Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend

Legion colour party.

Legion colour party. - Credit: Archant

The sun will be scorching across North Somerset this weekend, so get outside and enjoy what is on offer in the area.


Tombola. - Credit: Archant

- Head to Nailsea for an afternoon of drinks, barbecue and sun.

A summer fair organised by Hannah More and Grove School parents will run in Whiteoak Way from noon to 2pm tomorrow (Saturday).

A barbecue, Pimm’s and cider tent, face-painting booth, tombola and more will feature.

Yatton School Carnival Parade.

Yatton School Carnival Parade. - Credit: Archant

- A carnival will take place for Yatton’s schools on Saturday.

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Entrants dress up for the magical theme will set off from Cherry Grove at 2.45pm

After the parade through the High Street, a fair will be held at the schools from 3-6pm, featuring games, a beer tent, raffle, tombola and more.

Pill Regatta

Pill Regatta - Credit: Archant

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- A regatta will be held in Pill at 3.30pm on Saturday to raise money for boat repairs and to build or buy four new boats.

The races will be along the River Avon and there will be a tug of war challenge, stalls, a barbecue and a live band at the Duke of Cornwall, in Pump Square.

Congresbury Singers 40th anniversary concert.

Congresbury Singers 40th anniversary concert. - Credit: Archant

- The Congresbury Singers will perform a Magic Of The Musicals show at the Old School Rooms, in Station Road, on Saturday at 7.30pm.

Tickets, priced £8, are available from the Post Office in Brinsea Road.

Clevedon Army Cadets.

Clevedon Army Cadets. - Credit: Archant

- Like many places across North Somerset this weekend, Clevedon will host a special event to mark Armed Forces Day.

A parade and drumhead service will be held at 2.15pm at Salthouse Fields, off Old Church Road, on Sunday.

The march will start at 2.30pm.

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