An ancient Somerset tradition returned to a village on the weekend.
Wassails aplenty take over North Somerset town and villages from today (Friday) until Sunday.
A Congresbury hotel is preparing to host its annual Burns Night to celebrate the famous Scottish bard.
Bird watchers are being asked to take part in YACWAG's Christmas bird survey.
Plans for a large modern GP surgery to provide two growing villages with enough appointments for years to come have been halted due to funding issues.
Villagers were treated to a night of joy as its festive fair was held on December 4.
A motorcyclist was taken to hospital last night (Wednesday) after a collision with a car in Congresbury.
A team of 50 riders linked to a Congresbury business cycled almost 250 miles in a bid to raise thousands of pounds for charity.
A Congresbury nursery has opened its doors to give villagers the chance to take part in its Halloween pumpkin trails.
A housing developer's plan to start building 50 homes in Congresbury has suffered a setback, following a row over a path linking the development with the rest of the village.
A public toilet block will be closed for a fortnight after being vandalised.
Two people have been sent to hospital after a three-car collision on the A370 today (Monday).
A depression and anxiety support group in Congresbury has celebrated its first birthday.
A tea and coffee morning was held in Congresbury to thank Marie Curie volunteers.
Family and friends of the Congresbury man who died unexpectedly raised nearly £15,000 after cycling 300 miles.
Hundreds of villagers in Congresbury turned up to vote in favour of adopting a neighbourhood plan in a referendum last week.
Detailed plans for more homes in Congresbury will be discussed next week.
A famous chef will be coming to Congresbury this month.
Shoppers 'could have been seriously harmed' at Cadbury Garden Centre after a glass roof shattered at the weekend.
Wannabe Hercule Poirots can take part in a night of murder mystery this week.
DoubleTree by Hilton, Cadbury House wants to build an extra car park to host the hundreds of staff who work on site.
Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group (YACWAG) has been spurring people on to protect the environment for 20 years and its founders have spoken to the Times about the vital work it has achieved over this time.
A bus link between three villages is being axed next week.
A decision on whether a GP surgery should be built on the edge of Congresbury has been delayed again.
Excited schoolchildren got to enjoy a treat ahead of the Christmas holidays starting.
Roadworks will begin in the centre of Portishead today (Wednesday).
A GP practice has been warned its plans for a new surgery to serve patients in Congresbury and Yatton will not be accepted unless it resolves 'major concerns'.
A retired Congresbury farmer and former parish councillor has died.
The future of healthcare in Congresbury and Yatton will be debated by parish councillors next week.
Detailed plans for new homes near a Congresbury garden centre have failed to impress.
Detailed plans for homes near a Congresbury garden centre have failed to impress.
A juice, coffee and smoothie bar has opened up in Congresbury.
Police have arrested a woman after trying to steal a caravan in the early hours in Congresbury.
A hotel's plan to increase the number of car parking spaces on offer will be debated on Monday night.
A man has been given a suspended sentence after his lorry hit and killed a blind man on a crossing in Congresbury.
Plans for a new GP surgery for patients living in Claverham, Congresbury and Yatton threaten to ruin the countryside.
The following cases were held at North Somerset Courthouse, near Weston-super-Mare, on January 3-15:
A lorry driver accused of killing a man from Yatton in a crash on the A370 will appear at Bristol Crown Court later this month.
A lorry driver from Bristol will appear in court today (Wednesday) accused of causing the death of a man in Congresbury.
Tartan, kilts and bagpipes will take over Congresbury this weekend when a Burns Night party will be held.
Water supplies are now safe to drink following a sickness bug contamination.
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.
Campaigners are rejoicing this Christmas after fending off a plan to increase Congresbury's size.
Shoppers were treated to some festive cheer thanks to more than 50 singers from across North Somerset.
Villagers are being asked to count the number of birds in their garden for a survey.
A man, who may 'appear depressed', has gone missing, prompting a police search in North Somerset.
A performance of Aladdin will be staged in Congresbury in the week after Christmas.