Yeo Valley chief executive, Tim Mead, has voiced his concern on the defeat of amendments to the Agriculture Bill.
Bath and West Showground will host two drive-in Christmas pantomimes this year, with a twist.
North Somerset’s Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Network will host a free-to-join online discussion tomorrow (Saturday) as part of Black History Month.
Uphill’s scarecrow festival continues to be popular with locals when hundreds recently took the scarecrow trail around the village and enjoyed its 13th annual event.
A Weston care company has celebrated long-serving staff who also worked throughout the pandemic.
Weston pupils chosen to take part in a campaign tackling knife crime have created short animations and will see their work displayed on buses, billboards and bus shelters in the town.
A former teacher turned author from Weston is enjoying living her childhood dream as she recently published her latest novel.
North Somerset Council has issued a warning regarding scammers targetting people who have lost their job during the pandemic.
The Grand Pier will shine pink throughout October in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Weston ramblers have 12 circular Mendip routes to explore during the pandemic following the publication of the book Mendipity.
Bristol Airport is set to host a car park Christmas unlike any other featuring car-aoke and other socially distanced events.
Three-day courses aimed at supporting Weston and North Somerset start-ups and business’ development has been launched by North Somerset Enterprise Agency (NSEA).
Winscombe Primary School has bid farewell to one of its longest-serving staff members, caretaker Mr Hine.
A drama group which takes theatre to care homes in Weston has received a £1,000 grant.
Keen photographers have been busy snapping atmospheric pictures around Weston.
Weston Museum has shared tips on how to make sour cream cheese with the help of an experiment in prehistoric cookery.
A Weston business is joining thousands of outlets supporting the coffee industry and raising funds for Project Waterfall by taking part in UK Coffee Week from October 19 to 25.
A Weston man trekked to the summit of Snowdon to raise money for charity in memory of his best friend who died last year due to heart complications.
A Weston woman is hoping to raise £2,000 by completing a virtual London marathon along the town’s sea front.
Bristol Airport will host the world’s first drive-in Christmas pantomime, with tickets available from today (Friday).
A prominent church in the centre of Weston has been forced to closed permanently due to financial difficulties.
A former Royal Marine Commando is undertaking a lone mission from John O’Groats to Land’s End, raising money for an online community of past and present military personnel and emergency service workers.
Work on a housing development in Langford is due to be completed soon.
Burnham and Highridge Town Council has asked for double yellow lines to be added to Ham Lane, off the B3139.
Lockdown has been tough for many and, aside from keyworkers, there may be one shining light – Zoom calls.
People living in Weston and nearby villages will be able to visit the pier for free again, thanks to a new loyalty card.
Bristol Airport flyers will be able to dine at SOHO Coffee after it opened in the departure lounge today (Thursday).
A property in Weston-super-Mare town centre has been shut down for a further three months due to frequent criminal activity at the address.
A cycle path in Weston will benefit from a £130,000 revamp as part of an improvement scheme for the area which starts on October 5.
Church services in Winscombe and Sandford are expected to go ahead, despite the latest Covid-19 restrictions.
Brean beach was a canvas for a world-renowned landscape artist who is supporting an international campaign for the return of a popular TV series filmed in the area.
Sandford cidermakers, Thatchers has announced a limited edition cider available only through a charity raffle.
Police are looking for three men following a collision at a petrol station in Weston when a man in his 50s was left with leg injuries.
Weston College has made wearing face masks compulsory for all staff and students in common spaces as the coronavirus infection rate in people under 30 rises.
It is not every day a Weston business owner is met with faces from the big screen painted on the wall outside of their building.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a man was seriously injured following an altercation in Weston-super-Mare.
A Weston woman hopes to raise £1,000 for a humanitarian charity by eating food similar to people living in Syrian refugee camps.
The family of a former crew member of Weston RNLI have helped realise their late relative’s ambition to have a publicly accessible heart defibrillator at the lifeboat station.
The Weston mayor was among those who attended a service to mark the 75th anniversary of VJ Day at the war memorial in Grove Park.
Thatchers Cider has announced the upcoming premiere of its latest TV advert, narrated by comedian Bill Bailey.
Weston College’s principal says the A-level grading system must be done ‘consistently’ and with ‘parity’ as its students achieved a 99 per cent pass rate.
Two Weston College students have been selected to attend the national Football Association (FA) Leadership Academy.
A Congresbury couple will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Saturday.
Work will begin on an off the road safe path from Cross and Axbridge later this month.
A Weston salon that had opened just three weeks prior to lockdown is being thanked for taking part in a national initiative that offered a day’s free service to frontline NHS workers.
People are being asked to help fill the kindness garden in Clarence Park with rocks decorated with pictures and positive messages which will encourage others.
The RNLI shop at Anchor Head in Weston will reopen for business on Saturday since being closed at the start of lockdown.
An increase in violent crimes, sexual offences and drug offences were recorded in North Somerset in the 12 months leading up to lockdown.
The chain announced today (August 4) that it is considering closing 67 stores - risking 1,100 jobs.