Hooray another bank holiday is just around the corner.

If you're not sure what to do over the long weekend, fear not - we have put together a list of activities to help you out.

there are lots of great places to visit around Surrey and north-east Hampshire this weekend.


Charity bike ride: Bagshot's Big Bike Ride in aid of Sebastian's Action Trust takes place on Sunday from 8.30am-12pm. There is a choice of three routes; 15, 50 or 75 miles. To participate, entry costs £25 each or you can watch and support for FREE. To sign up visit sebastiansactiontrust.org/bigbikeride. Address: GU19 5HZ


Gin festival: Beaconsfield's Gin Festival returns on Monday with hoards of gin including world exclusives, make your own gin sessions, brand events, live music and street food from the Soul Shack. the festival runs from May 24-May 29. For the programme visit gindig.com . Address: The Swan, London End, HP9 2JD and The Treehouse, Aylesbury End, HP9 1LU.


Sculpture garden: Surrey Hills Sculpture Garden in aid of Surrey Hills Trust Fund is running from every day from April 30-June 4, from 10am-5pm. It is the largest Sculpture exhibition in Surrey with around 170 sculptures from local and national artists on display. Refreshments will be available for sale at the event. Entry costs £5 for adults, under 16s go free. Free parking. Address: Birtley Estate, GU5 0LB. for more information click here.


Foodies Festival: Just over the border, the winner of Great British Bake Off 2016, Candice Brown, is joining the Foodies Festival line-up this summer. She will be giving two baking demonstrations a day at Syon Park on May 27 alongside Rosemary Shrager and Michelin starred Chef Atul Kochhar. Tickets are now available at £12 for a Friday day ticket (£10 concession), £15 for Saturday and Sunday day tickets (£13 concession) or £25 for all three days (£18 concession) and you can get them here . Address: Syon Park, TW8 8JF

Foodies Festival 2017: Great British Bake Off winner joins the line-up


Village fete: The 69th annual Brook and Sandhills village fete returns to The Pirrie Hall from 1pm-5pm on Monday. The family fun event offers a host of activities and games for children of all ages, plus a large number of stalls selling crafts, cakes and produce. The dog show always attracts wide-ranging entries and is great fun to watch, along with fairground rides, shooting gallery, hook a duck, bash the rat, face painting, lucky dip, plate smashing and coconut shy. Address: GU8 5UJ


Car meet: JaguarForums annual convoy and meet event takes place on Sunday from 11am-3.30pm at Denbies Wine Estate. Members of the public can look at the cars for free. Address: London Road, RH5 6AA. FREE EVENT

Morris dancing: Rampant Rooster Morris Dancing takes place at Denbies Wine Estate on Monday with performances at 11am-11.30am and 12.30pm-1pm. Address: London Road, RH5 6AA. FREE EVENT


Donkey derby: The annual charity event returns with donkey races, a funfair, a baby contest, coconut shies, breaking plates, food and drink, stalls and a dog show with prizes. Organised by The Rotary Clubs of Farnborough, Rushmoor and Blackwater Valley, the event runs from 12pm-5pm. Address: King George V Playing Fields, Sycamore Road, GU14 6RQ.


Photo exhibition: Aldershot, Farnham and Fleet Camera Club host their annual print exhibition on Friday and Saturday from 10am-5pm. Come and see the work, speak to the friendly members, view the clubs programme and its ability give opportunity to all levels of photographers. Address: The Harlington, Fleet Road, GU51 4BY. FREE ENTRY


Charity fair: Join in and support RSPCA Lockwood Centre for Horses and Donkeys at a charity fair on Saturday from 11am-4pm. There will be a range of stalls featuring quilts, baby clothes, candles, cards, jewellery, bags, cakes, cushions, wood work, gift boxes, cakes and lots more. The café will also be open. Address: Bridge Street, GU7 1HR. FREE ENTRY


Garden open event: Some 20 hidden gardens will be open to the public in Grayshott on Monday to raise money for charity. The garden are of all different shapes and sizes, as well as the two village allotment sites. Cakes and plant sales. Entry costs £6 per person with children under 12 free. Open 12.30pm-6pm. Address: Grayshott Village, Headley Road, GU6 6LF


GoFest: Returning for its third year at Surrey Sports Park in Guildford over the bank holiday weekend, May 28 and 29, the family festival of sport, dance, health and fitness is an opportunity to have a go at a range of different activities - no matter what your ability. Child tickets cost from £15 per day, adults £22 per day and family tickets from £55 per day. Buy tickets online at gofest.co.uk/ticketpurchase/guildford


Surrey County Show: The annual event is a family day out you won't want to miss. Combining top class entertainment, award-winning livestock and horses, locally produced food and crafts, floristry, countryside and farming displays, it brings the best of the countryside to the heart of the town. Based in Stoke Park, off Nightingale Road, gates open at 8am. For tickets visit surreycountyshow.co.uk

Surrey County Show returns to Guildford's Stoke Park


Food event: Jodie Arwen from theartofveg.com will be giving people an opportunity to learn more about a plant based lifestyle with live cooking demonstrations at her home overlooking the Pewley Downs. The first of the two events ' Vegan Workshop Lunch' takes place on May 27. The course runs between 11.30am-3.30pm. Early bird tickets cost £75 per workshop. To book visit theartofveg.com events/workshop or call Jodie on 07968651356

Plant based cooking workshops to be launched in Guildford


Car show: The town's classic car show and traditional fete takes place on Sunday from 12pm-5pm. Alongside the cars there will be stalls, vintage fun, kids entertainment, food, bar and jazz music. Address: Lion Lane, GU27 1LD . For more information click here.


Exhibition: From May 20-July 15 an exhibition is open to celebrate 100 years of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. The display uses previously unseen archival materials and artefacts to tell the story of a unique organisation, which commemorates 1.7 million Commonwealth casualties of the two world wars and operates in 23,000 locations in more than 150 countries. Open 11am-5pm. Address: Dawney Hill, GU24 0JB . FREE ENTRY


Charity car wash: Sandhurst Town Ladies FC will be running a charity car wash on Saturday from 10am-2pm. Address: Sandhurst Memorial Park, Yorktown Road, GU47 9BJ. Cost £5 per car


Nature Festival: Celebrate nature on your doorstep at Gilbert White and The Oates Collections on Saturday and Sunday, 10.30am-4pm. There will be interactive stalls, guided Walks, nature games and activities, live demonstrations and nature exploration. Entry costs £7. Address: High Street, GU34 3JH.


Music festival: Now in its ninth year, CherryFest charity music event returns to The Duke of Cambridge pub this May bank holiday Monday. Adult entry costs £6, kids aged 12 and under £2, kids aged 3 and under go free. Tickets available on the door. Address: Tilford Road, GU10 2DD. Tel: 01252 792236


Thumbs Up: A three day gaming event will be held at the Peacocks Centre on May 28-30, from 11am- 5pm, with bookable one hour slots. Described as the ultimate hands-on gaming experience, Thumbs Up will celebrate both retro and modern video games from the last three decades. To book tickets visit wokingshopping.guestmanager.com

From Minecraft to Super Mario to Pac-Man: Head to Woking for the ultimate hands-on gaming experience


Fashion show: Fashionistas are in for a treat as a week-long fashion installation comes to Woking Shopping Centre. The event will take place from May 23-28 and will be brought to life further through show stopping, eye-catching dance performances from models on Friday, Saturday and Sunday every 20 minutes from 10am. The installation will be in Wolsey Place. Address: GU21 6GB. FREE EVENT


Adventure trail: RHS Wisley will be running playful adventure trails for one to four year olds from May 1-June 30. Based on the popular pre-school TV shows In the Night Garden, the trails will encourage imaginative play and enable children to skip around the garden alongside much-loved characters from the show, such as Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy and Makka Pakka. Address: RHS Garden Wisley, GU23 6QB. Tel: 01483 224234. Normal garden entry applies, for tickets visit rhs.org.uk/wisley

In the Night Garden adventure trails launched at RHS Wisley

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