The largest street and graffiti festival in Europe will go ahead in Bristol this year after all. It comes after Upfest launched a successful crowdfunding bid to raise £20,000 pounds to put it on.
More than 30,000 people are expected attend the event in Bedminster and Southville from 29 - 31 July. It showcases the work of some 300 artists from around the world.
Verdun Hayes has successfully completed a skydive aged 101. The great-grandfather jumped alongside his son, grandson and great-grandson.Read the full story ›
Verdun Hayes is ready and set to complete his skydive at Dunkeswell this morning.Read the full story ›
A world famous clock is now back in its rightful place in the Regent Arcade in Cheltenham after £50,000 of repairs.Read the full story ›
Verdun Hayes from Somerset hopes to become the oldest skydiver in the world this weekend - and raise money for the Royal British LegionRead the full story ›
The titan arum - a giant of the natural world - is in flower at the Eden Project in Cornwall. It's said to smell like deathRead the full story ›
Five firefighters took half an hour to save man trapped in a public loo.Read the full story ›
Eleven 2m tall dinosaurs will make Bristol their home for the summer.Read the full story ›
A coach driver has been left red-faced after driving down a narrow street in Cornwall and getting stuck!Read the full story ›
Locals waking up in the Guinea Street area of Bristol this morning were greeted with the colourful sight of a crowd of people dressed in 1940s costume.
They were headed in the direction of Harbourside.... so, were they time travellers? Or heading for a film set?