Friday May 17 | This Is Bristol
The detailed proposals will include plans which show the preferred route for the new connection and the location of any infrastructure like pylons, cables and substations.
Friday May 17 | Nailsea People
Mrs Hendey said: "It was a really good meeting and we now have a strong committee of people who want to get involved to promote Nailsea Chamber of Trade & Commerce." This is despite membership falling from 35 to 28 in the current year including president Gilly Chu who resigned in protest to lack of backing in the 'free coffee and tea' row with ... (more)
SUPPORTERS of a Bristol special needs charity are busy training ahead of a 500-mile cycle challenge to Bordeaux over four days to raise 50,000. A team of 60 riders from Bristol, Bath, Wiltshire and North Somerset, are getting on the saddle in June for the annual Pedal for Props Bristol to Bordeaux Cycle Challenge.
PEOPLE visiting the North Somerset coastline will be able to log on to the web to check the cleanliness of the area's beaches.
Graham Turner, chief executive officer of North Somerset Council, is to retire in November after over 24 years' service with the council.
An urgent appeal has been made to hundreds of wildlife lovers from all over North Somerset including Weston People to don black or white t-shirts so that they can play their part in an anti cull film by forming a giant badger face.
Weston College celebrated its successful first year running the Ngage 19+ programme as more business mentors come on board to support young jobseekers.
EASTON Cowboys battled back from being 6-3 and then 47-6 before clinching a nail-biting two-wicket win away to Midsomer Norton Methodists in Division Three of the Globe Sports North Somerset Saturday Conference.
Rampant Bear Flat won by more than 200 runs for the second consecutive Saturday as they continued their near-perfect start to life in the Surridge Wiltshire League.
DISTRICT bosses have won a national award for their work assisting elderly, disabled and vulnerable people to live independently in their own homes.
Lansdown made it two wins out of two in the Bristol & North Somerset Division as they defeated Winterbourne by 62 runs at Combe Park.
The move could see a private provider taking over the running of the Weston- super-Mare hospital or a merger with another NHS health trust.
TWO MPs from the Bristol area have paid back nearly 34,000 in mortgage interest rates which they claimed on expenses.
A police cadet from Portishead has accepted a place to study a BSc in Police Studies at Canterbury University and will begin her course in September.