Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend
PUBLISHED: 16:58 28 December 2018 | UPDATED: 12:14 31 December 2018
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Christmas is over for another year and despite the focus now shifting to New Year’s Eve, there are still a range of activities to enjoy across the district this weekend.
- Classic cars will be on display in Wrington tomorrow (Saturday).
Enthusiasts will gather at the Recreation Field in Silver Street from 10am to noon.
Hot drinks and bacon rolls will be served in the village hall, and all proceeds will go towards the children’s play area fund.
If you are craving live football this weekend then head to Clevedon.
Clevedon Town are hosting Cadbury Heath in a Toolstation Western Football League Premier Division clash at the Everyone Active Stadium, in Davis Lane, on Saturday at 3pm.
Tickets are available to purchase on the gate.
- A new take on a classic family film will be screened in Clevedon.
Mary Poppins Returns is set in London in 1935, 25 years after the first film, and tells the story the beloved nanny who takes the Banks family on a fun-filled adventure.
It will be shown at 4.30pm and 6.45pm on Saturday, and 1pm, 4.15pm and 7.30pm on Sunday. Tickets, priced £5-21, are available at www.curzon.org.uk or on 01275 871000.
- Walkers, bikers and families can have a great day out for free at Ashton Court, roaming the 850 acres of undisturbed land in Long Ashton.
At the heart of the estate – where you often see deer running about – is the historic mansion which doubles up as a wedding and conference venue.
The site also has two 18-hole golf courses and is open from 8am-5.15pm with a £1.20 parking charge.
- Wraxall’s Tyntesfield is open this weekend for those wishing to explore its historic grounds.
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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