Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend

PUBLISHED: 17:00 31 August 2018

Ellia Frost with her prize winning exhibits.

Ellia Frost with her prize winning exhibits.


The firs weekend of September is here and there is plenty for you to enjoy across the district.

The Curzon cinema. Picture: Frederico Colarejo.The Curzon cinema. Picture: Frederico Colarejo.

- Clevedon’s Curzon cinema, in Old Church Road, will celebrate the world of animation tomorrow (Saturday).

Anim18 will showcase the talent of the genre by screening Wallace And Gromit The Curse Of The Wear Rabbit, The Iron Giant and The Beatles Yellow Submarine Sing-A-Long at 1.30pm, 4.30pm and 7.30pm respectively.

Tickets, priced £5-7.80, can be purchased at or on 01275 871000.

Potishead beach clean.Potishead beach clean.

- Pride in Portishead will meet at Valley Road, near the tip, for a clean-up from 10am to noon on Sunday.

Volunteers are encouraged to wear suitable footwear and bring a litter picker.

Jane Hosgood with her prize winning Posy.Jane Hosgood with her prize winning Posy.

- Redhill’s annual harvest fair, flower and produce show hosted by the village hall, in Church Lane, will take place on Sunday.

The event will run from 1-4pm and entry is free.

For more information, contact Redhill Club on 01934 862619.

The last Bristol stage of the Tour of Britain was held in 2016. Picture: David Davies/PA WireThe last Bristol stage of the Tour of Britain was held in 2016. Picture: David Davies/PA Wire

- The world’s top cyclists will ride through North Somerset as part of this year’s Tour of Britain.

A pre-tour party will be held at Congresbury’s Millennium Green, off Bristol Road, on Sunday from 2.30-4.30pm.

Games and competitions for children, including a bike decoration challenge, will be held, and villagers will have the chance to showcase their speed on two wheels in a sprint challenge.

Wrington Drama Group. Picture: Bob BowenWrington Drama Group. Picture: Bob Bowen

- Wrington Drama Club is on the hunt for new members.

The group will hold auditions for its next production on Sunday at the United Reformed Church Chapel, in Broad Street, from 3-6pm.

In January it will put on Oliver! and is looking to assign cast members.

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