Award-winning Theatre company, Starving Artists, will bring their introspective new production Let Me Look At You to Clevedon’s Theatre Shop in April, and two lucky Times readers could win tickets to see the show.

A flood warning is in force across North Somerset tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday.

Police have seized a haul of cannabis plants with a street value of a quarter of a million pounds from a property in North Somerset.

A flight to Malaga has been forced to return to Bristol Airport after a passenger suffered a medical emergency.

Attempts to reduce speed limits in a village to 20 miles per hour have been ‘constantly thwarted’ by North Somerset Council.

‘I don’t want to be back here in two years time asking for the same thing, after a child has died’, was the impassioned plea from a villager in Backwell as the parish discussed plans to create a blanket 20mph zone.

Eight pupils at Fairfield School, in Backwell have been awarded scholarships to private senior schools.

A businessmanfrom Backwell has been made senior partner at the world’s largest business coaching firm – eight years after he retired.

A Pill–based cancer charity will be holding a Mary Poppins-themed afternoon tea this spring.

The high cost of homes in North Somerset has led many first time buyers to feel they are being priced out of the market.

The average price of a home in North Somerset has risen by more than five per cent over the past year due to a shortage of stock and professionals leaving Bristol.

A Backwell Junior School pupil raised more than £100 through a bake sale for World Cancer Day.

Review: Rough Crossing

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Rough Crossing is a surprisingly apt name for Tom Stoppard’s musical comedy, as anyone who has ever had a shaky boat ride will know, once you disembark it soon fades from memory unless it resulted in the ship sinking.

Backwell pupils have Titanic day out

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Pupils from a school in Backwell took a trip to Belfast to see the Titanic Exhibition.

About £1.8million will be available to households living near Bristol Airport to increase noise insulation in their homes as part of a scheme accompanying its expansion plans.

Bionic arm start-up gets F1 backing

Monday, February 18, 2019

A pioneering West Country robotics start-up which makes advanced 3D-printed prosthetic limbs has received £4.6million in funding – including cash from Formula One team Williams.

Rough Crossing returns to Bath

Sunday, February 17, 2019

Be prepared for a Rough Crossing, as Tom Stoppard’s award-winning comedy of errors returns to Bath’s Theatre Royal from February 25.

Art rockers Sylvette head to Bristol

Sunday, February 17, 2019

Manchester art rock five-piece Sylvette will be heading to Bristol’s Café Kino on Wednesday as part of a country-wide tour in support of their self-titled debut album.

The Comedy About a Bank Robbery Review

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

The Comedy About a Bank Robbery is the latest slapstick laden caper from Mischief Theatre, the award-winning troop behind The Play That Goes Wrong,

It was a night of murder, mystery, and improvisation as The Story Cellar’s youth theatre group held their second performance at Pill Memorial Club.

Texan alternative rockers, Blue October will be playing Bristol next week in support of their latest album I Hope You Are Happy.

Campaigners are ‘over the moon’ as improvements to a community pool in Pill look set to go ahead after receiving a significant cash boost.

Students from primary schools in Backwell banded together to help raise cash for vital classroom equipment, with a little help from Nailsea Lions.

Bristol Airport’s expansion plans have received more than 1,800 objections – but also some support in recent days.

Bristol Airport has opened a new multi-faith quiet area in the departure lounge.

Three quarters of people surveyed in North Somerset support Bristol Airport’s expansion plan.

Texan rockers White Denim are heading to the 02 Academy Bristol in support of their new latest critically acclaimed album Performance.

A mother-of-three from Backwell will be taking on a gruelling sub zero challenge to raise cash for a veterans charity.

Bristol Airport will bring back a free drop-off point and create a waiting area for taxis - but only if its major expansion plans are approved by North Somerset Council.

Rehearsals are underway for a Pill amateur theatre group looking to tell a ‘fairly unlikely tale’.

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