North Somerset Council has announced the suspension of four bus services.
Hundreds of people are set to descend on Hutton to celebrate the ancient West Country tradition of wassail.
A family has released a touching tribute in memory of a ‘local legend’ who was known for her flower arranging skills in the district.
Approximately 800 drivers were caught speeding a day in Hutton, prompting calls for a 20mph limit to be introduced.
A village charity is celebrating 20 years of partnership with a village in Africa.
A timber company’s well-attended bluebell walk has raised hundreds of pounds for Cancer Research UK.
Hard-working volunteers in Hutton have been rewarded with a third horticultural gold medal in as many years.
Roads ripped apart and people evacuated from their houses during the most devastating floods on record, reporter Eleanor Young looks back after 50 years.
Athletic pupils at schools across North Somerset raised cash for Sport Relief on Friday.
A woman who has taken on the role of dinner lady, lollipop lady and learning assistant at Hutton Primary School has said her final goodbyes after working there for almost 30 years.
Year six children at one village primary school finished the year with a ‘fantastic’ production of Olivia – a twist on Charles Dickens’ classic tale Oliver Twist.
A village drama group will have their audience in stitches this weekend when they perform Paradise Lost And Found.
Weston Hospicecare received an influx of donations after a drop in and drop off session was held in Hutton.
It is a little more than 40 years since Hutton Village Hall opened and dozens of weddings, funerals, birthday parties, barn dances and fundraisers have taken place within its walls – making it the hub of the community.
Flooding in Hutton is continuing to worsen and has now spread to at least two homes in the village, which is near Weston-super-Mare.
A Hutton preschool has been told it requires improvement by Ofsted – but its manager says changes have been made.
The beautiful floral displays across Hutton have been recognised by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS).
GLITTERING saris, head-dresses and colourful posters were part of a special celebration at a village hall.