A village drama group will host its adaptation of Graham Linehan's The Ladykillers! next month.

A 28-year-old man has been jailed following a spate of 'high-value' burglaries which spilled into North Somerset, and for causing a large vehicle fire in a police compound.

Families enjoyed fun activities while learning about nature at Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group's (YACWAG) Stowey Reserve event.

Hundreds of homes could be built near a park and ride site, which has raised concerns about 'major' road congestion and potential flood risks to a neighbouring village.

Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group (YACWAG) has been spurring people on to protect the environment for 20 years and its founders have spoken to the Times about the vital work it has achieved over this time.

People flocked to a Thai New Year's festival to celebrate the annual event in their droves at the weekend.

A football club has donated £500 in remembrance of a 'phenomenal man' for Help Bristol's Homeless.

A man's garage has been ransacked and four motocross bikes have been taken overnight.

Thousands of people suffering from mental health conditions had to wait three months for NHS psychological care, a study has revealed.

An Easter fair has raised around £1,500 for charity over the bank holiday weekend.

People flocked to Redhill to marvel at a range of spectacular vintage cars on display at the weekend.

South Western Ambulance Service (SWASFT) has initiated a campaign to tackle the rise in violence and abuse towards its control room staff.

Inventive students have won a science competition which raises awareness about the effects of plastic pollution to the world's oceans.

Clevedon's Curzon cinema screened a short film before its main features in support of women tackling climate change in Mali, West Africa.

Bristol City Council (BCC) wants to improve the security of a park and ride site in North Somerset.

Plans to renovate a children's play area have got well underway, with visions to complete the project on a £10,000 budget.

People packed into a village hall and partied the night away at a disco.

A Nailsea woman's charity has raised nearly £150,000 for cancer research in dogs.

Police are concerned for a woman's welfare after she went missing on Wednesday.

People responsible for hundreds of religious or racially aggravated offences got away scot-free during a year's period, Home Office figures reveal.

Two clubs celebrated 70 years of dancing tradition over the weekend.

A well-loved comedian is set to perform a show about parenthood and all its wonders and the Times is giving readers a chance to win tickets to see it.

Pupils at Wrington Primary School enjoyed a visit from police sniffer dog Ollie.

A family tourist attraction which has been running at Asthon Court for nearly 50 years will no longer have to move venue.

Almost £1,000 has been raised at a fashion show in aid of Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary last Friday.

A trailer engulfed by flames on the M5 was caused by a burning 'fag end thrown from a passing vehicle' - according to a haulage company owner.

'Horrifying' figures reveal nearly twice as many young children in North Somerset have had teeth extractions compared to the national average.

Organisers of a memory café hope it will provide a 'community hub' for people living with dementia when it opens next month.

A musician who made his claim to fame as co-frontman of The Libertines will be performing at a South West venue this spring.

A scheme has been launched to tackle rogue landlords forcing people to live in 'hazardous' conditions in the district.

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