Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend

PUBLISHED: 12:00 01 November 2019

Lanterns will be released in Claverham. Picture: Mark Atherton

Lanterns will be released in Claverham. Picture: Mark Atherton

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Halloween-themed parties, a lantern parade and more will take place across the area this weekend.

The drama circle will perform short sketches. Picture: Failand Drama CircleThe drama circle will perform short sketches. Picture: Failand Drama Circle

- Failand Drama Circle will host a fright night Halloween party at the village hall, in Ox House Lane, tonight (Friday) at 7pm.

Performances by group members, a children's fancy dress competition and some gory games will all take place.

Tickets, priced £5, include a hot dog, and can be purchased at the Post Office or at www.ticketsource.co.uk, or call Maureen on 01275 393302.

Noah's Ark Zoo Farm. Wraxall. Giant pumpkin being given to elephants.    Picture: MARK ATHERTONNoah's Ark Zoo Farm. Wraxall. Giant pumpkin being given to elephants. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

- A Wraxall zoo will host a pumpkin festival until tomorrow (Saturday).

Guests of Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, in Clevedon Road, can pick and carve pumpkins, enjoy a mystery trail, play pumpkin skittles and more.

Tickets, priced £9.45-65.80, are available at www.noahsarkzoofarm.co.uk or on 01275 852606.

Paul & Renate O'Donnell.Paul & Renate O'Donnell.

- A Cleeve couple will get in the festive spirit to raise money for Children's Hospice South West and Cancer Research UK.

Paul and Renate O'Donnell will host their Christmas crafts extravaganza at 3 Bishops Mead until Sunday.

It will run from 10am-6pm each day.

Blagdon primary school lantern parade.Blagdon primary school lantern parade.

- An All Hallows event will be in Claverham held on Saturday.

Lanterns will be made at the village hall, in Bishops Road, at 4pm, half an hour before a walk through the village.

There will be a gathering at St Barnabas Church, in Jasmine Lane, at 5pm ahead of a short service featuring bells, stories, songs, drinks and cake.

Children enjoying pumpkin carving at Tyntesfield.Children enjoying pumpkin carving at Tyntesfield.

- Scary activities will spook people at Wraxall's Tyntesfield House.

Mystery Halloween trails will run around the house until Sunday from 10am-3pm.

Admission is £3 on the gate.

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