Workers have managed to misspell the word 'bus' during roadworks in Bristol. "Bup Stop" was painted onto the road surface in Old Market.
One of the world’s rarest turtles, a tiny Vietnamese box turtle weighing just 14.6g has been born at Bristol Zoo.
Our weatherman Bob Crampton goes behind the scenes at the Bristol Hippodrome to see how they make it rain every night amid all the sunshine
It wasn't just 1940s clothing on display either. One of the big draws were the rows of pristine military vehicles - ranging from classic cars to army jeeps from both Britain and America. There was even a fully restored Sherman tank.
Organiser of 'Dig for Victory', James Shopland said people enjoyed coming because of the lessons they could learn from the era:
Celebrations took place at the North Somerset Show Ground, for the Dig for Victory event.
Now in it's 4th year the 1940s themed festival tells the story of what life was like during World War 2.
The day also included a fly past from a Spitfire and Hurricane, as this year marks the 70th anniversary of the Normandy landings.
Staff at Bristol zoo are taking extra care of a giant tortoise with a nasal infection. Helen, as she's known, had to be taken to the vets after attempts to treat her on site didn't work. It wasn't easy as Hannah Gamlin reports.
Kate Davies, the General Manager at Stonehenge said they were thrilled with the success of the Summer Solstice:
A couple attending the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge told ITV News West Country that they come as much for the celebration as the atmosphere:
Godfrey Lacks who follows a druidic path tells us why celebrating the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge is important for so many people:
37 thousand people enjoyed a spectacular sunrise over Stonehenge this morning. Crowds gathered from the early hours to witness the Summer Solstice at the stones in Wiltshire. Police say there were forced to make 25 arrests, mainly for drugs related offences.