Take a pledge to reduce your waste and recycle more and you could win a hamper from one of North Somerset’s zero waste shops.
Wildflowers will be blooming across North Somerset as part of a re-wilding project to create more habitats for wildlife and help mitigate the effects of climate change.
North Somerset Council declared a Climate Emergency in February and one of the first actions is to identify verges, parks and open spaces across the area where re-wilding can be done.
Traffic congestion across the West of England is now being challenged during a fun free scheme with rewards on offer.
Entries are open to the Travelwest Challenge, which encourages people across the area to get active and take more sustainable journeys to work.
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.
If you’ve had one too many mince pies already this festive season there are lots of opportunities to stretch your legs and burn off a few calories.
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Clearly signposted cycle routes are an easy way to explore the countryside around North Somerset and further afield.
Better By Bike is the West of England’s one-stop shop for cycling and its route planner function is a great way to plan trips.
Christmas is a time of excess for many – with too much food, drink and tasty treats.
If you’re already feeling the pinch around your waistline, then take a look at these local heart-pounding activities you could take part in:
Instagram users in Nailsea, Backwell, Churchill or Banwell are being invited to take snaps of what they value in their local area to share on the app.
Long-term proposals are being developed for new homes and major transport improvements in North Somerset and the landscape of these areas could change in the future.
Residents in Nailsea are being urged to rally round to boost their recycling rate.
Community group Better Nailsea is hosting a stand at the town’s Skate Park Festival and Activities Showcase on Saturday 15 July to let people know about the benefits of recycling and how to improve the area for everyone to enjoy.
Bicycles can now be hired out on the popular traffic-free Strawberry Line path.
The Strawberry Line, route 26 of the Sustrans national cycle network, runs through North Somerset from Yatton train station towards Cheddar.