The artwork - by the graffiti artist D-Nek - appeared on the wall of the McColls store in the town's High Street The artwork by the graffiti artist D-Nek appeared on the wall of the McColls store in the town's High... A life-size artwork of soon-to-be American president Donald Trump - dressed as a superhero - has appeared on a wall in Portishead. The artwork - by the graffiti artist D-Nek - appeared on the wall of the McColls store in the town's High Street.
A period house in Portishead could be the most expensive in the town to be sold to date - with a price tag of A 1.5 million. It is understood the property, which sits in grounds of around three quarters of an acre, is the most expensive to date to be marketed in the town with a guide price of A 1.5 million.
Residents of Portishead have once again called upon North Somerset Council to crack down on dog owners who fail to clean up after their pets around the town's Marina. Locals are concerned about the potential health risks posed by dog faeces - particularly as the area has been popular with families out for walks over the festive season.
A Bristol woman who saw in the New Year at Pontins Brean Sands has called the experience "dismal, law breaking of health and safety standards, and horrific." Jessica Heslop, 34, from Portishead spent three nights at the Somerset holiday resort with her mum, husband and two young children, as well as family friends, at a cost of A 100 per room per night.
Technical work on finalising the outline design of the project which will see trains running out of Portishead once again is due to be finalised this month . MetroWest officials had hoped to submit a Development Consent Order to the Secretary of State in November for the project which would see passenger trains start running again between Portishead and Bristol from late 2019.