A Speedwatch group which monitors how fast vehicles travel in Yatton and Claverham says it needs more volunteers.
New figures have revealed this month that the number of road collisions has fallen slightly in the past year in North Somerset, but almost a quarter of those collisions occurred in poor weather.
Part of the M5 junction at Portishead will be closed for five nights this week.
New boards have been installed at Cadbury Hill, thanks to Yatton and Congresbury parish councils and voluntary groups.
Four people had to be rescued by Portishead’s coastguard and RNLI crews yesterday (Sunday) afternoon.
Comedian Jack Whitehall is coming to Bristol to perform his latest hilarious stand-up gig.
Clevedon, Yatton, Portishead and Nailsea will all hold Bonfire Night celebrations over the coming weeks and here is a handy guide of what is happening and how you can get yourself tickets.
One of comedian David Walliams’ best-selling books has arrived on a live stage in Weston.
Clevedon’s Curzon cinema will show a special screening of the 1953 classic comedy film The Titfield Thunderbolt tomorrow (Thursday).
The English National Ballet has built a reputation of pushing the boundaries of the dance, and the company did just that with an intense but stunning performance of Giselle at the Hippodrome last night (Tuesday).
A carer who was found guilty of assaulting a Clevedon man with Down’s syndrome has been given a suspended sentence and ordered to carry out community service.
A man who fired a sawn-off shotgun into a Wrington pub’s floor has been jailed for six years, despite being left unconscious in an incident following the fiery confrontation.
A man, who is accused of drinking alcohol and taking drugs before getting into a car and killing a Nailsea teenager in a crash, has appeared in court.
A Clevedon man has admitted raping a girl aged under 13.
A Clevedon man who has Down’s syndrome was punched and slapped by a North Somerset carer when he would not get into a car.
A worle supermarket hosted a fundraising event this week for cystic fibrosis charity the Ian Ritchie Foundation.
Thatchers Cider has submitted plans to build a new warehouse at its Sandford base to North Somerset Council, but residents have raised concerns over the development.
Plans which could have seen 155 homes built in Banwell have been torn up this week after an inquiry.
Half of North Somerset’s schools’ results are below the national average, according to new provisional performance tables.
A shake-up in how Weston-super-Mare and the surrounding area was governed was reported in the Weston Mercury and Somerset Herald in 1966. Here are the stories from the October 21 edition.
Clevedon Town returned from Yeovil’s Huish Park with a 1-0 victory in the Somerset Premier Cup.
Nailsea United were left to rue numerous missed chances as they were beaten 1-0 by Middlezoy.
Naislea & Tickenham have made a fine start to the new season, with both of their sides currently top of their respective divisions.
Portishead Town Ladies striker Shannon Holloway netted seven times in her sides 17-0 victory against Winsham.
Clevedon Under-11 Girls were held to a draw against Downend Saints.
A regional travel agent has won an award.
The Edinburgh Woollen Mill will unveil its refurbished store in Congresbury on Saturday.
Angry business owners in Portishead have started a petition after plans for business units to be knocked down and replaced by houses were revealed.
A wedding photographer from Failand has received glowing praise from experts in the field for his captivating wedding photos.
A Portishead business has won a financial award for its innovation which helps rock babies and infants to sleep.
Pupils at a Congresbury primary school are starting their days with a healthy dose of activity, thanks to the launch of a new fitness scheme.
Bristol Grammar School held a cross-country event in which High Down School Junior School was represented by 24 pupils.
An author and filmmaker visited children at a Backwell School to talk about his adventures around the world.
A race was held at a Clevedon primary school to raise money for a cancer charity.
More than 27,000 North Somerset pupils attend ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ schools according to Ofsted.
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