People in Nailsea are being encouraged to help protect a green space from development.
Nailsea Town Council is seeking compensation due to a drop in the number of houses which can be built on Engine Lane.
Hundreds of homes will be built in Nailsea after a Government planning inspector gave the green light to a controversial development in Youngwood Lane.
An eight-year-old girl from Nailsea is appealing for speed bumps to slow cars down on a busy cycle route.
Nailsea Town Council has declared a climate emergency and pledged to reduce its carbon footprint.
Work on scores of new homes in Nailsea will not start until the end of 2021 due to delays with National Grid.
Concerned parents have called for new rubbish bins to be installed in a Nailsea park to keep rats away from the children’s play area.
A sports club in Nailsea wants to install floodlights at its grounds to cope with its swelling numbers.
A health hub in Nailsea has set up a pioneering support group to help people diagnosed with diabetes.
Four new members have been co-opted onto Nailsea Town Council.
Councillor Jan Barber has been named the new chairman of Nailsea Town Council.
Nailsea Town Council’s ground-breaking digital support service has been shortlisted for an award.
A digital health hub which was set up in Nailsea has been so successful it is being rolled out in five other regions.
Councillors in Nailsea are appealing for your votes which could help them win an award for their digital project.
Police in Nailsea have teamed up with a number of businesses and community groups to run activities for youngsters over the summer.
Nailsea Skatepark Project is holding an open meeting to discuss the future of the facility.
Two charities are keen to build dozens of homes in Nailsea on a site once set aside for community use.
Volunteers who manage a nature reserve in Nailsea are applying for funding to make a host of improvements at the site.
A new bargain store has opened up Nailsea High Street.
A derelict piece of land in Nailsea has been transformed into a green space and opened up to the public, thanks to a grant from Nailsea Lions.
Nailsea Town Council wants to transform Somerset Square into a vibrant hub with new shops, restaurants and leisure facilities with thousands of homes due to be built.
Nailsea’s popular skatepark festival will take place a week earlier due to a clash with another significant event in the town’s calendar.
A memorial bench has been unveiled in Nailsea for a hugely popular mother-of-two who was murdered last year.
A house in Nailsea which dates back to the 19th century could be converted into five flats.
Controversial plans to downgrade a crossing in Nailsea have been reversed, thanks to appeals from community groups and councillors.
Councillors in Nailsea want to open up a former coal mine up to the public to enable visitors to learn more about the town’s heritage.
A proposal to replace a pelican crossing with a zebra crossing has sparked safety fears in Nailsea.
Councillors in Nailsea are frustrated their attempts to spend money on improvements to the town have fallen on deaf ears.
Views from town and parish councils are being sought as North Somerset Council begins its long-awaited parking review.
A housing development which was approved to provide much-needed homes in Nailsea has been delayed due to National Grid.
Community-minded pupils from Nailsea are helping older people to get to grips with technology.
Nailsea’s library service will continue to operate from its current base in Somerset Square – North Somerset Council has confirmed.
Councillors in Nailsea are encouraging people to attend a public meeting to help shape the future of the town for the next 20 years.
Councillors in Nailsea are working with award-winning festival organisers to plan a food and drink celebration for the town next year.
A sports centre, a community building with a library, a Metrobus link and more primary schools are just a few of the developments councillors in Nailsea are calling for to prepare for thousands of homes planned for the town.
A masterplan to determine how Nailsea should develop over the next 20 years is being drawn up by Nailsea Town Council.
The ‘exceptional’ town clerk for Nailsea has resigned after 13 years of hard work and dedicaton to the role.
A mosaic designed by creative pupils from a Nailsea primary school will go on display in the town centre.
Nailsea School needs £30,000 to pay for a new coach to transport pupils to the school.
A drop-in service for people with diabetes is now running in Nailsea.
Nailsea Town Council is appealing for North Somerset MP Liam Fox to push for a greenbelt review to prevent thousands of homes being built to the west of the town.
Two talented designers from Nailsea School have created glass sculptures to represent Nailsea’s heritage.
Tech-savvy students from Nailsea have been helping people to improve their digital skills.
Nailsea Town Council has launched a new website to promote the town and its events and link people with community groups.
Number 65 in Nailsea is opening on Monday to equip people with digital skills and provide support for a wide range of health conditions.
Councillors in Nailsea are against plans to transform an office building into 56 flats due to the loss of employment space.
Members of Nailsea United Football Club paid tribute to a former member by renaming their new changing facility after him.
People will soon be able to enjoy support with longterm health conditions and advice on digital devices thanks to a new initiative in Nailsea.
People are being invited to attend two open sessions to find out more about a new digital project in Nailsea aimed at improving people’s health and wellbeing.
Nailsea Town Council has ‘great ambitions’ for a new digital service which will begin running in the town from October.