Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend
PUBLISHED: 16:55 31 May 2019
A royal coronation, wildlife walk and model aeroplane display will all take place across the area this weekend.
- Model aeroplanes will take to the skies this weekend.
Avon Model Aircraft Radio Club (AMARC), based in Weston-in-Gordano, is holding a free open weekend in Cadbury Lane fields tomorrow (Saturday) and Sunday from 10am-5pm. AMARC supports the Great Western Air Ambulance Charity and contributions will be welcomed.
For more information, contact Keith Wilson on 07894 204310.
- People will learn about the wildlife available in Nailsea.
An environment and wildlife trust will hold an open day at Moor End Spout Nature Reserve, off Pound Lane, on Saturday from 10am-4pm.
There will be walks, talks and children's activities, such as pond dipping and a treasure trail and refreshments. People are advised to wear long trousers and boots.
- Royalty will descend on a North Somerset village on Saturday.
Pill Rag will take place in The Green from 10.30am-8.30pm.
The family fund day will see stalls, fancy dress, a pet show and entertainment from Bristol Ukelele Band take place and the Pill royal family will be crowned at 6pm.
- The celebrations will continue on Clevedon Pier as it marks its 150th birthday.
The Plinks will perform on the pier, in The Beach on Saturday from 2-3.30pm.
- The work of a retired councillor will be celebrated on Sunday.
A tea party in thanks of Congresbury councillor Tom Leimdorfer will be held in the Old School Rooms, in Station Road, from 3.30-4.30pm.
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