Train services between Bristol and North Somerset are running as normal this afternoon following the death of someone near Nailsea and Backwell Railway Station at lunchtime.
Wheelchairs and hospital beds were wheeled up and down a school playground as pupils raised money for good causes.
Spring flowers will be brightening up Nailsea School at the horticultural society’s annual show on April 1.
A new gym will soon be opening its doors in Nailsea.
A surgery has been praised for referring patients to the gym, slimming groups and voluntary work to improve their health.
Churches in Nailsea and Wraxall are looking for a home for a Syrian family in the area.
Two business owners from Nailsea have won prizes at the Bristol and Somerset Wedding Awards.
Nailsea Carnival and fair is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.
Organisers behind a new hub for Nailsea will address people’s health issues through different approaches including support groups and art and music therapy.
Delighted children have been taking care of some newly-hatched chicks.
Live music, a fun fair and a military vehicle display will be drawing revellers to Millennium Park for Nailsea’s popular May fair.
A medical group which serves patients in Nailsea, Backwell and Long Ashton has been rated good in every area, following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Air cadets from Nailsea and Clevedon held a remembrance service for a pilot who crashed and died in North Somerset during World War Two.
Ten friends are preparing to climb four mountains in memory of James Colman who died from an undiagnosed heart condition last year.
Low-cost first aid courses are being offered to community organisations in North Somerset.
Organisers of Nailsea Skatepark Festival and Activities Showcase are looking for community groups to sign up to the event.
Nailsea School played host to a model train exhibition on Saturday and Sunday.
A charity set up to help dogs suffering from cancer has raised a staggering £100,000.
Pupils from Nailsea built a programmable robot with experts from Bath University.
A Rotary club is looking for people to sign up to a mass sponsored walk in Nailsea to raise money.
National Grid will carry out surveys and tests along the route for the Hinkley Point C Connection over the next few months.
Members of rainbow, beaver, cub, brownie, guide and scout groups in Nailsea wore their uniforms to school to celebrate World Thinking Day.
Clubs are being urged to sign up for a community day in Nailsea.
Police have seized an estimated £10,000-drug haul from a house in Nailsea.
Avon and Somerset Constabulary has promised it will make improvements after a ‘shockingly’ low number of burglars were caught in North Somerset last year.
Year three children at Golden Valley Primary School have been taking part in a national bird-watching campaign.
An ‘improved’ bus route connecting Nailsea, Clevedon, Congresbury and Yatton with Bristol and Weston has been announced this week.
Controversial plans to build a three-storey home on an important green space in Nailsea have been rejected.
People in Nailsea fighting unsustainable housing developments will hold their annual meeting tonight (Thursday).
The mother of Nailsea teenager killed in a car crash ‘prays her life won’t last much longer’.
Proposals to build thousands of new homes in Nailsea and Backwell cannot take place without investment in ‘extensive’ transport improvements, according to a senior North Somerset Council planner last week.
Police hope the ‘tragic’ death of a Nailsea teenager by a motorist who was over the drink-drive will act as a reminder to people when they get behind the wheel.
A ‘dangerous’ driver who killed a Nailsea teenager has been jailed this lunchtime (Monday).
Nailsea town centre has received a welcome boost in the form of four new flats.
Astronauts and constellations captured pupils’ imaginations as they learnt about space.
A singer who found fame on The X Factor will lead a workout session in Nailsea on Saturday to raise money for charity.
The Weston College site in Nailsea could be transformed into homes if the town’s library moves to Scotch Horn Leisure Centre.
North Somerset Council has defended its decision to raise car park charges for train passengers using Nailsea and Backwell Railway Station, saying it will ‘reduce the need for longer car journeys’.
Avon and Somerset Constabulary’s Police and Crime Commissioner will be taking questions in Nailsea later this month.
Village leaders in Tickenham are appealing for a new road to be constructed from the Long Ashton bypass to the M5 before any new homes are built.
A woman whose daughter was sexually assaulted has praised the support her family received in the hope of encouraging other victims to come forward.
A health hub to help people with medical and social issues will launch next month.
A volunteer from Nailsea is part of a team swimming 22 miles to raise money for Diabetes UK.
Getting in shape is a year-round objective and the Times has teamed up with Parkwood Leisure to offer two lucky people a two-month free membership.
Train passengers face a huge hike in car park parking charges from April.
A nature reserve in Nailsea is looking for more volunteers to help manage the beauty spot.
A man from Nailsea has been jailed for sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl.
A scientific day was enjoyed by pupils at a Nailsea primary school last week.
An experienced Nailsea carer has set up her own business so she can help people stay out of hospitals and care homes.
Nailsea Town Council has agreed a contract with Barratt Homes for the sale of Engine Lane – providing the developer sells the properties as freeholds rather than leaseholds.
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