What's on this weekend?

PUBLISHED: 08:00 29 September 2012

Archant

THE prospect of an Indian summer was washed away with the floods this week but there are still reasons to be cheerful and there are a good number of community events you can get your teeth into this weekend.

Saturday:

* Locking – The Helicopter Museum will be holding a charity car show today from 10am-5.30pm. The money raised will go to the sea cadets and Crimestoppers.

* Burnham – A celebration of food and drink will be held at The Baptist Hall in College Street today. At 10am the festival will open with cakes, fruit, vegetables, meat and much much more. A cake baking contest will begin at 2pm.

* Butcombe – The Made in North Somerset festival is taking place and includes a tour of Butcombe brewery in Cox’s Green from 10am-3pm.

* Worlebury – A woodland adventure workshop will be held at Worlebury Glade. It costs £5 per child and the group will meet at Worlebury Hill Road. Book a place by calling 07878 298884. It will run between 2-4pm.

* Congresbury – The autumn show will be held at the Old School Room in Station Road today from 2.30-4pm.

* Bleadon – A harvest supper will be held at Coronation Hall in Coronation Road at 7pm. Tickets, priced £7.50, are available from the church.

* Weare – The Memorial hall in Sparrow Hill Way will host a harvest supper at 7.30pm. Tickets, priced £10, are available form Sue on 01934 732276.

* Redhill – Brainiacs may fancy the quiz tonight at the village club in Church Street. Entry costs £1 and it starts at 8pm.

Sunday:

* Uphill – Brave volunteers will be abseiling at the Boatyard tomorrow starting at 10am.

* Milton – St Peter’s Church in Baytree Road will hold a harvest lunch at 12.30pm.

* Wick St Lawrence – A flower festival is being held tomorrow at St Lawrence Church from 2.30pm. Cream teas, tractor rides and teddy bear parachutes will ensure there is something for everyone.

* Sandford – Animals are welcome at church tomorrow as All Saints’ Church in Hill Road celebrate creationism. It starts at 6.30pm and if you plan to bring a large animal call Lydia on 01934 844766 in advance.

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 interactive iwitness24 website at weston.iwitness24.co.uk

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