What’s on this weekend...

PUBLISHED: 05:30 26 May 2012

What's on this weekend?

What's on this weekend?


IT PROMISES to be a scorching weekend with sun aplenty so surely there has not been a better time to get out and enjoy it before its gone.


* Brent Knoll – Somerset Court will hold an open day at its animal-therapy centre for autistic children and adults. Sheep, goats, pigs, rabbits and much more will be open to the public at the Harp Road site from 10am-3pm.

* Congresbury – The fortnightly book sale will be held at the War Memorial Hall in High Street from 9am-1pm. DVDs, games and jigsaws will also be sold.

* Milton – If you want a clean car, do not want to wash it yourself and fancy helping out a worthy cause then why not pop down to St Peter’s Church in Baytree Road. Its charity car wash will take place from 10am to noon and costs £2.50.

* Wedmore – A car boot sale will be held at The Blakeway from 2-4pm.

* Weston – The Mendip Male Choir will be performing in aid of Children’s Hospice South West tonight at 7.30pm. The concert will be held at Victoria Methodist Church in Station Road. Tickets, priced £7, are available from Margaret on 01934 822938.

* Weston - Corpus Christ Church in Ellenborough Park South will hold a car boot sale from 8.30am-12.30pm. It will include a tabletop sale in the parish hall.

* Weston – The museum in Burlington Street will be holding a Crafty weekend today and tomorrow from 11am-3pm suitable for the children who fancy getting creative.

* Uphill – Westhaven School has picked a great day for its summer fair today. The school, in Ellesmere Road, will open gates at 11am-2pm.


* Congresbury – A Strawberry Line litter pick will be held at 10am. Volunteers should meet at the entrance off the A370.

* Banwell – The tower, bone cave and follies on the west side of Banwell Hall will be open from 10.30am-4.30pm. It is a free event and refreshments will be available. To find out more go to www.banwellcaves.org

If you have an event going on why not let us know by calling 01934 422500 or emailing newsdesk@westonmercury.co.uk. Alternatively tell everyone about it by visiting the Mercury Facebook page.

And if you see anything this weekend, whether it be breaking news, a beautiful sunset, or something a little bit unusual, why not add it to our new interactive iwitness24 website at http://weston.iwitness24.co.uk

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