Brand new for 2018, our first ever Scrumpy & Western Weekend at Sandy Glade Holiday Park (Fri 13th- Sun 16th July) - our very own Somerset festival!
A weekend filled with acoustic daytime sessions and a full cider/ local produce marquee.
The distinctive hill of Brent Knoll, an iron age hill fort, is well worth climbing 449ft for the 360 view of surrounding hills incl Glastonbury Tor and the Somerset Levels. Lovely C13 church renowned for its bench ends. Ball Copse Hall: S-facing Edwardian house (not open) on lower slopes of Knoll.
The photographs selected for this exhibition reveal a connection between the artist’s thoughts, what she sees, where she places herself in relation to the subject and how the camera captures the resulting images.
Jacqueline paints, writes poetry and makes music. Her work explores the figure and its relationship to space, but boundaries and walls have also become a recent obsession. Whilst generally working on small scale canvases, she also likes the freedom of movement and gesture afforded by larger surfaces.
LT Gallery, 1 Orchard Street, Weston-Super-Mare
Thu 21 Jun to Sat 23 Jun, Tue 26 Jun, Thu 28 Jun to Sat 30 Jun, Tue 3 Jul, Thu 5 Jul to Sat 7 Jul, Tue 10 Jul
Muses TP presents -- One of the greatest musicals of all time, live on stage! Made famous by stunning tap dance routines and memorable music, it’s Singin’ in the Rain in all its technicolour glory, with live music, dance, and of course, rain!
Samuel Taylor Coleridge - in the life of this great man were some great women whose stories are rarely told. The tale of their lives and their struggles during Coleridge’s time at the Cottage are revealed through these guided tours.
There’s more to Coleridge than the Cottage. Discover the stories of the poet’s garden, and how it didn’t turn out quite how he planned... Hidden behind the Cottage exterior, there is a garden and wildflower meadow.
Discover the unusual, lesser-known tales of Coleridge Cottage and it’s strange history in these tours of the house and garden. Samuel Taylor Coleridge may be the Cottage’s most famous resident, but there’s much more to the Cottage’s history.
Whether it’s making new friends, learning new skills, or helping look after a fantastic place, there are many reasons to volunteer. Hear from volunteers at Coleridge Cottage and meet the staff at a drop-in open day.
acre part walled rural garden with babbling brook and 4 acre traditional cider orchard, with views. Specimen hollies, copper beech, paulownia, yew and poplar. Pergolas, arbour and numerous seats. Mixed informal shrub and perennial beds with many unusual plants.
Stowey Walking, a member of the national Walkers are Welcome network, is hosting the weekend of guided walks in and around the Quantocks from June 30 to July 1 2018. The event has the support of the Quantock Hills AONB Service.
Connect the mind, voice, ears and heart through the spoken and written word. Come to hear poems, read aloud from your favourite book or own works, and discuss what matters to you. Light refreshments served. No one turned away and all welcome, especially those not in full-time employment. Disabled access.
The South West’s premier model airshow offers two days of continuous model flying featuring some of the leading models and flyers in the UK. See all aspects of model flying at their best, from small fun fighters to large scale bombers, some with jet turbine engines.
Tuckers Tap Bar is open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday afternoons from 12 until 6pm.
You will receive a warm welcome and the chance to try beers brewed on the premises by Glede Brewing Company.
Brewery visits which include a talk and sample beer tastings are available at a small charge
Glede Brewing Company Ltd, Unit 1 Tweed Road Industrial Estate, Tweed Road, Clevedon
The best in improvised comedy - welcome to an evening of songs, gags and general silliness – all of it based around audience suggestions. Do you fancy a sketch in which Teresa May and Donald Trump play Twister? Or an English folk song about a Pot Noodle?
A Summer Book Fair is being held at the Old School in Sully to support Helen Ormrod, a qualified paediatric nurse, who will be working with Mercy Ships off the coast of Guinea during the Summer and Autumn.
Every book is priced at £1 or you can enjoy 6 for £5; children’s books for 50p or less!
An inspiring and eclectic group of 5 gardens in this small friendly village, all with something different to offer. There are ponds of all sizes and styles, planting in shade and sun, boggy areas, pergolas, mature shrubs and trees, vegetables and fruit, challenging terraced designs and wild areas.
Welcome to Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotel Barry Island!
Please be our guests at the Grand Opening of Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotel Barry Island on Sunday Longcroft Barry Island offers just 5 spacious suites each with a thermostatically controlled bedroom leading to a spacious play area allowing guests space to climb and...
The best in improvised comedy - welcome to an evening of songs, sketches and general silliness – and all of it based around audience suggestions. Maybe you’ve always wanted to see an opera set in the Mizzymead Centre? Or hear a folk song about a fondue set? Well you’ve come to the right place.
The Grove Sports Centre & Social Club, St Mary’s Grove, Nailsea
A knockout weekend on Barry Island, two days of stalls, music and food. Enjoy the food and bar area underneath the Eastern shelter featuring Meet the Greek, the Welsh Italian Pizza Company, Vale Cider, Tomos a Lilford and Mr. Croquewich to name but a few.
A fast-paced hilarious new adaptation by Derek Webb from HG Wells’ classic story. The thought of invisibility – and the advantages it could bring to someone – is one which has captured the imagination of millions since the classic HG Wells’ story The Invisible Man was first published.
Large informal garden on S-facing slope with splendid views of the Quantock and Brendon Hills. Profusely planted with a wide selection of herbaceous perennials, shrubs and trees. Restored shepherd’s hut sits in small orchard and wildflower area - a tranquil place to enjoy the surroundings.
Beautiful garden with stunning uninterrupted views of the Tor and the Levels.
This tranquil yet diverse garden has been restored and redesigned by art historian and retired history teacher Joanna to reflect the ancient landscape and rich heritage of Glastonbury.
The city’s original celebration of home grown produce and irresistible street food has returned with over 100 local, national and international producers. Venue: Roald Dahl Plass, Cardiff Bay. Explore the host of stalls in our Street Food Piazza, Producers Fayre and Farmers’ Market.
VELOTHON Wales offers cycling enthusiasts the unique opportunity to race through the stunning scenery of South Wales on traffic-free roads. The 2018 event promises to deliver another spectacular day of cycling. The event is a superb opportunity to test your endurance or fundraise for a worthy cause.
This Boutique Vintage Festival is the best kept secret in the event calendar. Inspired by the Romance and Glamour of Vintage Fashion & Nostalgia we are delighted to announce the return of the Vintage For Victory weekend to The Library Gardens in Whitchurch Village (CF14 7XA), a leafy suburb of Cardiff.
The four conductor in this series of guest conductors is Dr. Dennis Simons. He has been founder leader of the Alberni String Quartet, Co-Leader of the London Philharmonic and Leader of the BBC Philharmonic returning to the U.K. after twenty years as Music Director and Conductor of three orchestras in North America.
Mature cottage garden, fascinating stonework, water and topiary with imaginative planting completed after 22years, weeds welcome occasionally. Garden and buildings designed for wildlife as much as for the owners. Summerhouse finalised, gazebo enclosed. About 500 nest boxes for Insects, birds and bats.
Mature Grade II terraced garden. Sloping land transformed into architectural terraces with profusion of plants capitalising on views of Wells Cathedral and Vale of Avalon. 1960, garden was lovingly restored to its former glory, orchard replaced with collection of ornamental trees.
Bring your binoculars and join Brian Hill from Somerset Ornithological Society for a morning of bird and butterfly spotting in the summertime gardens at Hestercombe.
Brian will take you into the Wildflower Meadow for some butterfly spotting, helping you identify different species and the habitats they call home.
Before you explore the summertime gardens, meet one of Hestercombe Gardens’ friendly garden team for an introduction to the unique combination of Georgian, Edwardian and Victorian garden design at Hestercombe.
No need to book – just meet at the top of the Daisy Steps at 11am every Friday in June.
Kick start summer with hot jazz, blues, ragtime and dances from the 1920s and 1930s. Bring a picnic, find a spot on the Orangery Lawn and get your toes tapping!
Expect blues, hot jazz, ragtime, waltzes, songs and dances from long ago and far away!
A quirky and rather wild garden. From streamside orchard with summerhouse, climbing to small flower garden in front of C17 stone cottage, then wooded hillside with roses growing through the trees and lovely views across peaceful hills. One acre in all, incl new areas being tamed. Cobbles, steps and some steep paths.
Starring Jenny Eclair, Dillie Keane & Lizzie Roper. Fed up with flogging their guts out and always having to be in charge, the Grumpy Old Women have put their knobbly old feet up in glorious retirement, free at last to practice their extreme colouring-in, ukulele orchestra and novelty fudge-making.
Following the amazing success of 2017, Paul Smith brings his 2018 Special to a venue near you! Join the quick witted, affable Scouse comic for more hilarious tales from his life. Guaranteed to entertain, you won’t want to miss out on one of the best comedy shows of the year.
Barry Steele is widely recognised as one of the world’s leading vocalists playing homage to the legendary Roy Orbison. He has stunned audiences across the globe with his uncanny similarity and ability to authentically revive the exquisite toe-tapping sound of this music giant.
Five of the most talented young singers in Wales compete for the unrivalled opportunity to represent their country in the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World next year. At the end of the concert a distinguished panel will announce who will sing for Wales in 2019.
Since debuting at St David’s Hall in 2013, City Voices Cardiff have delighted audiences with concerts offering a wide range of music. They celebrated their 5th Birthday in 2013 and explored the music of Disney in WHEN YOU WISH in 2015.
Following a sensational sell-out debut tour last year, Strictly sweethearts Kevin and Karen Clifton are back in 2018 with a brand new show. Expect a sultry, hip-swinging journey through the Waltz, Cha Cha, Fox Trot, Tango and Salsa.