Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend
PUBLISHED: 11:55 20 September 2019
Classic bikes, archaeological findings and heritage open days will all take place across the next three days.
- The findings from archaeological digs will be shown in Yatton this afternoon (Fruday).
Findings from the site in North End will be revealed at the rugby club, in North End Road, from 3-6pm on Friday.
North Somerset Council's senior archaeologist will be hosting a panel session with specialists from Wessex Archaeology.
- A six-month pilot scheme designed to help look after the environment will be launched in Yatton this weekend.
Make Yatton Greener volunteers will be in The Precinct on Saturday to build up support.
A stall promoting zero emissions choices will run from 11am-3pm.
- Classic bikes will be on display in Nailsea.
The 10th International Nailsea Bike Show is taking place on Saturday and Sunday at the Ring O'Bells, in St Mary's Grove.
The event starts at 11am both days.
- A number of venues will open their doors for free this weekend.
Gordano Open Days will feature St Mary's Church in Portbury, The White Hart Inn in Weston-in-Gordano and Black Nore Lighthouse and many more on Saturday and Sunday.
For a full schedule, click here.
- Spain's entry for the 2020 Academy Awards will be screened at a Clevedon cinema.
Pain And Glory, starring Antonio Banderas, will be shown at the Curzon, in Old Church Road, on Sunday at 7.30pm.
Tickets, priced £5-21, are available at www.curzon.org.uk or on 01275 871000.
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