It's time for this week's Friday Five, and we have plenty of ideas for you to do this weekend, from events to bottomless brunch, as well as a special clothing vintage sale. Check out our top suggestions:

    

Lord Mayor’s Festival

Enjoy a great day out with the kids when the Lord Mayor's Festival returns on Saturday 21 May, welcoming the new Lord Mayor of Plymouth into the role.

This year's free family-friendly event celebrates Plymouth's blue and green spaces and there's lots of learn and explore!

Enjoy the huge programme of entertainment which includes interactive activities, street performers, a fun trail through the city centre with amazing prizes to be won, stage performances, workshops and much more.

Find out more about the event

   

Plymouth History Festival

The Plymouth History Festival, which began on 7 May runs until 27 May, showcases and shares the wonderful community heritage work being undertaken in the city.

There’s plenty of activities taking place over the weekend, check out the History Festival’s webpage for all the details.

See what’s taking place

   

Bottomless brunch at The Stable

Head to The Stable on Saturday* from 11.30am to 4pm for a Bottomless Brunch, where you can indulge in 90 minutes of bottomless bliss with Prosecco, beer or cider, alongside a sourdough pizz and a pudding of your choice for just £25 per person.

Book your table

* The Stable Bottomless Brunch will also be taking place on selected Saturdays. Check the Facebook event for more details.

    

Plymouth Vintage Kilo Sale

The UK’s biggest vintage kilo sale is returning to Plymouth this Sunday at Plymouth Guildhall. Grab a bag on your way in and pick and mix your vintage clothing, all for £20 per kilo. There’ll be nine tonnes of handpicked vintage stock to choose from – men and women’s vintage clothing from the 60s to 90s including brand favourites!

Book your tickets

    

Spellbound Fairy & Goblin Festival

Fairies and Goblins get your wings at the ready for this year's enchanting Spellbound Fairy and Goblin Arts Festival at Stiltskin's award-winning Soapbox Children's Theatre in Devonport Park, taking place this Saturday and Sunday. There's plenty going in including storytelling performances, theatre, arts and crafts. Come dressed to impress in your best fairy and goblin outfits, adults and children alike!

Find out more about the event

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