Clevedon schoolchildren delivered an ‘impressive’ show to passers-by in Queen Square.
Students campaigning for more than £12,000 to fund a library and creative space suitable for students and the community.
Blustering winds, freak storms and ‘catastrophic’ flooding struck North Somerset during a ‘night of horrors’ 50 years ago.
A lion caught the football bug and paid a visit to a North Somerset club’s training session.
North Somerset could be hit by thunderstorms this weekend after enjoying almost a month of warm weather.
A construction expert has helped youngsters at a Clevedon primary school tackle the ‘extreme earth’.
Past and present staff from Clevedon’s hospital hosted a tea party to celebrate the 70th birthday of the NHS.
Elastigirl takes centre stage in a bid to make heroes super again in The Incredibles 2.
Avon Fire and Rescue Service’s new chief fire officer (CFO) is ‘delighted’ with the progress made to better the service after a damning report.
The greenest and grumpiest ogre in the swamp is coming to the Bristol Hippodrome this year.
A Clevedon School student has taken a leaf out of Lord Sugar’s book and plans to set up her own business.
A brother and sister duo have opened their own doggy day care business.
Pupils arrived in style and dazzled in their suits and dresses at a prom night on Thursday.
The sounds of musicals will fill a Clevedon venue next week as a club perform an array of the toe-tapping tunes.
A mother from Clevedon hopes to take her ‘beautiful’ disabled son on holiday this month following a ‘tough year’ of hospital visits.
A tortoise is the latest addition to a school’s ‘Noah’s Ark’.
A beer and cider festival hopes to be the ‘best ever’ as a Lions club raises cash for charity.
Dozens of amazing young public speakers showed off their talent at a competition.
Pill man will take on a gruelling 100-mile cycle ride to raise money for a cancer charity.
Victims have spoken of the ‘fear and dread’ they faced at the hands of their stalkers as statistics reveal more than four cases are reported every day in the district.
The Parr family will make their grand and long-awaited return to screens this month as The Incredibles 2 promises to be bigger and better than the first one.
A community hospital has closed its inpatient unit for two weeks to carry out ‘fire safety improvements’.
Councillors have decided to invest £1,500 on remembrance statues for Clevedon.
A fun fair raised hundreds of pounds to benefit the children of Crockerne Primary School.
Clevedon students fit right into the luxurious setting of a historic hall where they celebrated their prom night.
Clevedon’s Curzon cinema has teamed up with an education programme to offer a new way of learning to young people.
A Portishead grandmother has made it her mission to raise money for refugees and to support a European country’s crumbling economy.
Students donned their posh frocks for an evening of celebration in Pill.
An ‘amazing’ traditional summer fete attracted members of the community to a primary school.
Three Hollywood actors star in an emotional drama about one woman and her dreams of owning a bookshop – and the Times is giving readers the chance to see it for free.
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