A pair of popular leisure centres will show off their wide range of facilities this month, and the Times has a prize worth a whopping £900 to give away.

After weeks of inactivity at Cleeve’s Goblin Combe, clubs and classes have restarted thanks to an independent education specialist.

A tantalising selection of delicious treats, plus high-quality crafts stalls and excellent entertainment, will be enjoyed at a picturesque Portishead venue this weekend.

Dedicated volunteers who have spent their free time sprucing up Portishead have once again received high praise from judges.

Health bosses have dismissed concerns over the future of Clevedon’s hospital after documents suggested it could be closed and redeveloped for housing.

Plans to build a doctors’ surgery, which have been labelled ‘terrible’ by villagers, will at last be decided on by councillors today (Wednesday).

Boredom and social isolation is rife at a Portishead care home, which has been slated by a Government watchdog after a series of failings were exposed.

North Somerset councillor Chris Blades has been appointed to Clevedon Business Improvement District (BID).

Large leeks and prize-winning parsnips were among the exhibits showcased by villagers at a horticultural show at the weekend.

A boat which was stranded at sea after it lost power was rescued by Portishead RNLI at the weekend.

Sites capable of accommodating more than 2,000 new homes have been brought forward, with North Somerset already subject to plans for thousands more.

Health warning issued to students

Sunday, September 30, 2018

A health warning has been issued to people starting at college or university, with students more prone to contracting diseases and illnesses.

Singing coach enjoys meeting royal couple

Saturday, September 29, 2018

A Yatton singing teacher who was a judge on a TV talent show, and has composed songs for chart-topping stars, was rewarded for her charity efforts with the ‘truly unforgettable experience’ of meeting a royal couple.

Plans for three new villages on the edge of Bristol, which have been touted as a remedy to North Somerset’s housing shortage, have suffered a major setback.

A beauty therapist at a Congresbury hotel has been received an impressive accolade, being named the best in the country.

The uncertainty of Brexit has prompted a fall in net migration in North Somerset, but the district’s population continues to swell due to people moving from abroad.

PHOTOS: Villagers cook up cash for hospice

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Dozens of villagers shared a delicious breakfast of bacon butties and sausage sandwiches at the weekend to raise valuable cash for charity.

A statue which will mark the centenary of World War One will be installed in Clevedon, raising cash for charity.

Students who have excelled in academic and extra-curricular activities were celebrated at an awards ceremony, which featured an appearance from a famous former pupil.

Hotel staff tackle beach clean

Monday, September 17, 2018

Employees at a Congresbury hotel swapped their usual routine for a day at the beach, spending hours collecting rubbish.

Kids coding club to launch next month

Sunday, September 16, 2018

A club which will teach youngsters about computer programming will launch in Congresbury next month, offering the chance to learn skills certain to be vital in future.

Plans for thousands of homes and major changes to infrastructure are under the microscope, as the public has a chance to ‘shape’ the future of North Somerset.

Villagers have slammed a developer’s ‘nonsensical’ traffic plan which is ‘more suited to a crazy golf course than a public highway’.

Plans for a near 50-bedroom hotel near Bristol Airport have been approved by North Somerset Council.

Time is running out for villagers to commit cash to a community hall project.

A decision will be made on Wednesday on ‘terrible’ plans for a medical centre between Congresbury and Yatton.

Plans to build a ‘mini village’ on the site of a former factory have been given unanimous backing by councillors.

Spa receives impressive accolade

Monday, September 10, 2018

A village hotel and spa has claimed a ‘prestigious’ prize, being named best in the country by industry experts.

‘Terrible’ plans for a medical centre between Yatton and Congresbury have been criticised by parish councillors, who fear the loss of the gap between the villages and ‘nightmare’ traffic.

‘Tragic’ figures have revealed several people from North Somerset died waiting for an organ transplant in the past five years, prompting calls for more people to become donors.

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