Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend
PUBLISHED: 16:56 08 March 2019
Beer, drumming and barn dancing are all taking place across the area this weekend.
- A village will host its inaugural beer festival tonight (Friday)
A festival at Wrington’s memorial hall, in Silver Street, will run until tomorrow (Saturday) with afternoon and evening tickets on sale.
Tickets, priced £6-8, are available at www.wringtonbeerfestival.org/tickets or from Buglars and The Twisted Oak Brewery.
- Better Nailsea is holding a litter pick on Saturday from 10am to noon, followed by a meeting from noon to 2pm.
To take part, meet at Number 65, High Street.
Volunteers are urged to bring suitable clothing and a litter picker.
- Hundreds of beautiful plants, fruit and vegetables will be displayed in Portishead on Saturday.
The horticultural society’s spring show will be held at the Folk Hall, in High Street, from 12.30-5pm.
Entry costs 50p and show schedules and entry forms are available from Aaron’s Pets, the library and the youth centre.
- Drumming workshops will take place in Clevedon in support of the Mahola Project.
The Friary Hall, in Marine Hill, will run separate sessions at 3pm, 4pm and 5pm on Saturday.
There is also food and music in the hall, after Mass, from 7.30-10pm. Entry is free but donations are welcomed.
- Fundraisers will be dancing the night away in Yatton on Saturday.
A barn dance will be held at the village hall, in The Causeway, from 7.30-11pm and has been organised by the Strawberry Line Café.
Tickets, priced £12.50 including a ploughman’s supper, can be bought on 01934 835758 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. A bar will be available and Fougere Rouge will provide the entertainment.