North Somerset’s Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Network will host a free-to-join online discussion tomorrow (Saturday) as part of Black History Month.
Bristol Airport will host the world’s first drive-in Christmas pantomime, with tickets available from today (Friday).
Backwell Environment Trust (BET) estimates that 90 per cent of ash trees on its two nature reserves will die due to ash dieback disease.
Bristol Airport flyers will be able to dine at SOHO Coffee after it opened in the departure lounge today (Thursday).
A cancer charity based in Pill is expected to lose a third of staff due to a £750,000 shortfall brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
An army veteran from Backwell will walk a 500-mile pilgrimage in Northern Spain for Care for Casualties, the charity for wounded veterans of The Rifles Infantry Regiment.
It is believed the Government’s coronavirus response could mean some people are on unemployment-related benefits while still being employed.
The Government’s system went live on May 28, with a North Somerset resident in charge of the operation.
More than 150 potential victims of modern slavery were referred to police in North Somerset last year, according to Home Office figures.
The district’s authority has begun to distribute Government cash to businesses.
‘Tears are not going to help at this moment’ says the family of North Somerset pensioners stuck in Asia after contracting coronavirus.
Official figures show that a third case of the coronavirus has been confirmed in North Somerset.
North Somerset Council, along with one-third of other authorities in the country, are years ahead of the government’s food-waste schedule, a study suggests.
The sun beat down on a packed green, as hundreds headed to a village’s annual charity fun day.