People visiting Brean beach in North Somerset at the weekend had a real treat.
A sand artist had been busy creating this huge geometric design - and the photographer came across it just at the right moment. Robert Campbell - who took the perfect aerial view - says that if you zoom in you can just spot the artist, wearing a white cap.
Of course it was a case of 'blink and you'll miss it'. All that hard work was soon lost to the high tide.
Friends are being made at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in Bristol as Gus the giraffe and Zebedee the Zebra get to know each other.Read the full story ›
A headteacher at a school in Bath surprised hundreds of pupils and parents when he burst into song in the middle of a speech.Read the full story ›
A couple on a mission to travel by train to every station in Britain have visited the least-used station in the West Country this weekend.Read the full story ›
Doc has inked 40 acres of skin in his time. He says there's been a dramatic change in the industry since first tattooing a sailor in 1950.Read the full story ›
It is not just us enjoying the summer weather in the West Country this weekend, the region's Zoo animals are soaking up the sun too.Read the full story ›
Part of Colston Hall in Bristol has been made into a giant ball pit. The area known as 'The Lantern' has been filled with two hundred thousand balls, which will be open to the public for the next three days.
Organisers claim that "every single person who enters it will be transported back to their childhood."
Katie Rowlett caught up with some of the big kids trying it out:
Keepers at Bristol Zoo Gardens asked members of the public to vote for three names, all inspired by the name Daisy.Read the full story ›
Despite the rain, over a thousand people turned out to watch the annual Cheese Rolling races at Brockworth in Gloucester this lunchtime.Read the full story ›
A hobbit house, mermaid's home and whiskey retreat are just some of the West Country sheds that have made the Shed of the Year shortlist.Read the full story ›