Plans to turn a former aerospace factory into a housing estate have been changed.
Lucky charities and schools have received vital funds thanks to the endeavours of Yeo Valley Lions.
One of the biggest housing developments planned for Claverham in many years will be debated next week.
A former factory faces being bulldozed to make way for 77 new homes.
A public meeting will be held tonight (Thursday) over plans to open a school in Yatton.
A week on from Weston’s festival, eyes were again cast skywards as a model air show drew a large crowd of people to Yatton at the weekend.
A gorgeous bank holiday weekend was rounded off in style as the sun shone on Claverham for its May Day fair.
A housing developer’s U-turn on building over pleasant green fields has been welcomed by campaigners.
A Claverham care home has been praised for its high standards by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Plans to build homes on the site of a former factory and nearby fields have been scaled down following criticism.
A dramatic U-turn on plans to build homes over a community field were revealed on Monday.
Children in Claverham are enjoying new play equipment, largely thanks to the hard work of one of the pupils parents.
A former factory site faces demolition and being replaced by about 100 homes.
A property developer has agreed to buy a factory plant in Claverham.
Voters have a chance to shape their community’s future when polls open next week.
Villagers are being urged to vote in next month’s referendum.
Hundreds of pounds have been raised for Great Western Air Ambulance Charity thanks to dozens of dancers.
A referendum will be held next year to decide whether a plan which will shape a village’s future development should be adopted.
Villagers in Claverham have just 48 hours left to make comments about a neighbourhood plan which will shape the area’s future.
A village green has been given legal protection against development.
More energy-efficient street lights will be put up across Claverham and Yatton over the next eight months.
Model plane enthusiasts gathered for a spectacular two-day festival in North Somerset at the weekend.
A neighbourhood plan designed to shape the future of Claverham has received crucial backing.
People in three villages who are struggling living with financial problems are being urged to apply for a small cash grant over the next few weeks.
The weather has started to brighten up in the past few days and with summer seeming to have finally arrived at long last, the weekend proved the perfect time for a village church fete.
A former restaurant in Claverham has been put up for sale for £350,000.
Claverham’s new neighbourhood plan has taken a step closer to becoming a reality.
A new village sign has been installed in Claverham, after it was revealed the village’s previous boundary sign was wrongly positioned.
A North Somerset village got into the Christmas spirit slightly early this year, at a festive market for charity.
People battling to protect two village fields against future housing development claim the area in question is an ‘asset’ to their community.
A public enquiry to decide whether fields in Claverham should be designated as a village green will begin next week.
A community group in a North Somerset village has been praised for the way it has constructed a document which will help shape future house-building in the area.
Police want to speak to this man after jewellery, a mountain bike and car keys were stolen during a burglary in Claverham.
Villagers in Claverham say they are looking forward to a ‘positive future’, after a developer scrapped its plans to build dozens of homes on green fields on the edge of the community.
Flying fans enjoyed an action-packed weekend at the Woodspring Wings Model Aeroplane Club’s annual show – which also featured a fly-past from the world-famous Red Arrows.
Children at a North Somerset primary school made the
most of last week’s good
weather by taking part in a fun day and picnic in their playground.
People in Claverham fear building in some areas of the village could lead to ‘disastrous consequences’, after heavy rainfall caused the village’s main road to flood.
Plans to develop a brownfield site and create youth facilities in Claverham have been proposed by villagers who want to regain a ‘modicum of control’ over their community’s future.
North Somerset Council has apologised after a disabled man was faced with losing an important benefit due to problems with the authority’s online services.
People living in Claverham are being urged to have their say on the future of the village, before a consultation on the community’s neighbourhood plan document expires on Sunday.
Children at a North Somerset primary school have some new animals to care for after their school farm became home to a group of 10-week-old piglets.
A community preschool has paid tribute to the ‘hard work’ of its staff and parents after receiving an outstanding rating from education watchdog Ofsted.
FESTIVE gifts and children’s games were enjoyed by visitors to a village Christmas market on Saturday.
CAMPAIGNERS fighting against a developer’s plan to build dozens of houses in a North Somerset village are hoping a landmark court ruling will give their plight a significant boost.
More than £7,000 has been raised for local charities by Yeo Valley Lions Club.
CHILDREN and parents at a village school turned out to enjoy a fun day at the weekend.
A CLAVERHAM author has released her first novel.
A revised plan to build new homes in Claverham does not solve problems over road safety or a lack of jobs, school places or GP services according to villagers.
VILLAGERS say they are worried a large scale housing development on a greenfield site could threaten the area’s bat population.
MORE than 50 people turned up to a meeting to voice their concerns at the prospect of speculative housing applications ‘besieging’ their village.
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