This weekend will mark the start of Clevedon Pier's 150th birthday celebrations and what a week it is going to be.
Clevedon Pier has amassed an extensive collection of trinkets and artefacts in the past 150 years which celebrate the highs and lows of its history.
Music stirred the soul and pulled on heart strings at a charity concert.
Plans to extend a large housing estate on the edge of Yatton have won support from parish councillors - despite concerns over the number of homes being built in the area.
Runners as young as five and as old as 71 will run through a rainbow of colour to raise money for a children's charity.
More than 100 people completed a mile-long run for fun on Sunday.
Drivers face huge delays on the M5 as thousands of motorists head to the West Country for the three-day bank holiday weekend.
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.
The life of one of pop music's biggest names will be documented in a brilliant new biopic film.
An evening involving live music, entertainment and an ironing board awaits audiences in Clevedon.
A village drama group will host its adaptation of Graham Linehan's The Ladykillers! next month.
An array of star-studded musicians will perform at Bristol's biggest one-day festival later this year.
The woman who killed a grandmother by crashing a van into a house in Clevedon could be freed from prison in two years' time.
A Clevedon woman has been found guilty of killing a grandmother after crashing a van into the side of her home.
A Portishead man has been spared jail after punching a man in the mouth.
A Clevedon woman accused of killing a 90-year-old grandmother was 'pretending to be a racing car driver, warming up the tyres' when she crashed into a house, a jury has been told.
A man has been jailed after trashing a Yatton house he had previously been staying in but was kicked out for branding the walls with swastikas.
Captain Tom Abell has challenged Somerset to turn their Royal London One Day Cup triumph into an era of dominance.
Tom Banton's imperious 69 marched Somerset towards Royal London One Day Cup final glory as they beat Hampshire by six wickets at Lord's.
Somerset Rebels opened their home league season with a comfortable win over Eastbourne.
Somerset captain Tom Abell hopes Saturday's Royal London One Day Cup final is not the last ever 50-over domestic final at Lord's.
Dave Clarke was the hero for Portishead Town A after his two goals claimed the Weston & District League's Hospital Cup at the expense of Worle Reserves.
North Somerset Tennis Academy is running a May half-term camp for youngsters at the Clevedon Seafront courts.
The 'Cases' Somerset Rebels responded perfectly to Garry May's wake-up call as they launched their SGB Championship league assault with a maximum four points against Scunthorpe on Friday night.
A Portishead business savoured a 'proud moment' after it was named one of Britain's best travel agents for the second year running.
A former teacher has left the classroom to start a new career aimed at helping women in business.
Staff from a Yatton business have raised thousands of pounds for a children's hospice - helping to pay for 24-hour doctor cover at the charity.
More than 70 people were arrested and £85,000 was seized by police as a result of a week-long initiative.
A world-record-holder and champion BMX rider will host an academy for children in Portishead next week.
Lucky students from Nailsea sixth form were invited to a swanky event at Airbus to celebrate 50 years since Concorde's maiden flight from Filton.
Children in care are leaving school with fewer GCSEs than their classmates, according to new figures.
Students celebrated the end of their school days by dressing up as hippies and letting off some steam on a bouncy castle.
An Australian headteacher who was inspired by teachers at Clevedon School has returned for a visit.
Some gardening jobs are fun and easy - others are best left to the professionals. So, how do you find an experienced, skilled and above all, trustworthy gardener in your local area?
Families enjoyed fun activities while learning about nature at Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group's (YACWAG) Stowey Reserve event.
Half a dozen hens have been saved from slaughter, thanks to nursery children in Flax Bourton.
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