Five things to do in Weston-super-Mare this weekend
PUBLISHED: 17:05 20 October 2017
The Midnight Beach Walk will take place this weekend and people will get into the spirit of the season with autumn fairs and rugby matches.
– The rescheduled Midnight Beach Walk will take place today (Friday).
The event was due to be held on September 30 but weather warnings for high winds and heavy rain led to the event’s postponement.
But now it is back in full force and people are encouraged to take part.
The 5km fundraiser in aid of Weston Hospicecare will start and finish in the Regent Suite of the Grand Pier. Registration begins at 10pm.
– An autumn fair will be held at the bowls club in Clarence Park, in Clarence Road, on Saturday. Search through the bric-a-brac and the book stalls to pick up a bargain.
The fair will start at 10am and entry costs 20p. There will also be a tombola and a stall to purchase drinks and food.
If you want to explore all of the fairs in the area then you can also head over to Emmanuel Church, in Oxford Street, where the church’s mothers union will hold one from 10.30am-12.30am.
– Visit Weston’s newly refurbished museum, in Burlington Street, and enjoy a Lego workshop.
The event will be held on Saturday and will run from 10.30am-4pm.
Tickets, priced £3 per child or £5 for two children, can be booked at the museum.
– If you are feeling charitable then why not support Children’s Hospice South West at a RAFA band concert on Saturday.
The concert will be held in Victoria Methodist Church, in Station Road, and doors will open at 7pm.
Tickets, priced £7, are available on the door or by calling 01934 253673.
– If you are a sports fan then there is plenty of games to make your way down to.
Hornets 1st team will take on Maidenhead at their home ground, in Hutton Moor Road, on Saturday at 3pm.
Weston 2nds and 4ths will also be at home on Saturday, with the 2nds playing Tor and the 4ths playing Gordano II at 3pm at their ground in Sunnyside Road.