Fans of Banksy's new work, which is on display at the Bristol Museum after being rescued from a wall in the city, say it should stay there
A tiny dragon has been unveiled as the shape of things to come in Taunton - it's the basis for a special arts trail this summer
The last ever VW campervans have been delivered to the west country to be customised following the closure of the last factory in Brazil
It has been a day of glorious sunshine, and a perfect day for more than 500 camper vans to gather on Brean Sands near Weston-super-Mare for a rally and barbecue. They were raising money for charity too.
A sheep in Dorset has given birth to SIX healthy lambs. Sextuplets are extremely rare. Staff at the farm in Toller Porcorum near Dorchester had thought there were going to be five babies so the sixth came as a shock.
Here's some video of the lambs and their mum to brighten up your morning.
A rare set of sextuplet lambs have been born at a farm in Toller Porcorum near Dorchester. They arrived last week are still thriving.
Rorie Geddes, the owner of Colesmoor Farm, says, "Although we have lots of triplets and quadruplets and the occasional quintuplet from our 300 ewes, we have never heard of a commercial ewe having six good lambs. Mum to the six healthy lambs is a five year old Roussin cross Mule ewe.
"She had been scanned to have five lambs so it was a nice surprise for Emily, our night time lamber, when a sixth turned up. She will probably rear three of them and the other three will join our other orphan lambs.”
Spring has indeed sprung because the cute little lambs are beginning to appear in the fields across the West Country.
And sometimes not so little...
Now farmer's always hope for deliveries without complications. But one farmer from Somerset got a bit of a shock when out popped a lamb weighing a whopping 22 pounds. Three times the size of your average newborn. Duncan Sleightholme reports.
A Gloucester rugby player gave a rival fan a nasty surpise after he invaded the pitch during their match in Exeter this weekend.
The Exeter Chiefs supporter ran onto the pitch during Gloucester's game at Sandy Park, but got a frosty welcome from Fly Half Freddie Burns, who dumped him to the ground. The man's celebrations proved premature, as Gloucester went on to win the match!
A cat that's been called Diesel, because of his experiences - is now being looked after by the RSPCA in Bristol after travelling from North Devon to the city, under the bonnet of a bus.
Robert Murphy has been to see the lucky (or unlucky) moggy, who is now homeless.
The highest spring tide brought with it a five star Severn bore today.
The Environment Agency had issued a flood warning but in the end the tidal surge wasn't high enough to cause problems. It attracted plenty of would-be bore riders as our Gloucestershire Correspondent Ken Goodwin reports.