Church services in Winscombe and Sandford are expected to go ahead, despite the latest Covid-19 restrictions.
Liam Fox has backed calls for the introduction of Covid-19 testing at Bristol Airport for arriving passengers.
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.
Beryl’s daughter described her ‘remarkable’ life which featured a stint in the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force during World War II.
The Unlock Your Talent festival has raised more than £9,000 for North Somerset charity, Vine Counselling Service.
Winscombe Hall Care Home was boosted by Redrow Homes’ expertise with their walled garden project, following Covid-19 setbacks.
The exhibition will include large abstracts, still lifes, landscapes and scenes from every day life along with ceramics.
The Weston Flower Show will be judged virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Weston Samaritans will commemorate July 24 to showcase their 24-hour, seven-days-a-week service.
Maggi will be aided by walking guides after losing part of her sight due to a malignant brain tumour.
Nikita Phippen has not had her hair cut for more than two years, but will cut 17 inches for charity on July 17.
The Banwell farm reopened July 10 but still referred to this year as a financial write off due to the coronavirus.
The small grants aim to help people of all ages in financial trouble.
North Somerset Council revealed the list of libraries offering a click-and-collect service in Weston.
A High Street optician has begun a phased reopening for those who have suffered a change in vision over lockdown.
An international student from France has almost achieved perfect marks despite criticism of the programme’s marking system.
No more cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Somerset over the last 24 hours, official figures show.
Since wedding in 1950, the couple has seen Queen Elizabeth II crowned, 15 new Prime Ministers and the UK join and leave the EU.
Norma Johnston became the third female president of Weston Rotary Club in late June.
The Maximus Foundation made the sizeable donation to the charity.
An online learning service has been launched for young musicians in North Somerset during lockdown.
The girl was inspired by her mum’s work as an intensive care nurse for Weston General Hospital.
A spokesman confirmed that the Grand Pier is ‘delighted’ to be reopening to the public.
The number of volunteers was slashed in half at the beginning of lockdown, a director confirmed.
The rescue centre announced it is in need of materials such as cement, cladding, bricks, flooring, insulation, windows and fibre cement materials
Here is the chance to put those lockdown gym sessions to the test in aid of charity.
Charity YMCA Dulverton Group will host the day camps for seven weeks beginning in July.
The adventure park will make changes to adhere to social distancing guidelines.
However, the stores will not begin trading until a futher date.
Recent NHS England figures show an increase in NHS 111 calls across the South West in May.
Almost £200,000 worth of government funding will be invested into safe trading practices for businesses in high streets and other retail areas.
The hospital station created the show following Weston Hospital’s closure on May 25.
North Somerset Council’s deputy leader has highlighted the need for ‘wholesale reform’ regarding tenant rights post-lockdown.
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.
School nurses have issued a reminder that their service across North Somerset is still available during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Sanford cidermakers will celebrate South West Cider Week virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic.
From the cidermakers who brought you Haze, Gold, Rose and Lemon.
The appeal hopes to raise enough funds to provide 24 hours of care for residents.
A Weston author has opened up on the process of securing a three-book publishing year while juggling life as a single mother working part-time throughout lockdown.
The virtual fundraisers will be dubbed Hospice Heroes upon completion.
Teachers and pupils pulled together for their Kindness in the Community Week.
She has been described as “supportive not only to the residents but also to the staff here”.
Thousands of people in North Somerset have contacted the NHS 111 service to report coronavirus symptoms since March, new figures show.
Communities across Somerset are being urged to continue to be ‘good neighbours’ for residents continuing to self-isolate as lockdown restrictions ease.
The Government’s system went live on May 28, with a North Somerset resident in charge of the operation.
The group has adapted to the UK’s lockdown and is still helping those in need.
The council’s deputy leader also revealed it had ‘pressed’ the Government for more assistance with its tourism industry.
Twenty two more cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Somerset, according to Public Health England (PHE) figures.
Hannah Kellow’s wedding dream became a nightmare when the Grand Atlantic Hotel closed, offering her no new date or refund.