Five things to do in Weston-super-Mare this weekend
PUBLISHED: 12:30 07 October 2016
If you are stuck for things to do this weekend, there are plenty of events taking place in the area.
Watch the high-speed Weston Beach Race, attend a spice party to help raise money for refugees or sit in the cockpit of a helicopter.
Here are five things to do in Weston and the surrounding area this weekend.
– The annual Weston Beach Race offers high-speed action from Friday until Sunday.
The event will feature stalls and activities throughout the weekend as well as three days of daredevil motorbike racing.
Day admission costs £7-20 and tickets are available via www.rhlactivities.com
– The monthly Kingston Seymour market will see a variety of goods and produce on sale from 10am to noon on Saturday.
The market will take place in the village hall in Ham Lane.
To book a table, priced £2, call Carol on 01934 830553.
– A spice party is being held at the Vintage Community Church, in Hughenden Road, on Saturday.
The party will be raising money for Action for Refugees Weston from noon to 2pm.
People are asked to take along herbs and spices, to be sent to refugees in Calais.
– The WorleWind Band will be performing at a harvest gala at St Martin’s Church, in Church Road, on Saturday.
The gala will start at 7.30pm. Tickets are priced £12 and include refreshments.
– Visitors can take a look inside the cockpit of a helicopter at the Helicopter Museum in Locking Moor Road on Sunday.
The open day will run from 10am to 5.30pm.
Visitors will be able to learn about the controls of helicopters and how they are flown.
For more information, visit www.helicoptermuseum.co.uk or call 01934 635227.