Parents of pre-schoolers might find it hard to believe their little ones will be starting school next year but now is the time to apply.
If your child was born between 1 September 2015 and 31 August 2016 you can now apply for a reception place for September 2020 at an infant, first or primary school.
Continue reading Apply now for new school places next year
Live music can warm the soul on cold winter nights – whatever the genre you prefer…
Continue reading Warm the soul with live music this winter
Skate under a canopy of glowing fairy lights when the spectacular Icescape reopens in Weston-super-Mare today – and get 10 per cent off the ticket price.
The popular all-weather attraction Icescape at the Tropicana opens today (Friday 25 October) at the Marine Parade venue.
Continue reading Spectacular skating rink returns
Pick a pumpkin or enjoy a spooky tale or two during these school holiday highlights across North Somerset next week…
Continue reading October holiday highlights
The amount of waste generated during Halloween can be scary so follow these top tips to have a spookily good time in a more eco-friendly way…
Continue reading Reduce scary wastefulness this Halloween
Organised displays are a fabulous and safe way to enjoy some fantastic fireworks.
Here’s a round-up of what’s happening locally:
Continue reading Find your local fireworks display
Patients are being urged to use NHS services wisely following a surge in demand.
A&E is only for genuine, life-threatening emergencies so seek the most appropriate care if you have a medical need.
This could be a pharmacist, out-of-hours GP service or minor injuries unit.
Continue reading Use the NHS wisely this winter
Flu is unpleasant for most people but it can also cause serious complications for some – so help fight the virus with the vaccine.
Flu can be fatal and about 8,000 people die each year in the UK due to related complications.
Continue reading Fight the flu and get your jab
Voting in an election is the cornerstone of our involvement in democracy but you need to be registered before you can have your say at the ballot box.
Elections can be called at short notice and – in the current political climate – one may well be heading our way sooner rather than later.
Continue reading Register to be able to vote
On-street pay and display charges are coming to Leigh Woods to address the big parking problems in the area.
Leigh Woods has become a hotspot for commuter parking since Bristol introduced its own residents’ parking scheme in 2015.
Continue reading Residents parking scheme to be introduced