A Clevedon artist will feature on a television show tonight (Tuesday).

A decision on the first residents' parking scheme for a village will be made tomorrow (Wednesday).

Clifton Suspension Bridge will be closed overnight next week for repairs.

A recruitment campaign for control staff to work for Avon Fire and Rescue Service has been launched.

Spooky goings on will be occurring across North Somerset over the Halloween period. Here is our round up of events taking place around the area.

A pumpkin festival, football match and an apple day are all taking place across the area this weekend.

A remastered version of a silent horror film will be screened in Clevedon next week.

Avon Fire and Rescue Service has launched a recruitment campaign.

A professional rugby union club wants to build another pitch in North Somerset as part of its overhaul of its training area.

One of the most famous animation companies in the world has come up with a way to raise money to save a community cinema from closure.

In preparation for Halloween, a Wraxall zoo gave its elephants a smashing treat.

Clevedon restaurant wins awards

Friday, October 11, 2019

A Clevedon restaurant has won two awards and been nominated for more.

Apple days, litter picks and pet services will be taking place across the area.

More than 80 per cent of drivers have exceeded the 50mph limit on a busy road, with speeds of 80mph clocked up by some motorists.

Balloons and sky lanterns will no longer be allowed to be released on North Somerset Council-owned land.

Food, flowers and an old Somerset tradition will all take place this weekend.

A Nailsea woman who threatened to kill a homeless man after he refused her offer of food has been spared jail.

Health bosses have agreed to shut Weston General Hospital's A&E at night permanently - and warn the emergency department may be forced to close down altogether.

A popular fast food chain could open drive-thrus in North Somerset next year.

A National Trust site has enjoyed a record month for sightings of different varieties of mushroom.

A grade II-listed cinema will receive almost £240,000 in lottery funding to help fix its leaky roof.

Council axes prayers before meetings

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Councillors have scrapped the routine of performing Christian prayers before its meetings.

A family fun run to generate funds for ill patients will take place this weekend.

Council services will not be run by the military in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to North Somerset Council's leader.

The first village to pilot a residents' parking scheme in North Somerset has been revealed.

Primary school appoints new headteacher

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Tickenham Primary School has appointed an award-winning teacher as its new head of school.

Plans to demolish former garages in Portishead and replace them with flats have been approved.

Classic bikes, archaeological findings and heritage open days will all take place across the next three days.

Village pub under new ownership

Thursday, September 19, 2019

A Wraxall pub is under new ownership.

A grade II-listed cinema will receive almost £240,000 in Lottery funding to help fix its leaky roof.

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