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?
It was a record-breaking Easter for the Weston Sand Sculpture Festival, which saw more than 5000 people visit over the weekend.Read the full story ›
Did you see the lobster giving out chocolate over the Easter weekend? He was out in Newton Abbot attempting to 'share some Easter love'.Read the full story ›
There has been some cracking training going on at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary this week to celebrate Easter with the resident creatures.Read the full story ›
From iconic shopping roads to quaint hills, including one made famous in the Hovis bread adverts, does your town feature?Read the full story ›
The woman required oxygen as fire crews used bolt croppers and pedal cutters to release her.Read the full story ›
The anonymous crusader has been correcting rogue apostrophes for 10 years with the help of his specially made tool, the 'Apostrophiser'.Read the full story ›
Remember the pensioner targeted by vandals because his yellow car spoiled the picture postcard view? He's now got a colour named after himRead the full story ›
GMB's Richard Arnold interviews the pop star and asks him about his uncanny resemblance to two-year-old Isla Watson from ExeterRead the full story ›
It's the ultimate 'What happens next?' moment. A cleaner takes the rubbish out to the skip and, well, what happens next?Read the full story ›