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

PUBLISHED: 15:30 30 June 2017

An Armstrong Siddeley Lancaster from 1947 owned by Keith Mackay.

An Armstrong Siddeley Lancaster from 1947 owned by Keith Mackay.


While it may look like the recent sunshine and warm weather is over for the time being, people in Weston-super-Mare are not letting it dampen their spirits. Here are five things to do in the area this weekend.

Andrea Saines and Sarah Pollard.Andrea Saines and Sarah Pollard.

– There will be a cider festival on the Grand Pier, in Marine Parade, on Saturday and Sunday. The event will start at noon each day and there will be live music and food.

There will also be a hoedown dance night held at the pier at 8pm on the same day.

Tickets, priced £22.50, are available from 01934 646155 or online from

Skittles with Jeff, Phil, Sam and Frances.Skittles with Jeff, Phil, Sam and Frances.

– A skittles night at the 49 Club, in Baker Street, will raise money for the Birnbeck Regeneration Trust and its efforts to preserve the derelict pier in Birnbeck Road.

It will be held at 7.30pm on Saturday. Tickets, priced £7, are available from Rose on 07597 807008 or

Priory Community School.Priory Community School.

– Disney movie classics will be performed by the community choir at Priory Community School, in Queensway, Worle, on Saturday at 7pm.

Tickets, priced £3-6, are available from the hospicecare shop in High Street or on 01934 622542.

Paul Foulston with his 1928 Swift.Paul Foulston with his 1928 Swift.

– A classic car show will take place in Grove Park, at the end of High Street, on Sunday.

There are expected to be more than 30 cars filling the park.

It will run from 10am-4.30pm, with performances in the bandstand from 2.30-4.30pm.

Steve Taylor showing people around the garden he has built.Steve Taylor showing people around the garden he has built.

– Weston Hospicecare will open the gardens at its Jackson-Barstow House base in Thornbury Road, Uphill, on Sunday.

The event runs from 2-4pm, and offers cream teas, stalls and a children’s miniature garden competition.

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