Heavyweight hope Tyson Fury hopes to take a step closer to a world title fight when he faces America’s Vinny Maddalone in Clevedon tonight
Tyson Fury and Lee Haskins appear at weigh-in in Bristol
Faced with losing his wife to breast cancer at the age of just 37, Singe Green sat down with her to write a ‘to do’ list when she was gone.
Three young men have agreed to pay for a new tree to be planted, after sawing one down in a park in Clevedon so that they could burn it on the beach.Police were called to Alexandra Park in the early hours of 14th July and caught the offenders carrying the tree out of the park.
The three offenders - a 16-year-old boy from Yatton, an 18-year-old and a 19-year-old man both from Clevedon - have agreed to pay £336 between them to cover the cost of planting a new tree.
PC Ross Kirby based at Nailsea Police Station said: "This is an example of silly antics on a hot night going wrong. The lads involved were bored and thought it would be fun to cut down a tree, but didn't think about how this would affect the park and the people who use it.
"As well as criminal damage, their actions were anti-social and upsetting to local people.
"By dealing with the offenders through a community resolution we have made them pay for their crime, to the satisfaction of the council and other people involved, but have kept them out of the criminal justice system, which gives them a chance at a clean slate."
Think of world heritage sites, and attractions like the Great Barrier Reef in Australia or the Egyptian pyramids may come to mind. Or nearer to home, the city of Bath.
But now there's a bid to add the seafront at Clevedon in North Somerset to that esteemed list.
A group from the town is applying to UNESCO hoping to secure world heritage status.
Jane Solomons reports:
Elton Road in Clevedon closed due to a fire at the former St Brandon's school building.
Six fire engine crews are currently in attendance. The fire is now in control.
No injuries reported.
Clevedon pier has been voted as Pier of the Year 2013. The National Piers Society awarded the prize after describing it as "a real gem". The pier has just been given planning permission for a new visitor centre.
Clevedon Pier is set to benefit from a £500,000 Government grant.
It's one of 20 projects across the country selected to receive the Coastal Communities Fund which hopes to create thousands of jobs and bring in new business.
The announcement will be made by Communities Secretary Eric Pickles.
After the festive break many of us feel the need to blow away the cobwebs - but some are prepared to go further than others.
Yesterday morning a group of fearless swimmers braved the chilly waters at Clevedon for the annual New Year's Day dip. Jonty Messer reports.
Dozens of swimmers - many of them dressed as animals - have taken to the freezing waters of the Marine Lake at Clevedon. The New Year dip is something of a tradition in the North Somerset town and this year they were raising money for local wildlife charity Secret World.
Around 30 people, some dressed as animals, went for a New Year's Day dip in marine lake at Clevedon. They were raising money for Secret World charity. Although a sunny day, the temperature of the water was blow 5 degrees.
A new police station is opening in Castlewood, Clevedon in the new year. It will be opening on 2nd January 2013 and will mean you can access police services alongside the council services such as public computers. The old site will be sold off later in the year.
The opening times for the new police station will be 8:30am - 5pm Monday - Friday
As the decision to scrap plans for a new hospital in Clevedon is announced, campaigners say it's 'desperately needed'. We spoke to John Powell from the 'League of Friends of Clevedon Hospital'.