Christmas trees donated by Bristol residents have become part of a temporary forest on Bristol's Harbourside.
It's an art project called Second Chance, which originated in Prague. The exhibition featuring the donated trees can be seen next to the Lloyds Amphitheatre throughout January.
Proud parents, Amy Gibbon and Andy Lewandowski have welcomed new baby Oscar. He is one of several babies born on Christmas Day at Southmead Hospital in Bristol.
Amy says she gave birth to the accompaniment of a brass band - but that's about all she can remember of Christmas:-
The church in the deserted village of Imber on Salisbury Plain will be open over the Christmas period.
Visitors can look around St Giles Church between December the 27th and January the 5th between 11am and 4pm each day.
The village was abandoned when the army took it over in 1943 to use it for D-Day training, forcing residents to move out, never to return.
It's been used for military purposes ever since, with access granted to the public a few times each year.
Despite the atrocious weather, thousands have been pounding the pavements of the region's high streets for those last minute Christmas presents.
The credit card company Visa predicts that shoppers across the UK will have spent £1.2 billion on its cards alone. That's more than £862,000 a minute.
In Swindon camels were also vying with the pre-Christmas sales for the shoppers attention.
Robert Murphy reports:-
Shoppers in Swindon may have rubbed their eyes in disbelief - but yes, there really was a camel at the Brunel Shopping Centre. It was part of a nativity event staged by the Bible Society.
Hundreds of people who bought tickets to see Father Christmas at Bristol Zoo on Friday night, 20 December, have been told they can't go.
The Zoo has apologised to those who bought tickets through discount coupon scheme, Living Social. It says it can't honour the tickets because of capacity limits.
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The deserted village of Imber on Salisbury Plain will be open over Christmas. People will be able to visit St Giles Church between December 27th and January 5th. The army took over the village of Imber in 1943. It's been used for military purposes ever since.