Five things to do in Weston-super-Mare
PUBLISHED: 17:00 14 September 2018
This weekend you can have a go at a TV show-inspired assault course for charity or get into the Christmas spirit with a pantomime.
– See what your future holds at the town’s museum, in Burlington Street, on Saturday and Sunday.
A Victorian fortune teller will be in the free museum from 1-3pm.
There will be guided tours of the galleries and behind-the-scenes viewings will also be given during opening hours from 10am-5pm.
– Weston Hospicecare will host the first It’s A Hospice Knockout and fun day at Clarence Park on Saturday.
Teams of 10 will go head-to-head and take on an obstacle course in aid of the charity.
The first race will start at noon and there will be a variety of entertainment on offer for spectators including games, face-painting and stalls.
To sign up, visit www.westonhospicecare.org.uk/knockout
– After you have caught the action at Clarence Park, take the family over to Big Worle, in Clovelly Road, for a brilliant open day.
Get up close to a police riot van and a fire engine and enjoy a day of fun with games equipment and stalls.
Visitors will also be able tuck into some delicious barbecue food to see off the summer. The event will run from 10am to 3pm.
– The Friends of the Playhouse Theatre will put on Hercules its panto for this year.
The story of the ancient Greek myth Hercules will be performed at the High Street venue on Saturday. It will start at 1pm and tickets, priced £5, are available on 01934 645544 or at www.theplayhouse.co.uk
– On Sunday, head over to Grove Park, in High Street, for another classic car show.
The event will start at 10am and cars will fill the town’s park.
Stick around until the afternoon for a performance from the Worle Community Choir who which take to the stage at 2.30pm.
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