A woman cyclist has suffered head and shoulder injuries after a collision with a car on The Portbury Hundred over the bank holiday weekend.
Revellers across North Somerset celebrated the 75th anniversary of VE (Victory in Europe) Day at home.
A zero-waste shop selling store-cupboard essentials has opened in Portishead.
A Portishead charity has received hundreds of pounds worth of Lottery funding.
A brewing company has opened its first pub in Portishead.
A mental health charity will host a drop in session this afternoon (Tuesday) in preparation for a wellbeing café it is due to open in Portishead.
A Portishead man will embark on a coastal walk in the name of charity.
Three friends have cycled more than 19,500 miles in support of Ben Smith’s 401 Foundation.
A Burns Night supper, farmers’ market and holiday show are all taking place in the district this weekend.
The future of Portishead Carnival has been thrown into doubt after organisers have decided to step down from running the event after nearly 20 years.
A Portishead care home has launched an initiative to become greener in a bid to ‘protect our planet’.
A plethora of charity concerts are taking place in the district this weekend.
Speakeasy Jazz Club in Portishead is pleased to present tenor sax master Craig Crofton and his superb quartet this Friday.
Wassails aplenty take over North Somerset town and villages from today (Friday) until Sunday.
A pop-up indoor market, an online business hub and the formation of a traders group are on the agenda at a small businesses meeting in Portishead next week.
A decade-long battle to build a skatepark in Portishead is nearly over.
Start the new year with some lively dancing and music at Portishead Rotary Club’s annual barn dance.
A Portishead supermarket got involved in two initiatives over Christmas and New Year.
Drivers face having to pay to park in Clevedon, Nailsea and Portishead.
A Portishead care centre threw a Christmas party for its residents.
In the run up to Christmas, children in Portishead have been practising the art of giving.
A charitable event which saw vans decorated in Christmas lights raised £830 for Bristol Children’s Hospital on December 15.
The long-running saga of finding a place for a new skatepark in Portishead could come to an end next month.
North Somerset Council is warning residents that the abuse of blue badges will not be tolerated following a recent string of successful prosecutions.
A nursery owner from Portishead has published her first children’s book for the festive season.
Almost 200 swimmers took part in the Christmas Popsicle at Portishead Open Air Pool.
Portishead Film’s latest offering, Wild Rose, will be screened at the Jubilee Hall on January 10.
Father Christmas has been out in Portishead helping a charity raise money during the festive season.
Bad weather forced a Portishead food festival to be reduced, but organisers believe the event was still a huge success.
Portishead town centre was packed with thousands of people as the Victorian Evening proved a major hit once again.
Reeds Rains in Clevedon is hoping everyone can enjoy a chocolate treat this Christmas.
A road closure due to take place between Clevedon and Portishead has been postponed.
Timetable changes to bus services which travel through Portishead, Backwell, Congresbury, Yatton, Claverham and Long Ashton will be put in place next month.
Portishead will turn the clocks back on Sunday for a Victorian fair, which is the main fundraising event of the year for the town’s Christmas lights.
A Portishead church is trying to raise the best part of half a million pounds to create a play area and café.
Portishead Fire Station has recruited its first female firefighter in its history.
An estate agent presented pupils from a Portishead primary school with a Christmas hamper to support buying new equipment.
A Portishead man who made an explosive device has been spared jail.
Oscar-winning film, Green Book, will be screened by Portishead Film at Jubilee Hall on Friday.
A Portishead business owner is seeking donations to allow her to continue to help underprivileged children in Africa.
Major changes are in the works for a Portishead business organisation, with hopes of ‘creating new opportunities’ for the town’s traders.
Portishead Town Council could go bankrupt within three years unless people pay more tax in future, says the chairman of its finance committee.
Four months of roadworks will begin on one of North Somerset’s biggest commuter roads next week.
A locum clerk has been appointed to oversee Portishead Town Council’s administration.
Thousands of people turned out to watch Portishead’s Christmas lights be turned on.
Food festival organisers have confirmed dates for their events next year.
Thousands of pounds were raised across North Somerset on Friday for Children in Need.
Thousands of people will gather to remember those who have served in the Armed Forces on Remembrance Sunday.
One of Portishead’s best-loved events will return in 2020 after a year’s hiatus.
There were more treats than tricks in North Somerset this year as Halloween was celebrated in colourful and scary ways.