A primary school did not let the lockdown stop youngsters from celebrating St Georges Day.
A market featured on TV show Dragons’ Den has branched out to North Somerset.
A St Georges fundraiser finished as a finalist in the in dementia friendly awards.
A business has purchased a nursing home near Weston.
A new group to tackle social isolation has been set up in St George’s.
More than £1,000 was raised at a festive fair at the weekend.
Volunteers who help run a community centre have issued a warning after groups of children have engaged in repeated acts of antisocial behaviour.
Two step-sisters have raised money for charity by selling their handmade creations.
Medics at a Worle GP surgery will move to a new site next week.
A play area in Worle has had part of its equipment destroyed in ‘an act of mindless vandalism’.
Villagers were taught important life-saving skills at the weekend.
‘Fire, poo and condoms’ which have blighted a new £110,000 play area have seen more than £2,000 worth of repairs in less than a year since it opened.
Changes to two bus routes in Weston-super-Mare will come into force at the end of next week.
Part of a children’s play area was ‘deliberately’ set on fire causing up to £1,500 worth of damage.
A café which aims to give people with dementia and their carers some time out has opened at a medical practice in St Georges.
Animals and a fire engine were taken along to a family fun day in St Georges.
The ‘good work’ done in creating a much-needed play park has been ‘spoilt’ after skips and building equipment were left behind and the area became too muddy to use.
Delicious treats were on offer alongside arts and crafts at an event in St Georges at the weekend.
A NEW £110,000 play area created by North Somerset Council will be officially opened tomorrow (Friday).
CHILDREN wore red, white and blue to school in St Georges on Friday in tribute to Battle of Britain veterans.
STUDENTS at one primary school in Weston-super-Mare have hatched plans to become authors thanks to an inspiring visit by one children’s writer.
THE summer holidays are upon us and another set of eager year six students are preparing for their first day at secondary school in September.
ONE deputy headteacher is swapping her classroom in North Somerset for one in Washington DC.
ONE parish council is hoping volunteers will donate their time and labour to help spruce up their community by working alongside people in the Community Payback scheme.