Follow a spectacular giant puppet as it tells an unforgettable tale of natural history, heritage and myth around Weston-super-Mare’s Old Town Quarry next weekend.
Did a teenager in your house get their A-level results yesterday?
After an anxious wait, the envelopes were opened yesterday and big decisions might now need to be made.
We’re half way through the school summer holidays already but there’s still plenty of fun to be had to keep the small people entertained.
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.
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.
Do you or a loved-one use North Somerset’s mobile library service?
A new timetable is coming in for the New Year so check when the bus will be rolling into your village.
Poets, novelists and children’s authors will be visiting North Somerset soon as part of a celebration of writing talent across the South West.
Libraries across the area are playing host to Words on Tour thanks to funding from Arts Council England’s Strategic Touring Fund.
Warmer spring weather might be just the motivation you need to get on the saddle and commute to work by bicycle.
If it’s been a long time since you last rode, or aren’t sure which sort of bike would suit you best, North Somerset Council’s popular Borrow a Bike scheme could be just the answer.
Budding young scientists and engineers who get excited by bubbling test tubes, Bunsen burners and big bangs can enjoy a free event in Weston this month.
Big Bang @ Weston takes place at the Tropicana next Friday 27 (for schools) and Saturday 28 April (for the public).
Testers are still needed to give feedback on North Somerset Council’s website to help make it better in the future.