More homes could be built on land that is already earmarked for more than 40 affordable houses.
Poppies will still be sold in a village this year.
A young musician from Congresbury has received an award in recognition of outstanding musical talent.
A leading health club and spa has been passed safe to trade following an in-depth audit by a Government-backed health and safety group.
A patient has criticised their GP surgery after they were unable to get a flu jab at their local practice.
A long-awaited project to build a new village community hall has suffered another setback.
A sustainable village shop launched during lockdown has exceeded its Crowdfunder target, which will enable it to transform its space.
Two Congresbury stores will open their doors again this week.
A staff member at a North Somerset medical practice has tested positive for coronavirus.
A rare bee has been found in Yatton, thanks to volunteers’ efforts.
A £395,000 scheme to improve the A370 between junction 21 and Congresbury will begin today (Tuesday).
A 31-year-old man has been arrested in connection with two robberies in Congresbury as well as driving while on drugs.
Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) has emailed supporters to highlight North Somerset Council’s latest consultation document linked to the development of a new local plan.
Youngsters have been rewarded for their efforts in a village.
A Congresbury couple will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Saturday.
To celebrate the return of cricket, Congresbury Cricket Club is selling a book marking the sport in the village.
The route was partly closed on June 29 and 30 due to maintenance work.
A flood has caused ‘extensive damage’ to a village primary school.
Land agent Gladman Homes’ latest attempt to get 50 houses built in a village have been dismissed by North Somerset Council.
North Somerset Council has confirmed resurfacing works will go ahead on the Strawberry Line as part of an ongoing maintenance arrangement.
A village will host a range of events to keep parishioners entertained during lockdown.
A sustainable shop has opened online.
Revellers across North Somerset celebrated the 75th anniversary of VE (Victory in Europe) Day at home.
Weston’s MP has given his backing to villagers campaigning against a planning application.
In what Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) regards as ‘a cynical ploy to take advantage of a national emergency’, a land agent has lodged another planning application.
Congresbury’s GP surgery is being used as a hot site for coronavirus patients.
A home and garage have been burgled in Congresbury.
A North Somerset branch of the National Women’s Register (NWR) held a celebration on the 60th anniversary of the founding of its national organisation.
Plans to build 50 homes in a village have again been refused.
A Congresbury couple have dedicated their new business to a seasonal treat.
A community café has celebrated its first year of trading in a village.
A village has a new café which aims to tackle social isolation.
A community café will celebrate its first year since opening.
Villagers have criticised the ‘intermittent hours’ at Congresbury’s GP surgery while they wait for a new health centre to be built.
A £35,000 scheme to improve two Congresbury roads will start tonight (Monday).
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.