Shop owners are calling for action to be taken against the ‘blatant disregard’ of drivers parking on a pavement in Clevedon.
Two Nailsea cyclists were part of a mammoth fundraising cycle ride carried out by Alliance Homes.
An end-of-term tennis session had an unusual look, as the Minions came to play.
With the school year coming to an end, it is understandable that pupils in Portishead have been thinking about their futures.
A map detailing the paths around Nailsea has been drawn up to encourage people to walk and cycle more.
A ‘quintessentially English’ garden party will be held by Clevedon Pride next month.
Free hands-on coding workshops for children will be held in Clevedon next week.
With the school holidays under way, the Times has two Curzon tickets up for grabs for a film guaranteed to keep children entertained.
With the school holidays almost upon us, the Times and the Bristol Hippodrome have joined forces to offer our youngest readers a great prize this summer.
Clevedon Light Opera Club will perform a classic wartime musical.
A van driver was three times over the drink-drive limit when he jumped a red light, hitting and killing a Clevedon woman.
A Long Ashton man has been sentenced to three years in prison for committing sexual offences relating to a schoolgirl.
The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between May 19 and July 6:
An ‘irresponsible’ Portishead takeaway owner has been jailed for allowing his staff to live in a ‘death trap’.
A family barbecue turned sour when a man headbutted his sister-in-law.
A WESTON man, who was forced to stop working due to a number of ‘frustrating’ health problems, has been able to return to his much-loved entertainment career after being unable to work for five years.
A BRAZILIAN restaurant chain is the latest business to sign up to the £45million Dolphin Square development.
SERVICES for young people including youth offending and support for pregnant teenagers has been cut by nearly half in the past five years.
ANOTHER school year has ended and year six students are preparing to start secondary school in September.
POLICE are working to reduce rural crime in Cheddar by signing people up to farm and horse watch schemes.
A North Somerset veterinary group has handed hundreds of pounds to help a 12-year-old minibike racer get up to speed.
Robbie Hoffeldt helped Claverham to another victory with an unbeaten century against Bristol West Indies.
Failand & Portbury defeat Barrow Gurney by 42 runs in a low-scoring encounter.
Portishead Under-9s finished their season at the Hanham cricket festival.
A watersports facility proposed for Portishead would be a ‘nightmare’, according to a district and town councillor.
Plans to build a refreshments kiosk on grassland near Portishead marina have been rejected by North Somerset Council.
Eight teenagers from Gordano Scout District are preparing to fly half way around the world this summer.
Staff at a Clevedon preschool have dedicated its latest Ofsted report to its founder after she died this month.
Three Backwell students were given an insight into engineering following a trip to GE Oil and Gas, based in Nailsea.
Sporting excellence was rewarded at a Portishead school before the end of term.
Archery, fencing and croquet were on the timetable for pupils at Golden Valley Primary School.
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