Village clubs are being created to help improve the wellbeing of older people affected by isolation and loneliness.

A residential street was cordoned off after a man's body was found inside a vehicle this afternoon (Friday).

A plethora of events will be put on across the weekend in celebration of a village hall's 60th anniversary.

Approximately 60 people filled a community hall to listen to environmental activists Extinction Rebellion's (XR) talk on Monday evening.

One of the most successful romantic films of the 20th century will be screened next week, and the Times is giving readers a chance to see the sing-along show.

The work of Hannah More, famous for her efforts to help those in need, was showcased at her North Somerset home as dozens of people learned more about her life achievements.

A community has welcomed the opening of a café which has taken the place left by the former Long Ashton Library.

A Long Ashton primary school has been able to buy an essential piece of playground equipment, thanks to a supermarket scheme which works to benefit communities in the area.

Multiple award-winning musical The Book Of Mormon has announced a Bristol venue on its UK tour next year.

Men in the district are likely to live almost three years longer than the national average, Public Health England (PHE) figures reveal.

A busy commuter road will close for five nights due to essential repair works costing nearly £180,000 next month.

A report on Ashton Court Mansion's long-term plan has been published, which could see it transformed into a nightclub, hotel or museum among other listed options.

A South West theatre will host Blithe Spirit starring Absolutely Fabulous actor Jennifer Saunders until next month.

An adaptation of the renowned classic, Dirty Dancing will be performed at a theatre venue in the region next month.

A theatre show remake of the timeless classic, Dirty Dancing will be performed at a venue in the district next month.

Rain and windy weather did not dampen the spirits of those visiting a village family fun day on Saturday.

A popular community centre has raised more than £3,000 towards gym equipment to enhance its facility.

A charity which works to enrich African children's lives by giving them better education opportunities celebrates its 35th anniversary this year.

Ross Noble's UK tour announced

Sunday, June 16, 2019

Stand-up comedian Ross Noble will bring his UK tour to the West Country next year.

A cinema in the region will screen The Breadwinner this month.

Repairs to a busy commuter route in North Somerset which demand a three-figure sum have been postponed due to 'poor weather conditions'.

A villager has spoken out about his motorbike being snatched from outside his home, which was almost deemed a write-off after it was recovered by police.

A village may lose its toddler group if new people cannot be found to take it over at the start of the next school year.

Lung cancer patients in North Somerset have a better survival rate than elsewhere in England, figures reveal.

The M5 has come to a stand still due to a stranded vehicle on the motorway today (Friday).

Award-winning poet Luke Wright will bring his show to the district next month, and the Times is giving people a chance to win tickets to see the show.

A primary school has been treated to a visit by African creatures this week.

An inflatable theme park has been enjoyed by children over the half-term break.

The Royal Bath and West Show celebrates 'the best of British farming, heritage and countryside' - which is a perfect way to sum up the four-day event in the West Country.

A community looks set to get its library back after its building was closed by North Somerset Council due to budget cuts last year.

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