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What to do at the weekend: #stayhome fun

Jasmine Ketibuah-Foley

Digital Journalist

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Not sure what to do this weekend? It's going to be good weather for most, but it is important that we all #stayhome.

Here are a few things you can do if you have access to a laptop, computer or phone:

Lock down festival has a line up of musicians being streamed all day on Saturday from 14:00 until 23:00 GMT.

Bristol music venue and restaurant, Bambalan, will be hosting an online party with their resident DJ’s from their Facebook page. Tonight from 21:00 GMT.

You can join in with Carnival Fitness for free this Sunday from midday. Follow the registration link on the event page.

If you are looking for some entertainment for children aged 2 years and upwards, Kidstime Live TV is streaming every Saturday from 18.15 GMT presented by Derek and Suzanne.

While Bristol life coach, Nicky, is delivering a free life coaching session called “Dealing with the reality” to help those who are feeling anxious during lock down. The stream starts at 20:30 GMT on Saturday.

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Zooniverse is great for those who want to unleash the scientist and researcher within. A people-powered research platform that allows the public to help scientists with some of the biggest research projects.

Joe Wicks, also known as The Body Coach, continues to hold his increasingly popular daily fitness classes on YouTube.

Audible has 300 free audio books in six different languages that you can get stuck into.

Carol Vorderman is holding online maths classes for children aged 4-11 on her website The Maths Factor.

The National Theatre is streaming free, full-length plays every Thursday on YouTube. Plan your watching for next week.

Zoos all over the world are providing live animal webcams if you fancy taking a trip to the zoo with the family in the living room.

And if you've time leftover after all that lot you might just have to eat cake?

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