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

PUBLISHED: 09:46 10 August 2018 | UPDATED: 09:46 10 August 2018

Weston Flower Show returns on Saturday. 	Picture: Mark Atherton

Weston Flower Show returns on Saturday. Picture: Mark Atherton


Weston flower show is among the many events which can be enjoyed in the town this weekend.

For a full round-up of events from Weston and the surrounding villages and towns, pick up a copy of the Weston Mercury next Thursday.

n Weston Flower Show will be back in town on Saturday.

The event held at Grove Park, in High Street, will include live music from Saraband and Waves Of Harmony for people to enjoy, including a bee-keeping talk and competitions to get involved in.

The event will take place from 10am-5pm and is free to enter.

n Matt Walkley will host a photography exhibition open night on Saturday.

He will display pictures he has taken on Weston’s streets at Loves Café in West Street.

The exhibition runs from 7-10pm and is free to view.

n The Counterfeit Seventies group will present a show at Weston’s Playhouse, in High Street, on Friday.

Band members Tommy Carroll, Vince Mason, Kelvin Robertsand and Dave Sibbald make up the 1970s tribute act and will bring back the sound of the bygone era to the town.

The concert will be performed at 7.30pm and tickets, priced £21, are available from or on 01934 645544.

n St John’s Church will be holding a summer sale on Saturday.

A sale of bric-a-brac, coins and cards as well as cream teas and cakes will be held at the church in Lower Church Road at 2.30pm.

Entry is free and all money raised from the event will go to St John’s.

n Doreen’s Naughty Bits is to be performed at The Blakehay Theatre on Saturday.

After rising to fame through a viral YouTube clip, comedian Doreen will present some of her popular sketches at the venue in Wadham Street.

The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets, priced £15, are available from or on 01934 645493.

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