A 20mph speed limit may be coming to Winscombe - home to one of the worst rat runs in the South West.
Winscombe Primary School has bid farewell to one of its longest-serving staff members, caretaker Mr Hine.
Work on a housing development in Langford is due to be completed soon.
Church services in Winscombe and Sandford are expected to go ahead, despite the latest Covid-19 restrictions.
A number of libraries across North Somerset have reopened their doors today (Monday).
Drivers have been advised to find alternative routes after a main road has shut in both directions due to a burst water main.
The teacher and author discusses how she balances the two jobs and the moments her students discover her slightly risque novels.
Winscombe Hall Care Home was boosted by Redrow Homes’ expertise with their walled garden project, following Covid-19 setbacks.
An international student from France has almost achieved perfect marks despite criticism of the programme’s marking system.
However, the stores will not begin trading until a futher date.
Teachers and pupils pulled together for their Kindness in the Community Week.
The Government’s system went live on May 28, with a North Somerset resident in charge of the operation.
You can #BraveTheShave from home and raise money for the NHS.
Wrington Primary students bagged themselves first place in the 2020 Youth Speaks competition.
A planning application to demolish a long-standing Winscombe landmark is in the works and could be approved.
The mayor of Weston will commemorate the offical opening of a new housing development in Winscombe.
A group of Sidcot School sixth-formers are on track to challenge for the top prize in a competition created by a Dragons’ Den star.
A family has released a touching tribute in memory of a ‘local legend’ who was known for her flower arranging skills in the district.
Well-known scenes from the Bible have been recreated with knitted characters at an exhibition in Winscombe.
A care home is looking for green-fingered volunteers to create a sensory garden for residents.
Plans to add homes to a development in Winscombe have got the go ahead, despite fierce opposition.
Sidcot students have been praised for ‘maintaining the school’s high standards’ after picking up their GCSE results.
Villagers in Winscombe have objected to plans for nine homes and a village shop which they say would increase traffic on a blind bend and lead to over-development.
Sports clubs in Winscombe are hoping to transform the village cricket club into a modern new sports centre to cater for the growing number of thriving teams using the facilities.
An archaeological dig has revealed a crash site for an RAF bomber which landed in Germany in 1943 – and researchers are trying to track down the family of one of the aircraft’s crew members.
Skittle players from Winscombe were up all night at the weekend, raising money for Cancer Research in honour of friend and teammate Steve Hucker, who is fighting the disease.
Winscombe hosted its annual May Fair On The Green this week, where visitors enjoyed a variety of stalls and activities.
A good apple harvest is promised in Winscombe, after the trees were blessed in a traditional Somerset ceremony.
A JUNGLE-THEMED Great Bike Hike took place at the weekend across the Strawberry Line cycle route.
AN AWARD-WINNING Winscombe business has praised the work of budding young writers who took part in a competition.
A COOKERY group has been heralded as ‘opening new doors’ within the lives of three Winscombe men.
Winscombe residents braved the rain and took part in the village’s first ever wassailing ceremony on Sunday.
The WINSCOMBE and Sandford Millennium Green Trust held a talk about parish life during World War One.
A CARE home has been told to make improvements by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), amid concern that staffing levels were insufficient.
WITH popular television shows like the Great British Bake Off, there has never been a better time to get into baking.