Find five things to do in Weston this weekend

Laurabug Designs by Laura Weston from the Weston Collective in the Sovereign Centre. Picture: MAR

Laurabug Designs by Laura Weston from the Weston Collective in the Sovereign Centre. Picture: MARK ATHERTON - Credit: Archant

There is plenty to do in and around Weston this weekend.

From skating, supporting local businesses to wildlife walks, people of all ages can find something exciting to do.

*Head to the Hutton Moor Leisure Centre, in Hutton Moor Road, where there will be a toe roller jam on Saturday from 5pm.

It does not matter whether you are the best skater there is or if you are a beginner, everyone is welcome.

Admission, priced £5.50 can be paid at the door and it is £1 to hire a pair of skates.

For more information, visit*At the Sovereign Centre, in High Street, Weston Collective will be hosting their first well-being event in collaboration with Oxhouse Fitness Centre.

The event, which runs on Saturday and Sunday from 8.30am, supports local businesses.

Plenty of workshops will be on during the weekend too.

For more information, visit*The Criterion, in Upper Church Road, will host a Burns Night celebration on Saturday at 5pm.

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In tradition with the celebration, there will be haggis, neeps and tatties.

For more information, visit*People can get their bikes marked this Sunday at the Sainsbury's, in Queensway, by officers from the Worle beat team.

It will take place between 9am-3pm.

*Professional wildlife conservationaist, Chris Sperring, will be holding the wildlife walk, in Worle, this Sunday.

The aim of the walk is to make the village an urban paradise as well as learn how to identify and record the wildlife you see along the way.

The first of six wildlife walks will begin at 10am, starting and ending at the Big Worle Hub, in Clovelly Road.

For a full listing of events taking place around Weston, purchase a copy of the Weston Mercury.

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