Lambs at a Keynsham wildlife park have been kitted out with knitted jackets, thanks to an anonymous donor.
Staff at Avon Valley had been keeping the orphaned youngsters warm with plastic coats, which can increase survival by up to 50 percent - but are nowhere near as dapper.
Watch: Images of the orphaned lambs in their colourful woolly coats
Doug Douglas, the managing director of Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park, would love to find out who the mystery knitter is, so he can thank them.
The RSPCA are investigating after a Staffordshire bull terrier was found cowering under a park bush in Keynsham.Read the full story ›
An ambulance has burst into flames in Keynsham high-street.
It's being reported that the road has been closed off to all vehicles while firefighters tackle the blaze.
It's not yet clear how the fire started. David Hendy, filmed the following videos when he was passing by:
Sorry, this content isn't available on your device.
Sorry, this content isn't available on your device.
An 82-year-old woman has been commended for her bravery after giving chase to a man who snatched her bag.Read the full story ›
Four people have been arrested following an unlicensed rave in Keynsham.
Police were called to an empty warehouse off Unity Road just after midnight, following complaints from members of the public.
There were a large number of people there but officers identified the organisers. The four were arrested on suspicion of conspiring to cause a public nuisance. Police also seized sound equipment.
Unlicensed music events pose a serious risk to public safety and our primary focus has to be on bringing the event to a safe and controlled conclusion.
There were a large number of people in attendance and we needed to have the right number of resources in place to make sure they could leave without putting themselves or others at risk.
We’re aware there has been significant disruption to local residents and I’d like to assure people we were using all available powers to close it down safely.
A small number of people at the event had minor injuries and officers worked with the ambulance service to ensure they were treated.
The force will be investigating the full circumstances surrounding the rave and Supt Johnstone says officers will be liaising directly with residents to explain the police response and the complexities of dealing with events of this nature.
The famous Cadbury's sign on the outside of the former factory in Keynsham is due to be removed this morning.
The chocolate company has asked the demolition firm to break up the logo, but have given special permission for the apostrophe to be given to Fry's historian Hugh Evans.
The site at Somerdale is being developed into a retirement community.
A police officer has been questioned on suspicion of grievous bodily harm after a man suffered a fractured skull in a custody suite near Bristol.
The man was arrested outside a Bristol nightclub last month and was taken into custody in Keynsham. He suffered the head injury, bleeding on the brain and a perforated ear drum after an incident with a custody sergeant.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating what happened.
The sergeant has been served with gross misconduct and has been interviewed under criminal caution.
"At approximately 2.00am the man was involved in an incident with a custody sergeant during which he suffered a serious head injury.
He was taken to Southmead Hospital where it was confirmed that he had a fractured skull, bleeding on the brain and a perforated ear drum.
He has subsequently been released from hospital.
The sergeant has been served with a gross misconduct notice and has been interviewed under criminal caution on suspicion of Unlawfully wounding/inflicting Grievous Bodily Harm."
A motorcyclist has been killed in an accident on the A4 near Keynsham.
The crash, which involved a tractor that was towing trailer, happened at 9 o'clock this morning.
The road has been closed in both directions to allow investigators to examine the scene.
Teachers at Wellsway School in Keynsham are striking today.
Members of the National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers, NASUWT, are protesting about workload. The strikes are the first of six days of planned action by the union.
The school has been in negotiation with both unions, but despite reaching an agreement with the National Union of Teachers didn't do so with the NASUWT.
In that letter, Andrea Arlidge, headteacher of the school, and head of school Simon White said the dispute was over "measures that we had taken to help improve the quality of teaching that your children receive".
Ms Arlidge and Mr White said the NASUWT was especially concerned over the "additional work" it felt these steps would involve.
I regret that the NASUWT has decided to take industrial action on Wednesday 11th March, but welcome the decision of the NUT not to do so. We have worked hard to meet staff concerns about workload whilst ensuring we continue to work towards the improvements we believe are vital to Wellsway's continuing success.
The strike action is completely avoidable. The NASUWT has made every effort to secure an agreed way forward through genuine negotiation, but the employer has failed to effectively address the serious concerns of members.
The teachers at Wellsway are all dedicated and committed members of staff, who have no wish to cause disruption to pupils or to parents, but in the face of the employer’s intransigence have been left with no choice but to protest in this way.
Delays continue until at least 9am on First Great Western services between Bristol Temple Meads/Weston-super-Mare/London Paddington and Portsmouth Harbour and on Cross Country services between Bath Spa and Glasgow.
It follows an earlier incident on the line near Keynsham and is adding up to 60 minutes to journeys.