The second and final May bank holiday weekend is upon us, and there are many things you can enjoy on your three-day break.
Police in Nailsea have cancelled the first sports taster session in Millennium Park tonight (Friday) due to the weather.
Football fans from Flax Bourton Primary School have come up with a creative way to raise money for charity through World Cup stickers.
Humidity could cause heavy rain and thunderstorms across North Somerset this weekend.
A woman has been arrested after trying to make off with a caravan earlier this week.
Work to install temporary toll booths at Clifton Suspension Bridge is due to take place on June 8.
A music concert in memory of a Clevedon man will be held in Bristol.
A Wrington man will swim 21 miles across the English Channel in a bid to raise £20,000 for the Bristol Children’s Hospital in early August.
A charitable music concert will be held at the end of this week in Portishead.
Families enjoyed horse rides, live music and games at a May party in Flax Bourton in memory of Libby Holliday.
Police in Nailsea are running a reward scheme to encourage youngsters to carry out good deeds in their community.
Three North Somerset villages will benefit from the new bus scheme set to be introduced next week.
‘Appalling’ special educational needs provision (SEN) is ‘ruining children’s futures’, according to parents.
Hopes of reopening Portishead’s railway station have been dealt a ‘disappointing’ blow after the Government chose not to award millions of pounds to the scheme in its latest round of funding.
The team behind Portishead Carnival hope tonight (Wednesday) will see the event handed a major financial boost.
Model aeroplane enthusiasts gathered to showcase their flying skills and raise money for charity.
Plans to change rubbish collection routes, which will affect more than 80,000 households across North Somerset, will come into force next month.
A Wraxall zoo has welcomed a new giraffe to its facility.
A beach clean board which will make it easy for people to clear away plastic pollution has been installed in Portishead.
The president of Clevedon Art Club has died after more than 30 years in the role.
A new hair salon has opened its doors to customers in Clevedon.
A public exhibition will be held to reveal plans to build more than 60 retirement apartments next to a Clevedon supermarket.
An extra £365,000 will be invested in mental health services across North Somerset.
A fun run has been held to raise money for a Clevedon primary school.
Tens of thousands of pounds will be spent on improvements to one of North Somerset’s busiest roads next week.
Nineteen colleagues from a Clevedon firm are hoping to raise £1,000 for Weston Hospicecare by taking on the Mendip Challenge.
Young runners took part in a 24-hour relay along Weston’s Grand Pier to raise money for a Wraxall charity.
Plans to build a bandstand in Portishead have been scrapped.
Rotarians are supporting a Clevedon cinema’s project to show film in the community.
The royal wedding was celebrated by millions of people across the UK on Saturday, and North Somerset was no different.
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