Hospitality businesses have joined forces to call on the Government for urgent support to help them survive the winter.

A children’s hospice is encouraging people to take part in a food fundraiser to help families in desperate need of support.

Thousands of children across North Somerset are receiving flu vaccines in a major logistical operation led by Sirona care & health’s school nurses.

Nailsea is gearing up for the much-loved farmers’ market, which is returning to the town tomorrow (Saturday).

Times to launch Shop Local campaign

Friday, October 16, 2020

The North Somerset Times is celebrating local businesses with its #ShopLocal campaign launching next week.

The clubandspa at Cadbury House in Congresbury is giving readers the chance to win a 12-month membership for two.

More than 70 stalls filled the town centre as crowds enjoyed the second eat:Nailsea food and drink festival.

The coronavirus pandemic has led to increased levels of stress, anxiety and loneliness for many due to the loss of loved ones, redundancies and restrictions on our daily lives.

Police are urging people in Nailsea to secure their homes and garages after a number of burglaries over the past week.

Nailsea Charity Walks and Runs proved a big hit this year as participants took part virtually.

A new three-tier alert system has been announced by the Government to deal with Covid-19 in different parts of the country.

A former Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership (AWP) NHS Trust patient who attempted to take his own life after a ‘nervous breakdown’ is sharing his story to highlight how his illness led to a key role in the co-production of services and treatment.

The Samaritans of Weston and North Somerset are encouraging people to support family and friends who might be struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.

North Somerset Council is encouraging people to stay healthy this winter through a number of initiatives.

A care home in Nailsea has raised £120 for Macmillan Cancer Support by holding a coffee and cake sale.

Actor and comedian Stephen Merchant visited St Peter’s Hospice to launch a year-long fundraising campaign to help the charity plug a £2million shortfall.

Nailsea’s popular food and drink festival returns to the town on Saturday with more than 60 producers.

Journalism Matters. That’s the title of an annual campaign that kicks off again this week; a chance for the news media industry to shout about the good work we do for our regions and for our society as a whole.

A medical centre has dropped its plans to buy the Weston College site in Nailsea to extend its facilities.

People can sponsor large poppies which will be placed in flower beds in Nailsea to support the Royal British Legion.

Scout group celebrates a century

Friday, October 2, 2020

First Nailsea Scouts is celebrating its 100th birthday this week.

An independent estate agency in North Somerset has been taken over by new owners.

An avid baker and fundraiser is thrilled after raising £2,600 with a Macmillan Coffee Morning.

Farmers’ market returns to Nailsea

Thursday, October 1, 2020

The hugely popular farmers’ market is returning to Nailsea on October 17.

A man was injured in Portishead after robbers kicked and punched him before stealing his wallet.

The number of people diagnosed with coronavirus each week in North Somerset is rising.

People in North Somerset are being encouraged to download the NHS Covid-19 app to help combat the virus.

Recycling and waste services will be brought back under local control next year.

Councillors in North Somerset are calling for an urgent support package to help the hospitality industry following the introduction of more public health restrictions.

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in North Somerset is going down slightly, but council leaders are urging people to continue following the Government’s advice.

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