The parents of a baby who had to have both her arms and legs amputated after being struck by meningitis say they've now received nearly £150,000 in donations.
Doctors thought Harmonie-Rose Allen wouldn't survive. But the 14-month-old from Bath has defied all odds.
The last pilots to train on Lynx and Sea King helicopters in Somerset have taken part in a parade in front of some special guests.Read the full story ›
The main post office in Weston-super-Mare is to remain open after all.
The branch on Regent Street shut suddenly on Monday evening due to contractual difficulties. But agreement has now been reached with the landlord.
Post Office Ltd released the following statement today:
Weston Super Mare Post Office will remain open as normal at 76 Regent Street. Agreement has been reached with the landlord to allow us to remain on the site. We are delighted agreement has been reached bringing to an end a period of unforeseen uncertainty for customers and staff.
Post Office Ltd recently consulted over plans to relocate Weston Super Mare Post Office to 84 – 86 Regent Street, Weston Super Mare, BS23 1SR. The six week public consultation has ended and an announcement will be made shortly.
Here is a picture of four of the original Lynx pilots who completed their training in 1978.
They were on hand today to see the final cohort of Lynx and Seaking pilots receive their wings:
Ahead of the Rugby World Cup we're looking at the sport in our communities and what impact this year's tournament could have on the game.Read the full story ›
Today is the last day Lynx and Sea King helicopters will take part in a parade at RNAS Yeovilton.
The Wings parade is a tradition for newly qualified pilots, but soon the helicopters be replaced by Wildcat and Merlin models. The Lynx has been in operation since 1978.