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North Somerset Council could purchase Weston's dilapidated Birnbeck Pier.

A new restaurant has opened in Weston replacing the former Grove Bistro.

North Somerset Council is set to receive a cash boost from central government to help parish councils develop new neighbourhood plans.

A former Weston public house, which has been closed for more than two years, has reopened as a restaurant.

Gardeners will have to pay £50 a year to have their green waste collected in future.

The M5 at Weston is experiencing congestion this afternoon following a collision.

Students from Worle Community School Academy showed off their culinary skills in a tough cookery competition similar to the BBC's MasterChef TV series.

Weston Town Council is urging the Royal British Legion (RBL) to reconsider the closure of Somerset Legion House.

Engaged couples can view one of the region's top wedding venues in preparation for their big day.

Almost 100 workers at a factory in Weston downed tools in solidarity with a fellow worker, who had been dismissed in Birmingham.

Tesco shoppers will have the opportunity to support a project that aims to improve the Mendip Hills and the community's health and wellbeing.

A planning application has received almost 300 objections after villagers raise environmental concerns.

A dozen people have graduated from the Bakers Dolphin Driving School in Weston, launched to tackle a national coach driver shortage in the UK.

Nursing home purchased

Friday, January 24, 2020

A business has purchased a nursing home near Weston.

A campaign group has been successful in its efforts to see improved safety measures at a level crossing following the death of one of their friends.

There is plenty to do in and around Weston this weekend.

Generous students have donated an incredible one tonne worth of goodies to Weston Foodbank.

Weston Town Council has agreed to increase its precept by 27 per cent to crack down on crime and antisocial behaviour and to pay for village orderlies.

Hutton Drama Club will perform a family-fun pantomime this weekend.

A decision on whether Bristol Airport will expand to cater for 12 million passengers a year will be made next month.

A group which supports local business is back this weekend with its first wellbeing event.

Families headed to Hutton on the weekend to join in the annual traditional wassail ceremony.

Worle students are celebrating two years on the Weston Youth Council with a raft of new measures for the town.

Gallery PICTURES: Wassailing in Congresbury

Thursday, January 23, 2020

An ancient Somerset tradition returned to a village at the weekend.

The RSPCA has launched an appeal to find the owner of Marley, a 12-year-old dog found abandoned in Bleadon.

A charity shop which raises funds to prevent animal cruelty will close next month.

More than 1,000 patients were left waiting more than four hours in Weston General Hospital's A&E department in December as the hospital failed to meet its targets.

A Yatton landlord has been jailed following the breach of a court order.

A groundbreaking scheme has been set up in North Somerset to provide foster carers and children with an extended family network.

A cider farm enjoyed its 25th anniversary wassail at the weekend, which has been described as a 'great success' by organisers.

A drugs raid in Weston town centre found an estimated 700 cannabis plants.

Volunteers have collected 50 bags of dog poo during a cleaning operation in a Weston park.

A group has been set up to support Muslim and refugee women in Weston.

Police are not treating the sudden death of a woman in a Somerset village on Saturday evening as suspicious.

Weston Civic Society has presented awards for excellence in architecture.

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