Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend
PUBLISHED: 16:55 28 June 2019 | UPDATED: 11:09 02 July 2019
With a heatwave set for the weekend, you can enjoy an arts trail, cider festival and summer show in the glorious sunshine.
- Activities for youngsters to avoid antisocial behaviour will take place in Nailsea.
Police will start the summer taster sessions tonight (Friday) in Millennium Park, off Brockway, from 7-9pm.
Police and community groups have teamed up to offer activities to children in the park on Friday evenings throughout the summer.
- An arts trail returns to Portishead this weekend.
The around the houses art trail will be showcased from 10am-5pm tomorrow (Saturday) and Sunday and 27 artists' work will be displayed at 15 venues.
For details on venues and timings, visit the event's Facebook page.
- An Abbots Leigh pub will serve pints of Somerset's favourite tipple on Saturday.
An inaugural cider festival will take place at The George Inn, in Manor Road, from 11am-11pm.
Tickets, priced £10, include a barbecue, hog roast, bouncy castle and music. Funds rased will be donated to Children Hospice South West.
-A flower show will return to Congresbury.
The gardening club's summer show and the village fete will be held at St Andrew's Church paddock, in Station Road, on Saturday at 1.30pm.
- People will be able to take part in countryside pursuits for free.
Tickenham's Pass It On Young Sports is holding a taster day on Sunday at Jacklands Fishing Lakes, in Jacklands Bridge, from 10am-4pm.
Youngsters can try activities including archery, shooting, fishing and bushcraft.