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1 hr ago | This is The West Country
A WOMAN was freed from a car wreck in Burrowbridge today and taken to hospital on a spinal board.
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5 hrs ago | Donegal Today
Although St. Patrick was not born in Ireland he is nonetheless inextricably linked to Ireland as the man who brought christianity to Ireland.
9 hrs ago | Somerset County Gazette
OVER 50 year nine students at West Somerset College have been involved in painting a mural for the main College Hall.
11 hrs ago | Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News
PARK users in Highbridge will soon be able to enjoy a A 64,000 play area which is set to open next week.
Like the Somerset Levels, the Humber estuary is on low-lying land and complicated drainage schemes have safeguarded the area for hundreds of years.
It is part of a traffic-free route, the Avon promenade, which will eventually link Bristol and Keynsham along the river.
A BURNHAM father has decided to use the time off work he has while receiving chemotherapy treatment for cancer to decorate the Burnham area.
The informative training session will be held on April 30 at Sedgemoor District Councils main office in King Square, Bridgwater, TA6 3AR.
A BABY boy from Yate died at a Bristol hospital from multiple complications of being born nearly four months early, an inquest has ruled.
They are supporting the country-wide efforts to pledge and send hay, straw and silage to farmers whose farms, homes and livestock have been and remain flooded out in the Somerset levels.
SOUTH Somerset District Council has received A 6,400 from the Heritage Lottery Fund for a project, 'Remembering', in South Somerset.
STUDENTS and staff from Fairmead School take the Chairman & Vice-Chairman seats in the Council Chamber whilst wearing the Chain of Office.
A JEWELLER who has worked in Taunton for 30 years is refusing to "live in fear" after a dramatic robbery attempt on his shop.
Gemma Staple in the kitchens at the Castle Hotel with head chef Liam Finnigan, MP Jeremy Browne and a Somerset College representative.
The Active for Life Year 5 school based cluster randomised controlled trial: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial BACKGROUND:Low levels of physical activity, high levels of sedentary behaviour and low levels of fruit and vegetable consumption are common in children and are associated with adverse health outcomes.
The facilities were judged on how well patients were respected and involved in their care, patient care and welfare, the suitability and safety of the wards and how easy it was for patients to complain if appropriate.
But severe damage to the signalling systems and infrastructure at Bridgwater means a reduced service will be in place and buses will continue to operate.