If you're stuck for ideas of what to do this weekend, fear not - we have put together a list of activities to help you out.

From theatre shows and wedding fair, to a farmers' market and craft workshop, there are lots of great places to visit around Surrey and north-east Hampshire this Saturday and Sunday.

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1. OXSHOTT: Sausage and mash supper

Sausages and mash is the ultimate comfort food and when the weather is cold, you can't beat it. A plate of hearty bangers, fluffy mashed potato and lashings of hot onion gravy is a family favourite for many and one that will certainly warm you up. So we have put together a list of where you can tuck into a superb bangers and mash supper around our area. It includes the recently refurbished Oxshott pub The Bear which serves Surrey Hills Butchers gold award finest free range pork banger, buttered mash and gravy for £12. open Saturday and Sunday. Address: Leatherhead Road, KT22 0JE. Tel: 01372 842747

Bangers and mash with lashings of onion gravy

2. DORKING: Beyond the bequest exhibition at Polesden Lacey

Discover fascinating items that explore the complex decisions behind curating one of the greatest bequests to a nation embroiled in war and austerity. The exhibition at Polesden Lacey is open on Saturday and Sunday, 10am-4pm and until March 30. Address: Great Bookham, RH5 6BD. Entry costs £13.60 for adults and £6.80 for children. You can buy tickets on the door.

Polesden Lacey, Great Bookham
Polesden Lacey, Great Bookham

3. WOKING: Blood Brothers

Written by Willy Russell, the legendary Blood Brothers tells the captivating and moving tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with fateful consequences. It is on at the New Victoria Theatre until Saturday. Book your tickets by calling 0844 871 7645 or online at www.atgtickets.com/Woking. Address: Peacocks Centre, GU21 6GQ

Blood Brothers is in Woking until January 21

4. WINDLESHAM: Family meal out

The Surrey Cricketers has reopened following a £321,000 investment. From cosy booths and soft fabrics, to trendy lighting and rustic tables, the village pub now boasts a 'home-from-home' family-friendly feel. What's more, a new menu laden with home comforts has been launched. Open Saturday and Sunday. Address: The Surrey Cricketers, Chertsey Road, GU20 6HE. To book a table call 01276 477217

5. HOOK: Wedding fair

Couples celebrating a festive proposal can begin their wedding planning at the impressive country house hotel venue, Tylney Hall Hotel and Gardens, when it hosts its luxury wedding show on Sunday. Open from 11am-3pm, there will be 45 local suppliers covering everything from wedding dresses and accessories to cakes and photographers. If you register in advance tickets are advance. Alternatively they cost £5 on the door. To register visit luxuryweddingshow.co.uk

Tylney Hall looks magical in winter

6. CAMBERLEY: Farmers' Market

Park Street hosts the town's monthly market with a huge variety of street food, crafts and traditional local farmers' produce. It’s a great place to try before you buy and get to know exactly where your food comes from. There's everything from freshly baked breads, to fish caught that day and bacon farmed less than 20 miles from the town centre. Address: Park Street (outside the Atrium), GU15 3PT. Open Saturday from 10am-3pm. FREE ENTRY

Fresh bread and cakes

7. ALDERSHOT: Family craft workshop

The West End Centre is hosting a family craft workshop on Saturday from 10.30am to 12.30pm. Adults and children can decorate their own beautiful bird house for the garden. Suitable for ages 3+. Dress for mess. Entry costs £3. Address: Queens Road, GU11 3JD

8. DORKING: Free wellbeing workshops

Enjoy a day of free wellbeing workshops on Sunday from 10.30am-5pm. The programme is as follows: 10.30am-11.30am kids yoga for under 16s (wear comfy clothes), 2pm-3.30pm Create a Wish Tree to take home for 16+ (all materials provided), 4pm-5pm Emotional Freedom Tapping sessions every 15 minutes for 18+ (no experience necessary). There will be disabled access, complimentary refreshments all day and free parking behind Pizza Express. To book a free place on any of the sessions contact Josie on 07919 051399 or josiestandbrook@yahoo.com. Booking is essential as spaces are limited. Address: Oddfellows Hall, High Street, RH4 1QT. FREE ENTRY

9. REDHILL: Saturday morning cinema club

Starring the voices of Andy Samberg, Katie Crown and Jennifer Aniston, the family-friendly film Storkes will be screened at The Harlequin Theatre and Cinema on Saturday. There will be two screenings: 9.30am and 11.45am. Tickets cost £2.50 each. To book tickets call 01737 276500 or visit harlequintheatre.co.uk. Address: Warwick Quadrant, RH1 1NN

Catch a movie this weekend

10. GUILDFORD: Ice skating

Guildford Spectrum houses an Olympic sized ice rink which is used by thousands of people each week. Whether you are an experienced ice dancer or a wannabe Flames player, Spectrum Ice is open all weekend. Tickets cost from £5.60 for adults and £4.70 for children. Skate hire costs £2.10. To book tickets call 01483 443322 or visit guildfordspectrum.co.uk. Address: Parkway, GU1 1UP

Ice skating at Spectrum