We’re half way through the school holidays already and if you’re running out of ideas to keep your little treasures entertained, here are a few more to keep you going…
The re-opening of Portishead’s railway line is back on track after the scheme received more than £31m of funding from the Department for Transport.
The funding for MetroWest Phase 1, which includes the reopening of the Portishead to Bristol rail line, was announced last week.
It comes ahead of the submission of a Development Consent Order (DCO) to the Government in July. Continue reading Funding secured for Portishead Rail
With hot cross buns and lots of chocolate on offer, Easter can be a time of over indulgence.
But if you live in Weston-super-Mare and would like support to lead a healthier lifestyle, North Somerset Health Trainers could help you.
Follow the pink flags dotted across North Somerset to discover the talents of more than 200 local artists.
North Somerset Arts Week returns from Friday 3 to Sunday 12 May and everyone is being encouraged to #followtheflag and find their new favourites.
Is your child a budding scientist, engineer or computer whizz-kid?
If so, an exciting and thought-provoking exhibition of science, technology and engineering will be coming to Weston-super-Mare with fascinating and intriguing displays.
Lighter evenings and warmer weather means many of us are making the most of North Somerset’s countryside – but are you tick aware?
Ticks are small spider-like creatures that feed on the blood of animals, including people.
View and download your recycling, waste and garden waste calendars online from the council’s website.
This year, the calendars are only available online to help the council reduce its environmental impact.
Would like to try building a garden wall, designing a storyboard or try 3D printing?
A range of fun activities can be enjoyed during a new festival in Weston-super-Mare which will bring learning to life.
Time is running out to comment on how services at Weston General Hospital and other NHS and care services around Weston-super-Mare can be changed and improved.
North Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) wants to ensure local people have the best possible health and care services suitable for their needs now and in the future.