The Barnacle Buoys will be performing popular sea shanties on the Pier on Sunday, 19th September.
Free entry from 5 to 8pm and a 10% discount on food orders from the Glass Box.
A £14,000 grant from North Somerset Council has enabled the creation of a stunning new all-weather community space at the seaward end of Grade 1 listed Clevedon Pier.
There are over 14,000 plaques on Clevedon Pier, and the newest one has been specially-designed to mark the collapse of the Pier on Friday 16 October 1970 The brass plaque was unveiled by Julia Elton, an active supporter of [...]
The 50th anniversary of the collapse of Clevedon Pier and the successful campaign to save it from demolition is to be commemorated with a pass that will be valid for 50 years, and will only be available to the [...]
On the 16th October it will be 50 years to the day since Clevedon Pier collapsed and local people came together to campaign for its restoration. At 10:20AM on the 16th October 1970, two spans of Clevedon Pier collapsed into [...]
The 10th anniversary of pop group One Direction has given an unexpected boost to historic Clevedon Pier, which was unable to open to visitors during lockdown. Fans of One Direction have been flocking to the Grade 1 listed pier [...]
We are delighted to welcome the legendary Mike Read and the team from United DJs to Clevedon for our 150th birthday party on Bank Holiday Monday, 27th May. Mike will be broadcasting his breakfast show live from Clevedon seafront from [...]
Performance times of all performers has now been announced... Due to the incredible line-up we will now be opening our Doors at 11am!
Time and Tide On 24 and 25 October an exciting new community opera, ‘Time and Tide’, will be performed at Clevedon Community Centre to mark the 150th anniversary of the building of Clevedon Pier. Time and Tide will [...]