Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend

PUBLISHED: 16:55 07 June 2019

Nalisea skatepark festival. Picture: Mark Atherton

Nalisea skatepark festival. Picture: Mark Atherton

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We are into festival season and this weekend sees beer, skateboarding and farmyard activities celebrated across the area.

Chris Cole and Martin Want serving customers at Cleeve Cricket Club Beer Festival. Picture: Mark AthertonChris Cole and Martin Want serving customers at Cleeve Cricket Club Beer Festival. Picture: Mark Atherton

- Cleeve will host two events to suit all the family this weekend.

For drinkers, the cricket club's annual mini beer, gin and cider festival will take place at the King George V Playing Fields, in Main Road, today (Friday) and tomorrow (Saturday). The bar will open from 6.30-11pm on the opening night, and the following day drinks will be served at 2pm.

A family fun day will then be held at field on Saturday from 2-5pm.

- Hundreds of people are preparing to be doused with paint in the name of charity.

The Rainbow Run is taking place at the North Somerset Showground in Wraxall. Picture: Colin RaynerThe Rainbow Run is taking place at the North Somerset Showground in Wraxall. Picture: Colin Rayner

The seventh rainbow run in aid of Children's Hospice South West will be held at Wraxall's North Somerset Showground, off Bristol Road, on Saturday from 11am-3pm.

- Villagers will celebrate 90 years since a popular playing fields opened.

Backwell Playing Fields Charity will host a fair on Saturday from 11.30am-4pm.

The free event will include plenty of family fun including a dog show, tug of war, treasure hunt, music, kids area and stalls to browse. Families can bring a picnic and reusable cups.

A field day will take place on Saturday.A field day will take place on Saturday.

- Ollies and half pipes will be performed in Nailsea on Saturday.

The skatepark festival will take place at Millennium Park, in Brockway, from 1-5pm.

Anyone aged five and over can sign up to the event at www.chsw.org.uk/rainbowbristol

- Countryside enthusiasts will get a taste of the world of farmyard crafts in Kingston Seymour.

The festival attracts enthusiasts from across the South West.The festival attracts enthusiasts from across the South West.

The fleece fair will return to Tutshill Farm, in Yeo Bank Lane, on Saturday at 2pm.

Sheep shearing and other agricultural pursuits will be available to try.

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