston businessman has been shortlisted for an accolade in the Great British Entrepreneur Awards.

A five-bedroom detached family home, backing onto Weston Woods and offering extensive views over Weston, Worle and beyond.

A Somerset pub and hotel has closed after one of its visitors has tested positive for coronavirus.

A female cyclist has died following a collision with a car in Somerset.

A staff member at a North Somerset medical practice has tested positive for coronavirus.

Bristol Airport has submitted an appeal against its rejected expansion plan.

A staff member at a Somerset restaurant and takeaway has tested positive for coronavirus.

Liam Fox has backed calls for the introduction of Covid-19 testing at Bristol Airport for arriving passengers.

A student at a Somerset school has tested positive for coronavirus today (Thursday).

Staff from a North Somerset school are ‘thrilled’ to see students return to classrooms and have thanked parents for putting their trust in them.

A Weston-super-Mare theatre is putting on a socially distanced performance of Sleeping Beauty for Christmas to enable fans to enjoy the magic of pantomime.

Weston College has made wearing face masks compulsory for all staff and students in common spaces as the coronavirus infection rate in people under 30 rises.

Police have launched an appeal to find a wanted man who lives in Weston-super-Mare.

Street artists from across the South West came together over the weekend to add their inimitable style to a row of hoardings in Weston.

Council leaders in North Somerset are calling for improved access to coronavirus tests locally following reports of people being sent hundreds of miles away.

Council leaders have warned of future budget cuts as the authority faces an ‘unprecedented challenge’ due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The courage of ‘the few’ will be remembered today (Tuesday, September 15) as the nation marks the 80th anniversary of Battle of Britain Day.

For the past six months, employers and employees have been adapting to ways of working from home. The green light has now been given to many people to go back to offices safely. From flexible hours and staggered starting times to deep cleaning, we’re getting ready for new ways of working.

A Weston duo has launched a petition campaigning for a 24/7 A&E department at Weston General Hospital.

An organisation which cares for people in their own homes is holding a memory walk in Weston on Sunday to help people suffering from dementia.

Dedicated supporters took part in the Mini Mendip raising more than £15,000 for Weston Hospicecare.

A 14-year-old girl has been hit across the head with a glass bottle on a cycle path in Weston.

Members of the sandwich generation, (those in their 40s, 50s and 60s) who are bringing up children while also providing care for their parents, face increased financial strain in the best of times, says expert James Cridland, director of North Somerset company Coleridge Wealth Management.

A Weston couple and their wedding guests battled wild fires which threatened to tear through the Greek villa where they were due to tie the knot.

The popular Nailsea Charity Walks and Runs event will take place virtually this year due to an increase in coronavirus cases in North Somerset.

A Somerset library is offering a new service after its recent reopening.

A talk club where men can chat openly about their battle to cope with modern day life has launched in Weston.

British Airways (BA) staff are calling on Weston’s MP to join more than 230 MPs who have pledged to review BA’s ‘fire and rehire’ policy on thousands of its staff.

New laws come into force from Monday which bans social gatherings of more than six people across England.

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.

An outdoor preschool could be built on the outskirts of Weston.

Weston Hospicecare has cancelled its Moonlight Beach Walk due to a rise in coronavirus cases in North Somerset.

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