Adam Mitchell realised the pike he landed had made a catch of its own.Read the full story ›
A Tiverton School is hosting its own version of the ice bucket challenge to fundraise for a new library and computers.Read the full story ›
Avon and Somerset Police were sent to deal with reports of a severed hand on the motorway. What happened next?Read the full story ›
Artists created a 400ft-wide Hindu design as part of the global Sri Yantra Project.Read the full story ›
Alf, had to be anaesthetised after keepers at the Wiltshire safari park spotted swelling to his lower jaw.Read the full story ›
A colony of bats have moved into a new home - the body of a fibre-glass triceratops.Read the full story ›
Can you guess what film the cow was trying to watch?Read the full story ›
An avid football fan set themselves the task of making all 92 football league grounds out of lego. Jonty Messer went to have a look.Read the full story ›
A great-grandmother from east Devon has stunned friends at her fitness class, who had no idea she was ninety years old.Read the full story ›
People visiting Brean beach in North Somerset at the weekend had a real treat.
A sand artist had been busy creating this huge geometric design - and the photographer came across it just at the right moment. Robert Campbell - who took the perfect aerial view - says that if you zoom in you can just spot the artist, wearing a white cap.
Of course it was a case of 'blink and you'll miss it'. All that hard work was soon lost to the high tide.