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Parking charges in North Somerset are being waived for NHS staff and key workers during the coronavirus outbreak.
Clevedon School has put a sign in support of the NHS during the coronavirus crisis.
A second person has died from coronavirus in Weston-super-Mare.
Specsavers has announced it has suspended all routine testing in Somerset for the foreseeable future and will only offer essential and urgent care.
A support service has been launched to help vulnerable people self-isolating in Clevedon, Tickenham and Kenn.
A man has been disinfecting cash machines, parking metres and shop doorways in Weston for free.
A Weston arts festival scheduled to take place this weekend will now be broadcast online.
Wraxall’s zoo has closed until further notice.
National Trust sites across the Times patch have closed.
Clevedon’s community cinema has closed ‘in line with government advice’.
A former rail boss who admitted scamming GWR out of more than £10,000 by filling bogus expense claims has been spared jail.
The following cases were heard by magistrates at North Somerset Courthouse in St George from February 10-12.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from January 6-29.
A horse rider from Clapton-in-Gordano has set her sights high, hoping her new horses follows in his brother’s footsteps.
Somerset-based professional Katie Rule has devised a series of simple drills golfers can practice at home while courses are closed due to the coronavirus lockdown.
On Thursday, the Football Association announced that the season would come to end with all results expunged and no promotion and relegation.
Somerset’s debutant Zach Cook is back home in Australia after spending a fortnight in the UK preparing for the new campaign.
The Football Association has announced today due to the “challenging circumstances” that leagues in steps three to six will end with intermediate effect and all results expunged.
Anders Rowe won the hearts of Somerset Rebels fans last season, after stepping out of the reserve berth.
Most people’s impression of the game of croquet is that it is ‘Alce in Wonderland’ or a vicious game, or played by more elderly people.
A Portishead takeaway is cheering up elderly residents in town with free fish and chips.
Residents in Weston and North Somerset are being warned to be on their guard against coronavirus scams.
Car parks, play areas and recycling centres in North Somerset have closed today following last night’s government announcement.
Southern Co-op has confirmed the store in Clevedon will be closing next month.
An intrepid entrepreneur has completed his third overseas challenge and raised thousands for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Residents of a North Somerset village have launched a petition against the closure of their Royal Mail sorting office.
An estate agent with more than 100 years’ experience has been named in the top three per cent of lettings branches in the country.
A coast and country store will open at a dairy farm in Clapton-in-Gordano this weekend.
Clevedon School celebrated its eighth Clevedon Academy Awards in style.
A student from Clevedon has won an award for receiving the best GCSE grades in the country.
Backwell School has lost its outstanding Ofsted rating.
A Clevedon teacher who made racist comments in a primary school class and on social media has been banned from the profession.
Schools across North Somerset will close from tommorrow (Friday) until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Clevedon Swimming Club held a speed event to raise money for Sport Relief.
A team of Wrington students were awarded the top prize in the 2020 Youth Speaks competition
More than 60 people attended a talk about a project which aims to make Portishead carbon-zero by 2030.