Scores of prizes were handed out to keen gardeners and crafters at Nailsea’s summer show.
Nailsea School is celebrating a record year for A-level results.
A developer is proposing to build a ‘major’ housing development to the south of Nailsea, in addition to almost 3,000 houses already planned for the area.
A Ping Pong Parlour has opened up in Nailsea to enable shoppers to enjoy a free game of table tennis.
Generous members of Nailsea Lions have donated £1,000 to the St Peter’s Hospice Room To Care Appeal.
Wessex Water will give a wildlife group £500 later today (Friday).
Family and friends were treated to a moving play by pupils from a Nailsea school.
Talented performers from a Nailsea school sang and danced in a modern version of a classic fairytale.
Youngsters in Nailsea can have a go at touch rugby at Millennium Park this Friday.
Nailsea Town Council is encouraging residents to voice their views on a document which sets out how the town will develop over the next 20 years.
Hundreds of people enjoyed sipping beers and ciders while listening to live music at one of Nailsea’s most popular events.
Nailsea Town Council’s dedicated clerk is leaving his post at the end of the year and the authority is looking for someone to replace him.
A football club in Nailsea has been given £20,000 by Nailsea Town Council to install a new floodlight system.
Nailsea Carnival raised a staggering £7,300 as fundraisers took to the town’s streets to parade in a variety of colourful costumes.
Nailsea teenagers had the chance to relax and enjoy themselves after a long exams period on Friday evening.
Children enjoyed races, ball games and sports skills during an exciting sports day at a Nailsea school.
Cycling fans can get their bikes security marked for free, thanks to Nailsea Neighbourhood Watch.
Scores of revellers will take to the streets in Nailsea on Saturday to parade through the streets in fancy dress.
A fun run ending with a pint of cider attracted fundraisers in Nailsea.
A vital service which helps people attend medical appointments and social events is desperately in need of volunteers.
A sports centre, a community building with a library, a Metrobus link and more primary schools are just a few of the developments councillors in Nailsea are calling for to prepare for thousands of homes planned for the town.
A scout leader from Nailsea is taking part in his first triathlon – and he has picked the toughest challenge as his debut.
A lack of action in providing a swimming pool for Nailsea is ‘morally unacceptable’, according to one councillor.
A hot food stall is a welcome addition to Nailsea farmers’ market, according to organisers.
A theatre school in Nailsea is raising money for a charity which supports one of their pupils who has multiple food allergies.
Police in Nailsea dished out reward cards to youngsters to enable them to earn points for helping the community.
Nailsea Charity Walks is celebrating a record year with more people than ever taking part.
Nailsea Town Council is considering taking over its popular library to protect the service from cutbacks.
Councillors in Nailsea have been inundated with complaints about the state of the town’s parks and open spaces which have been attracting rats.
Nailsea Community Skatepark Festival was a huge success with scores of children taking to the slopes to compete in the event.
Skateboarding and scooter fans are gearing up to compete in the 16th Nailsea Community Skatepark Festival on Saturday.
Almost 40 drivers were caught speeding in Nailsea during a road safety crackdown.
Young people can win vouchers and take part in a variety of sports in Nailsea as part of two schemes aimed at reducing antisocial behaviour.
A Nailsea school is delighted to have retained its good rating following an Ofsted inspection.
A masterplan to determine how Nailsea should develop over the next 20 years is being drawn up by Nailsea Town Council.
Revellers enjoyed a day of live music and family fun at Nailsea and Tickenham Football Club’s new music festival.
Fitness fans looking for a challenge can put their skills to the test at a Royal Marines bootcamp in Nailsea.
Police in Nailsea have cancelled the first sports taster session in Millennium Park tonight (Friday) due to the weather.
Police in Nailsea are running a reward scheme to encourage youngsters to carry out good deeds in their community.
One of the biggest and booziest events on Nailsea’s calendar will raise money for Children’s Hospice South West this year.
Artistic pupils from a Nailsea primary School have been working with an artist to create a mural.
A bake-off competition, dance displays and games filled a Nailsea school as families enjoyed a summer fair.
A tennis club opened up its courts to beginners over the weekend to give people the chance to try out the sport for free.
The ‘exceptional’ town clerk for Nailsea has resigned after 13 years of hard work and dedicaton to the role.
Nailsea Lions has given a helping hand to a charity which transports breast milk to premature babies across the South West.
A gripping murder mystery will have audiences on the edge of their seat at Nailsea Little Theatre.
Crowds enjoyed fairground rides, live music and family entertainment during Nailsea’s May fair.
Scores of people took part in a charity football match and fun day in Nailsea on Saturday to raise money for Claire Tavener’s two boys.
Children from Nailsea learnt about a new monster when an author visited their school this week.
Students from Nailsea School will benefit from more than £3,800, thanks to Tesco’s community grant scheme.
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