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Flower and Produce show

Flower and Produce show
77th Annual Flower & Produce Show, Saturday 3rd September, 2 – 5 pm, in the grounds of Claverton Down Community Hall (top of Widcombe Hill). Open to All.

Do you like growing, baking, making? Come and enter, there are over 100 classes – mishapen veg, showstopper cakes, artisan bread, men only rock cakes, cut flowers, herbs, photography and many preserves and drinks. It’s all really great fun, nothing serious. Come and have a go with your friends, neighbours or family. You can click on the Show Schedule at Claverton & District Horticultural Society for more details.

Even if you don’t enter, it’s a fun afternoon out with a traditional show tent, teas, cakes, cider, ice cream, pet parade, children’s races, and the now famous produce auction. Adults £2, Children FREE.
Organised by Claverton & District Horticultural Society

Blood Wedding

Blood Wedding

“She was beautiful, her face shone. I knew her. But I never liked her. She never loved her husband.” In the dry heat of the Andalucian sun a bride decides between love and duty., unleashing the wrath of ancient feuds set to tear her community apart. The storm of the civil war is brewing across… Read More…

Into The Woods

Into The Woods

This imaginative and delightfully playful new production of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Into the Woods arrives as a timely celebration of the late composer’s remarkable impact on musical theatre. The supremely talented ensemble cast includes Julian Bleach (co-creator of Olivier Award-winning Shockheaded Peter, Doctor Who, The Borgias), Audrey Brisson (Olivier Award nominee for Amélie,… Read More…

Library events aim to spark children’s curiosity

Library events aim to spark children’s curiosity

There’s a science and technology theme to many of the events at Bath and North East Somerset’s libraries this summer with sessions on crafting Robots & Rockets and Helicopter & Robot Arms. It’s all in support of this year’s Summer Reading Challenge, Gadgeteers, which has been created in partnership with the Science Museum Group and… Read More…

Bristol’s Get Growing Garden Trail 2022

Bristol’s Get Growing Garden Trail 2022

• 30 fruit and vegetable gardens open their doors to the public for a harvest-themed Trail. • Sites participating for the first time this year include Alive Wellspring Settlement Community Gardening Group, Filton Community Garden, Hartcliffe City Farm and Market Gardens, Herbalists without Borders, Hillfields Community Garden, Inns Court Gardens, Street Goat, and The Edible… Read More…

Thousands of Somerset youngsters set to benefit from summer holiday activity programme

Thousands of Somerset youngsters set to benefit from summer holiday activity programme

This summer, thousands of children who are eligible for free school meals can benefit from free activities, fun and food during the holidays – thanks to the Happy Healthy Holidays Somerset (HHHS) project run by Somerset County Council and Somerset Activity & Sports Partnership (SASP). More than 60 venues across Somerset are offering activities including… Read More…

A Wild and Free Summer in Nature …without Costing the Earth

A Wild and Free Summer in Nature …without Costing the Earth

A group of highly experienced local bushcraft and outdoor learning experts have teamed up to create a unique series of nature-connected, full-day, summer holiday experiences for children – deep in the heart of the ancient Forest of Selwood. Designed to respond to a child’s natural instinct to play and explore, these parent-free adventures offer such… Read More…

Folk festival by the sea boasts activity-filled children’s area

Folk festival by the sea boasts activity-filled children’s area

There’s a jam-packed programme full of fun activities for youngsters of all ages at the 2022 Sidmouth Folk Festival, with a new activity centre venue on the Peacock Lawn in the heart of the town, next to Blackmore Gardens.  As always, children will be travelling with their families from across the country to enjoy the… Read More…

Bristol Avon RiverBlitz Citizen Science Event

Bristol Avon RiverBlitz Citizen Science Event

Many of our beautiful and beloved waterways are in a poor condition as a result of human influence and the impacts we have inflicted upon our rivers and streams. We are very lucky to have the magnificent Bristol Avon right here on our doorstep. It’s a haven for many different types of amazing local wildlife,… Read More…

The UK’s first vegan kids’ festival is coming!

The UK’s first vegan kids’ festival is coming!

The UK’s first vegan festival aimed at children is coming to Dorset this July! The Vegan Kids’ Festival is bringing together vegan children and their families from all over the UK and beyond, there are even families travelling from as far as Germany and Switzerland for the 3 day events. The event welcomes vegan-curious kids… Read More…

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