An Iron Age hill fort has been damaged by campfires, off-road motorbikes and ground being dug up.
Youngsters braved the adverse weather conditions to walk their pets across Weston beach for charity.
Volunteers responsible for the upkeep of an Iron Age hill fort have welcomed plans to clear woodland at the site.
Around six hectares of woodland could be cleared to uncover an Iron Age hill fort.
New research has further highlighted the significance of an Iron Age hill fort.
A professional golfer from Worlebury has been named captain of the region’s Professional Golf Association (PGA) team.
A Worlebury man has been recognised for his service to the defence maritime industry.
Youngsters channelled their inner rockstar while learning about mathematics.
A young Elvis Presley tribute artist has become a world champion.
A primary school’s headteacher has praised its staff after an education watchdog noted ‘standards have risen markedly’.
A stunning garden will be open to the public over the next two weekends.
New discoveries around how people were treated after death 2,000 years ago have been made at an ancient hill fort.
A garden in Worlebury has been transformed into a tranquil paradise over the past 30 years, and will be open to the public this Sunday.
A 41ft telephone mast could be built in Worlebury, but the idea has prompted a number of objections from residents.
A CHARITY golf day was held in Worlebury at the weekend, when a total of £11,800 was raised for the Bone Cancer Research Trust (BCRT).