A Congresbury couple will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Saturday.
Gordano School pupils have been writing poems, letters and drawing pictures to help put a smile on care home residents’ faces.
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.
Backwell Village Show has been cancelled for the first time in its history due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Avon Fire and Rescue have told Barrow Gurney residents ‘not to be alarmed’ if they see smoke in the area after crews allowed a barn yard fire to burn in a controlled manner.
People are being encouraged to dine out as a number of restaurants, cafés and pubs are participating in the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme this month.
Blood donors in Clevedon who fit and healthy are being asked to continue giving as donation levels have dropped during the pandemic.
A charity worker from Backwell has released her first novel, which touches upon mental health stigma.
Clevedon YMCA is offering two socially distanced arts and crafts sessions this month for children aged five to 11 years old.
Ambitious plans to cut the number of cars on North Somerset’s roads by 50,000 a year have been revealed in a bid to reduce emmissions.
Portishead Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with a funded programme to help support employers to strengthen their workforce.
An increase in violent crimes, sexual offences and drug offences were recorded in North Somerset in the 12 months leading up to lockdown.
Readers have sent in beautiful snapshots of North Somerset coastlines this week.
The North Somerset village has had an agreement in principle for a lower speed limit for the past few years.
Health and first aid charity St John Ambulance is helping with the safe collection of blood from donors during the pandemic.
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.
The Government has postponed further lifting of lockdown restrictions following a rise in coronavirus cases.
North Somerset Council online directory can help parents and carers look for childcare and activities during the summer break.
People are being encouraged to have their day on a local plan which will affect the future development of North Somerset.
Police in Avon and Somerset will receive £400,000 to tackle burglary and theft and make streets safer.
Striking pictures of sunsets have been captured by Times reader Richard Hayball for this week’s iWitness24 photo roundup.
Beryl’s daughter described her ‘remarkable’ life which featured a stint in the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force during World War II.
The teacher and author discusses how she balances the two jobs and the moments her students discover her slightly risque novels.
The Unlock Your Talent festival has raised more than £9,000 for North Somerset charity, Vine Counselling Service.
Waste and recycling collections will start earlier during hot spells this summer to avoid crews from working in extreme heat conditions.
Wearing a face covering in shops and supermarkets to minimise the spread of coronavirus will be mandatory from Friday.
Strawberry Gardens will comprise two-bedroom apartments for residents over the age of 55 and is expected to be completed this winter.
Rosie was evaluated extensively for the title and had to submit three essays, in which she discussed the future of nursing.
The Yatton site was acquired in 2018 with its original plans to build 170 homes.
The small grants aim to help people of all ages in financial trouble.
North Somerset Council confirmed a list of libraries extending the service before opening their doors fully.
The route was partly closed on June 29 and 30 due to maintenance work.
An online learning service has been launched for young musicians in North Somerset during lockdown.
Here is the chance to put those lockdown gym sessions to the test in aid of charity.
Charity YMCA Dulverton Group will host the day camps for seven weeks beginning in July.
North Somerset Council has confirmed resurfacing works will go ahead on the Strawberry Line as part of an ongoing maintenance arrangement.
It is believed the Government’s coronavirus response could mean some people are on unemployment-related benefits while still being employed.
The stores will accept donations, although will not be begin trading until a later date.
Recent NHS England figures show an increase in NHS 111 calls across the South West in May.
Wrington Vale’s first female member has transferred from another district’s club.
Wrington Rotarians have delivered PPE to care homes across the South West.
School nurses have issued a reminder that their service across North Somerset is still available during the coronavirus pandemic.
A Nailsea-based businesswoman has raised more than £1,200 for the NHS by hand-making Gnorbits.
One of the talent contest’s entries had their work shared by the Duchess of Cambridge as part of her Hold Still project.
Thousands of people in North Somerset have contacted the NHS 111 service to report coronavirus symptoms since March, new figures show.
The Government’s system went live on May 28, with a North Somerset resident in charge of the operation.