The heartbroken loved ones of a Portishead man say a ‘light has gone out in our lives’ after a car crash claimed his life.
About £1.8million will be available to households living near Bristol Airport to increase noise insulation in their homes as part of a scheme accompanying its expansion plans.
Pupils from a school in Backwell took a trip to Belfast to see the Titanic Exhibition.
A new bargain store has opened up Nailsea High Street.
Local elections may seem months away but candidates have just over two months to apply to represent their ward.
Dozens of motorbikers rode around the South West at the weekend to remember one of their own.
North Somerset Council leader Nigel Ashton says the authority has done a ‘remarkable’ job in the face of Government funding cuts over the past decade.
It is a race against the clock for LEGO heroes to save the world in this new animation film.
A wide range of vegan treats will be showcased in North Somerset this weekend.
Be prepared for a Rough Crossing, as Tom Stoppard’s award-winning comedy of errors returns to Bath’s Theatre Royal from February 25.
Manchester art rock five-piece Sylvette will be heading to Bristol’s Café Kino on Wednesday as part of a country-wide tour in support of their self-titled debut album.
A Portishead venue will host some ‘internationally-renowned acts’ this year, with hopes of raising valuable cash.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from January 9-24:
The following cases were heard from January 2-9.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse between December 18 and January 2.
A business has been ordered to pay more than £18,000 after 186 people contracted food poisoning after dining at a pub on Mother’s Day.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from December 3-18:
Yatton under-15s were left hard done by after a 51-12 loss to North Bristol.
Portishead Table Tennis Club’s development officer Derek Connop has been nabed as the South West’s volunteer of the year in the Pride of Table Tennis Awards.
Clevedon Freshwater Angling Club fished a match against Fry’s AC on the Horseshoe Lake at the Plantations Fishery Kingston Seymour.
Clevedon Golf Club’s Paul Middleton has successfully completed his two-year term as president of the Somerset Golf Union.
Clevedon Town will be hoping for a much-improved display at Bridgwater Town on Friday (7.45pm), after suffering a 4-0 home loss to Chipping Sodbury.
North Somerset’s men had a tough day at the office as they suffered a 4-0 defeat at leaders Isca A.
Clevedon AC women were in superb form at the weekend.
Calls have been made for a council to rethink rent hikes which are impacting traders on Portishead High Street.
Revised plans to demolish a pub and replace it with a petrol station have been revealed, but defiant villagers still insist it should not be flattened.
An opticians has launched a contact lens recycling scheme in a bid to help reduce unnecessary waste sent to landfill.
A Clevedon business will again sponsor a grade-II listed pier as it enters a significant year.
Fans of musical theatre will have the chance to perform songs and dances from Mary Poppins Returns in a half-term holiday club.
A woman from Nailsea has set up her own gift box business to help people celebrate special occasions.
Portishead is set to miss out on vital funding which could revitalise its struggling High Street.
Three friends from a Clevedon firm are aiming to run 36 half marathons in aid of Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
A secondary school has joined a new multi-academy trust after its old one collapsed.
It was a night of murder, mystery, and improvisation as The Story Cellar’s youth theatre group held their second performance at Pill Memorial Club.
Students from Nailsea are leading the way in raising awareness about gender and sexuality issues.
The history of Nailsea has captured the imaginations of children from St Francis Primary School.
Den building and treasure hunting have taken over the timetable at a Nailsea school.
Students from primary schools in Backwell banded together to help raise cash for vital classroom equipment, with a little help from Nailsea Lions.
Five of the six secondary schools within the Times’ area are above the national average for progress.
A high-achieving academy has enjoyed hosting its own darts championship.
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