A seven-year-old from Clevedon features in a calendar which aims to challenge the outdated perceptions of Down’s syndrome.
A home for people with learning difficulties will be set up in Clevedon.
Police are hunting for a driver who failed to stop after a four-vehicle crash on the M5.
A care home in Clevedon has earned a good score following a visit from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Health inspectors have criticised a Clevedon care home because people were at risk of suffering burns.
Hard-working sailing volunteers from Clevedon and Yatton will have a royal appointment this week to recognise decades of service.
More jobs are set to be created in Clevedon, with a window-making firm announcing investments of more than a quarter of a million pounds.
Towns and villages across North Somerset fell silent to remember the sacrifice men and women have made fighting for their country.
One of the most talked about films at the moment is to be shown at the Curzon cinema – and lucky Times readers will be able to watch it for free in Clevedon.
A Clevedon vicar abseiled 150ft down a quarry for charity.
Live music, puppetry and a captivating fairytale world awaits in a production heading to North Somerset this month.
Parts of the M5 have been closed tonight (Tuesday) because of a significant problem with the road surface.
Tesco could soon host a car wash service at its supermarket in Clevedon.
The tale of a prisoner of war and a guard in Northern Iraq explores the impact of racial and religious politics in a Theatre Shop production next week.
A Russian folk tale based on a mythical creature will be performed in Clevedon next month.
A popular comedy duo return with a new show this month, and the Times has tickets to be won.
Award-winning poet Luke Wright will take his latest critically-acclaimed show to Clevedon later this month, and the Times has tickets to see it up for grabs.
Children at a Clevedon nursery have put on their own festival.
A Clevedon man has reached the regional final of a glasses-wearing competition.
For many people yesterday (Sunday) was a washout, but not at Clevedon Flower Show which beat the elements to host another fantastic summer event.
Art-lovers have just a few days left to enjoy an annual exhibition in Clevedon.
Swimmers have been warned to stay out of Clevedon’s Marine Lake until next month after the second discovery of E.coli in a matter of weeks.
An animation celebration will be held at the Curzon next week, and the Times has tickets up for grabs to see a choice of films.
Hundreds of beautiful plants, fruit and vegetables will be displayed at Clevedon Flower Show this weekend.
A Clevedon engineering company has been given a six-figure investment to buy new equipment.
Clevedon Lions Club has installed its third defibrillator.
Community heroes which make Clevedon a better place to live and work have the chance to be recognised for their endeavours.
A Clevedon engraving business has completed an expansion of its premises.
A Clevedon health club is being forced to close after its owner was handed an ‘enormous’ repair bill to fix the former Victorian market hall it is based in.
A Clevedon athlete who underwent a kidney transplant eight years ago has won five medals at a national competition.
A vacant seafront pub in Clevedon will be transformed into flats, despite parking worries.
The smallest member of the gargantuan Marvel universe is returning to Clevedon’s Curzon cinema screen this week.
A Clevedon children’s charity has been given thousands of pounds to introduce new digital learning diaries.
More artwork has appeared in Clevedon which may have been created by Banksy.
A Clevedon rugby player has been banned for four years after admitting taking steroids.
A Clevedon road sign created by artist Banksy has disappeared.
Clevedon children have created almost 1,400 paper doves to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War One.
The third film in a freakishly funny family franchise will be shown at the Curzon cinema this week.
A volunteer group which helps maintain the Land Yeo river is appealing for younger members.
Open air film screenings will take place in Clevedon and Portishead at the start of September.
Extra volunteers are needed to run a hospital café after it was forced to reduce its opening hours.
A health service will run more of its operation from North Somerset Council’s offices in Clevedon in future.
A woman who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s a decade ago has completed a 40-mile trek across one of Europe’s biggest mountain ranges.
A 12-week series of drama-based happiness workshops held in Nailsea will come to an end this week.
A Clevedon beauty salon has been shortlisted for a regional award.
Swimmers have been advised to avoid entering Clevedon’s Marine Lake after dangerous bacteria was found in the water.
Out-of-hours staff will be reduced at North Somerset Community Hospital for the rest of the summer.
The Parr family will make their grand and long-awaited return to screens this month as The Incredibles 2 promises to be bigger and better than the first one.
Three Hollywood actors star in an emotional drama about one woman and her dreams of owning a bookshop – and the Times is giving readers the chance to see it for free.
The struggles of a female comedian will be told in the latest film premiering at Clevedon’s Curzon cinema.
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