Five things to do in Weston-super-Mare this weekend
PUBLISHED: 17:15 22 September 2017
Live music, scarecrows and Jaguar cars will take over Weston and the surrounding villages this weekend.
– Weston’s masons will welcome the town’s RNLI, sea cadets, air cadets, Children’s Hospice South West, Weston Hospicecare and the air ambulance to run stalls at its charity fair which will take place on Saturday.
The event will be at the Masonic hall in Tivoli Lane from 10am-3pm, and will be supported by a procession of classic Jaguar cars through the town.
– If you are out for a walk then head down to Uphill to see what TV show characters you can spot.
The annual scarecrow festival will take place in the village on Saturday and Sunday. The theme for this year’s event, which is the 10th festival, will be favourite TV shows and cartoons, which can be from any year or any genre.
People can buy drinks and biscuits from the Methodist church, in Uphill Road South, on Saturday from noon until 2pm and tea and cake from 2.30-5pm.
There will be a service on Sunday from 10.30-11.30am before the church is open to the public from noon to 4pm.
– Grab the family and enjoy a fun afternoon at a community festival at Worle’s Baptist church, in Rawlins Avenue, on Saturday.
There will be live music, a children’s disco, inflatable assault course and games which will run from 2-5pm.
– After you have browsed the stalls at the fair, head down to All Saints’ Church, in All Saints Road for a flag-waving Last Night Of The Proms concert will be held at noon on Saturday.
Entry is £8 and includes a light lunch.
– Your North Somerset will return to the Tropicana, in Marine Parade, after a year-long break from 11am-5pm on Sunday.
The showcase will include family activities, music, food and entertainment.
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