There are growing fears that the European Commission is delaying the building of a new power station at Hinkley Point in Somerset. It's still to sign off all the building regulations surrounding the project.
Today Labour south west MEP Claire Moody will meet the Commission to try to speed up the process.
Huckyduck Carnival Club won the open Cart tableaux prize with 'in flander's fields.
You can get the full list of results from the carnival cart competition here
Take a look at the photos from last night's Bridgwater Carnival. Thousands turned out to watch the carts make their way through the town.Read the full story ›
Hundreds and hundreds of people have been working towards tonight's Bridgwater Carnival for twelve months. One club have come through if not hell then high water to be there. The Pentathlon carnival club's cart became a float when 9 feet of floodwater filled their farm shed in Moorland. There was a lot of damage as Roger Brown explains:
A giant willow squibber was trundled to the Fairfield and set alight last night ahead of the Bridgwater Carnival. Around 6,000 people came to see him and the fireworks that followed. They enjoyed the spectacle and an unseasonably warm evening.
The historic Bridgwater Carnival takes place tomorrow. We took a sneak peek behind the scenes as volunteers apply the final touches.Read the full story ›
It's the Bridgwater Carnival this weekend (Saturday) and the finishing touches are being put to the floats, and to this 18ft Guy made from willow.
After all the work, he'll be going up in flames tonight - as part of the pre-carnival firework display.
More than 50 tractors blocked the entrance to a supermarket depot in Somerset last night in protest over milk prices.
Dairy farmers blocked the two entrances at the Morrisons distribution centre near Bridgwater until midnight after a drop in the price they receive for milk. Farmers for Action say the costs are not sustainable.
David Handley from Farmers for Action told ITV News: "For the last four months we've seen milk prices in the UK for farmers fall at a dramatic rate. In the last month they've fallen even further - to a point now we're almost producing milk below the cost of production."