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A photo taken at the North Somerset Proclamation of King Charles III on Sunday 11 September 2022.

2:42pm - 12 September 2022

Hundreds of people gathered in the Italian Gardens in Weston-super-Mare yesterday (Sunday 11 September) to hear the local Proclamation on the accession of the new Sovereign, King Charles III.  

children in red sweatshirts running in a playground

9:00am - 12 September 2022

Parents and carers in North Somerset are being urged to apply for school places online and on time.

Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth the second carrying a bunch of flowers given to her on a visit to North Somerset

6:39pm - 8 September 2022

North Somerset Council has joined people across the Commonwealth and the world in paying tribute to Her Majesty The Queen after the sad news of her death was announced this evening, Thursday 8 September.

Two people sat on a bench next to a path under trees in Millennium Park, Nailsea

7:05pm - 7 September 2022

People living in Nailsea and Clevedon are being asked to share their views to help establish the future needs for housing in the two towns. The information gathered will be used by North Somerset Council to establish the kinds of housing, including affordable housing, local people need.

A photo taken at Marine Lake in Weston-super-Mare looking over the causeway towards Knightstone Island.

4:30pm - 6 September 2022

Marine Lake in Weston-super-Mare is set to temporarily close later this month to enable the replacement of two faulty sluice gates.

People riding bikes

2:39pm - 5 September 2022

The second stage of a scheme to improve access for pedestrians and cyclists in Clevedon begins in October.

passengers sitting on a bus

2:30pm - 1 September 2022

A further reduction of bus services is set to hit North Somerset following the announcement that a bus operator will cease operations in the area later this week.

Outside of Town Hall in Weston-super-Mare

11:38am - 1 September 2022

North Somerset Council faces increasingly tough decisions to set a balanced budget for the financial year ahead with a £17m gap to close – about 10 per cent of its net budget.

A photo of two people looking at an image through a camera when filming a production on the seafront in Clevedon.

12:10pm - 31 August 2022

North Somerset’s landmarks and scenery have long been used as locations for some of the nation’s best loved films and TV shows. Having seen the economic benefits that filming can bring into the area, North Somerset Council’s economy team has officially launched a registered film office and accompanying new website.

A photo of  the Plumley Park South play area in Weston-super-Mare.

12:00pm - 30 August 2022

North Somerset Council is inviting families to help shape proposals to improve five play areas in a consultation that opened at noon today (Tuesday 30 August).

Close up of two gas cooker hobs lit

3:37pm - 26 August 2022

North Somerset’s residents will face worsening financial challenges this autumn as cost of living pressures continue to spiral and energy prices rocket.


10:00am - 26 August 2022

Weston-super-Mare is looking forward to welcoming thousands of visitors to the seafront and town this August bank holiday weekend with beautiful weather forecast throughout and a packed programme of events lined-up.

An image containing a QR code and website address to take people to the Heritage Open Days 2022 electronic brochure.

11:54am - 24 August 2022

Discover Weston-super-Mare’s heritage for free as sites across the town get ready to welcome visitors between Friday 9 and Sunday 18 September. This is part of Heritage Open Days, England’s largest heritage festival.

Artist's impression of SEE MONSTER at night

11:00am - 24 August 2022

More details are announced today about the free public events programme that kicks off during August Bank Holiday weekend, as SEE MONSTER’s transformation continues at the iconic Tropicana, in Weston-super-Mare.

a small model house and model car sat on top of paper building plans

2:51pm - 23 August 2022

Applications are now open for households in North Somerset to get help to fund a wide range of energy-saving measures.