Conservative MPs in Somerset continue to back Boris Johnson’s top aide, Dominic Cummings for breaking lockdown laws, despite increasing pressure from within the party and from the public for him to resign.

Clevedon Marine Lake will be closed all day today (Wednesday) and tomorrow (Thursday) this week, as well as early Friday morning, to drain and refresh the water following high usage during half-term.

Thousands of people in North Somerset have contacted the NHS 111 service to report coronavirus symptoms since March, new figures show.

Communities across Somerset are being urged to continue to be ‘good neighbours’ for residents continuing to self-isolate as lockdown restrictions ease.

People mourning in lockdown should be encouraged to talk about their feelings, say mental health experts.

Dozens of drawing pins have been scattered along a cycle lane which runs through Pill, endangering cyclists, children, and pets.

Russell Howard has announced new dates for a string of home-coming shows at Bristol’s Hippodome theatre which had to postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

North Somerset Council is stepping up its enforcement activity to tackle illegal and inconsiderate parking across the district.

The police are appealing for help to identify the people responsible for graffiti which has appeared across Nailsea.

A temporary coronavirus testing unit has been set-up in Weston.

Police are looking for help identifying the occupants of a dark-coloured BMW car after receiving reports it was involved in a series thefts and attempted thefts from vans in North Somerset on Saturday night.

Police are cracking down on speeding across North Somerset to keep people safe as lockdown restrictions begin to ease.

More than 200 fines have been handed to people in Avon and Somerset for allegedly flouting Covid-19 lockdown laws, new figures reveal.

A cheerful and committed family doctor who served the people of Pill for more than 30 years has passed away.

Gardeners’ World presenter Mark Lane has launched a challenge to encourage people to spruce up their gardens.

Waitrose has donated £500 worth of stock to a Covid support group to help vulnerable people take part in VE Day Celebrations during the lockdown.

Bristol Airport has seen a 98 per cent reduction in flights due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

North Somerset Council are urging motorists to make sure there is enough room for emergency service and recycling vehicles to get through when they park.

Patients from North Somerset Communty Hospital in Clevedon celebrated VE Day in style.

North Somerset Council is urging residents and businesses to take part in its two-stage consultation to help ‘shape the future growth’ of the district.

Thousands of hospital admissions in North Somerset each year are a result of obesity, which the NHS has said is putting ‘unnecessary strain’ on health services.

One in 45 weddings in North Somerset are now same-sex, new figures reveal.

Council leaders are urging visitors not to come to North Somerset following the relaxation of lockdown restrictions.

Revellers across North Somerset celebrated the 75th anniversary of VE (Victory in Europe) Day at home.

Revellers across North Somerset are being encouraged to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE (Victory in Europe) Day at home.

More than 12,000 keyworkers in North Somerset earn less than £10 an hour.

Avon and Somerset Police is urging anyone who is suffering from domestic abuse, or is concerned someone they know could be a victim, to ask for help.

Health chiefs at Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (BNSSG CCG) are urging people to keep hydrated, especially if they are self-isolating due to symptoms of the coronavirus.

North Somerset Council has made a new range of comics available as part of it online library service.

A Portishead-based marketing expert is offering her expertise to charities for free to help them survive the coronavirus pandemic.

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