A true story focusing on the exploits of a group of Cornish fishermen is being played out at cinemas this week.
Everyone’s favourite red-headed orphan, Annie, opened her show at the Bristol Hippodrome last night (Tuesday) to a standing ovation.
A Clevedon businesswoman is taking time out to ‘regroup’ and ‘focus on developing herself’ after announcing the closure of her shop.
A Lions club has presented hundreds of pounds to two Portishead cadet groups.
Clevedon residents have criticised the health risk posed by the overflowing dog poo bins in the town after the old contractor ‘disappeared off the face of the earth’.
Thousands of pounds was raised in memory of a popular football coach.
Cinema fans can watch the popular revived musical of a British schoolteacher and the King of Siam.
North Somerset’s MP voted against the extension of Article 50 in yesterday’s (Thursday’s) vote.
A television news presenter has donated almost two dozen outfits to charity.
Twelve organisations have been handed hundreds of pounds to help with their community work.
An 15-year-old animator scooped first prize in a creative showdown.
A new programme for apprentice firefighters has been announced to coincide with National Apprenticeship Week.
Children at a Clevedon school joined forces for a collaborative art project with a local artist.
Garden tools are wanted to help Clevedon Pride raise cash to continue to improve the town centre.
A charitable group from Clevedon has presented hundreds of pounds to help people with diabetes.
Great steps have been taken to make North Somerset safer for cyclists as campaigners call for more supporters.
A care charity has opted to pull its contract with North Somerset Council, saying it is ‘not financially viable’.
A one-off showing of a popular 1990s romantic comedy depicting the troubles of a brass band following a pit closure will be shown at the Curzon cinema.
The family of a ‘kind’ and ‘popular’ three-year-old boy are searching for thousands of pounds to be able to find out more about his ‘uncertain future’.
A new fund which will support small charities to help young people reach their full potential has been launched.
A concert featuring some of the best music students at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama will be held next month.
A holistic fair attracted a good crowd in Clevedon.
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Parents are being told to ‘educate their children on the dangers’ of playing on train lines.
One of the most anticipated movies of the year will be out in cinemas soon and free tickets to see it can be won.
One of the most iconic ballets in history has been given a makeover by an award-winning choreographer.
Police would like to speak with two people in connection with an attempted burglary at Clevedon’s hospital.
A Clevedon club has handed out more than £1,000 to seven local organisations.
North Somerset Council will explore ways to go carbon neutral after unanimously declaring a ‘climate emergency’.
Warm weather attracted hundreds of people to the 61st annual spring flower show at the weekend.
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