For the third day of the Christmas countdown here at West Country. We're going back in time to 1994 - when silk scarves appear to have been a popular Christmas present for the sophisticated lady.
Our reporter from the past Alison John reports on how to tie said scarves back in the nineties!
Christmas trees from Dartmoor are on their way to Downing Street. A family firm is celebrating after being chosen as the decorators.Read the full story ›
For this the second day of our Christmas countdown we're heading down memory lane to the capital of Cornwall, circa 2009.
Take a look at Truro's City of Light's lantern parade, did this year's top it?
We've delving back to 2007 for our first countdown - and into the Santa Olympics at Wookey Hole in Somerset.
See if you can spot a familiar face...
The family of a 6 year old girl say she's devastated after she was refused time off school to take part in filming a Christmas TV ad.Read the full story ›
A charming paper version of Bristol has been created for a film promoting the city as a place to visit over ChristmasRead the full story ›
Christmas lights will not be strung up in Torquay's Union Street this year.
Torquay Chamber of Commerce confirmed the cancellation "with regret".
A special Christmas Lights group had been asked to rescue the lights from a backdrop of major losses in 2015, but said that they could not overcome some very serious obstacles in time for this year's display.
We will continue with our efforts and intend to bring back the lights next year.
"This was not just an ordinary circumstance of raising funds, there were major infrastructure issues as well, and these were at the roots cause of the problems for this year."
It's that time of year again - Christmas is fast creeping up and it's time for the Christmas light switch on.
And this year All Saints have been announced at the headline act to turn the lights on at Cribbs Causeway.
The band will take to the stage at The Mall on November 10 to perform their biggest hits and flick the festive switch.
10,000 free tickets will be given away for the event, in exchange for a £2 suggested donation per head, with the money going to BBC Children in Need.
We’re very excited to welcome All Saints to The Mall! The event has drawn some big names to Bristol in previous years with Blue, The Saturdays, JLS and Olly Murs helping to raise a total of over £70,000 for charity.
The Mall will be giving away tickets every day from mid-October. They will be available on a first come, first served basis from The Mall’s Information Desk during opening hours.
Still waiting to get rid of your Christmas tree? You might want to think about bringing it back in - and having it for dinner.Read the full story ›
African elephants and Bengal tigers are making the most of recycled Christmas trees at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm in Bristol.Read the full story ›