Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend
PUBLISHED: 16:55 17 May 2019
A retro cycling festival, nature reserve open day and an amateur drama production are just a selection of the activities you can enjoy across the area this weekend.
- A village amateur drama group will perform their latest production.
A Bunch Of Amateurs will be staged by Failand Drama Circle tonight (Friday) and tomorrow (Saturday) at the village hall, in Ox House Lane, at 7.30pm.
Tickets, priced £10, are available online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on/north-somerset/failand-village-hall/a-bunch-of-amateurs or on 01275 847766.
- A Feelgood Festival will be held at The Salthouse, in Clevedon, on Saturday and Sunday.
The event, in Salthouse Road, starts at 11am on both days and proceeds will go to North Somerset Mental Health service users.
There will be a smoothie bike, face painting, balloon twister, Marine Lake swim hosted by Swimmable and more available, while The Barnacle Buoys will perform on Saturday and a car boot on Sunday.
- Minibeasts, birds and an array of plants are ready to be discovered at a Nailsea nature reserve.
Stockway North Nature Reserve is holding its grand annual open day on Saturday from 11am-4pm.
The free open day includes wildlife and photographic exhibits, pond dipping, competitions and tours.
- A day of retro cycling and a jamboree will come to Long Ashton on Sunday.
The Gert Lush will meet at the community centre, in Keedwell Hill, from 9am-5.30pm.
The family-friendly festival is open to both vintage riders and those who want to try a longer excursion into the countryside. A full itinerary can be found by clicking here.
- Budding tennis players can discover if they could be the next Kyle Edmond or Johanna Konta.
Nailsea Tennis Club, at Mizzymead Recreation Centre, in Mizzymead Rise, is holding an open day on Sunday from 10am-5pm.
Adults and juniors are welcome to have a go at the sport and explore the facilities and no prior playing experience is required.