Weston ramblers have 12 circular Mendip routes to explore during the pandemic following the publication of the book Mendipity.
The North Somerset village has had an agreement in principle for a lower speed limit for the past few years.
The Unlock Your Talent festival has raised more than £9,000 for North Somerset charity, Vine Counselling Service.
Charity YMCA Dulverton Group will host the day camps for seven weeks beginning in July.
Wrington Vale’s first female member has transferred from another district’s club.
Wrington Rotarians have delivered PPE to care homes across the South West.
The Rotarians were helped by social media users with their PPE effort.
A Wrington chef has begun to cook and deliver meals for people in isolation or a vulnerable position, after the recent COVID-19 outbreak.
Wrington Primary students bagged themselves first place in the 2020 Youth Speaks competition.
Villagers in North Somerset have hit back at ‘depressing’ plans devised by developers putting ‘profit over the community’.
The Wrington Vale Rotary Junior Young Musician of the Year awards produced some stunning performances in its latest edition.
Budding and well-established artists displayed their impressive pictures at an exhibition this weekend.
Barley Wood is in the running for accolades in the South West Tourism Excellence Awards.
Families celebrated Christmas at a festive market this month.
A skilled pair of professional hairdressers have opened a village salon this week.
Police are being called on to tackle antisocial behaviour after toilets were ‘trashed’ and youngsters seen climbing on top of cars.
Visitors flocked to Barley Wood Orchard to try out apple pressing at the weekend.
A plethora of impressive homegrown goods were on display at Wrington Show at the weekend.
Bristol Airport has ‘significant and fundamental concerns’ about rival plans for a 3,000-space park and ride near junction 21 of the M5.
Around 200 villagers were treated to beautiful weather at a primary school summer fair over the weekend.
A quad bike which an elderly man used to travel around in has been stolen from his rear garden.
The life of a playwright, poet and philanthropist has been celebrated with tours of her home.
A Weston charity which works to give African children a bright future marks its 35th anniversary this year.
Rain and showers did not deter loyal visitors from attending a village fun day over the weekend.
A scout and guides group has launched an appeal for volunteers, stating they are ‘essential’ to running the organisation.
Graham Linehan’s The Ladykillers! will be adapted by a drama group next month.
A new two-day beer festival will take place in a few months time – and all of the profits raised will be donated to charity.
With Christmas little more than six weeks away, some lovely gifts were on sale at the weekend to help shoppers seeking a bargain.
Building work to prevent a village from battling floodwater year after year will recommence next week.
Lots of laughs are expected in Wrington next week.
Plans to build a footpath from a housing estate into the centre of Wrington have been revealed.
A road in Wrington will be shut next week.
The green light has been given to turn Wrington’s Old Chemist Shop into a home.
A Wrington brewery firm enjoyed an ‘excellent’ end to 2017.
Council downplays countryside housing destruction fears
Wrington’s annual Dickensian Fair drew a large crowd to the village on Friday evening.
A developer has been given permission to build dozens of homes on the edge of Wrington, despite villagers’ concerns over flooding risks, a lack of school places and not enough jobs in the area.
A nursery, which opened last year, has been rated good following its first inspection.
Plans to close Wrington’s GP surgery will be discussed this evening (Wednesday).
North Somerset Council says it remains opposed to a scheme to build almost 60 homes on the edge of Wrington, despite pulling out of a planning inquiry into the project.
A village GP surgery could be closed down as medics fear it is not big enough.
Wrington villagers will be able to address a housing inspector ahead of a ruling which will determine whether 59 homes can be built at Coxs Green.
Roadworks will be taking place in three villages over the coming weeks.
‘One of the best ever’ Wrington shows was enjoyed by hundreds of villagers on Saturday afternoon.
A new flood defence scheme in Wrington has won planning permission.
Plans to build almost 60 homes in a village will be decided by a housing inspector in September after North Somerset Council took too long to decide.
Hangings and royalty aren’t usually topics people would associate with the quiet village of Wrington – but a new photography exhibition set up by villagers is aiming to shed light on the community’s fascinating past.
A housing developer is hoping to build more than two dozen homes in a North Somerset village, on a site where it has already applied to build almost 60 houses.
Villagers in a flood-hit part of North Somerset have warned plans to build 59 homes in their community are dangerous and unsustainable.
A barn in a North Somerset village could be turned into holiday accommodation for Bristol Airport passengers.