One of Europe's largest illuminated carnivals and the oldest event of its kind in the UK takes place on Saturday (7 November).Read the full story ›
The future of one of the biggest events in Bristol is in doubt after losing funding.
The St Pauls Carnival attracts huge crowds - but it's only been held twice in the past four years.
The festival is a celebration of the city's Afro-Caribbean culture, and we've taken a quick look back at its history.
Organisers insist this isn't the end - and that next year's event will go ahead, despite Bristol City Council pulling funding due to what it said was a lack of confidence in the organisers.
The Glastonbury rumour mill has started turning on Twitter - with rumours that rock band The Stone Roses could be the headline act for 2016.Read the full story ›
Carve the perfect pumpkin: that's the challenge we set Kylie Pentelow and Bob Crampton. What do you think: did the right pumpkin win?Read the full story ›
Apple bobbing, fancy dress and pumpkins! Here are a few of your spooky creations for halloweenRead the full story ›
....on film.Read the full story ›
Kylie and Bob are going head to head to see who can carve the best pumpkin and you get to decide who is crowned champion.
While our presenters gear up for their showdown, we want to know what you're doing for Halloween - have you prepared for the trick-or-treaters? Or are you going to be joining them?
If you are making a fancy dress costume of ghostly decorations - send us a picture! firstname.lastname@example.org @itvwestcountry
Warwick Davis, who made his name playing Wicket the Ewok in Return of the Jedi, told us he can't wait for the new film to come out - both as a fan and someone involved.
Mr Davis is going to be spreading some of the Force around the Bristol Hippodrome soon, where he's appearing in the Snow White Christmas panto.
The new Star Wars film comes out on December 18.
Star Wars and Harry Potter legend Warwick Davis is taking on his most glamorous role yet - he's in Bristol's Snow White Christmas panto.Read the full story ›
Bristol's Aardman Animations have given fans a first look at their rather unusual Christmas special.
Shaun made his debut in Nick Park's A Close Shave in 1995. He's since gone on to star in his own TV series and his own movie. This summer Shaun statues could be seen all across Bristol and London as the Shaun in the City trail took to the streets. The Farmer's Llamas will be his first 30-minute special - and it's set to air this Christmas.
But true to form, Aardman haven't conformed to tradition. Reindeer have been replaced by Hector, Fernando and Raul - a flock of llamas who get tangled up in Shaun's adventures.