ARE you looking to give football the red card this weekend?

As the competition gets underway, it feels like we can't move without seeing something football-related.

However, help is at hand, as not everyone likes the 'beautiful game'.

Here are some ideas of things to do on Saturday...

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Go to a car boot sale

Worcester News: Queensmead School GIANT car boot saleThe Monksfield Car Boot takes place at Monksfield Farm, Powick, from 7.30am until 1pm.
If you want to sell at the sale, cars cost £6 and vans are £10.
Call 07971 535481 for more information.

Tour a cider mill

Worcester News: John Edwards of Westons pulls a pint of Marcle Hill to celebrate the company’s contract with Wetherspoons. 093706-2. Picture by James Maggs.Cider producer Westons runs tours of its mill in Ledbury every day, starting at 11am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm and 3.30pm.
Tickets cost £8 for adults, £4 for children. Family tickets are available for £20.
Email or call 01531 660108 for more details.

Go for a walk

Worcester News: Join Ramblers for seven-mile walkThe Malvern Hills District Footpaths Society will be running the 11/12-mile Hanbury circular walk on Saturday.
It is an 'easy' walk and anyone wanting to take part should meet at Imperial Road, Malvern, at 9am.
Call 01886 832014 for more information.

Check out an exhibition

Worcester News: Photographic exhibition at Worcester Porcelain Museum showing the making of porcelain. Carrie-Anne Parkes, heritage project officer. Photo by Paul Jackson (0814525901)We Worked At The Porcelain, a photographic exhibition showcasing the life of the famous Worcester factory, is running at the Museum of Royal Worcester until August 1.
The museum is open from 10am to 4pm each day.
Email or call 01905 21247 for more details.

Watch a film

Worcester News: You're bricked! Two metre high Lego police officer built to celebrate shop's anniversaryThe Regal in Evesham is showing the Lego Movie at a screening starting at 10.30am.
Entry costs £6.30 and for more details email or call 01386 421007.