Thatchers Cider has announced the upcoming premiere of its latest TV advert, narrated by comedian Bill Bailey.
Thatcher Cider’s first non-alcoholic cider took two years to craft on Myrtle Farm.
The route was partly closed on June 29 and 30 due to maintenance work.
North Somerset Council has confirmed resurfacing works will go ahead on the Strawberry Line as part of an ongoing maintenance arrangement.
The Sanford cidermakers will celebrate South West Cider Week virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic.
From the cidermakers who brought you Haze, Gold, Rose and Lemon.
Thatchers have described the flavour as ‘doing its own zing’.
Thatchers Cider has announced a partnership with an award-winning marketing agency as they look to expand their audience across the UK.
Family-run cider maker, Thatchers, is hosting a careers day on February 8.
A family has released a touching tribute in memory of a ‘local legend’ who was known for her flower arranging skills in the district.
Impressive handicrafts and floral displays were on display at Sandford’s summer show.
A children’s play area is being set up at a retirement home in Winscombe after the success of a Channel 4 TV show.
Roadworks will be carried out today (Wednesday) across the district, after North Somerset Council delayed work scheduled yesterday ‘due to rain’.
Councillors in Sandford have objected to a proposal to build 93 homes next to a site where 118 houses are already being built.
Thatchers Cider has been showing off what is great about our area this week, by hosting Somerset Day celebrations at The Railway Inn.
A 118-home scheme earmarked for Sandford has been criticised by North Somerset Council’s planning committee.
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.
MONTHS of extensive redevelopment have come to an end and Thatchers has opened the doors of The Railway Inn, Cider House and Kitchen.
DEVELOPERS behind a 118-home proposal in a North Somerset village insist their plan is ‘appropriate,’ despite opposition from hundreds of residents.
A PROPOSED housing development which could increase the size of a North Somerset village by a third has been scaled down after planners encoutered fierce opposition from residents.