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.
Hopefully you are fully up and running with the new school term by now. So, if you are looking for things to do with your children in Surrey and its neighbouring counties this week, we have a few family friendly events in our calendar for you to choose from.
Do check the full calendar to plan ahead.
Enjoy a Winter Walk at RHS Wisley. Explore this seasonal walk full of winter scents, colours and textures. With architectural outlines softened by modern mass plantings, there are many views to enjoy. Free with normal Garden entry, and if you book in advance there is a 10% discount.
A Rob Munday exhibition will be in the Glasshouse at RHS Wisley all week. One of the world's leading holographic artists, Rob has created many unique holographic works and light sculptures that can be found in collections and galleries throughout the world. The series 'Naturalium' will be on display in the Glasshouse Gallery in January.
On Wednesday there will be a coffee morning with Jack's Pantry in Guildford with Busylizzy. This will take place in GLive and will include lots of chat about weaning, breastfeeding, formula feeding and more. Special offers will be available for non members wanting to join Busylizzy.
On Friday Over the Moon at Farnham Maltings is an interactive musical adventure for babies and toddlers. It offers a calm, playful and creative first experience of opera for little ones and their grown-ups.
A free Big Wetland Birdwatch is taking place at Morden Hall Park on Saturday and Sunday. Volunteer teams will be on hand throughout the day to help with identification and point out the best spots around the park. There will also be a chance to make a craft. This is a drop in event, no need to book.
The Woking Symphony Orchestra is holding its annual family concert on Saturday afternoon. This event promises a fun, child-friendly introduction to classical music and afterwards children will have the chance to try the instruments. Meanwhile, The Little Pigs is being staged at GLive on Saturday - a brand new version of the classic story of the three little pigs set in Paris. This is suitable for children aged three and over.
It looks like it will be pretty mild again this week for this time of year. The weather forecast also suggests it will be mostly dry again. Whatever you end up doing, have a great week!