Tuesday 27th

Hands on History Be a museum curator for the day and discover the wonders of the Victorian age through this object handling session. Ages 4-11. £2 per child, £1 with advantage card and one accompanying adult free. Windsor & Royal Borough Museum, Windsor, SL4 1LR. T: 01628 685686 W:

Open Air Cinema Series at Dinton Pastures – The Greatest Showman

Adult £13.95 / Child £8.95 Pull up a picnic blanket and relax in front of a film. Fancy dress is encouraged. Food and drink available to purchase on evening or bring your own picnic. Group discount available. W:

Treasure Island

Open air theatre in the Saville Garden. W:

Sunday 25th The Secret Garden

Open air theatre in the Savill Garden. W:

Monday 26th Birds of Prey

Get up close and personal to some stunning birds of prey at Cobbs this August bank holiday. 11am-3pm. Free entry. Cobbs Playbarn, Bath Road, Hungerford. T: 01488 686770 W:

Wednesday 28th

Make and Take: Ladybird and Friends Spoon Creatures

Family activity at Reading Museum. ½ hour sessions 10am-12noon and 1-3pm. 50p. Pay on the day. W:

Thursday 29th

Workshop at The MERL: Canny Conservation

Go along to the MERL garden and explore how to reduce, reuse and recycle. Help create a community rag rug and get creative making something new from something old. Ages 5-12. 10.30am-12pm & 1-2.30pm. £5 per participating child, adults free. The Museum of English Rural Life, RG1 5EX. W:

Friday 30th

Private Lives A comedy of manners by Noel Coward. A divorced couple are on separate honeymoons with their new spouses, only to find out that they are in adjacent hotel rooms. Cliveden House near Maidenhead. T: 0344 2491895 W:

Disco, competitions, games and magic with no hidden extras! Friendly, reliable and flexible service from CRB-checked teacher.

Please contact Danny 0118 946 4236 / 07765 222 848

Saturday 31st

Gulliver’s Fireworks Finale Finish the summer holidays with a spectacular superhero themed event complete with fireworks. All Gulliver’s Theme Parks. W:



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Sunday 1st Big Bug hunt

The creepy crawlies have returned to Basildon Park to wreak havoc. Help the conservation team to find them all. £2. Running until 31st October. Basildon Park near Reading. T: 01491 672382

Community Kite Festival

Go along to Boyn Grove Park (Punt Hill) for a Community Kite Festival between 1- 4pm. Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead. W:

Newbury Cats Protection Open Day

Newbury Cats Protection re-home around four hundred cats per year and help many more through reuniting strays and with neutering schemes. To see the cats currently available for adoption visit the website, or go along to their Open Day from 1-4.30pm, held at Newbury Adoption Centre, Curridge, RG18 9DH. T: 01635 200111 W:

Monday 2nd

Country Fair Race Day Expect a lively atmosphere and get ready for a jam-packed evening with all things country, delicious food and plenty country style activities for the whole family to enjoy alongside the racing. Windsor Racecourse. W:

Saturday 7th

Queen Victoria’s Crown Jewels Choose from a range of art and craft projects, including the chance to make your own version of Victoria’s iconic diamond crown. Windsor Castle. W:

We take great care to ensure this information is correct at the time of going to press. However, we would advise parents to phone and check details prior to making a long trip …or promise!

Open Air Cinema Series at Dinton Pastures-Grease

Adult £13.95 / Child £8.95 Pull up a picnic blanket and relax in front of a film. Fancy dress is encouraged. Food and drink available to purchase on evening or bring your own picnic. Group discount available. W:

Saturday 14th

Heritage Open Days Heritage Open Days is England’s biggest heritage festival. It celebrates our fantastic history, architecture and culture; offering people the chance to see hidden places and try out new experiences - all of which are free to explore. Shaw House, Newbury. W:

Harvest Moon Canoe and Kayak Tour

As the seasons slide from summer to autumn enjoy an evening sunset on the lake in your choice of boat. Dinton Pastures. 8-10pm. Ages 8+. Adult £20 / Child £15. W:

Sunday 29th

Autumn Watch Canoe Tour Take to the water on a guided tour and find out how life on the lake looks in Autumn at Dinton Pastures. Guided by staff eager to share knowledge. Ages 4+. 10:30am-12:30pm. Adult £17 / Child £12. W:

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