Twenty-three more cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Somerset.
Two unions have praised schools across North Somerset for putting the safety of staff and children first by delaying the reopening of schools following an outbreak of coronavirus.
Council leaders have confirmed they will introduce stricter measures if there is evidence to show an increase in infections in the community following the coronavirus outbreak in Weston General Hospital.
Health leaders are working to reopen Weston General Hospital’s A&E department as soon as possible, after it was closed to new patients following an outbreak of coronavirus.
More space will be dedicated to walking and cycling in North Somerset to help people socially distance and support economic recovery.
Doctors are reassuring older people in North Somerset they are safe and welcome to go into GP surgeries during the coronavirus pandemic.
People are urged to seek medical help if they need to over the bank holiday weekend.
A volunteer group in Nailsea has helped thousands of people access support during the coronavirus pandemic.
North Somerset Council is working with local schools to try to get children back safely as soon as possible in line with new Government guidance.
Care sector experts warn homes could close unless they are given more support during the coronavirus pandemic.
Two football clubs in Nailsea have suffered an increase in antisocial behaviour and criminal damage during the lockdown.
A further six people have tested positive for coronavirus in North Somerset.
Churchgoers in North Somerset can still enjoy worship and pray together online during the lockdown.
A coronavirus support group in Nailsea has set up a book. puzzle and games lending library to keep people entertained during the lockdown.
Health and care leaders have issued an open letter to people in North Somerset to thank them following the Government guidelines to protect themselves and the NHS during the pandemic.
North Somerset Council leader Don Davies and deputy leader Mike Bell have paid tribute to people who have been helping others during the pandemic.
A community group in Nailsea is looking for keen gardeners to grow flowers ready to brighten up the town once the lockdown is over.
Pupils from a Nailsea school have been helping to take care of some lambs during the lockdown.
A woman who suffers from asthma has made more than 400 headbands for NHS workers to help the fight against Covid-19.
A support group in Nailsea which has been helping people during the pandemic is running a free hot meal delivery service.
Twenty more coronavirus cases were diagnosed in North Somerset over the weekend.
A caring eight-year-old from Nailsea has raised more than £850 for charity by hiking 26.2km from Portishead to Kingston Seymour.
A medical centre which serves Nailsea, Backwell and Long Ashton will remain open over the bank holiday for medical emergencies.
Dedicated staff from a Nailsea school will be cycling and running around their neighbourhoods and gardens to raise funds for a sports hall.
Another 13 cases of coronavirus have been diagnosed in North Somerset.
Coronavirus cases in the care sector are on the rise with 20 per cent of homes in North Somerset reporting outbreaks over a four-week period.
Another 20 cases of coronavirus have been diagnosed in North Somerset.
People are being asked to nominate key workers in North Somerset to receive a bouquet of flowers.
Volunteers in Cleeve are helping vulnerable people to access food and medicines during the pandemic.