If you are looking for something to do around Worcestershire this weekend, here are a few events that are likely to be popular.

Watch some European Rugby

Worcester Warriors face French side Oyonnax at Sixways Stadium on Saturday at 3pm. Tickets are still available for the European Challenge Cup tie.

Visit Santa on Safari

A festive day out for the family at West Midland Safari Park in Bewdley combining a four mile self-drive Safari and a visit to Santa.

It is open on every day until Christmas Eve. For more information, visit https://www.wmsp.co.uk/

Celebrate Christmas at the castle

Hartlebury Castle hosts a traditional Christmas celebration including a chance to meet Father Christmas.

Visitors can see seasonal gifts and craft stalls, fun children’s activities, horse and carriage rides and performances by local choirs and musical groups.

The event is open from 11am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Admission costs are adults £5, seniors £2.50, children £2.50, family ticket £13 (admits 2 adults and 2 children).

Celebrate the history of Christmas

A Christmas through the ages exhibition takes place at The Commandery in Sidbury, Worcester throughout the month.

Immerse yourself in festive Christmas settings and find out about traditions from Yule logs and feasting to cards and crackers at The Commandery. The building will be decked out beautifully celebrating Christmas through the ages all month with daily talks and activities to enjoy.

Festival of Trees at Worcester Cathedral

Visitors to Worcester Cathedral can enjoy the spectacular Festival of Christmas Trees, with trees beautifully bedecked with tinsel, baubles and lights, and due to line all four sides of the Cathedral’s medieval cloister.

The 91 trees are provided and decorated by local schools, businesses and charities, and visitors will be able to vote for their favourite in a People’s Choice Award.

It opens from 9am on Saturday and will run everyday from 9am until 6pm until January 4. For a full preview, visit http://www.worcesternews.co.uk/NEWs/15693526.Festival_of_Christmas_Trees_to_return_to_Worcester_Cathedral/