5 things to do in North Somerset this weekend

PUBLISHED: 17:00 13 April 2018

Sarah Anmayer with some of her glass and jewellery, pictured in front of fabric collages by Anne Carpenter.

Sarah Anmayer with some of her glass and jewellery, pictured in front of fabric collages by Anne Carpenter.


Whether you are after some live sport, an art exhibition or spring concert, North Somerset has you covered this weekend.

Mandi Baykaa-Murray with her wildlife paintings on feathers.Mandi Baykaa-Murray with her wildlife paintings on feathers.

- An exhibition to celebrate North Somerset Arts Week is running at Nailsea’s Number 65 High Street this weekend.

Artists will showcase work in a wide range of media including paintings, prints, felts, ceramics, jewellery and artisan crafted mirrors.

The exhibition is open from 9.30am tomorrow (Saturday) and on Sunday from 1-5pm.

Peter Rabbit.Peter Rabbit.

- Clevedon’s Curzon Cinema, in Old Church Road, will screen Peter Rabbit at 10.30am on Saturday and Sunday, 1.30pm on Saturday and 1pm on Sunday.

Directed by Will Gluck, the big-screen adaptation of Beatrix Potter’s classic tale tells the story of a rebellious rabbit trying to sneak into a farmer’s vegetable garden.

Tickets, priced £6.70 for adults and £5.70 for concessions, are available from the box office on 01275 871000.

Clevedon Town FC.Clevedon Town FC.

- If you fancy some live sport, Clevedon Town will host Longwell Green Sports on Saturday at 3pm.

Second-bottom Longwell travel to the Everyone Active Stadium having only lost one of their last three games.

Tickets are available on the gate.

Nailsea Choral SocietyNailsea Choral Society

- Nailsea choral society’s spring concert will be held at the Methodist Church, in Silver Street, on Saturday at 7.30pm

Tickets, priced £5-12, can be bought off members or at www.nailseachoral.org.uk

- Wraxall’s Tyntesfield is open throughout the month for those wishing to explore its historic grounds.

Tyntesfield house.Tyntesfield house.

The National Trust site housed the Gibbs family during the Victorian era and boasts a collection of more than 60,000 historical artifacts.

Tickets, priced £4-36.80, give you access to the whole site, but there is an additional £3 car parking charge.

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