It's day 20 of the Christmas Countdown and lots of you will have been watching nativity plays. Well here's Andrea Thomas reporting in 1995 on a children's nativity play that uses real animals.
What do they say? Never work with children or animals?
Drunken revellers who smashed up a popular Christmas display in Wells have come forward. They caused thousands of pounds of damageRead the full story ›
It's day 19 and we're really delving into the archive for today. Here's John Doyle reading the very first Christmas card he received in 1970.
A baker in Truro has served up a festive feast with a difference - a full turkey Christmas dinner made entirely from cake!Read the full story ›
It's day 18 of our Christmas Countdown, watch as Santa and his helpers brave the cold to take a plunge for charity.
You won't want to miss this scuba diving spectacle.
It's day 17 of our Christmas countdown and today we're looking at a tradition in its 30th year.
Take a look at the Dunster light celebrations.
With blood and platelet stocks running low over Christmas time, Father Christmas is lending a hand at Southmead Hospital in Bristol.
He's urging people to donate blood if they can. It comes after a shortage of O- in the South West at the moment.
It's Day 16 of our West Country countdown to Christmas.
Struggling for the Christmas inspiration? Or just want something new to be the centrepiece of your festive fun next year? Well this piece from 1997 might help!
There are 500 extra staff at the Bristol Royal Mail sorting office today, was what's been pegged as the busiest day of the year for mail.Read the full story ›
It's Day 15 of our West Country countdown to Christmas. Today's video treat comes from 1985.
You might recognise one of our well known faces being put through Father Christmas training school run by a Swindon-based employment agency.