Crowds wanting to enjoy the home comforts of a night indoors and a hot shower first have to escape the site first - here's a handy guide.Read the full story ›
On Saturday, flights between Land's End Airport and St. Mary's Airport delayed due to poor weather conditions.
Forecast for tomorrow is indicating the possibility of strong winds, poor visibility & heavy rain which is likely to cause disruption to flights.
No flights have been cancelled yet, however passengers can transfer to a different date free of charge.
Very slow traffic and one lane blocked due to broken down car on M5 Southbound between J14 B4509 (Thornbury / Falfield) and J15 M4 (Almondsbury Interchange).
Lane three is blocked.
Police in the South West have some advice for keeping your home secure if you're away for the Easter holidays.Read the full story ›
A40 Eastbound in Gloucester has re-opened and the traffic is easing following an accident.
The A40 Eastbound is closed due to accident.
A collision involving a car and cyclist between A38 Tewkesbury Road (Longford Roundabout) and B4063 Cheltenham Road East (Elmbridge Court Roundabout).
Very slow traffic in surrounding area.
Much of the South West's main routes have been listed as "easter traffic hotspots" by the RAC. Drivers are being warned to plan ahead.Read the full story ›
A serious accident near Pincot Lane has closed Gloucestershire's A46 Stroud Road in both directions. The road is expected to remain closed for some time.
In Bristol, Park Road in Stapleton is closed both ways due to a police incident.
There is currently disruption to flights to and from Land's End Airport due to poor visibility caused by fog.
Passengers are being warned that flights may be subject to delays and cancellations at short notice.
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union at First Great Western began a 24 hours strike at 4am today (Friday March 27th) over a row about the dismissal of a colleague.
The dispute include guards, train drivers and managers in Penzance.
The announcement comes in the same week the rail company was awarded a 42-month extension on its franchise by the Government.
It is clear from the two disputes we are engaged in that there is a culture of bullying and intimidation of staff rife within the money-spinning racket which is the First Great Western operation.
RMT will not allow this culture to go unchallenged and the union will defend both our individual members and the principle of workplace justice. The union remains available for talks in both disputes.
First Great Western is reassuring passengers strike action will not impact its services.
We can confirm that a member of staff was recently dismissed for allowing the doors of a train to remain open while in passenger service, and failing to report the incident to anyone for over a month.
The member of staff was not an RMT member at the time of the incident, and we are surprised that they have decided to support these actions, which put his safety, and the safety of his colleagues and our passengers at risk.
The RMT has a track record of taking a strong stance on the safety of its members and passengers, and today's action seems inconsistent with those messages. We do not expect this action to impact services for customers, and continue to talk to the RMT about this issue.