If you are looking for things to do with your children in Surrey and its neighbouring counties this coming weekend, we have a great range of family friendly events to choose from.
Do check the full calendar to plan ahead.
All week. Orchids in the Glasshouse at RHS Wisley celebrates all things bright and beautiful to get you through early spring. The Celebrity Dusty Duck Trail at WWT London Wetland Centre is also still running.
Monday. Buggyfit at Polesden Lacey is calling you today! This post natal exercise program aims to help strengthen and stabilise the post pregnancy body, specifically targeting those weaker muscles. Classes vary each week to always keep exercises interesting and fun in the fabulous fresh air and beautiful grounds of Polesden Lacey. Also runs on Thursday.
Tuesday. Buggyfit at Denbies runs this morning and also on Friday morning.
Thursday. If you are feeling active, Buggyfit at Polesden Lacey is also running today.
Friday. Buggyfit at Denbies takes place today. Toddlers can also enjoy Wild Tots at Newlands Corner - Forest School-inspired adventures, stories and discoveries in the woods! For more outdoor adventure, why not try some pond dipping for the Early Years with Haslemere Museum.
Discworld Day at Birdworld celebrates the launch of the new exhibit with special guests and additional talks. All visitors who arrive in Discworld-themed costume on the day will receive a discounted entry rate of £10 per person.
Saturday. Auto Italia at Brooklands Museum will be bursting with all types of Italian cars and motorbikes, with lots going on for the whole family. Toddlers' Saturday at Surrey Heath Museum offers free drop-in fun and craft sessions, while the Food and Folk Festival at Weald and Downland Museum includes cookery classes and demonstrations, traditional folk music and dancing and lots of tasty samples to try. A Picnic on the Pitch is taking place at Goldalming Town Football Club to raise money for Shooting Star Chase. As well as lots of activities, there will be entertainment from some X Factor and The Voice singers.
Sunday. Try Geocaching at Shalford Mill today. Borrow GPS devices for a two mile circular walk around the mill or use your own smartphone. The Food and Folk Festival at Weald and Downland Museum includes cookery classes and demonstrations, traditional folk music and dancing and lots of tasty samples to try.
Bank Holiday Monday. Emergency Services Day at Brooklands Museum presents an exciting but safe environment for you to witness the serious nature of what men and women do all over the country every day to make our world safe and save lives. Get up close to the forces and chat to experts about their particular field.
The Food and Folk Festival at Weald and Downland Museum will still be open and includes cookery classes and demonstrations, traditional folk music and dancing and lots of tasty samples to try.
Oxshott Village Day is a fun-filled day out for all the family to raise money for the Princess Alice Hospice, while the Victorian May Day at Watts Gallery will include a range of traditional activities for children to take part in.
RHS Wisley's In the Night Garden trail opens today and runs through until the end of June - Join Iggle Piggle on a magical adventure around the garden.
We may experience a bit of a cold snap this week, but hopefully it won't hang around. Whatever you end up doing, have a great week.