A Clevedon castle opened to the public for a special music and arts event.
A beauty therapist at a Congresbury hotel has been received an impressive accolade, being named the best in the country.
A 76-year-old woman, who was buried under rubble for 24 hours and lost her eye in World War Two, is hoping to find the Clevedon family who took her in when she was evacuated after recently being diagnosed with cancer.
Some of the more obscure things activities you can take part in this weekend include shooting, cycling and a unicorn run.
A Portishead physiotherapist has cycled almost 30 miles to visit clients.
A group of Clevedon footballers took to the beach for an afternoon of litter-picking last week.
Students will continue to be able to leave their cars outside Gordano School despite its parking provision being described as ‘unbelievable’.
A choir leader performed at BBC Proms In The Park last week.
A new attraction has popped up at Clevedon Pier this week.
Nailsea has been filled with colour this summer, thanks to a donation from Barratt Homes.
Strong winds and heavy rain is expected to hit North Somerset tonight (Thursday).
Scores of homes could be built in Nailsea and Portishead netting North Somerset Council millions of pounds.
A new flu vaccine is available and elderly people in North Somerset are being urged to take advantage of it.
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.
A Portishead man will celebrate his 60th birthday spending a night alone on Denny Island to raise money for Black Nore Lighthouse.
Thousands of households will not receive scheduled changes to their waste collection after a senior change at Biffa.
More than 20 bags of rubbish have been collected during a litter pick in Portishead.
Problems with flight information boards at Bristol Airport over the weekend have been blamed on a cyber attack.
Dozens of villagers shared a delicious breakfast of bacon butties and sausage sandwiches at the weekend to raise valuable cash for charity.
Thousands of people visited Portishead’s police and fire headquarters at the weekend for an annual open day.
A new vision to cope with ‘significant challenges’ in adult social care has been approved by North Somerset Council.
Plans to build a medical centre between Congresbury and Yatton have been put on hold.
A decision on whether a flammable substance can continue to be stored in fuel tanks close to houses has been deferred.
A state-of-the-art football training facility will be built in a village after councillors approved the plans.
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.
Police officers in Avon and Somerset faced more than 700 assaults last year.
A campaign launched today (Monday) aims to warn people about the consequences of using a mobile phone when driving in the South West.
A free home and garden exhibition will be held in Portishead on Saturday.
Employees at a Congresbury hotel swapped their usual routine for a day at the beach, spending hours collecting rubbish.
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