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

PUBLISHED: 14:00 26 August 2016

Grand Pier fireworks (Picture: Peter Elston).

Grand Pier fireworks (Picture: Peter Elston).

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The Grand Pier is putting on a Fireworks At Sea show this weekend, in the first display held by the pier which will be set to music.

Here are the top events taking place in Weston-super-Mare and the surrounding area this weekend:

- Eden gym is hosting a Zumba fitness fundraising event at the Italian Gardens, in High Street, on Saturday.

The fitness session will raise money for Weston Hospicecare.

The event is open for everyone to attend and will raise money and awareness of the charity. Zumba 
will run from noon to 3pm.

- The Bristol Male Voice Choir will be performing a variety of both classic and modern hits in Grove Park, in Upper Church Road, on Sunday.

The group will be performing at 2pm.

The event is free to attend so there is no reason to miss out.

- A 1950s-themed day at the Skinny Dippers, in Richmond Street, will be held to raise money for the Weston RNLI. People are welcome down at 10am to enjoy a range of entertainment and raise money for the Weston lifeboats.

- The Grand Pier, in Marine Parade will hold its first Fireworks At Sea display which is set to music.

The popular event welcomes all ages to enjoy a breathtaking display. Doors open at 7pm, with the fireworks due to start at 10pm.

- Sci-fi stars from TV and film will be appearing at the Stars Of Time film and comic convention.

The event will be held at the Tropicana from Sunday to Monday.

Guests are welcome from 10.30am-5pm to meet the actors, with characters and memorabilia on display from the likes of Star Wars and Doctor Who.

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