Wiltshire Police have declared a major incident in the area due to the poor weather conditions & are urging residents to stay at home todayRead the full story ›
A number of bus services in our region have been cancelled or suspended due to the poor weather conditions.
First West of England have said it's "too dangerous to run any services", but they will re-assess the decision around midday.
Most Stagecoach buses have resumed, including services in Mount Batten and Bideford.
The Plymouth to Bristol Airport service is being reviewed for a 12pm departure.
Wiltshire Council and Wiltshire Police are urging not to attempt to drive in the county at all today.
Heavy snow has left a number of people trapped in their cars as emergency services attempt to reach as many as they can.
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Tonnes of plastic collected in beach cleans around Devon and Cornwall is now being recycled in Exeter.Read the full story ›
Wednesday's "super blue blood moon" was the first since 1866.Read the full story ›
An organisation called Plantlife is working to protect and preserve the woodlands in Quantock Hills.Read the full story ›
Refill Bristol was launched in September 2015 and now has more than 200 free refill points across the city.Read the full story ›
In his first public speech since being appointed, Simone Rossi outlined the importance of the Somerset project for the UK.Read the full story ›
Residents in Clevedon no longer have to boil their water before using it after Bristol Water lifted its health notice.
The notice was put in place on Thursday after part of the town's water supply was found to be contaminated.
Bristol Water says it detected the parasite cryptosporidium, which can cause vomiting and diarrhoea.
It says the drinking water supply to Clevedon is now coming from other treatment works.
Over the last few days, we have been taking samples from the treated water storage reservoir in Clevedon and at customers’ houses. No Cryptosporidium has been detected in any of these samples. We have also fully flushed the water network in the area meaning the network now has a fresh supply from other sources.
Consequently, following consultation and advice from Public Health England, we are now lifting the precautionary boil water notice.
A Council working group met this week to discuss the introduction of new parking zones.Read the full story ›