A £14,000 grant from North Somerset Council has enabled the creation of a stunning new all-weather community space at the seaward end of Grade 1 listed Clevedon Pier.
Clevedon Pier has launched its new Glass Box cafe, which has a menu featuring takeaway gourmet seaside treats (photo by Just Us Photography).
The Trust is delighted to announce a new partnership with local Clevedon company, Envira-Mech Services Limited.
Clevedon Pier is delighted to announce that the Pier Kiosk in Copse Gardens, opposite the Pier entrance, has been let this year to a local couple who will be opening it six days a week as a take-away outlet. [...]
We are delighted to announce that the Clevedon pier & Heritage Trust has been awarded a £24,720 Culture Recovery Grant from the Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF). The scheme is designed to ensure that when people visit local cultural sites [...]
A scale model of Clevedon Pier will be on public display in the visitor centre from Friday 16 October to Sunday 18 October as part of events to mark its collapse in 1970 and the successful campaign to save it [...]
In March 1980, almost ten years after two spans of Clevedon Pier had collapsed into the muddy waters of the Bristol Channel, there was an air of anticipation at the Clevedon Community Centre. After three days of passionate debate [...]
The 50th anniversary of the collapse of Clevedon Pier and the successful campaign to save it from demolition is to be commemorated with a pass that will be valid for 50 years, and will only be available to the [...]
Local man Ralph Fryer was a keen amateur film maker and on the day that Clevedon Pier collapsed he rushed home, got his camera, and went down to the beachfront to record what happened. Later in the day Ralph [...]
The local team at Mayfair: Town & Country were so concerned about the plight of England's only Grade 1 listed Pier that they have decided to donate £50 to the Clevedon Pier & Heritage Trust for every property they sell. [...]