Police are appealing for information after a man was attacked with a hammer during a burglary in Claverham.
Health and first aid charity St John Ambulance is helping with the safe collection of blood from donors during the pandemic.
School pupils enjoyed a performance of a classic ballet.
New homes will go on sale within the next 12 months as demolition work on a former factory in Claverham has begun.
Thousands of pounds were raised across North Somerset on Friday for Children in Need.
The safety of children crossing the road to school in Claverham has been raised as a concern.
The darkness of Halloween was replaced by something altogether brighter at the weekend.
A parish church was full of colour at the weekend.
Stroke survivors using golf to rebuild their lives took part in a tournament at the Mendip Springs golf club in Congresbury.
Eight lucky villagers will share more than £250,000 after winning a lottery.
Work to demolish a former aerospace factory and build more than 70 homes in its place will begin in a matter of weeks, after North Somerset Council granted the project planning permission.
People living in Claverham, Cleeve or Yatton facing hardship can apply for funding through an annual grants scheme.
A model replica of Concorde wowed a huge crowd at the weekend.
A man is in police custody for allegedly dressing up in sexualised clothing in North Somerset.
The majestic sight of Concorde will fly overhead at an air show this weekend.
A residential street was cordoned off after a man’s body was found inside a vehicle this afternoon (Friday).
The beer and cider will flow at a charitable festival next weekend.
An appeal has been launched to try to track down the owners of a canary which has flown away.
Hundreds of people gathered for a May Day fair on Monday.
A ‘dilapidated’ part of a village church faces being torn down and replaced with a modern equivalent.
Plans to turn a former aerospace factory into a housing estate have been changed.
Lucky charities and schools have received vital funds thanks to the endeavours of Yeo Valley Lions.
Young cooks have been showing off their talents in the kitchen in recent days.
One of the biggest housing developments planned for a village in many years will be debated next week.
A public meeting will be held this week over plans to open a primary school in Yatton.
Eyes were cast skywards at the weekend as a model air show drew a large crowd of people to Yatton.
People in need of urgent financial support are being urged to apply for a grant.
Model aeroplanes will take to the skies above Claverham and Yatton at a two-day festival this weekend.
A former restaurant is not set to reopen after plans were revealed showing it could be converted into a home.
A gorgeous bank holiday weekend was rounded off in style as the sun shone on Claverham for its May Day fair.
A Claverham care home has been praised for its high standards by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Lovers of horses will be able to enjoy a ride and help out a charity at the same time during a fun day next month.
Two green fields have been protected after a developer made a U-turn about building dozens of houses on them.
Children in Claverham are enjoying using new play equipment, largely thanks to the hard work of one of the pupils’ parents.
Plans to build houses on a field which has been used for fairs for years have been scrapped.
A housing developer wishes to build over a popular community field which has hosted events for years.
Campaigners fighting to protect Claverham and Yatton from unsuitable development will meet tomorrow (Tuesday) to give an update of the villages’ futures.
One hundred homes will be built in Claverham, if a developer gets its wish.
Volunteers believe their village will be better protected from speculative developers trying to build houses in the countryside after voters agreed to adopt a neighbourhood plan.
Villagers will today (Thursday) cast votes on whether they wish to adopt a neighbourhood plan.
A property developer has snapped up a factory site in Claverham – just days before villagers vote on how they want to see the area evolve over the next decade.
Water supplies are now safe to drink following a sickness bug contamination.
Villagers are being urged to give up five minutes to secure Claverham’s long-term future.
Customers who cannot use tap water after a sickness bug was discovered will receive compensation, Bristol Water has announced.
People in parts of Claverham, Cleeve, Clevedon, Congresbury and Yatton are being told not to drink the tap water after parasites were discovered.
Villagers have just a fortnight to register for a postal vote ahead of a referendum in January.
Lots of dancing feet helped to raise hundreds of pounds for one of the region’s biggest and most important charities.
Emergency services have been called out to an accident in Yatton this afternoon (Thursday).
Voters in Claverham will go to the polls in the new year to decide if they want a long-term plan for the village.