Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend
PUBLISHED: 16:58 14 December 2018
Two of the district’s showcase events return this weekend, while elves will be running four miles for charity. Whatever you fancy, there is plenty of pre-Christmas cheer for you to enjoy.
- The Dickensian Christmas fair will return to Wrington tonight (Friday).
It will be held at The Plough Inn, in High Street, from 6.30pm.
More than 20 stalls, a pig roast and live entertainment will be there on the day.
- A four-mile elf run, in aid of St Peter’s Hospice, will be held in Clevedon tomorrow (Saturday).
A winter wonderland and grotto will also be set up at The Crab Apple Pub, in Millcross.
The elves will be under starter’s orders at 10am. The event is being organised with help from the Damien Feely Foundation.
- A Nailsea Model Railway Club open day will be held in Clevedon on Saturday.
The event will take place at The Barn, in Great Western Road, from 10am-4pm.
Entry to see the layouts and exhibits costs £1-3.
- Two nativities from the Nailsea Baptist Church will take place at a Wraxall zoo on Saturday.
Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm, in Clevedon Road, will host the shows at 1.30pm and 3pm which will be followed by a visit from Father Christmas.
Entry is £6 and available at www.noahsarkzoofarm.co.uk or on 01275 852606.
- Portishead will go back in time to the 1800’s on Sunday.
The Victorian Evening has switched from its usual Thursday slot, but will still feature a host of stalls and activities for people to enjoy.
The High Street will be packed to the rafters with the entertainment getting underway at 4pm.
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