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One Direction have been in Clevedon today filming their latest music video.
Rumours of the band's visit spread quickly on social media, and dozens of fans came down to the seafront to try and catch a glimpse of them on the Pier.
They're best known for hits like 'What makes you beautiful' and 'best song ever'. They came to fame on ITV's X Factor
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Fans have been lining Clevedon sea front to try and catch a glimpse of One Direction.
The band are taking part in some filming on the town's famous pier.
Dog owners in North Somerset have got their pooches to sign a petition against plans to keep them on a lead.
Dogs can currently run free at Herbert Gardens in Clevedon, but the town council says people have been knocked over, and there are plenty of other places where they can be exercised without leads.
Hundreds of people angry about the possible loss of beds at Clevedon Hospital are expected to attend a public meeting this evening. They are worried that the 18 inpatient beds could be moved to nursing homes, as a more effective way of rehabilitating patients.
They also need to be brought up to modern standards, which could prove costly. The Clinical Commissioning Group for North Somerset says no decisions have been made yet.
Clevedon Community Hospital looks after patients following major surgery at acute hospitals. The Minor Injury Unit has recently been refurbished and is open 365 days a year.
Police in Clevedon are appealing for former employees of the town's former Cam Gears company to get in touch. They hope they maybe able to help with an ongoing investigation.
Detectives would like to speak to anyone who worked at Cam Gears in Clevedon in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
The appeal is in connection with an investigation into sexual offences against two boys in the Weston-super-Mare area, dating back to the early 1990s.
– Det Con Andy Eastwood
I would like to make it clear the firm, which is no longer trading, is not directly involved in this investigation but it is believed people who worked there may have information which could help us progress this inquiry.
"We were approached by a man in September who reported historic sexual offences against him and another victim, which date back to the early 1990s.
"A 71-year-old man has been arrested in connection with this investigation and he is currently on bail until early February."
If you worked at Cam Gears between the late 1980s and early 1990s, or know of someone who did, please call Det Con Eastwood via the 24-hour non-emergency number 101.
Critics have voted an ITV drama filmed in North Somerset as the best TV programme of the year. "Broadchurch" is set on the Dorset coast, but many of the scenes were filmed in Clevedon.
The murder-mystery stars David Tennant and Olivia Coleman and put the town centre-stage boosting the number of visitors. It was voted best of 2013 by a panel of critics from the Radio Times.
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."