Three sisters have signed up for the Race for Life to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer after their mum was diagnosed with the disease.
Nigel dressed as his favourite vegetable ready for his postal round. Picture: Nigel Osmond
Rush-hour commuters trying to get home to Portishead from Bristol will not be surprised to learn they face the worst traffic delays in North Somerset.
Plans to redevelop a 19th century home have been given the provisional green light by North Somerset Council planners.
Traditional playground games have been enjoyed at a Portishead primary school this month.
Motorbike riders will gather to remember one of their own who was killed in a crash in North Somerset.
A community rowing club celebrated the new year by launching its youth crew.
Plans to build two homes in a village will go to appeal.
A Portishead dog will appear on a Channel 5 TV show about rescue dogs.
A hamper which included a shopping voucher was raffled off to one lucky Portishead man.
Ex-professional footballer, broadcaster and anti-discrimination campaigner Leroy Rosenior is to receive an MBE.
Colourful fairy lights lit up Portishead at the weekend in aid of a good cause.
Two showpiece events will entertain thousands of people this weekend.
Roadworks will begin in the centre of Portishead today (Wednesday).
The Christmas lights will be switched on in Portishead next week and the main event will take place in a new location this year.
Police are hunting for a driver who failed to stop after a four-vehicle crash on the M5.
Several years of wrangling to protect public footpaths in Portishead have been rewarded with signs being put in place to tell walkers where they can go.
Portishead pool is gearing up to celebrate 10 years since it was saved from closure thanks to the hard work of supporters.
Portishead Town Council is to ‘demand’ answers on what is happening to money earmarked for the area – following complaints from taxpayers.
Environmental campaigners will be busy helping to tidy up the coastal areas around Portishead at the weekend.
Two Portishead business owners want to donate a new skate ramp to the town’s youngsters ahead of Christmas.
Over the next few weeks, volunteers will be busy putting up Christmas lights in Portishead.
Towns and villages across North Somerset fell silent to remember the sacrifice men and women have made fighting for their country.
Portishead’s pool will for the first time in its history be open in December to offer swimmers a warm swim.
Part of Portishead has been dedicated to those who gave their lives fighting for king and country during World War One.
Live jazz music will be performed in Portishead later this week.
A plaque commemorating the huge sums raised for charity by swimmers has been unveiled.
Concerns over the state of a lake in Portishead has seen an online petition launched.
Frustrated voters have called a public meeting to air concerns about the way in which the Portishead Town Council operates.
A support group to help people with their grief has been set up.
Parts of the M5 have been closed tonight (Tuesday) because of a significant problem with the road surface.
Senior figures on Portishead Town Council have rejected claims it is trying to kill democracy by altering the way meetings are run.
Autumn will begin with a bang next week thanks to Portishead Players.
A Portishead primary school has been chosen as one of 32 English hubs by the Government.
An £80,000 project to create a slipway at Portishead marina will be completed by the spring.
Record numbers of swimmers visited Portishead Open Air Pool over the summer.
A couple who have spent three years sailing around the world have docked in Portishead.
An online book commemorating World War One victims from Portishead will be printed.
Portishead residents are being asked to nominate areas of the town which need tidying up.
Work has started on this year’s Christmas lights display in Portishead.
A Portishead site has been named a Centenary Field to mark 100 years since the end of World War One.
A variety of sports, accessible dance classes and music sessions were on offer at the Festival of Life and Living at the weekend.
Dozens of Portishead students have taken part in a NASA-based project.
Anglo-German relations were built as dozens of people visited Portishead’s twin town.
Hundreds of pounds will be spent on improving a busy road in Portishead.
A Portishead physiotherapist has cycled almost 30 miles to visit clients.
Students will continue to be able to leave their cars outside Gordano School despite its parking provision being described as ‘unbelievable’.
A Portishead man will celebrate his 60th birthday spending a night alone on Denny Island to raise money for Black Nore Lighthouse.
More than 20 bags of rubbish have been collected during a litter pick in Portishead.
A free home and garden exhibition will be held in Portishead on Saturday.
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