Students from a sixth form enjoyed their final day at school by dressing up as their favourite characters.
A canoe club helped several families to enjoy paddling on Clevedon's Marine Lake for the first time.
A mum is organising a dinner and auction in aid of Children's Hospice South West which supports her son.
A driver led police on a nine-mile car chase and crashed into a pub wall with two children and a female passenger inside at the weekend.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from May 8-14:
An Indian restaurant could add flavour and 'vibrancy' to the 'growing night-time economy' at Portishead's precinct, after plans to refurbish a long-vacant unit were revealed.
A charity quiz held in a Clevedon pub helped raise more than £300 for Mind.
Stand-up comedian Ross Noble will bring his UK tour to the West Country next year.
Eleven acts are set to take to the stage when a popular folk festival returns to Nailsea next month.
The life and death of a music composer with links to Portishead will be screened at a grade II-listed cinema.
A thrilling tale of two personalities will be told by an amateur dramatic group.
A cinema in the region will screen The Breadwinner this month.
A man has been spared jail after taking a samurai sword into a pub as a 'cry for help' over the mental health difficulties he was facing.
The following court cases were heard at North Somerset courthouse from May 1-8:
A Nailsea woman who threatened to kill a homeless man after he refused her offer of chips must wait four months to be sentenced.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset courthouse from April 24 to May 1:
Somerset Rebels reserve Henry Atkins has been snapped up by National League side Mildenhall and is set to make his debut just 24 hours after riding at Glasgow.
Following the previous week's abysmal performance at Potterne, Clevedon showed a great deal of resolve while easing to a lop-sided 112-run WEPL win over Lansdown at Dial Hill.
Cleeve were left counting the cost of a poor batting display as they came up short against Bishopston in Bristol & District League Division Two.
Clevedon Golf Club's Captain's Charity event was hit by thunder and lightning last week.
Nailsea came within a whisker of upsetting league leaders Old Bristolians Westbury at The Grove on Saturday.
Bristol Karate Academy members combined for nine medals at the KUGB Southern Championships in Crawley.
Cleeve got the better of Bristol Pakistanis in the Bristol & District Cup on Wednesday.
Three Portishead community groups will be lent a much-needed hand in the coming weeks and months, after an 'exciting' charity partnership was launched.
A taxi company is offering free journeys within Clevedon to support Children's Hospice South West (CHSW).
Owners of one of the area's largest dental practices are retiring after 29 years.
An estate agent is on a mission to save struggling high streets by encouraging people to support their local shops.
Children's Hospice South West has received a generous donation from an international hotel group as a random act of kindness.
A Nailsea kebab shop owner is 'delighted' to have regained his five star food hygiene rating.
The future of many of North Somerset's transport links have been cast into doubt as the areas biggest transport group has announced its UK operations may be sold as part of plans to split them from its parent company.
A golf club has undergone a facelift after significant investment, making it more 'welcoming and vibrant'.
A Portishead youngster will be fighting for titles summer after being selected to represent his country.
Youngsters discovered how sports and activities can improve their physical and mental wellbeing.
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.
More than a dozen bright students received top marks in a presentation.
A primary school has been treated to a visit by African creatures this week.
A £4.9million primary school has been taken under the wing of a multi-academy trust.
'Incredibly hard-working staff' have been praised for helping a school achieve a good Ofsted rating.
More than 70 people were arrested and £85,000 was seized by police as a result of a week-long initiative.
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