Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend

PUBLISHED: 16:55 26 April 2019

Tim Hills and his 1925 Austin 12 being seranaded by The Gin Bowlers. Picture: Mark Atherton

Tim Hills and his 1925 Austin 12 being seranaded by The Gin Bowlers. Picture: Mark Atherton

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Classic cars, a new sport and a Thai-style celebration are all taking place across the area this weekend.

Daniel Kaluuya and Brian Tyree Henry in Widows. Picture: Showbiz Download ReviewsDaniel Kaluuya and Brian Tyree Henry in Widows. Picture: Showbiz Download Reviews

- An Oscar-winning director's latest film will be shown in Long Ashton.

LA cinema will screen Widows at the community hall, in Keedwell Hill, tonight (Friday) at 8pm.

Tickets, priced £5, are available at www.la-cinema.uk or on the door.

Green Fox will host a workshop at Tyntesfield House. Picture: Mark AthertonGreen Fox will host a workshop at Tyntesfield House. Picture: Mark Atherton

- A spring sketching tour will take place around a National Trust site in Wraxall tomorrow (Saturday).

Green Fox will host a workshop at Tyntesfield House from 9.45am-3pm.

Tickets, priced £45, include all materials and a sandwich lunch, and are available at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/tyntesfield/whats-on or on 03442 491895.

Clevedon Bowling Club members. Picture: Clevedon Bowling ClubClevedon Bowling Club members. Picture: Clevedon Bowling Club

- Two bowling clubs will host open days this weekend.

Backwell Bowling Club will open on Saturday from 10.30am-12.30pm and Sunday from 2.30-5pm at the clubhouse in West Town Road, while Clevedon Bowling Club, in Chapel Hill, will open its doors on Sunday from 10am-4pm.

Equipment is provided but people are asked to wear flat-soled shoes, and sessions will include a first introduction to playing bowls.

Long Ashton community centre. Picture: GoogleLong Ashton community centre. Picture: Google

- A Thai New Year festival will be held at Long Ashton's community centre, in Keedwell Hill, on Sunday from 10.30am-5pm.

Thai dancing and a blessing service will feature on the day.

The event is free to attend.

Linda Mcleod and Mike Snell with Linda's 1966 Triumph Herald. Picture: Mark AthertonLinda Mcleod and Mike Snell with Linda's 1966 Triumph Herald. Picture: Mark Atherton

- An annual charity event will return to Clevedon on Sunday.

The Lions' classic car event is on the Salthouse Fields at 12.30pm and will raise money for charities.

More than 200 cars and bikes on display and funds will go to Children's Hospice South West.

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