With summer now in full swing, there are plenty of ways to make the most of the warmer weather in Surrey and Hampshire.

From village fairs and horse racing to car shows and carnivals, there's plenty of fun to be had this month.

But there are lots of indoor activities too in case the heavens open, such as theatre shows and concerts.

Take your pick from all the events below and have a great June.

If we missed an event, please email the details to laura.nightingale@trinitymirror.com

Addlestone

Concert: Surrey Music (Elmbridge Choir and Elmbridge Ladies Choir) presents charity concert Razzle Dazzle on June 10 at Addlestone Community Centre. The event is in aid of Your Sanctuary which offers emotional and practical support to individuals who are experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse. The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £10 for adults and £5 for under 18s and are available from ticketbasket.co.uk . Address: Garfield Road, KT15 2NJ

Aldershot

Victoria Day: Taking place on June 10 there will be live music, street entertainment, family activities and stalls to browse in Union Street and Wellington Street from 10am-5pm. The highlight of the day is the grand parade, which sets off at 11am outside the Princes Hall and will see marching bands, community groups, schools, businesses and residents making their way through the town centre. Free parking will also be available in all Rushmoor Borough Council car parks. FREE EVENT

Victoria Day in Aldershot

Panto auditions: The Princes Hall is searching for talented young local dancers, who would like the chance to appear in this year’s pantomime. The annual open auditions are this year taking place on June 11 with registration starting at 9.30am. For more information visit princeshall.com . Address: Princes Way, GU11 1NX

Fancy starring in the Princes Hall panto?

Bagshot

Village fete: The annual Bagshot Village Day takes place on June 17 with food, stalls, rides and family activities. The doors open at 12pm. Address: High Street, GU19 5AF. Free event

Basingstoke

Eat Street: The annual Eat Street food event is returning on June 3 and 4 at Festival Place shopping centre with live cooking demonstrations and samples from food and beverage retailers including Nando’s, Las Iguanas, Wagamama, Festival Street Kitchen, Yobu and Whittards.Taking centre stage at the event this year will be Rastafarian musician and Reggae Reggae Sauce creator, Levi Roots. Live food demonstrations take place between 11am and 3pm on both days. Address: RG21 7BA . FREE EVENT

Levi Roots

Bisley

Strawberry fair: The annual Bisley Strawberry Fair returns on June 25 with strawberries and cream, Pimms, a hog roast, more than 60 stalls, activities and entertainment. Open 1.30pm-5pm. Entry by programme which costs £1 for adults. Children enter free. Address: Bisley Village Green, Guildford Road, GU24 9EW

Bookham

Village day: The annual Bookham village day on June 17 kicks off with a procession assembling at Lower Shott Car Park then processing down High Street to Old Barn Hall where there will be lots of family activities to enjoy. Address: Old Barn Hall, Church Road, KT23 3QA . Free event

Bordon

Show: Glaswegian-based performer and theatre artist Sita Pieraccini in association with Feral Arts brings a double bill of Bird and Make a Hoo to Phoenix Theatre and Arts Centre on June 9 at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £10 (concessions £9) and are available vis email at info@phoenixarts.co.uk . Address: Barbados House, Station Road, GU35 0LR

Show: Jack and the Beans Talk will be performed at Phoenix Theatre and Arts Centre on June 10 at 2pm. The fresh and funny retelling of the traditional story is an ideal gentle introduction to theatre for ages 3-7. Tickets cost £6 for adults and £4 for children and are available vis email at info@phoenixarts.co.uk . Address: Barbados House, Station Road, GU35 0LR

Box Hill

10km run: Enjoy a host of free events including trail workshops with British Ultra Trail Champion Donnie Campbell , Q&A, yoga, recovery and warm up sessions, plus a family trail workshop at the Salomon Sunset Series 10km run on June 24. The event village opens at 4.30pm with the 10km starting at 8.30pm, returning around 9.30pm just as the sun is setting. To take part visit salomonsunsetseries.co.uk. Tickets cost £25 each. Address: Boxhill Road, Brockham, KT20 7LB

Bramley

Wintershall: Wintershall performs outdoor religious plays each year and the next performance is the Life of Christ which runs from June 20-24. Open 10am-3.30pm. To book tickets visit wintershall-estate.com . Address: Wintershall, GU5 0LR

Chesham

Concert: From London’s Leicester Square Theatre, Five Star Swing is coming to the Elgiva Theatre on June 15 with The Big Band - an evening of Vintage Swing, featuring classic songs from Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Glenn Miller and many more. Tickets cost from £14. Call 01494 582900 or elgiva.com . Address: St Mary's Way, HP5 1HR

Chiddingfold

Open garden: Ramster Garden is open from now until June 10 as part of the National Garden Scheme. Entry costs £7 for adults, children under 16 go free. Tea House on site and free parking. Dogs on short leads welcome. Address: Petworth Road, GU8 4SN

Chilworth

Walk: Join Surrey County Walkers on a five-mile moderate walk, taking in St Marthas on June 11. It starts at Blackheath car park at the end of Blackheath Lane, past Villagers pub (OS186/036461). To take part call 01483-571030 or visit surreycommunity.info/surreycountywalkers/

Cobham

Blogger event: Meet blogger and photographer Eimear Varian Barry at The Medicine Garden on June 10. She has built a following of 73K on Instagram in just four years with her often ‘warts ‘n’ all’ insight into daily life as a mum of two young daughters and she will be sharing how she did it. Address: Downside Road, KT11 3LU. Tickets for the event cost £45 and are available at themedicinegarden.com

Charity event: A family fun day will be held on June 17 in aid of My Little Princess Parties for Lottie. She suffers from a rare form of cancer and the event will raise money to support her treatment. It takes place from 12pm-2pm at Bramley Hedge Fram, Redhill Road, KT11 1EQ. There will be princesses, face painting, workouts and games, a bake sale, barbecue and an auction. Free entry

Cranleigh

Car show: Dunsfold Collection Land Rover Show takes place on June 10 and 11 at the Springbok Estate. There will be weekend camping, catering and hospitality, a licensed bar, trade village, auto jumble and a charity auction. Address: Alfold, GU6 8EX. Adult (age 16 or over) one-day tickets cost £15 each (£18 on the day) and child (age 5 to 15) one-day tickets are £6 each (£8 on the day). To buy tickets visit dunsfoldcollection.co.uk/land-rover-show

Show: Enjoy an evening with actress and wildlife campaigner Virginia McKenna OBE. On June 12 Virginia will be at the Cranleigh Arts Centre, where the well-known musician, actor and Cranleigh Arts Centre Patron, Paul Jones, will host an engaging interview about her life. Address: High Street, GU6 8AS. The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £35 each from cranleighartscentre.org

Dorking

Vann Fest: A music festival takes place at Vann Farm from June 9-11. As well as live music, there will be plenty of food and drink, camping, Belly Laughs Carbaret, a family workshop space, jewellery making and a solar-powered moving picture house. Tickets start from £25 for the full weekend and day tickets are also available, both from wegottickets.com . Address: Vann Farm Road, RH5 5TF

Vann Fest

Esher

Party: Sandown Sports will host a party on the deck on June 30 featuring a barbecue and drinks, live music and a doubles squash tournament from 6.30pm. Doors open at 7.30pm for the party. Entry costs £6 each and includes a free drink. Address: More Lane, KT10 8AN

East Clandon

Open gardens: East Clandon village is holding an open gardens weekend from 11am-5pm on June 3 and 4. There will be 13 gardens open, a floral display in the church and a Saturday evening concert plus teas and homemade cakes. Free parking will be available in the village. Day tickets cost £8 and under 15s go free. Address: St Thomas of Canterbury church, GU4 7RY. For more details visit frost.org.uk

East Molesey

Textiles class: The Royal School of Needlework will be giving a rare insight to its archived textile collection in an underwear themed study day on June 21. Normally kept behind the scenes at its school in Hampton Court Palace, the pieces offer an unparalleled source of history and inspiration. The class costs £45 and runs from 10.30am-3pm at Royal School of Needlework, Apt 12a, Hampton Court Palace, KT8 9AU. To book call 020 3166 6939 or visit royal-needlework.org.uk .

Epsom

Epsom Derby : The Investec Derby Festival will once again bring huge stakes, high fashion and some of the best flat races in the world to Epsom Downs Racecourse on June 2 (Ladies Day) and June 3 (Derby Day). Gates open at 11am with the races beginning at 2pm. Tickets are on sale online at epsomderby.co.uk or by telephone on 0344 5793004. Address: Epsom Downs, KT18 5LQ

Mark Wright to DJ at Epsom Derby Ladies Day

Farnham

Exhibition: Museum of Farnham will host JHK: Through the Lens exhibition from June 6-September 16. The display explores the broad range of John Henry Knight’s photographic endeavours. It will be open Tues-Sat from 10am-5pm weekly. Address: West Street, GU9 7DX. Tel: 01252 715094. FREE EVENT

Exhibition: Museum of Farnham will host Olive Edis War Photographer on June 6-August 26. the display 'The Road to Ypres' explores the unique collection of photographs taken by Edis during her month-long tour of war-torn Europe in March 1919. It will be open Tues-Sat from 10am-5pm weekly. Address: West Street, GU9 7DX. Tel: 01252 715094. FREE EVENT

Summer fair: A community summer fair with tombolas, children's games, toy and book stall, bric a brac and refreshments will be held on June 3 from 2pm-4pm in aid of The Chantrys and Byworth Community Association. Address: The Chantrys, GU9 7AL

Family fun day: Farnham Hogsback Hotel is hosting a family fun day on June 4 from 11am-4pm. There will be Bouncy castle, face painting, animal petting, food and drink and arts and crafts. Address: GU10 1EX. FREE EVENT

Great Bookham

Open air theatre: Polesden Lacey Pop Up’ Shakespeare takes place at 1.30pm on June 17 and 24 with short mini-play excerpts from Shakespeare’s best-loved plays performed around the grounds. Audience participation encouraged especially from children. Free to all visitors to Polesden Lacey. Address: Polesden Road, RH5 6BD

Autumn in Polesden Lacey
The Edwardian country retreat at Polesden Lacey is one of Surrey's many beautiful buildings

Godalming

Town show and carnival: The annual charity events returns on June 3 with a pirate themed carnival parade, live music and entertainment, food stalls and a beer tent. Open 12pm-7pm. Address: The Bury's Field, GU7 1HR

Tea party: Godalming Unitarians is hosting a community tea party as part of the Great Get Together in memory of Jo Cox. It is hoped to bring the community together, listen to music from the Godalming Youth Band, drink tea and eat lots of cake. It takes place on June 17 from 3.30pm-5pm at Godalming Unitarian Chapel, Meadrow, GU7 3JB. All welcome. Free event

Guildford


The Village:
A launch party to celebrate the return of Guildford's very own pop up village takes place on June 10-11 with the facility running daily until December. The opening weekend celebrations will start with a parade along the High Street and continue with two days of free entertainment, make and take sessions, aeroball, free prize draws, face painting and giveaways. Address: Commercial Road, GU1 4SU. FREE ENTRY

The Village to open in Guildford with food, music, family fun and more this weekend

Health workshop: Discover how to make a floral headband using foam flowers by Isobel Drummond from Loving Alice, followed by a self-love and wellbeing talk to send you away with happy vibes. The event will be held at the Anthropologie store on June 4, from 2pm-4pm. Tickets cost £30 each (redeemable against purchases of £40 and over). Address: High Street, GU1 3AD. To book tickets click here.

Open garden: Peaslake Open Gardens will take place on June 11 from 12pm-4.30pm at Peaslake Free School. The event features a home baking stall offering cakes, tea and coffee, plus there will be lots of plant bargains and home produce including chutneys, jams, herbs and vegetables and activities for children. Address: Colmans Hill, GU5 9ST. FREE EVENT

Children's theatre: Straight from London’s West End, the heart-warming adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s bestselling book The Scarecrows' Wedding comes to G Live on June 28 at 1.30pm and 4.30pm and June 29 at 11am and 1.30pm. Tickets cost £14.50 each. To book visit glive.co.uk or call 01483 369350. Address: London Road, GU1 2AA. Suitable for ages three and above.

The Scarecrows' Wedding comes to G Live on June 28 and 29

Triathlon: Guildford’s largest triathlon returns on June 11 at Surrey Sports Park. Open to novices and veterans, participants first complete their 500m swim in the 50 meter pool, before embarking on a 22km road bike along quiet roads to the north west of Guildford. Triathletes then finish with 5.5km trail run across scenic farmland. It is suitable for adults (15yrs+). A shorter Aquathlon (swim, run) distances are available for children aged 7 -14. To enter visit aat-events.com/race/guildford-triathlon

Join aat-events for Guildford’s largest triathlon on June 11

Opera: The Black Cat Opera Company makes a welcome return to The Electric Theatre with a production of Puccini’s tragicomic masterpiece, La Bohème on June 23 and 24. Combining irresistible joie de vivre with heart-wrenching pathos, tickets cost £22 each (concessions £20) and are available from the Guildford Tourist Information Centre on 01483 444333 or from blackcatopera.co.uk. Address: The Electric Theatre, Onslow Street, GU1 4SZ

The Black Cat Opera Company returns to The Electric Theatre

Hampton

Carnival: The Hamptons' Carnival takes place on June 10 from 12pm-4pm at Nursery Green Park and in Hampton Square, TW12 3RN. Bring along friends and family to enjoy all the stalls, exhibitions and live music, as well as delicious food. There will be displays of zumba, PiYo, Curves, karate, contemporary dance, Born to Move, as well as a community choir. FREE EVENT

Get ready for The Hamptons' Carnival

Hersham

Charity runs: Whiteley Village Races featuring a 2.5km, 5km, 10km and 1km fun run as well as an obstacle course and walk takes place on June 11 at Whiteley Village, KT12 4EH. The charity event is open to the whole family and raises funds for the Whiteley Village Trust. To sign up visit triadventure.co.uk/whiteley. Entry costs from £6 each per race, per person. Registration opens at 8.30am with the first event starting at 9.15am.

Leatherhead

Concert: Horsley Choral Society's summer concert An Evening with Mozart takes place on June 10 at The Chapel of St John's School. This will be a joint concert with Oxshott Choral Society. Address: Epsom Road, KT22 8SP. Adult tickets cost £15, under 18s tickets cost £8. The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are available from choir members or at the door. Alternatively call 01932 862759 or 07768 573987.

Milford

Music festival: The Music Works Yamaha Music School host its annual charity fundraiser on June 11 from 2pm-6pm. As well as the schools’ 400-strong student population, the line- up will include Neil Cowley, Reuben Gray and Cause For Concern. Secretts Farm will be putting on food stalls, plus there will be family activities including obstacle races and ukulele workshops. All proceed are in aid of the Teenage and Young Adult Cancer Centre at The Royal Surrey. Address: Hurst Farm, Chapel Lane, GU8 5HU. Tickets available from themusicworks.co/index.html

The Music Works Yamaha Music School

Mytchett

Messathon: The NSPCC’s Messathon takes place at Frimley Lodge Park on June 3. The obstacle course encourages families to get as messy as possible in aid of charity. Families with children aged four and above will splatter through mud, swoosh along the water slide and scramble over hay bales during the 2.5km course. Address: Sturt Road, GU16 6HY. To sign up visit nspcc.org.uk/messathon

Ockham

Village Fete: The community event on June 25 will feature live music, vintage car and tractor show, hog roast, children’s games and dog show. All ages welcome. Actor Christopher Biggins will officially open the event at 12pm. Gates open at 11am. Free entry. Address: Cricket Ground, Ockham Lane, GU23 6NP

Odiham

Armed Forces Day parade: The celebration on June 24 starts at 11am with RAF personnel parading through the High Street. It is expected that around 4,500 people will turn out en masse to show their support.

This will be followed by live music, subsidised food for the forces personnel and a themed cake until 6pm. Address: The Bury, Odiham, RG29 1LZ. Free event.

Armed Forces Day 2017 events around Surrey and Hampshire

Reading

Afternoon tea: Malmaison has launched a special afternoon tea menu to celebrate dads everywhere. The limited edition Father’s Days afternoon tea, only available throughout June, is inspired by dads' favourites including sausage rolls and a fish finger roll. The afternoon tea costs £19.95 a person, including an Auchentoshan and Ale cocktail. Address: Station Road, RG1 1JX. To book visit malmaison.com

Father's Day afternoon tea cocktail

Redhill

Walk: Join Surrey County Walkers on a 7.5 mile easy walk on June 17 taking in grassy fields of Outwood Common. It starts at 10am at Outwood National Trust car park opposite the windmill (OS187/327456). To take part call 01483-728089 or visit surreycommunity.info/surreycountywalkers/

Walk: Join Surrey County Walkers on a six mile easy walk, taking in Redhill, South Nutfield and Nutfield Marsh on June 3. It starts at Earlswood lakes (OS187/267484). To take part call 01737-764149 or visit surreycommunity.info/surreycountywalkers/

Richmond

London Wine Week: To celebrate London Wine Week, June 5-11, The Petersham hotel is offering wine-lovers the chance to sample one of England’s finest home-grown wines for a limited time only including Dart Valley Reserve. The off-dry white wine from Devon's Sharpham Estate is available by the glass for £9.25 or by the bottle for £38.50. To book a table, call 020 89391084 or visit petershamhotel.co.uk.

Ripley

Farmers' market: Explore a wide range of local, seasonal produce, free demonstrations and family activities at Ripley Farmers' Market on June 10 from 9am-1pm. Held on Ripley Village Green on the second Saturday of each month, everyone is welcome. Address High Street , GU23 6AH. FREE ENTRY

Drinks festival: Ripley Grape and Grain Drinks Festival also takes place on June 10 on Ripley Village Green. Sample and buy local beer, spirits and wines alongside food from the farmers’ market. Open from 9am-3pm, Cellar Wines - Ripley’s newest gastro boutique shop - will be showing off their delicatessen, plus there will be lots of demonstrations from more than 25 leading brands. Address High Street , GU23 6AH. FREE ENTRY

Sandhurst

Walk: Join Surrey County Walkers on a nine mile easy walk, taking in Finchampstead ridges and Blackwater river on June 25. It starts at Ambarrow Court car park (OS186/824626). To take part call 01932 355333 or visit surreycommunity.info/surreycountywalkers/

Cupcake sale: Sandhurst Library is hosting a cupcake sale on June 17 to raise funds for the Alzheimers Society. If you fancy a sweet treat head on over between 10am and 2pm. Address: The Broadway, GU47 9BL

Shalford

Concert: A series of walk-in mini concerts for piano and organ will be performed by Gareth Giles on June 17 from 11am-9pm. Tickets cost £5 each and will be held at St Mary’s Church. Address: The Vicarage, East Shalford Lane, GU4 8AE. Tickets available on the door or from Guildford Tourist Information Centre on 01483 444333

Shepperton

Horticultural show: Head to Shepperton Village Hall on June 17 for the town's annual horticultural show. Browse the many exhibits and meet the winners and judges. The show opens to the public at 1.30pm and prize giving is at 3.45pm. Address: High Street, TW17 9AY. Free event

Shere

Open garden: On June 25 Shere will be opening its garden gates and inviting the public to view 25 beautiful private gardens. Open from 2pm-6pm. Teas served in the Village Hall. Entry: Adults £7; Over 60 £6; Children under 16 FREE. Tickets are available at the village hall and selected gardens.No dogs (other than Guide Dogs) allowed. For further information visit shereopengardens.co.uk . Free parking. Address: GU5 9JA.

Staines

Open day: The charity Friends of the Elderly is inviting people to Moor House care home June 12 to mark the run-up to Care Home Open Day. Staff, volunteers and residents will be welcoming guests to join them for tea, lemonade and sandwiches on the front lawn – or inside if it rains. There will be games for participants of all ages. Address: Vicarage Road, TW18 4YG

Fun day: The Staines-upon-Thames Day on June 25 is a family fun day with lots of entertainment and activities for all ages to enjoy. Address: Memorial Gardens, Thames Street,TW18 4SD. Activities start at 11am with the last live performance at 4.45pm. Free event

Sunbury

Car show: The Classic Autojumble Rally Show takes place at Kempton Park Racecourse on June 17. There will be classic cars for sale, local classic car clubs on show in front of the grandstand and autojumble stalls to find motor related products. It's £6 entrance and under 16s go free. Gates open 9am-4pm. Address: Staines Road East, TW16 5AQ. For tickets visit autojumbleshow.co.uk

Jazz festival: TW12 Jazz Festival takes place on June 3 at Riverside Arts Centre, Thames Street, TW16 5QF. The events features top line jazz artists as well as young rising stars and some local students and performers. Festival tickets cost from £25 each. To book yours visit tw12jazzfestival.co.uk

Tilford

Flower festival: All Saints Church, will be filled with colour and fragrance for a flower festival to celebrate its 150th birthday. The festival will be open to visitors from 10am-4pm on June 3 and 4 with donations in aid of church funds. Tea and cakes will be available. Address: All Saints Church, Tilford Road, GU10 2DA. FREE EVENT

Tongham

Samfest: A music festival showcasing some of the local and surrounding area’s top talents takes place at Tongham Recreation Ground on June 24. Entry costs £15 each and the event runs from 11am-10pm.Address: Poyle Road, GU10 1DU. For ticket information visit samfestmusicfestival.co.uk

Walton

Free t-shirt making: On June 17 The Kids’ Club at The Heart shopping centre is hosting a free arts and crafts workshop where children can design a t-shirt which they can then take home to give to dad for Father’s Day. The workshop will be held between 11am and 4pm and will run on a first come, first served basis. Children will get to pick out a coloured t-shirt and then create a design. Address: New Zealand Avenue, KT12 1GH

West End

Village fete: A traditional village fete will be held on Tringham Recreation Ground on June 3. All proceeds go to local charities including the Scouting and Guiding groups. There will be arena events, Punch and Judy, pony rides, tombolas, cream Teas and a coconut shy. Procession leaves Fellow Green at 12.30pm with the fete opening at 1pm. Address: Benner Lane, GU24 9JP. FREE ENTRY

West Horsely

Summer show: On June 17 Horsley Garden Society host its annual summer show at West Horsley Village Hall from 2pm-4pm to showcase the best of Horsley's flowers, fruit, vegetables and homecrafts. Address: West Horsley Village Hall, The Street, KT24 6DD. FREE ENTRY

Weybridge

Open event: Norfolk House care home is opening its doors to the public June 22 for a free Parkinson’s awareness event. There will be a chance to find out more about Parkinson’s and the support on offer for families affected by the condition. Open from 2.30pm-4.30pm. Address: Norfolk House, Portmore Park Road, KT13 8HQ. FREE ENTRY

Norfolk House Dementia Awareness Week

Motorsport festival: The Brooklands Double Twelve Motorsport Festival takes place on June 17 and 18 to celebrate the 110th anniversary of the opening of the Brooklands Race Track. The two-day extravaganza at Brooklands Museum features speed trials, driving tests, the Double Twelve Concours and Test Hill ascents, alongside family-friendly entertainment and activities. Open 10am-5pm both days. Tickets cost £11 for adults and £6 for children (5-16). Address: Brooklands Road, Kt13 0QN . To buy tickets visit brooklandsmuseum.com

Whyteleafe

Beer and cider festival : Enjoy 25 real ales and ciders, a barbecue and live music at a beer and cider festival at Whyteleafe Football Club on June 2 and 3. Open 5pm-11pm on the Friday and 12pm-11pm on the Saturday. Tickets cost £5 on the door or £4 in advance from the club (includes both sessions, souvenir glass and programme). Address: Church Road, CR3 0AR. Tel: 0208 6605491

Woking

Lark in the Square: A free event for families will be held in Woking town square from June 1-4. The four days feature drop-in sessions, a ladies pamper evening and a family fun day on the Saturday with giant inflatables, face painting, games, music, entertainment, puppet shows, kids' crafts and a barbecue. For more information visit christchurchwoking.org or or call 01483 740897. FREE EVENT

Yateley

Gig on the Green: This annual music festival returns with a weekend of fun, music and entertainment for all the family on June 24-25. Tickets cost from £15 per day for adults and from £10 a day for children (8-17). Children under 7 go free. For ticket info visit gigonthegreenyateley.co.uk. Address: Reading Road, GU46 7RP

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