To give the 14,000 people living and working in Clavererham, Cleeve, Congresbury and Yatton an online voice at part of the Local People social media network.
Created at 09:29 on 11/04/11
After the show - your words and thoughts about am dram theatre in area
Created at 12:02 on 13/05/10
News from Tyntesfield and Clevedon Court for residents and visitors to the area to enjoy
Created at 07:51 on 05/05/10
Whatever your beliefs this group is for you whether you go to church on choose to worship you God in other ways
Created at 09:01 on 25/04/10
What's On when and where in the Nailsea area, music, dance, street scene, it is all here
Created at 12:56 on 24/04/10
This GE will be the first time Nailsea people will be voting for an MP to represent North Somerset as the old constituency of Woodspring is abolished.
Created at 15:03 on 13/03/10
Police, Neighbourhood Watch, PACT and community events to raise awareness of crime prevention
Created at 19:01 on 03/02/10
Doctors, dentists, pharmacists and other alternative practioners - including hospital issues
Created at 16:31 on 02/02/10
For timetables, traffic, ticket and tide time information. For motorway hold-ups and local roadworks.
Created at 10:01 on 23/01/10
All the news from our MP, the different parties and district councillors
Created at 12:40 on 20/01/10
Get the latest news, community information and general goings on in Saltash
Get the latest sports news, community information and general goings on in Nailsea
Noah's Ark Zoo Farm is a unique Zoo and working farm 6 miles from Bristol. We are a South West top tourist attraction, with 120,000 visitors per year.
A lighthearted take on the personal and not so personal life of Mrs Davies
Information about the events and actions of the council
I have lived in Nailsea for more than 30 years - arriving in my late 20s with my husband from London. We were the only people we know to love the rusty old sculpture in the town centre and the Queens Road wasn't built. We love the low crime rate, sense of community and acceptance by the villagers of the incomers. The schools are fantastic and so is the Courtyard wine bar!
A bigger range of shops and less moaning by the inhabitants would be great - in fact I don't think many of them have 'had it so good' but they don't appreciate the town. More reasoned debate on the future of the town and less kneejerk reactions to issues would be good. Oh! and to finish less politics on local councils and more purpose. Wraxall Parish Council is my favourite full of intelligent, caring councillors.