In just seven days time we will all be out voting to decide who will be the councillors to represent us at district, town and parish council level.
An event which hopes to raise hundreds of pounds for a children’s charity will be held this weekend.
Travel disruption is predicted over the coming days with gales forecast to batter the South West of England.
Rubbish dumped close to Bristol Airport was collected during a clean-up.
Thousands of swimmers enjoyed a weekend of fun in the sun, as Portishead Open Air Pool welcomed a record-breaking number of visitors over the bank holiday weekend.
Plans to open a microbrewery and craft ale bar in Portishead town centre have been given the green light by North Somerset Council planners.
People in North Somerset are being encouraged to improve their health through walking.
The most anticipated superhero film of the year will hit the big screen this month, and the Times is offering readers the chance to see it for free.
An improvised pub quiz will take place in Clevedon next month, and Times readers can win tickets to the show.
Jazz music will return to Portishead this week.
A Pill cancer charity will be holding a night of music and comedy.
A new production of thought-provoking political drama Our Country’s Good, is heading to Bristol’s Tobacco Factory Theatres for the next few weeks.
The death of a revered and ‘inspirational’ farmer was caused by a ‘traumatic head injury’ when he fell from a loft at his small holding, an inquest has heard.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from February 15-27:
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from January 31 to February 13:
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Clevedon Town completed a Toolstation Western League Premier Division double over Cadbury Heath with a 1-0 win on Easter Monday.
Local pupils helped Avon Schools to a superb second place finish at the UK Sportshall Athletics finals at Manchester’s Sport City.
The final of the Weston Table Tennis League’s Archdale Cup handicap competition produced an exciting contest.
Stuart Beaver and Henry Hoult retained their mens doubles title at Backwell Tennis Club in the delayed 2018 final recently.
Late goals from former Portishead Town duo Calum Townsend and Dan Elson saw Ashton & Backwell to victory against their old club in Toolstation Western League Division One on Saturday.
The Cases Somerset Rebels signed off their Southern Group programme of the SGB Championship with a powerful hat-trick of 5-1 maximum heat advantages to consign the resilient Eastbourne Eagles to defeat on Wednesday.
Clevedon Lawn Tennis Club held the first of two open days at their Princes Road base, to much acclaim.
Footballers in Nailsea will soon be sporting a new kit, thanks to a shop in Nailsea.
A parish council has announced it will oppose revised plans for an industrial complex after concerns were raised that traffic assessments for the development are out of date.
The manager of a vets in Portishead has been nominated for a national award.
The staff at a Portishead hair and beauty salon have been named the best in the country, with industry leaders describing the team as the ‘gold standard’ for customer service.
A club which provides childcare after school and in the holidays is in desperate need of a new venue.
Transformational plans to improve a seaside town’s centre and attract more visitors are taking shape.
Fitness fans can experience a new workout while attached to a bungee.
Hundreds of school places are set to be unfilled in North Somerset within three years due to a drop in birth rates.
Twelve of North Somerset’s schools are full or overcapacity.
Inventive students have won a science competition which raises awareness about the effects of plastic pollution to the world’s oceans.
Hundreds of teenagers in North Somerset are missing out on education or training after leaving school, despite Government guarantees.
The Easter school holidays have arrived and pupils were busy in the lead up to it by taking part in a competition.
Environmental efforts continue to grow in Portishead after primary school pupils started a recycling scheme.
Hundreds of pupils were missing from North Somerset’s schools every day last year.
Past and present staff and governors were invited into a Nailsea school to plant trees to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
An author who has penned more than 100 children’s books visited a Portishead school.
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