Their performance is part of a campaign to turn Colston Hall into a centre for young musicians with special needs.Read the full story ›
Our Somerset correspondent's blog on the plans being discussed to move - temporarily - Glastonbury Festival to WiltshireRead the full story ›
Michael Eavis - the founder of Glastonbury festival - is also the President of the Bath and West show, he's an award winning dairy farmer.Read the full story ›
Tory MPs Jacob Rees-Mogg (backing Leave) and Neil Parish (backing Remain) taking questions from country landowners on the opening day of the Bath and West Show.
More than 100,000 visitors are expected at the Royal Bath and West showRead the full story ›
Thousands of music fans are heading to Devon for one of the biggest festivals of the year. Powderham Castle is hosting Radio 1's Big WeekendRead the full story ›
The actor and comedian Eddie Izzard is taking his 'Stand up for Europe' campaign to students in Bristol ahead of the EU ReferendumRead the full story ›
This Bank Holiday The Bristol Old Vic celebrates its 250th anniversary - making it the oldest working theatre in the country.Read the full story ›
Cornish singer-songwriter Josh Curnow has narrowly missed out on a place in the Britain's Got Talent final.
Josh grew up in Wadebridge and now lives in Indian Queens. He's played in bars and pubs across the county and had high hopes of winning the ITV competition, which offers a chance to perform at the Royal Variety Show.
He certainly impressed the BGT judges in the semi-final with his rendition of Runnin' by Beyonce - but not enough to win the votes of the viewers and make it through to the final ten. He came in fourth place.
Josh may still have a chance at glory... if he is selected as one of the judges' wild cards
The Red Arrows won't be coming to Minehead this year following the announcement that the town's summer festival has suddenly been called off. Butlin's, who organise the long-running event, say it's because of new legislation introduced after the Shoreham air crash. More than 12,000 people attended the 2015 event last August.
It’s not a decision we have taken lightly, nor is it one that we like having to make, However, having assessed the new rules and taken everything into account, we felt we had no option. We understand that people will be disappointed but hopefully they will understand safety has to be our first consideration.
The team at Butlin’s and the Minehead Events Group are currently looking at options to replace the event, and say they will make an announcement if and when they have any news. It is more sad news for Minehead which has already lost out on the Real Ale Festival held at the Railway Station for this summer.