Tartan, kilts and bagpipes will take over Congresbury this weekend when a Burns Night party will be held.
Water supplies are now safe to drink following a sickness bug contamination.
Customers who cannot use tap water after a sickness bug was discovered will receive compensation, Bristol Water has announced.
People in parts of Claverham, Cleeve, Clevedon, Congresbury and Yatton are being told not to drink the tap water after parasites were discovered.
Campaigners are rejoicing this Christmas after fending off a plan to increase Congresbury’s size.
Shoppers were treated to some festive cheer thanks to more than 50 singers from across North Somerset.
Villagers are being asked to count the number of birds in their garden for a survey.
A man, who may ‘appear depressed’, has gone missing, prompting a police search in North Somerset.
A performance of Aladdin will be staged in Congresbury in the week after Christmas.
Hundreds of pieces of art will be on display this week at a charitable exhibition.
A ‘mad’ plan to build a housing estate off the A370 near one of North Somerset’s ‘most dangerous junctions’ has been slated by councillors.
Lovers of Grease and Dirty Dancing will celebrate one of the last summer nights of the year at DoubleTree by Hilton, Cadbury House.
Plans for a new village hall have been changed amid concerns from neighbours.
A free event to mark a hotel’s 10-year anniversary was held at the weekend.
Music, tasty food and more was served up to visitors to a North Somerset hotel during the sunny weekend.
Two North Somerset medical centres are considering a merger in the face of ever-increasing demand.
Roadworks will be carried out today (Wednesday) across the district, after North Somerset Council delayed work scheduled yesterday ‘due to rain’.
Roads around Clevedon, Congresbury, Kenn and Yatton will be closed today (Tuesday) as part of North Somerset Council’s road improvements plan.
A key road between Congresbury and Yatton will be closed for roadworks tonight (Thursday).
Police have renewed a witness appeal following a fatal crash last week.
The man killed in a crash in Congresbury on the A370 has been named by his family.
A man has died after a crash involving a lorry this morning (Friday) on the A370.
A stretch of the A370 in North Somerset is closed this morning (Friday) following a collision involving a pedestrian and lorry.
A Congresbury villager says road safety needs improving because otherwise a fatality is ‘only a matter of time’.
A North Somerset parish council has awarded good causes with cash grants worth more than £20,000.
A ‘community-minded’ man who ‘loved Congresbury’ and was ‘well recognised around the village’ has died aged 68.
Congresbury and Clevedon were full of classic cars on Sunday, as funds were raised for Children’s Hospice South West.
Homeowners in four North Somerset villages were left without running water last night (Tuesday) after a problem hit the local mains.
A four-star Congresbury hotel has been named as hotel of the year at a prestigious awards ceremony.
Plans to develop a vicarage and refectory into houses have moved forward, with the project’s design team unveiling its vision.
Two businessmen have enjoyed a royal engagement at Buckingham Palace, where they were guests of honour.
Bad weather did not faze people in Congresbury from tidying up their village at a spring clean.
A busy road connecting two of North Somerset’s largest villages will be closed for nine weeks later this year.
A scout group needs people to donate unwanted clothes and boots so its members can take part in more outdoor activities.
A planning appeal to decide whether 50 new homes should be built in Congresbury got underway this week, with campaigners vehemently fighting the proposal with passionate speeches and protests.
Two additional pieces of land in North Somerset will now be managed by the Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group (YACWAG).
One of North Somerset’s biggest accident blackspots should be changed and a roundabout installed, if new homes are permitted.
Signs in Congresbury could be altered to include its Saxon name.
Plans to build a new village hall in Congresbury have been given a boost by one of the area’s estate agents.
A new general manager has been appointed at a Congresbury hotel – more than 10 years after he first worked at the venue.
Talented pupils from a village primary school scooped top prizes in the Wrington Vale Rotary Club’s Young Musician Of The Year competition.
People in Congresbury are being urged to spruce up their village as spring – with its longer days and warmer weather – looms ever-closer.
National Pizza Day seems an invention too good to be true, but the annual event was marked in style by pupils in Claverham and Yatton.
Children from one of North Somerset’s villages enjoyed some fresh air and fun outdoors during a half-term day trip to Cheddar.
An ‘improved’ bus route connecting Nailsea, Clevedon, Congresbury and Yatton with Bristol and Weston has been announced this week.
A 50-home housing estate has been approved for Congresbury – to the fury of campaigners.
A major rural road which connects two of North Somerset’s largest villages will be closed for six weeks.
People in Congresbury are being asked to save their pennies in order to raise vital cash for a new village hall.
A fond farewell was given to a selfless volunteer who has helped hundreds of people get to events for more than a decade.
A Congresbury farmer believes his business faces ruin, if an unpopular housing scheme for the village goes ahead.
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