Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend
PUBLISHED: 11:55 04 October 2019
Food, flowers and an old Somerset tradition will all take place this weekend.
- A radio show will be broadcast in Backwell tonight (Friday).
Backwell School will be hosting a live broadcast of BBC Radio 4 Any Questions at the school, in Station Road, from 6-9pm
To attend for free, click here.
- A flower festival will be held in Portishead.
St Peter's Church, in Church Road North, is holding a flower festival from Friday to Sunday.
Day one is a ticket affair, but free entry to the public will be from 10am-6pm tomorrow (Saturday) and 12.30-4pm on the final day.
- Nailsea will host its first ever food festival on Saturday.
More than 70 food and drink producers will set up stalls at Eat:Nailsea in High Street and Somerset Square to enable foodies to sample different dishes and buy edible treats.
The event runs from 10am-4pm, is fully accessible and will include plenty of vegan and vegetarian choices as well as gluten and dairy-free options.
- A Claverham church will celebrate its 140th anniversary this weekend.
St Barnabas Church, in Jasmine Lane, will mark the occasion by hosting a flower festival on the first day from 10am-4.30pm and from 2-5pm on the second.
There will be an evening concert on Saturday from 7-9pm, a Sunday service at 11am and the weekend will be rounded off with a songs of praise celebration at 6.30pm. Tickets, priced £5, for the evening concert are available on 01934 834194.
- A Somerset tradition will return to Long Ashton.
An apple day will be held at the community centre, in Keedwell Hill, on Sunday from 2-5pm.
Entry is free.