Villagers in North Somerset have hit back at ‘depressing’ plans devised by developers who are claimed to be putting ‘profit over the community’.
A team of Wrington students were awarded the top prize in the 2020 Youth Speaks competition
The Wrington Vale Rotary Junior Young Musician of the Year awards produced some stunning performances in its latest edition.
Stunning shots capture Wrington’s Barley Wood House, in Long Lane, playing host to the centuries-old tradition of wassailing, alongside The Ethicurean restaurant, also Long Lane.
Barley Wood has been announced as a finalist of the South West Tourism Excellence Awards.
Volunteers spent hours designing models of angels for a religious festival at a village church.
Villagers flocked to a Dickensian-themed fair on Friday.
A plethora of artists from across the region showcased their finest works during an exhibition on Saturday and Sunday.
A pair of experienced hairdressers have thrown themselves into an ‘exciting’ business venture and opened their first salon this week.
A fireworks display to mark Bonfire Night has raised more than £2,500 for a village school.
Thousands of people will gather to remember those who have served in the Armed Forces on Remembrance Sunday.
‘Trashed toilets’ and cars being climbed on top of during antisocial behaviour incidents has led to pleas from councillors for the police to do more.
Families from across the district flocked to Barley Wood Orchard’s apple day.
People flocked to Wrington’s annual show at the weekend.
Bristol Airport says its efforts to promote sustainable transport options for passengers will be hindered, if a private company’s plan to build a park and ride close to the m5 goes ahead.
Campaigners have shown their opposition to Bristol Airport’s expansion plans.
A waste management expert has claimed Bristol Airport’s expansion would destroy any work done by North Somerset Council to meet its zero emissions pledge.
A quad bike which an elderly man used to travel around in has been stolen from his rear garden.
Village clubs are being created to help improve the wellbeing of older people affected by isolation and loneliness.
The work of Hannah More, famous for her efforts to help those in need, was showcased at her North Somerset home as dozens of people learned more about her life achievements.
Rain and windy weather did not dampen the spirits of those visiting a village family fun day on Saturday.
A charity which works to enrich African children’s lives by giving them better education opportunities celebrates its 35th anniversary this year.
A scout group has launched a heartfelt plea for volunteers, stating they need ‘more amazing people’ to join.
A village drama group will host its adaptation of Graham Linehan’s The Ladykillers! next month.
A village will hold its first beer festival in the spring.
Two showpiece events will entertain thousands of people this weekend.
Wrington Primary School pupils finished in first and third positions during a day of friendly competition.
With Christmas little more than six weeks away, some lovely gifts were on sale at the weekend to help shoppers seeking a bargain.
Dozens of gorgeous and rare classic cars were on show last week.
Roadworks planned for this weekend have been postponed for a second consecutive week due to hot weather – and now they will not happen for about nine months.
The next phase of a £1.4million scheme to stop homes from being flooded will begin next week.
A Wrington brewery has claimed two honours at regional beer awards for one of its creations.
A 20mph speed limit is being proposed for a village to try to improve safety.
Lots of laughs are expected in Wrington when comedy takes centre stage.
A housing developer says its scheme for the edge of Wrington will benefit villagers in the long run – despite the application being hugely unpopular.
A scout and guide group have gratefully received thousands of pounds in funding from a local charity.
A road in Wrington will be shut next week.
Wrington Vale Rotary Club held a children’s music competition to find the best young talent in North Somerset.
The green light has been given to turn Wrington’s Old Chemist Shop into a home.
A Wrington brewery firm enjoyed an ‘excellent’ end to 2017.
North Somerset Council does not believe its ‘out-of-date’ plans over the size of villages and towns will give developers an advantage when it comes to house-building.
A flavour of life in the 19th century was brought to Wrington on Friday night as one of its biggest events of the year was held.
Developments outside settlement boundaries should be allowed, according to a planning inspector, because North Somerset Council has not reviewed them recently enough.
More than 1,000 parking tickets were handed out to Clevedon motorists by traffic wardens during the opening months of a new crackdown on illegal parking.
A further 40,000 barrels of beer a year will be brewed in Wrington in future to keep up with customer demand.
A Wrington nursery, which only opened last year, has been praised by Ofsted inspectors to the delight of its manager.
Plans to close Wrington’s doctors’ surgery are due to be discussed in the village tonight (Wednesday).
Patients in Wrington will still have lots of options open to them if proposals to close the village’s small surgery go ahead.
Campaigners who fear a housing estate in Wrington will have a devastating effect have hit out at North Somerset Council for ‘stabbing them in the back’.
Objectors to plans to build 59 homes on the outskirts of Wrington are being urged to make their voice heard.