Five things to do in North Somerset this weekend

PUBLISHED: 16:58 21 December 2018

Father Christmas and friends in Clevedon.      Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Father Christmas and friends in Clevedon. Picture: MARK ATHERTON


Christmas is almost upon us, and there are plenty of exciting events to get you in the festive spirit taking place across the district.

Queens Square. Clevedon.Queens Square. Clevedon.

- There will be Christmas carols sung on Clevedon Pier, in The Beach, with the Salvation Army on Friday night.

The free event starts at 6.30pm and includes mince pies and mulled wine.

- The Cadbury Saxophone Band will put on a Christmas concert on Saturday morning.

It will be held at Congresbury’s St Andrew’s Church, off Station Road, at 10.30am.

While the performance is free to attend, donations for Caring At Christmas will take place.

Home Alone. Picture: Hughes EntertainmentHome Alone. Picture: Hughes Entertainment

- A one-off showing of a classic Christmas film will take place on Saturday.

Clevedon’s Curzon cinema, in Old Church Road, will show Home Alone at 1.30pm.

Tickets, priced £5-21, are available at or on 01275 871000.

Noah's Ark Zoo Farm nativities by Nailsea Baptist Church.Noah's Ark Zoo Farm nativities by Nailsea Baptist Church.

- A DIY nativity and carol concert will be held at a Wraxall zoo.

A visit from Father Christmas will follow at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm, in Clevedon Road, at 2pm on Saturday.

Entry is £6 and available at or on 01275 852606.

Santas at Ashton Court.Santas at Ashton Court.

- Ashton Court Estate is hosting a Father Christmas Experience event until Sunday from 10am-7pm.

Father Christmas will be in the music room at the mansion and visitors will get to experience a Christmas market and trails around the estate, a gift from Santa and a photo opportunity with him.

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