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
An animal shelter in Somerset been inundated with offers to re-home a dog found abandoned after the Glastonbury festival.
37 thousand people turned up at Stonehenge in Wiltshire overnight to celebrate the Summer Solstice at the mysterious stones
Organisers of the Jane Austen Festival in Bath are asking fans to help them break a record for the most people dressed in Regency costume. They set a record of 409 people five years ago but a rival American fan club is also attempting to beat it.
The record attempt will take place at the Assembly Rooms in Bath on Saturday, 13 September.
Wardens at Slimbridge were surprised to see a mute swan rearing a goose.
It may look like a cygnet but its yellow brown down gives it away. The differences will become more apparent in the coming weeks. Staff aren't sure how she ended up hatching the gosling but now they're inseparable.
'Mobile Lovers' was taken down from a wall by Broad Plain Boys Club who hoped selling it would solve their financial problems. But issues over who actually owned it meant the Mayor of Bristol intervened and had it installed in the Bristol Museum. Now Banksy has had the final say.
Jonty Messer has the story:
A special vintage BIBA catwalk was held at the Assembly Rooms in Bath this lunchtime, showing off the best of the iconic brand that epitomised the Sixties.
Some of the designs were a re-working of BIBA's famous pink gingham dress which helped launch the brand in May 1964, when it offered the dress to readers of the Daily Mirror.
Bristol mayor, George Ferguson, has announced that a note received by a youth club, which says "As far as I'm concerned you can have it" has been authenticated as coming from Banksy.
It means a potential two million pound windfall for the Broad Plain Boys' Club.
– George Ferguson, Mayor of Bristol
I have now received confirmation that the note posted into the Broad Plain Boys Club is authentic. I believe this to be a good resolution and that we have done the right thing in looking after ‘Mobile Lovers’ in safe condition while putting it on display in aid of the Boys Club. We decided to house it in the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery as an interim solution and agreed that if Banksy was to ’send a signal’ that it was to go to them then I would be more than happy to oblige. To benefit both the club and other youth projects in Bristol...would be a brilliant resolution."
It seems the controversy over Bristol's latest Banksy has been resolved.
"Mobile Lovers" went up on a wall near the Broad Plain Boys Club who rescued it, hoping it would be the answer to their financial woes.
But it went on show in the Bristol museum while its future was decided. Now Bristol mayor George Ferguson has been informed by the artist that it should be the property of the boys club.
Bristol skater Robin Cousins' latest show opens at the Hippodrome tonight. The theatre's stage has been converted into a huge ice rink for the event which was choreographed by the Olympic gold medallist and Dancing on Ice judge. The show features skaters from around the world.
The street artist JPS Artist, who's from Weston-super-Mare, has claimed responsibility for a new work that appeared in Frogmore Street in Bristol at the weekend.
It shows two girls in woolly hats apparently exchanging something for money. He has tweeted a picture of a colour version he did in Norway.