The Environment Agency has confirmed the water at Portishead Lake Grounds is safe for next month’s popular event.
A North Somerset rotary club will celebrate its 25th anniversary this week but is calling on more people to come forward and boost its numbers.
Employers and tutors spent the day talking to Backwell students about their futures during a careers event.
North Somerset Liam Fox MP has said he ‘has not ruled out’ running to be the UK’s next Prime Minister after David Cameron resigned this morning (Friday).
Year 11 students at Gordano School kick-started the 2016 prom season in glamorous and elegant style in Portishead last night (Thursday).
The Great Western Youth Theatre will perform The Adventures of Paddington Bear this weekend.
The fun-loving New York musical Guys and Dolls is making its way to the Bristol Hippodrome as part of its UK tour and lucky Times readers could be there on opening night thanks to our competition.
A stunning selection of musical performances is on offer at Clevedon’s Theatre Shop this week.
The sequel to one of the greatest science fiction films of all time is the highlight of the Curzon cinema’s calendar this week.
Gilbert and Sullivan’s iconic opera The Mikado is making its way to Bristol this week, thanks to a unique production created by Scottish Opera and Doyly Carte.
The following court cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between March 31 and April 29:
The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between March 4-31:
Hundreds of new mothers are in danger of ‘serious illness’ and stillbirth by smoking right up until they give birth, new hospital records have revealed.
A former hotel in Weston-super-Mare is unrecognisable now as work to transform it into flats is well underway.
A ‘high risk’ footpath crossing over a railway line in Weston-super-Mare could be replaced with a pedestrian footbridge.
Weston College this week launched its new range of adult and part-time courses – with dozens of new students signing up at its open evening.
A Milton woman is soon setting off on the biggest physical test of her life in the hope of raising £2,000 for charity.
Peter Wheddon finished fifth at the Duathlon World Championships held in Spain.
Nailsea triathlete John Mason finished fifth at the Bristol Olympic distance race, his first of the season.
Clevedon paid the price for dropping six catches in their match against Bath, eventually falling just seven runs short.
Claverham completed their first double of the season, with both the 1st XI and seconds enjoying victories.
Nailsea enjoyed a victory in the last over against bottom of the table Lansdown seconds.
A new Marco Pierre White restaurant will open in Congresbury tomorrow (Thursday).
Domino’s wants to open a new takeaway in Portishead High Street.
A pirate adventure golf will be built in Congresbury after a garden centre secured planning permission.
Bristol Airport hopes to fight the ‘worsening’ problem of unauthorised countryside parking by bringing forward the expansion of a major car park.
A Pill nightspot wants to extend its opening and serving hours, to the concern of people living nearby.
Youngsters at Mary Elton Primary School have opened up their own pop-up pizza restaurant.
A pre-Father’s Day treat was lined up in Portishead last week.
Giant slides. dance performances and visits from princesses and superheroes are among the attractions at a summer fair in Nailsea.
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