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Clevedon AC member James Foster completed his first ultra marathon recently.

Two Clevedon AC members were part of the Virtual London Marathon on Sunday.

The British Gymnastics Foundation has announced a fundraising initiative to raise vital funds and ensure no gymnast is left behind due to the impact of Covid-19.

West Backwell Bowling Club made the most of their 90th anniversary season, despite the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Portishead & Clevedon Triathlon Club members returned to training and racing in new club kit.

Clevedon AC have taken the difficult decision to cancel their Boxing Day Road Race this year.

Clevedon AC team wins Uphill to Wells Relay

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Clevedon AC won the Uphill to Wells Relay for the third year in a row on Saturday.

Clevedon AC’s Tom Abrahams aimed to beat the Fastest Known Time to run the Mendip Way from Uphill to Frome – a distance of 79km.

David Rhys Jones paid tribute to former bowls partner and friend of 57 years David Bryant by calling him ‘the greatest bowler the world has ever seen’ after his death at the age of 88.

Somerset Gryphons are holding junior open registration evenings this month ahead of the new hockey season.

Portishead’s Harvey Lathrope put in another good performance in round two of the British Mini Bikes at the Lydd Kart Circuit.

Clevedon AC’s Francesca Rawlings returned to competitive action at the Severn Bridge 10k last weekend.

North Somerset Athletic Club have been shortlisted for the South West Award for their efforts during lockdown.

Nailsea Bowls Club enjoyed a fun community day as locals tried their hand at lawn bowls.

Clevedon AC member Jim Hardcastle took on the Man vs Moor race at Exmoor National Park recently.

David Bryant, the winner of five Commonwealth gold medals, 11 World Outdoor Bowls Championship medals and nine titles at the World Indoor Championships, has died at the age of 88.

In line with government guidance Somerset Bowls staged an open pairs tournament at Clevedon Bowling Club.

Nailsea Bowls Club is inviting people to a taster session to try the sport on Saturday (August 22).

Netball is once again open with netfit style sessions running all over North Somerset in Nailsea, Weston and Clevedon, for children between the ages of eight to 16-years-old as well as adults.

A leader and his team of advisiors have raised over £2,000, which will be doubled by their employee and gift aided to take the grand total over £4,500.

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