Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend
PUBLISHED: 17:00 06 April 2018
With half-term coming to a close, children will be going back to school next week, but there is still time for you to enjoy what North Somerset has to offer this weekend.
- The Rotary Club for Clevedon Yeo will host a quiz for Clevedon and District foodbank at 7.30pm tonight (Friday) at Friary Hall, in Marine Hill.
Teams of up to four are permitted.
Tickets, priced £7.50 per person, can be booked by calling Tony Carrington on 01275 218987.
- Sustrans will be working in Portbury to improve the cycle path off Sheepway tomorrow (Saturday).
It will run from 10am to noon and volunteers will meet on the path between Dock Road and Marsh Lane.
Some tools will be available but any which can be taken to the session should be, call 07709 621208 for more details.
- Clevedon’s Curzon cinema, in Old Church Road, will screen Wes Anderson’s latest stop-motion film, Isle Of Dogs, this weekend.
Set in Japan, the film follows a boy’s odyssey in search of his lost dog and features a stellar voice cast including Bryan Cranston, Scarlett Johansson and Bill Murray.
Tickets, priced £7.40 for adults and £6 for concessions, are available from the box office on 01275 871000.
- Nailsea’s horticultural society will host its spring show at Nailsea School, in Mizzymead Road, on Saturday.
The event runs from 12.30-5.30pm with more than 150 classes ranging from exhibits of daffodils and spring bulbs, to photography and handicrafts.
There will be stalls, refreshments and music from the Filton Concert Band.
- There are more opportunities for you to get your hands dirty this weekend.
A clean-up event, organised by Pride in Portishead, will run from 10am to noon on Sunday.
Volunteers will meet in Rippleside.