Two people clung to the old Pier in Weston as the tide rushed by.

An afternoon swim went horribly wrong for a couple from Sutton Coldfield when they tried to swim in the Bristol Channel Just after lunch Milford Haven Coastguard informed Weston-super-Mare lifeboat that there were reports of two people hanging on to the struts of Birnbeck Pier and screaming for help. The crew assembled and launched the […]

Grants available from the Mayor’s Charity Funds

Charitable, Voluntary and Community Organisations providing services that benefit people in Weston-super-Mare are invited to apply for a grant from the immediate past Town Mayor, Councillor Roz Willis, Mayor’s Charity fund, which was raised at the Mayor’s Charity Ball held in March 2015. Applicants must provide evidence that financial support is needed by their organisation, […]

Community Event “Poppy Picnic”

On Saturday 06th of June the Town Council and Royal British Legion will be hosting a “Poppy Picnic” in Grove Park which is sure to get the community together! The Poppy Picnic is an event to help raise money for the Royal British Legion. All the money raised through Poppy Picnics will go towards the […]

The Annual Town Meeting, 16th April 2015, Blakehay Theatre

The Mayor presented her Mayor’s Awards for 2014 /15 at the Annual Town Meeting . The Mayor’s Award is given to people who make an outstanding contribution to the local community and add significantly to the quality of life of those around them. The Mayor’s Award formally acknowledges the positive difference made by those who […]

Weston-super-Mare & Hildesheim Twinning Free Concert

As part of the Twinning of Weston-super-Mare and Hildesheim the Mayor, Councillor Roz Willis,  is hosting  a concert at St Pauls Church,  Weston-super-Mare on 16th May 2015 7.30pm. The concert will feature the Gospel Choir from Hildesheim and Waves of Harmony Chorus from Weston-super-Mare. Entry is free of charge and everyone is welcome. Please CLICK […]

BUY A BLOCK immortalise your name!

Weston Museum is to restore its historic wood block floor. The unique century-old Burlington Street building which served as the old Gas Company’s workshops until being converted into a museum in 1974 has been awarded  a major Heritage Lottery Fund bid of just under £1.1 million pounds. New exhibition galleries, community and educational facilities and […]