Community events taking place across Weston and North Somerset

Kewstoke scarecrow trail. Picture: Karen Richards

A scarecrow trail is taking place around Kewstoke and Sand Bay. Picture: Karen Richards - Credit: Archant

WESTON 

Weston Junior Parkrun has re-started at Walford Avenue, BS22 7RD. The free 2km event takes place every Sunday at 9am to help children between the ages of four-14 years become more active. Unfortunately, due to Covid restrictions only children aged four-10 will be allowed to run until June 27. Children who have not taken part in a parkrun before can register by logging on to the event webpage: https://www.parkrun.org.uk/westonsupermare-juniors/ 

KEWSTOKE 

Kewstoke Scarecrow Trail is taking place on June 18, 19 and 20 in Kewstoke and Sand Bay with a TV show theme. The trail will be the first event in the village since the pandemic and so far more than 35 residents are participating, including a few businesses. Maps of the trail will be available from Royal Oak Stores, at the street entrance of the village hall, in Crookes Lane, and on Beach Road. For further details, email Annie Taylor at overtones103@gmail.com 

CONGRESBURY 

There will be book sales at Congresbury War Memorial Hall on June 12 from 9am–1pm. A selection of new and used jigsaw puzzles, DVDs and talking books will also be available. Face masks and hand gel will be available. 

YATTON 

Yatton village market is running on June 12 from 10am to noon at Yatton Village Hall, in The Causeway. There will be a wide range of stalls, with food, plants, crafts including cards and jewellery and a free sunflower seedling to take home for every child who comes along in June. The village market will continue on the second Saturday of the month, excluding August.   

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Police And Communities Together (PACT) is meeting on June 23 from 10am to noon at Yatton Precinct. On July 23, the group is meeting from 11am-1pm at Yatton railway station for bike registering. 

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