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.
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.
A former farming building will become a gym.
More than 50 homes will be built in a village after councillors made a U-turn on their original decision of refusing a planning application.
The Banwell farm reopened July 10 but still referred to this year as a financial write off due to the coronavirus.
The route of the long-awaited Banwell bypass has been confirmed as part of a £97million funding package.
More than 50 homes will not be built in a village after councillors refused the plan.
Plans to build more than 50 homes in a village have been deferred.
Wrington Primary students bagged themselves first place in the 2020 Youth Speaks competition.
People are being encouraged to complete a survey which will determine the way Somerset tackles climate change in the future.
Hundreds of plastic ducks raced down a river in aid of a scouts group on Boxing Day.
A decision over whether a housing estate can be built on the edge of Banwell has been postponed to allow councillors to visit the site.
Naturalist and television presenter Sir David Attenborough has inspired children in Banwell to think about the environment by writing to them.
A Banwell woman who went missing earlier this week has been found safe and well, Avon and Somerset Constabulary have revealed.
Three roads in Banwell will be closed for resurfacing this month.
More than 20 people put on high-vis jackets and got our their litter-pickers to give Banwell a spring clean at the weekend.
Leaders at a village church are working to secure its future by opening new spaces which can be used by the whole community.
The outside space at Banwell Children’s Centre is set to be improved.
Warning signs which flash when drivers are speeding show more than 12,000 cars a week are speeding through Banwell.
A charity which rescues owls and birds of prey has re-launched a £45,000 campaign to help it find a new home.
Children at one North Somerset primary school had a more exciting Monday than usual this week, when it held its Christmas fair.
A house in Banwell has become part of a tribute to the armed forces put together by street artist D-NEK.
Weston-super-Mare’s emergency services joined forces with a village football team on Sunday in aid of a six-year-old girl, who needs an operation to help her walk.
Police are increasing high-visibility patrols in Banwell after five collisions in one road.
A Government planning inspector heard final before going away to make a decision on whether or not to allow a 155-home development in Banwell.
An outline planning application for 44 homes in Banwell has been submitted to North Somerset Council.
Banwell Village Hall was filled to the brim with tasty fruit and veg and beautiful flowers this month.
A planning inquiry is being held to decide whether a developer can build 155 homes in Banwell.
Avon Owls, a charity based in Banwell, has launched a campaign to raise £45,000 to create a new rescue and rehabilitation centre.
North Somerset Council has defended the process it uses to determine housing applications after losing the right to decide whether three large developments should be given the go-ahead.
A FAMILY is raising money for a medical vest for their nine-year-old son with cystic fibrosis to help give him more independence.
BUDDING footballers have been practising their passing and tackling techniques at a summer soccer school.
AN APPLICATION to extend a 1,150-home development near Banwell by 400 houses has been submitted to North Somerset Council.
WHILE Americans were celebrating Independence Day people in one North Somerset village were enjoying its annual fun day.
THE cost of part of an ‘essential’ flood scheme has almost doubled – meaning North Somerset Council will have to fork out £1million more than it had originally planned.