A state-of-the-art rugby training facility has opened in a village.

A free online summer course for young people will be launched in August.

Youngsters have been rewarded for their efforts in a village.

A service has been introduced in North Somerset to enable frail people to be supported in the comfort of their own homes.

Bristol Airport has confirmed it intends to appeal against North Somerset Council’s decision to refuse its planning application to expand its facilities.

A service has been introduced in North Somerset to enable frail people to be supported in the comfort of their own homes.

Plans to plug a funding gap of almost £30million have been revealed by North Somerset Council as it attempts to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.

A free online summer course for young people will be launched in August.

Campaigners are urging Bristol Airport to withdraw its threat to appeal the decision against its expansion.

Police are appealing for witnesses following a collision between a tipper truck and a car in Failand earlier this month.

Racism and hatred have ‘no place in North Somerset’, according to North Somerset Council’s leader.

Liberal Democrat councillors have joined calls for the Government to reconsider the housing targets set for the area.

A private firm could be handing out fines for littering, dog fouling and fly-tipping in North Somerset by the end of August.

Village cricket book for sale

Friday, July 24, 2020

To celebrate the return of cricket, Congresbury Cricket Club is selling a book marking the sport in the village.

A wellbeing service in North Somerset is sharing stories of how art has kept clients well during coronavirus through a virtual art exhibition on Instagram.

High Street locations in towns will be transformed into continental-style dining as an outdoor seating scheme launches this weekend.

North Somerset’s MP has been nominated by the UK to become director general of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).

An additional £1.5million in government funding will be given to help North Somerset in its coronavirus recovery.

A charity has started to reopen its shops across North Somerset.

Councils have been given new powers to close shops, cancel events and shut outdoor public spaces to manage local outbreaks of coronavirus.

A man was assaulted after entering a travellers’ site at Kenn Business Park in Clevedon on Tuesday.

St Peter’s Hospice has launched a virtual family fundraiser.

Outdoor dining could be implemented in three towns to help North Somerset’s food and drink sector recover from the coronavirus pandemic.

Clevedon’s community cinema has announced it will reopen later this year.

One of North Somerset’s most popular restaurants has enjoyed a successful reopening following the easing of the coronavirus lockdown.

Clifton Suspension Bridge will be closed this week.

Village play area reopens

Friday, July 10, 2020

A play area has reopened in a village.

People are being urged to behave responsibly across North Somerset this weekend.

Two senior councillors have taken to their bikes to gain practical knowledge of cycling in North Somerset.

A trades council is urging people to join a trade union to ensure workers ‘do not have to pay with our welfare, safety and potentially our lives’.

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