5 things to do in North Somerset this weekend

PUBLISHED: 18:06 10 November 2017

Clevedon's Curzon Cinema.

Clevedon's Curzon Cinema.

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If you plan to pay your respects this remembrance weekend, or fancy watching a rugby union derby match, there’s plenty on offer across North Somerset this weekend.

Pottery is on offer in Backwell this weekend.Pottery is on offer in Backwell this weekend.

- Paddington Bear is returning to the big screen, and you can catch him at Clevedon’s Curzon Cinema, in Old Church Road.

The film will be screened at 7.30pn tonight, and will run until November 26.

To book your ticket, visit www.curzon.org.uk

- For those who want to get creative, a pottery painting workshop will be held in Backwell at the WI Hall, in Station Road, from 10.30am-12.30pm tomorrow (Saturday).

The Backwell war memorial.The Backwell war memorial.

It costs £10, including a piece of pottery and refreshments.

Book on 01275 794508.

- A two-minute silence will be held at the Backwell war memorial, in Church Lane, tomorrow.

People will start assembling st 10.50am.

The Clavertots playgroups Christmas market will be in the Claverham village hall.The Clavertots playgroups Christmas market will be in the Claverham village hall.

- Clavertots Christmas Market will be held at the village hall, in Bishops Road, from 10am-2pm tomorrow.

Stalls cakes and children’s activities will be on offer.

Nailsea & Backwell RFC.Nailsea & Backwell RFC.

- If you’re after some live sport this weekend, then head down to West End Park for a local rugby union derby.

Nailsea & Backwell RFC take on Weston-super-Mare’s second XV in the South West Division Tribute Somerset Premier.

The match kicks off at 2.30pm, and a pay-on-the-gat ticket policy applies.


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