Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend

PUBLISHED: 16:55 28 June 2019 | UPDATED: 11:09 02 July 2019

Chloe and Lauren Chetland With their prize winning exhibits. Picture: Mark Atherton

Chloe and Lauren Chetland With their prize winning exhibits. Picture: Mark Atherton

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With a heatwave set for the weekend, you can enjoy an arts trail, cider festival and summer show in the glorious sunshine.

The scheme will include sports taster sessions at Millennium Park. Picture: Mark AthertonThe scheme will include sports taster sessions at Millennium Park. Picture: Mark Atherton

- 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.

Around The Houses artists. Picture: Mark AthertonAround The Houses artists. Picture: Mark Atherton

- 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.

The George Inn's owner Olly Slym, where the cider festival will take place.      Picture: MARK ATHERTONThe George Inn's owner Olly Slym, where the cider festival will take place. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

- 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.

Sue Dury and her prizewinning floral art.Sue Dury and her prizewinning floral art.

-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.

Joseph 7 and family (Chaplain)catches his first rainbow trout, with the help of Peter Burton Pass It On Young Sports taster sessions.Picture: Jeremy LongJoseph 7 and family (Chaplain)catches his first rainbow trout, with the help of Peter Burton Pass It On Young Sports taster sessions.Picture: Jeremy Long

- 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.

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