A ‘fantastic’ barn dance raised vital funds for a community café on Saturday evening.
A new housing development should be permitted in Yatton, but only if homes are not built on an orchard after critics said the village would be ‘betrayed’ if it was sacrificed.
Great steps have been taken to make North Somerset safer for cyclists as campaigners call for more supporters.
Plans for a £4.9million school will be revealed to the public at an exhibition next week.
Burials will not be allowed at a proposed new cemetery because it would cost taxpayers too much money to make the land suitable.
A bus link between three villages is being axed next week.
Tickets are selling fast ahead of a village production.
Money donated in memory of a PE teacher and rugby player has been used to inspire the next generation of sports stars.
A woman has been fined for misusing a blue badge after lying that her disabled husband was with her.
A North Somerset nature group is asking for households to help out with a wildlife survey over the festive period.
A decision on whether a GP surgery should be built on the edge of Congresbury has been delayed again.
Pupils, parents and grandparents enjoyed a festive family fair at the weekend.
Plans to redevelop a disused factory have been delayed.
Plans to redevelop an disused industrial site have been delayed.
Concerns over the amount of vehicles travelling through the centre of Yatton have been raised, with 1,000 motorists recorded using its roads in just one hour.
Hard-working sailing volunteers from Clevedon and Yatton will have a royal appointment this week to recognise decades of service.
Trespassing teenagers are putting their safety at risk by entering into a disused factory, which has ceilings that are in danger of collapsing.
A new housing estate will become clogged with traffic during the school run, unless the road layout is changed.
Towns and villages across North Somerset fell silent to remember the sacrifice men and women have made fighting for their country.
A village pub will be transformed over the next few weeks as its owners embark on a major refurbishment programme.
Five decades of providing assistance to the community has been celebrated by one of North Somerset’s most popular charitable groups.
A tasty Sunday lunch was served up at the weekend to mark the reformation of Yatton’s Royal British Legion branch.
A GP practice has been warned its plans for a new surgery to serve patients in Congresbury and Yatton will not be accepted unless it resolves ‘major concerns’.
Plans to build warehouses on the edge of Yatton have been welcomed by parish councillors who believe it will open up job opportunities.
On the weekend the clocks went back, it was appropriate there was an autumnal feel to Yatton’s big event on Saturday.
Warehouses will be built near new homes in Yatton, if North Somerset Council gives the go-ahead.
Archaeologists have begun further investigation of a site once believed to have been inhabited by Romans.
Fewer families are using North Somerset’s children centres since services suffered cut backs.
A village preschool will close after more than 45 years because funding streams could no longer cover its running costs.
Volunteers behind the reformation of Yatton’s Royal British Legion are delighted by interest in the organisation from villagers.
Lucky charities and schools have received vital funds thanks to the endeavours of Yeo Valley Lions.
More than £650,000 could be given by North Somerset Council to increase the amount of affordable housing available in the district.
The owners of a farm have had mixed reviews to its potential plan to redevelop the site for housing.
Yatton’s Royal British Legion branch will soon relaunch.
Several events are planned in Yatton over the coming months to mark 100 years since the end of World War One.
The future of healthcare in Congresbury and Yatton will be debated by parish councillors next week.
A third would-be bidder has emerged keen to run Yatton’s new school once it opens almost two years from now.
One of the biggest housing developments planned for a village in many years will be debated next week.
A second education group keen to run a new school in Yatton will explain its vision next month.
Yatton Rugby Club has begun talks with a developer about selling its ground for housing and moving to a new home.
School pupils in Yatton enjoyed a sporty treat before the summer holidays began.
Neighbours to an old factory site say they face a ‘life of misery’ if housing plans are passed.
Dull houses designed without any imagination should not be allowed in Yatton, according to one of its parish councillors.
The hot summer weather has not made gardening easy this year but it did not prevent a great show being put on at the weekend.
Two men will represent Yatton with a World War One-inspired pilgrimage to France and Belgium.
A public meeting will be held this week over plans to open a primary school in Yatton.
A father, spurred on by the memory of his daughter who died eight years ago, has managed to raise more than £100,000 for charity.
Eyes were cast skywards at the weekend as a model air show drew a large crowd of people to Yatton.
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