5 things to do in North Somerset this weekend

PUBLISHED: 17:12 16 March 2018

Megan, Rosie, Bethan and Islay Blake with some of their Exhibits.

Megan, Rosie, Bethan and Islay Blake with some of their Exhibits.

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North Somerset is awash with live music shows this weekend, and with Spring now upon us, there are plenty of activities for you to enjoy.

Launch of Portishead Swimathon 2018 by the Rotary club. Members of the club with Jemma Cooper and the staff from Parish Wharf Leisure Centre.Launch of Portishead Swimathon 2018 by the Rotary club. Members of the club with Jemma Cooper and the staff from Parish Wharf Leisure Centre.

- Pill’s annual swimathon will take place at Portishead’s Parish Wharf Leisure Centre, in Harbour Road, tomorrow (Saturday).

More than 500 swimmers are taking part, raising money for four charities.

The first swim session is at 10.30am, with the last one taking place at 6pm.

Joan Pittock with a collection of her prize winning flowers.Joan Pittock with a collection of her prize winning flowers.

- Spring is finally here, and Yatton’s horticultural society will host a spring show, in The Causeway, on Saturday at 2pm.

Entries must be dropped off on the day by 10.30am.

Show entry costs £1 for over-16s.

Victoria Klewin will play at the club on Saturday.Victoria Klewin will play at the club on Saturday.

- Victoria Klewin and the True Tones will play at Nailsea’s Tithe Barn, in Church Lane, on Saturday.

Doors open at 7pm for a 7.45pm start.

Tickets, priced £10, are available on www.nailseatithebarn.co.uk

Congresbury Singers 40th anniversary concert.Congresbury Singers 40th anniversary concert.

- The Congresbury singers will perform Spirituals And Songs From The Deep South on Saturday at the Old School Rooms, in Station Road, at 7.30pm.

Tickets cost £8 on the door.

New conductor, Ben England, for Nailsea Concert Orchestra.New conductor, Ben England, for Nailsea Concert Orchestra.

- If you fancy more live music, Nailsea Concert Orchestra will perform Peter and The Wolf, with narrator John Telfer, on Saturday at 7.30pm at the Methodist Church, in Silver Street.

Tickets are avialble from Nailsea Music Shop on the door.

Open rehearsal for young families take place from 3-4pm at the church on the day.

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