Clevedon Pier has been awash with One Direction fans following the release of the group’s new video which includes the popular landmark.
Clevedon Music Club will bring back live performances of classical music with its first concert next week.
A 14-year-old girl from Nailsea completed a 13-mile sponsored walk, raising more than £900 towards a much-needed new air conditioning system at her performing arts school.
People in Clevedon will be able to say goodbye to bowling champion David Bryant during a funeral procession through the town on Friday.
The mother of a 14-year-old boy who was threatened to be stabbed if he did not surrender his push bike said the incident is ‘heartbreaking’.
A Clevedon environment campaigning organisation is encouraging visitors and people living in the town to ditch the single-use plastic bottles in favour of reusable options.
The Clevedon Sunday Market is due to return this weekend, following a ‘difficult year’.
A Portishead man has raised more than £3,400 towards the wishlist of a terminally-ill father by swimming for 15 hours at Clevedon’s Marine Lake.
Clevedon Yeo Rotary is inviting people to take part in a photograph competition with the theme autumn in Clevedon, to raise funds for the community Foodbank.
Clevedon Music Club is starting up its monthly live concerts again this month.
Two teenagers are due to be questioned by police in Clevedon after they were found injured near a crashed, stolen moped belonging to a carer.
A Clevedon school pupil raised £600 for the NHS after turning a home-schooling project into a fundraiser.
Visitors to the Minor Injury Unit in Clevedon will know what to expect ahead of their appointments, thanks to a new video guide.
A Portishead man has raised more than £2,000 towards a father’s bucket list after he was diagnosed with incurable oesophagus cancer.
A 14-year-old boy was threatened to be stabbed if he did not surrender his push bike in a robbery in Clevedon.
Students and families arrived to collect GCSE results on Thursday morning on a very different results day.
A proposal to stop a special school being built on a green space in Clevedon has been rejected.
The Curzon has made tickets available for two people to go on their very own roof tour to see the work being carried out on Clevedon’s 108-year-old cinema, on September 2
A car crashed into the building of a travel agency in Clevedon last weekend causing further concern for a business that is experiencing a difficult year.
Students at Clevedon School celebrated their A-level and BTEC results, despite the difficult climate with exams being cancelled and speculation about the grading and appeals process.
Clevedon’s historic cinema is set to reopen in October following major repairs to its roof.
Two charities in North Somerset are unable to reopen their Clevedon offices due to the new social distancing rules.
Clevedon Baptist Church offers a telephone service for those finding themselves cut off from the outside world during these difficult times.
An award-winning student from Clevedon has won international acclaim and gained a place at a prestigious performing arts school, ‘Performers’ in London.
Blood donors in Clevedon who fit and healthy are being asked to continue giving as donation levels have dropped during the pandemic.
An independent gym in Clevedon raised £325 for NHS Charities Together as well as receiving an award for the services it offered members during lockdown.
Clevedon YMCA is offering two socially distanced arts and crafts sessions this month for children aged five to 11 years old.
A member of the Clevedon under 14s rugby team raised more than £1,000 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) during lockdown.
Clevedon School pupils have been praised by some big names in pop music for songs they created during lockdown and raising more than £4,000 for charity.
People are being encouraged to dine out as a number of restaurants, cafés and pubs will participate in the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme this month.
Police are appealing for help to trace a man in relation to an incident of public indecency in Clevedon.
The Unlock Your Talent festival has raised more than £9,000 for North Somerset charity, Vine Counselling Service.
Residents in Clevedon will soon be able to be tested locally for coronavirus after a temporary mobile testing unit will be set up on Monday.
A mother says words ‘cannot describe’ the ‘horrendous’ car fire she and her family woke up to in the early hours of the morning on July 16.
Outdoor dining could be implemented in three towns to help North Somerset’s food and drink sector recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
A live grenade was exploded after being discovered at Clevedon beach yesterday (Tuesday).
North Somerset Council confirmed a list of libraries extending the service before opening their doors fully.
A town centre site that has been empty for a decade will finally be sold.
A Clevedon telecomms company has been named best provider at the SME-News UK Enterprise Awards.
The stores will accept donations, although will not be begin trading until a later date.
A church has been redesigned to provide private prayer spaces during the coronavirus pandemic.
A former Clevedon teacher who served in World War II has died at the age of 98.
A drama based on the Novichok poisonings in Salisbury starts this weekend, featuring scenes from North Somerset.
Steps to tackle the increasing amounts of litter being left by visitors to the area are being taken by North Somerset Council.
More space will be dedicated to walking and cycling in North Somerset to help people socially distance and support economic recovery.
A Clevedon photographer has cancelled his exhibition due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Clevedon’s Curzon cinema has won a silver award in the Charity Film Awards.
Post Office staff have been are going the extra mile for the community during the coronavirus outbreak.