Five things to do in Weston-super-Mare this weekend

PUBLISHED: 12:25 17 February 2017 | UPDATED: 12:25 17 February 2017

Elsie Poynton took this shot from Marine Lake.

Elsie Poynton took this shot from Marine Lake.

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Support Weston’s football team or take your loved one out for a belated Valentine’s Day meal this weekend. Here are five things to do in Weston this weekend.

A quiz will be held this weekend to raise money for Bone Cancer Research Trust.A quiz will be held this weekend to raise money for Bone Cancer Research Trust.

– A quiz night will raise money for the Bone Cancer Research Trust.

It will be held at Worlebury Golf Club, in Monks Hill, at 7.30pm on Friday. Tickets, priced £5 per person, are available by emailing fran.kennedy@tiscali.co.uk

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– A Valentine’s dinner will be hosted by St Paul’s Church, in Walliscote Road, to raise money for its extension.

It will start at 7.30pm on Friday. Email Cindy Tratt on cindytratt6@gmail.com for more information. Tickets will be £10 on the door.

Weston FC will be playing at home this weekend against Welling United. Picture: Will T photography.Weston FC will be playing at home this weekend against Welling United. Picture: Will T photography.

– Weston Football Club (FC) will play Welling United on home turf this Saturday.

The match will begin at 3pm at the team’s home ground, in Winterstoke Road. It is all to play for in this week’s match as Weston FC sits one spot above Welling United in the league table. Tickets, priced £2-18, are available on the gate.

Fireworks At Sea will take place this weekend. Picture: Jackie CavenFireworks At Sea will take place this weekend. Picture: Jackie Caven

– Fireworks will be set off from the Grand Pier on Saturday at about 6.30pm.

The Fireworks At Sea event starts at 5pm, and entry is £7.50, to include unlimited rides.

Club TabuClub Tabu

– A fundraising event will be held at Club Tabu, in The Boulevard, to raise money for the North Somerset BME network on Saturday.

Live music and entertainment will begin at 7pm. The BME Network promotes social inclusion in the county.

If you are out and about this weekend, snap a picture and upload it to www.weston.iwitness24.co.uk

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