Ten things for you to do this weekend in Bath
1. If you want to make a difference locally and further afield then go along to the free Visions for Change event at the Friends’ Meeting House on Saturday. The organisations attending include Transition Bath, Greenpeace, and Oxfam, with the talks starting at 12.30pm.
2. See if you can pick up a bargain at the antiques flea market, in Walcot Street on Saturday. It will include stalls selling collectibles and vintage clothes and the event runs from 7.30am to 5.30pm.
3. The Bath Minerva Choir will be performing Bruckner’s Great Mass in F Minor on Saturday evening at Bath Abbey. The show starts at 7.30pm.
4. Amateur stargazers are invited to attend the Moonwatch event in Royal Victoria Park on Saturday night. Anyone can go along from 8pm and take part free of charge.
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5. Learn more about the ancient ritual of the Japanese tea ceremony, with a series of events across the weekend at the Bath Artists’ Studio, in Upper Bristol Road. It is open from 11am to 5pm. For more information go to www.foldingcosmosbath.word.com.
6. Castle Combe Circuit, pictured, is hosting a track day featuring around 100 performance cars. It takes place from 9am to 5pm on Saturday and tickets start at £10.
7. A charity event raising money for Help for Heroes is being held at The Studio, in Trim Street, on Friday from 4pm to 9pm. It will include a fashion show, beauty stalls and zumba and pole dancing demonstrations.
8. Put your best foot forward by taking part in the Wag Walk, to support Bath Cats and Dogs Home. It starts at the Claverton Down site at 10am on Sunday.
9. Foodies are invited to go along to the Love Food Festival at Dyrham this weekend. It will be showcasing the very best of local produce and takes place on Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Entry is free.
10. If you are inspired by all the talk of the 2012 Games then take part in a family dance event called Warm Up for the Olympics at St Laurence School, in Bradford on Avon, on Sunday. It starts at 3pm and organisers are expecting up to 200 people to attend.