The route was partly closed on June 29 and 30 due to maintenance work.
An online learning service has been launched for young musicians in North Somerset during lockdown.
North Somerset Council has decided to reopen libraries across the district.
Play areas in North Somerset are not reopening due to ‘unrealistic’ Government guidelines.
North Somerset Council’s licensing team has been working with hospitality businesses to enable them to reopen safely this weekend.
The number of coronavirus cases in North Somerset has almost doubled following the release of new data.
A nature reserve has been closed to the public due to antisocial behaviour and visitors using the site as a toilet.
North Somerset Council has confirmed resurfacing works will go ahead on the Strawberry Line as part of an ongoing maintenance arrangement.
Pubs, cinemas, restaurants and hairdressers are just some of the businesses preparing to open in North Somerset next week after the Prime Minister announced an ease in lockdown restrictions.
It is believed the Government’s coronavirus response could mean some people are on unemployment-related benefits while still being employed.
Twenty-three more cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Somerset.
Two unions have praised schools across North Somerset for putting the safety of staff and children first by delaying the reopening of schools following an outbreak of coronavirus.
Council leaders have confirmed they will introduce stricter measures if there is evidence to show an increase in infections in the community following the coronavirus outbreak in Weston General Hospital.
More space will be dedicated to walking and cycling in North Somerset to help people socially distance and support economic recovery.
North Somerset Council is working with local schools to try to get children back safely as soon as possible in line with new Government guidance.
A recovery plan to ease North Somerset out of lockdown has been drawn up.
Health and care leaders have issued an open letter to people in North Somerset to thank them following the Government guidelines to protect themselves and the NHS during the pandemic.
A Public Health England report has revealed the numbers after Boris Johnson described ‘awful epidemics in care homes’.
North Somerset Council leader Don Davies and deputy leader Mike Bell have paid tribute to people who have been helping others during the pandemic.
The greenbelt may have to be redrawn so North Somerset can house 30,000 new residents over the next 18 years.
The district’s authority has begun to distribute Government cash to businesses.
North Somerset Council has agreed a temporary increase to adult care provider fees to help them deal with the increased costs associated with Covid-19.
North Somerset Council have added to their already extensive list of online books and courses for isolated bookworms.
People are being urged to be more considerate to their neighbours during the lockdown.
Councillors from across the political spectrum in North Somerset have joined together to praise council staff for all the work they are doing to keep vital services running.
The Times has compiled a list of useful numbers and websites to help people find the right support during the coronavirus lockdown.
A domestic abuse campaign has been launched in Nailsea to offer to support to victims who are unable to get help.
Care workers are in desperate need of masks, disposable gloves, aprons and hand sanitiser to protect them from coronavirus.
A new support service has been launched by North Somerset Council to link people in need to the fantastic support being offered by communities.
North Somerset Council leader Don Davies and deputy leader Mike Bell are urging people to stay home to limit the spread of coronavirus and protect the NHS.
Damp and mould are the main hazards discovered in rented properties across North Somerset.
North Somerset Council has confirmed it will ensure it maintains service levels in critical areas to help vulnerable people in the area.
Hundreds of volunteers have helped to plant 5,000 trees across North Somerset.
Villagers in North Somerset have hit back at ‘depressing’ plans devised by developers who are claimed to be putting ‘profit over the community’.
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.
People are being given the chance to help create a plan to shape how North Somerset develops over the coming decades.
Public services including libraries, sports centres, parks and garden waste are going under the microscope.
Charges are being introduced at car parks in Clevedon, Nailsea and Portishead this year and North Somerset Council wants to hear people’s views on how they should be introduced.
Families living close to a controversial rewilding site in Nailsea are delighted the popular green space has been saved.
A meeting to discuss development plans for The Uplands in Nailsea will take place on Monday.
A foster carer from North Somerset is encouraging people to volunteer for the rewarding role to enable more children to find homes in the area.
People can have their say on sites chosen for North Somerset Council’s rewilding programme.
New forests will be planted across North Somerset to encourage wildlife and tackle climate change.
A resource centre for pupils with autism is set to open at Nailsea School in September next year.
Years of frustration at holidaymakers parking on village streets to avoid charges may come to an end soon thanks to new restrictions.
A stretch of the A370 will be closed for five nights from Monday.
Nailsea has become the first Active Town in North Somerset, following a mass tai chi session.
A ground-breaking campaign to help people improve their mental health and wellbeing has been launched today (Monday).
A meeting about Brexit will be held by North Somerset Council at Weston Town Hall today (Tuesday).
People have been left ‘disgusted’ with mounting levels of fly-tipping in Long Ashton.