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Trescothick ton sees Somerset to safety
Centurion Marcus Trescothick shares a stand of 168 with Chris Rogers to steer Somerset to a draw against Lancashire.
Glastonbury to honour Bowie and Prince
Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage will be decorated with a giant lightning bolt in tribute to David Bowie, organiser Emily Eavis has told the BBC.
Bath sign Leicester hooker van Vuuren
Bath sign South African hooker Michael van Vuuren from fellow Premiership side Leicester Tigers for the 2016-17 season.
New dredging starts on River Parrett
Dredging work has begun on a new stretch of the River Parrett in Somerset at a cost of £2.1m.
Argentina wing Agulla to leave Bath
Argentina wing Horacio Agulla will leave Bath at the end of the season after four years with the Premiership club.
Zebra crossing row after council mix-up
A new pedestrian crossing may have to be removed after a councillor admits it was built without proper agreement.
Diver dies following sea rescue
A diver from Yeovil, suspected of having the bends, dies after being airlifted from the sea off Dorset's Jurassic Coast.
Dismaland up for South Bank arts award
Elusive artist Banksy lands a South Bank Sky Arts Award nomination for his Dismaland theme park.
First oysters harvested in 100 years
Thousands of oysters are harvested in a Somerset village for the first time in almost 100 years.
Barnet 3-4 Yeovil Town
Harry Cornick's stoppage-time strike gives Yeovil Town a thrilling comeback win at Barnet.
Northampton 15-14 Bath
Northampton Saints move up to fifth in the Premiership table following a second-half comeback against Bath.
'Community fridge' to help reduce waste
A "community fridge" where people or businesses can donate surplus food that would have otherwise been thrown away is opened.
Leaked letter blasts academies plan
A leaked letter seen by BBC Somerset strongly criticises the government's academies conversion plan, citing various concerns.
Dismaland memorabilia sells for £10k
Private collection of Dismaland memorabilia sells for more than £10,000.