Pupils are now settling back into the classroom but children at one primary school in Weston-super-Mare have a whole new building to explore.
Parklands Educate Together Primary School, at Parklands Village, opened to pupils for the first time on Monday.
Continue reading North Somerset’s newest primary school welcomes pupils
Would you like to have your say on how North Somerset could look in 2038?
There are less than three weeks left to join the discussion and get involved in the development of North Somerset Council’s new Local Plan for the area.
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With a few more weeks of summer left, there is still time to discover what’s on your doorstep and be a tourist in your own area.
North Somerset has beautiful beaches, stunning countryside and historic towns and villages, so you don’t have to go far for an enjoyable day out.
Continue reading Enjoy summer in North Somerset safely
Banwell’s long-awaited bypass and a new secondary school site in Weston-super-Mare have moved a step closer.
North Somerset Council agreed to accept £97m in funding from Homes England, the government’s housing agency, at a meeting last week.
Continue reading Banwell’s long-awaited bypass a step closer
Cycling and walking became the go-to transport options for many people during lockdown and now businesses are being urged to keep the momentum going.
Match-funded travel grants are now available for businesses in North Somerset to help support the increased interest in sustainable travel.
Continue reading Sustaining the sustainable travel momentum
Essential council services – such as social care, community meals, waste, recycling and highway maintenance – continue to operate during these challenging times.
Latest updates from North Somerset Council include a temporary lift of the summer beach dog ban in Weston-super-Mare and a request to park considerately:
Continue reading Short term lift of dog ban
Essential council services – such as social care, community meals, waste, recycling and highway maintenance – are still operating in these challenging times.
North Somerset Council has been forced to close many services but the protection of the most vulnerable members of the community remains a priority.
Continue reading Essential council services still being delivered
Parking is now free in North Somerset for NHS staff and key workers to help you carry on your critical work during the coronavirus outbreak.
Charges have been waived for essential workers such as NHS, social care staff, volunteers and key workers.
Continue reading Parking charges waived for NHS and key workers
Government advice is to avoid unnecessary travel and only travel on public transport if you need to.
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If you walk, cycle or take the bus around North Somerset and the West of England, then your views are now needed on major improvement plans.
Continue reading Join the sustainable travel conversation