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The South West’s gymnastics community is set to receive support from British Gymnastics, with the governing body announcing a number of significant measures to help delivery providers, participants and the wider community return to the sport safely and with confidence.

Becky McMillan and novice bowler Tim Wyatt top the St Andrews Covid-19 Open Pairs League after the first week.

Weston AC are the second sports club, after Hornets, to help The Luhimba Project by sending shirts from their Christmas Cracker race to aid the charity and help runner and chief volunteer Paul Temple.

Ashcombe Park Bowling Club have been enjoying the exceptional weather since the reopening of their outdoor greens following the easing of restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic.

Uphill Badminton Club has been one of the largest in the South West region for the last 20/25 years, combining it’s senior and junior sections.

Weston Badminton Club entered a brand new team and brand new sponsor into the North Somerset League this past season.

Bookmakers issued a mixed report as British racing returned from a 76-day absence, with most firms describing trade as brisk.

Uphill Badminton Club has been one of the largest in the South West for the last 20/25 years combining it’s senior and junior sections.

Uphill Badminton Club have become one of the largest clubs in the South West in the last 20-25 years combining senior and junior sections.

A fixture list outlining meetings to the end of June will be published by the British Horseracing Authority on Friday, with 72-hour declarations employed until further notice.

British Gymnastics has launched a #PresentForPounds fundraising campaign to recognise and support the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.

Weston Open Badminton Club began the new season with a brand new sponsor in AC Commercial Cleaning and a new team as they began life in Division Five of the North Somerset League.

Uphill Badminton Club spotted a gap in the local badminton scene for some mass participation tournaments in April 2014.

Here’s our Bank Holiday Weekend Big Football Quiz. Why not download it, print it off and have a competition amongst your footballing friends - albeit while observing social distancing rules during the pandemic-crisis times we are all living through - who will prove to be the brightest of all football followers? There are 200 points up for grabs!

Weston’s Splitz Gymnastics Club attended the South West Acrobatic Prelims at Yate just before the lockdown.

Weston Open began the season by putting three teams, sponsored by local businesses, into the North Somerset League mixed competition.

On April 29, I completed my first year in the role as an apprentice sports reporter for the Weston Mercury and sister title North Somerset Times.

A Weston cricketer and hockey player has raised over £1,000 for the Mind and Somerset Mind charities.

Club captain Mark Edwards says “it has been great to be part of“ Uphill Badminton Club, which has long been one of the largest in the South West.

Weston’s European Le Mans 24-hour driver Ryan Cullen said he was pleased to have been part of a “great initiative and help a good cause” in the British Racing Drivers half marathon to raise money for the National Health Service, writes Josh Thomas.

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