5 things to do in Weston-super-Mare this weekend
PUBLISHED: 16:00 10 April 2015
EASTER has been and gone, but if you are still looking for some things to do this weekend, here is our guide to what you can get up to.
A full round up is available in the Weston Mercury tomorrow (Thursday).
* The Sand Sculpture Festival has returned to Weston’s seafront and is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Artists from around the world have been to Weston to reproduce the best sculptures from the past 10 years of the event using 5,000 tonnes of sand.
The festival, by the Tropicana, will be open daily from 10am-5pm, with tickets ranging in price from £2.50-3.50.
* A producers’ market will take place in Weston High Street on Saturday at 9am-1pm.
It has been organised by the Business Improvement District (BID) team and stalls include cheese, meat, crafts and baked goods.
* A tabletop sale with various stalls has been organised by the Friends of St Andrew’s Church, based on Weston’s Bournville estate.
It will take place on Saturday at 10am at the church in the For All Healthy Living Centre in Lonsdale Avenue.
* Weston Civic Society will hold an informal chat about civic affairs at Loves Café in West Street on Saturday at 11am.
* The Mendip Consort of Recorders will give a lunchtime recital in All Saints Church in All Saints Road on Saturday at noon. Entry will cost £7 and includes a light lunch.
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