The winter is now coming to an end and the days are getting longer… it’s official, spring is on its way!
There are plenty of things in and around Nailsea to do this spring. In this article for Nailsea Town, we have put together some of the best upcoming events, activities and clubs for everyone to get involved in.
Nailsea Choral Society Concert
March 25th 2023 – 7:30pm
The Nailsea Choral Society are holding their annual spring concert on Saturday March 25th 2023, 7:30pm at Nailsea Methodist Church. Tickets are £15, and £8 for under 18s.
The music for their next performance will be based on the theme of ‘time’, with pieces by Henry VIII, Ford, Greene and Parry, and the feature being Bob Chilcott’s Dances of Time. If you are interested in attending the concert, check out the Nailsea Choral Society website for more information
Alternatively, if you are wanting to explore your passion for singing this year, the choir are looking for new members with all vocal abilities.
The group meet every Tuesday nights at 7:30pm in Christ Church, Nailsea.
As the lighter evenings get closer, it is the perfect opportunity to take up running. There are a number of local schemes to help you reach your goals.
Parkrun partnered with Vitality, are community events for all abilities. Whether you want to walk, jog, run or volunteer, these local park runs are a great way to get engaged with your community, meet new people, and get healthy.
Ashton Court, Bristol
The Ashton Court parkrun takes place every Saturday at 9:00am in the beautiful Ashton Court Estate. With tarmac, stone and gravel paths, the venue provides a year-round running surface.
The Clevedon course takes place along the Clevedon Sea Front every Saturday at 9:00am. The course spans from the marine lake and runs along the beach past the bandstand. It is free to enter, all you need to do is register.
A staple in the local calendar, this event attracts visitors from all over the South West. With more than 160 beers and ciders, visitors will be spoilt for choice, alongside Pimm’s and a selection of signature gins and wines.
In recent years the festival has helped to raise more than £150,000 for local charities; in 2019, the Great Western Air Ambulance received £20,000 from festival donations.