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More details - RocknRoller Disco
Come and skate with the UK’s biggest roller disco provider in Leatherhead L/C and Westcroft L/C.
Westcroft Leisure Centre, Westcroft Rd, Carshalton
Sat 26 May, Sat 9 Jun, Sat 23 Jun, Sat 7 Jul

More details - Familiarisation Session for children with ASD & their families
Suitable for children/young people with Autism and/or anxiety issues. Head2Head offers a small group session for children with Autism and their families. Relax in a safe and secure environment while your children explore our sensory tent and have fun with games and craft activities.
Sherwood Park Special School, Wallington, South London
Thu 31 May

More details - Peter Pan in a Pickle:  Half-day activity for children with SEND & their families
Suitable for children/young people with PMLD, ASD, ADHD, Down’s, Complex Health Needs, SLD, MLD, ABI, neurodevelopmental disorders Head2Head Theatre presents PETER PAN IN A PICKLE, bringing siblings together in age appropriate FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY. Approx. 60 minute walkabout, interactive performance.
Sherwood Park Special School, Wallington, S. London (Surrey)
Thu 31 May and Fri 1 Jun

More details - Open Garden Squares Weekend
Early 18th-century landscape of at least two phases, with a lake and garden buildings including a grotto-hermitage and a water tower containing an orangery and a plunge bath. Water tower open. Guided walks.
Carshalton House Landscape Garden, West Street
Sun 10 Jun

More details - Open Garden Squares Weekend
Whitgift School has a series of award-winning gardens within the extensive historic grounds of the School. Popular features include a maze, a collection of bonsai, a family of wallabies and a range of exotic birds, including peacocks and flamingos.
Whitgift School, Haling Park
Sun 10 Jun

More details - FAMILY ART FUN DAY // MAKE-DO AND MAKE-NEW
What materials could you gather in the shopping centre, and how could you make them useful in a new way? Could you use make-up to draw a map? A water pistol to send messages? Using the shopping centre for inspiration, families will design and create their own toolkit for an imagined future.
Turf Projects Keeley Road Croydon
Wed 30 May, Sat 16 Jun

More details - Lunchtime Organ Recital
Recital on the internationally renowned Father Willis organ by Marco Lo Muscio from Rome, Italy
St Michael and All Angels Church, Poplar Walk, Croydon
Wed 30 May

More details - Lunchtime Organ Recital
Recital on the internationally renowned Father Willis organ by Thomas Deserranno from Fraipont, Liege, Belgium
St Michael and All Angels Church, Poplar Walk, Croydon
Wed 6 Jun

More details - Lunchtime Organ Recital
Recital on the internationally renowned Father Willis organ by James Orford from St Paul’s Cathedral, London
St Michael and All Angels Church, Poplar Walk, Croydon
Wed 13 Jun

More details - Lunchtime Organ Recital
Recital on the internationally renowned Father Willis organ by Benjamin Righetti from Church of Saint-Francois, Lausanne
St Michael and All Angels Church, Poplar Walk, Croydon
Wed 20 Jun

More details - 2018 Fashion Show
South East Cancer Help Centre presents their 2018 Fashion Show. Enjoy a complimentary glass of wine, a sleek and stylish fashion show, then take the opportunity to try and buy some of the fabulous, discounted high street fashion on offer.
St John the Baptist Church Hall, 48 Dale Road, Purley
Sat 16 Jun

More details - Sanderstead Library Short Stories Competition
Enter our short story competition for all ages. The theme is ’Plastic pollution’. The deadline is 26th May. Entries can be handed in at the library, posted through the library door or emailed in to sandersteadlibrary@croydon.gov.
Sanderstead Library Farm Fields, South Croydon
Today to Sat 26 May

More details - Line Dance for Intermediate Level
Line dance class for intermediate level line dancers. Fun, friendly group. We dance the latest chart dances as well as older classic line dances. We also hold regular social events and weekend breaks.
Kenley Memorial Hall, 92 Godstone Road
Fri 1 Jun, Fri 8 Jun, Fri 15 Jun, Fri 22 Jun

More details - Modern Line Dancing for NEW Beginners
We enjoy modern line dancing, which means we dance to a variety of music genres, including pop, rock, Latin, Irish, country and more. This class is for new beginners. No experience is required, just a good sense of humour! Easy to follow instruction. Good exercise and great fun.
Kenley Memorial Hall, 92 Godstone Road
Fri 1 Jun, Fri 8 Jun, Fri 15 Jun, Fri 22 Jun

More details - 15 The Avenue - Open Garden for NGS
A contemporary garden designed by RHS Chelsea Gold Medal Winner, Marcus Barnett. Four levels divided into rooms by beech hedging and columns; formal entertaining area, lawn and wildflower meadow. Over 100 hostas hug the house.
15 The Avenue, Sutton
Mon 28 May

More details - 15 The Avenue - Open Garden for NGS
A contemporary garden designed by RHS Chelsea Gold Medal Winner, Marcus Barnett. Four levels divided into rooms by beech hedging and columns; formal entertaining area, lawn and wildflower meadow. Over 100 hostas hug the house.
15 The Avenue, Sutton
Sat 2 Jun

More details - 53 Commonfield Road - Open Garden for NGS
An interesting cottage garden of curvaceous beds with layered plantings of small trees, shrubs, perennials, bulbs and grasses to give a succession of highlights. Enter through a rose covered arch to be inspired. If you have a garden and want to take away some ideas, you are welcome.
53 Commonfield Road, Banstead
Sun 3 Jun

More details - Goddesses and Devils
Choral music sung by St Cecilia Chorus (Banstead Muscial Society) celebrating the supernatural world. Angels, nymphs, goddesses and the odd devil! Accompanied by Ian le Grice and conducted by James Dixon.
Banstead Community Hall, Park Rd, Banstead
Sat 9 Jun

More details - Banstead Village Indoor Market
Banstead Village Indoor Market Every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month Small indoor market featuring stalls selling, Handmade Jewellery Designs,Local Photography Gifts, Jewellers,Watch batteries and repairs,Cds/Dvds, Books,,Greeting Cards,Antiques, Vintage, Model cars, Collectables,Wonderful homemade cakes and
All Saints Institute Hall, Banstead High Street
Sat 26 May, Sat 9 Jun

More details - Morden Hall Park - Morden Hall Park 'Late' - Fri 25 May, 6-8pm
Stay late in the park on this bank holiday weekend with 20% off everything in the Garden Centre. Come and enjoy the longer evenings at Morden Hall Park. Visit the caf and garden centre and just stroll in the park. Booking Not Needed. Children are welcome if accompanied by an adult. Dogs on leads welcome.
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden
Fri 25 May

More details - Morden Hall Park - Free Guided History Tours every Sunday until 27 May at 11.30am and 1pm
Join our knowledgeable tour guides for a leisurely stroll around Morden Hall Park. You’ll learn all about the history of the park, from its origins as an agricultural estate, to its time as a hospital. Our walks take about 45 minutes and are open to all. Booking Not Needed.
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden
Sun 27 May

More details - Morden Hall Park - May Half Term at Morden Hall Park, 28 May - 1 June, 11am - 4pm
Get ready for the Morden Hall Park BioBlitz by doing your own mini survey of the park. Please note: our car park can get very busy during half-term, please consider taking public transport if possible. Booking Not Needed. This event is suitable for children of all ages. Dogs on leads welcome.
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden
Mon 28 May to Fri 1 Jun

More details - Morden Hall Park - BioBlitz Late - Moths and amphibians (Free event, must be aged 7+)
Help get our BioBlitz species count off to a flying start as we trap moths and walk the wetland boardwalk in search of newts, frogs and toads. Join our moth trapping and torchlight survey for amphibians from our boardwalk through the wetlands. Suitable for adults and families with children aged 7 and over.
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden
Fri 1 Jun

More details - Morden Hall Park - BioBlitz Late - Bats and moths (Free event)
How many moths and bats will you see' As part of our BioBlitz, discover winged wonders of the night as we set moth traps and go out on a bat walk around the park, including our wetland boardwalk. FREE Suitable for adults and families. Booking Advisable. Phone: 0344 249 1895.
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden
Sat 2 Jun

More details - Morden Hall Park - Morden Hall Park BioBlitz (Free event)
Come and get involved in a race against time to find all the wildlife we can. Become a wildlife explorer for the day and discover what’s living on your doorstep. There’s something for everyone, from adults and children to experts and beginners.
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden
Sat 2 Jun and Sun 3 Jun

More details - Morden Hall Park - Park Explorers group for under 5s
Perfect for 2-5 year olds, Park Explorers is a way for parents and children to learn about the world around them. Sessions are 5 each and focus on a different outdoors theme each week. Please arrive from 9:15 to sign in, sessions start at 10am.
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden
Mon 4 Jun, Mon 11 Jun, Mon 18 Jun, Mon 25 Jun, Mon 2 Jul, Mon 9 Jul

More details - Morden Hall Park - The Luna Cinema, 7, 8 & 9 June
Join us this summer for an exciting movie experience in the park. Bring along a blanket and settle down amongst the trees for an evening of film under the stars. Thursday 7 June - "Dunkirk" Friday 8 June - "Mean Girls" Saturday 9 June - "Grease" Doors open 7.
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden
Thu 7 Jun to Sat 9 Jun

More details - Morden Hall Park - Rose Weekend, Sat 9 - Sun 10 Jun, 11am-4pm
The park will be blooming with the best of our roses from the garden centre. Pick up something new, ask our experts for advice and book your place for a tour of our historic rose garden. Try a delicious floral creation in one of our cafes.
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden
Sat 9 Jun and Sun 10 Jun

More details - Morden Park House Sausage and Cider Festival
Morden Park House is hosting Merton’s first Sausage and Cider festival. It is a family friendly event with a selection of 30 ciders and sausages from English countryside to Eastern Europe For those of you who don’t drink cider, there will be prosecco, Pimms and a coffee van.
Morden Park House, London Road, Morden
Sun 27 May

More details - Crystal Palace Festival
The festival will take place all around the Crystal Palace area on 11–17 June 2018 with a week long programme of guest events organised by the local community. The free Crystal Palace Park event on Saturday 16 June 2018 is produced and delivered by the festival organisation.
Crystal Palace
Mon 11 Jun to Sun 17 Jun

More details - Paddock Allotments & Leisure Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
An allotment site not to be missed, over 150 plots set in 5½ acres. Our tenants come from diverse communities growing a wide range of flowers, fruits and vegetables, some plots are purely organic others resemble English country gardens. Winner of London in Bloom Best Allotment.
Paddock Allotments & Leisure Gardens, Raynes Park
Sat 16 Jun

More details - Double Act
By Jacqueline WilsonAdapted and directed by Vicky Ireland  Meet Ruby and Garnet. They’re twins, identical and inseparable – and do absolutely EVERYTHING together. But their lives are about to change. Recently, Dad’s gone a bit weird.
Polka Theatre 240 The Broadway Wimbledon London
Thu 14 Jun to Sat 4 Aug

More details - Discover Dad’s Army
On Friday 10 May 1940, the Germans had started their attack on Belgium and the Netherlands using soldiers dropped by parachutes. British troops in mainland Europe were pushed back to the Channel ports. Many people feared that the Germans would soon invade Britain.
Bourne Hall Museum Spring Street Ewell
Wed 30 May

More details - Create a Curious Creature sculpture workshop
CURIOUS CREATURES HAVE ROAMED OUR LAND OF MILLIONS OF YEARS. Be inspired by them! Create a Curious Creature sculpture workshop 9.45 -11.15 am and 1.45-3.15 Learn to draw Pokémon And design your own curious creature 11.30 -1pm Each session is £7.
Bourne Hall Museum Kids Club, Spring Street ,Ewell
Thu 31 May

More details - Cow finds Epsom salts!
This year is the 400th anniversary of the Discovery of Epsom Salts Find out how it was discovered with the help of a cow! This made the name Epsom known around the world and would lead to the Derby, a battle and England’s first Spa town.
Bourne Hall Museum Kids Club, Spring Street,Ewell
Sat 9 Jun

More details - Line Dance Social Night - Beginner Level
This line dance social night is suitable for everyone including absolute beginners and beginners. You don’t need any previous experience, just a sense of humour. We will give instruction for beginner level line dances. Everyone is friendly and you will have a fun time. Bring your own drinks and nibbles.
Warlingham Church Hall, 399 Limpsfield Road
Sat 9 Jun

More details - 9 Landscape Road - Open Garden for NGS
Set in a of an acre and designed by Chris Beardshaw, the garden has a heavy clay soil. Divided into separate spaces by pleached lime trees, yew and beech hedges. Mixed borders with dense herbaceous perennials, climbing and shrub roses. A formal pond. Productive fruit and veg patch with raised beds and greenhouse.
9 Landscape Road, Warlingham
Sat 16 Jun and Sun 17 Jun

More details - Warlingham, Surrey Spring Foraging Course
The woods near Croydon are plentiful in wild food; in fact we think they are some of the best woods we have ever been foraging in. There are a huge variety of edible plants in the south east most of which can be found around the area. We will meet in Farleigh Common at the Harrow Inn at 12pm.
The Harrow Inn, 309 Farleigh Road, Warlingham
Fri 25 May, Sun 27 May

More details - Open Garden Squares Weekend
Once-private gardens, then a rather neglected public park in Penge, now transformed by local volunteers, the Friends of Winsford Gardens, into a safe and welcoming environment for the whole community to enjoy.
Winsford Gardens, Garden Road
Sun 10 Jun

More details - Yoon Seok Shin - free Saturday afternoon piano recital
Getting international prize-winning Korean pianist Yoon Seok Shin to perform in Epsom’s series of free Saturday afternoon recitals is something of a coup.
St Martin of Tours Church, Church Street, Epsom
Sat 26 May

More details - Space for Music - a Free Lunchtime Concert
Former principal Trumpeter for the National Youth orchestra and brass finalist for young musician of the year 2016 Zoë Perkins will perform a lunchtime concert with Daniel King-Smith on piano.
The Space, New Malden United Reformed Church
Wed 6 Jun

More details - Open Garden Squares Weekend
Wilderness, order, woodland, secret pathways, classical follies and water - plus a huge variety of wildlife. One of 200+ gardens taking part in Open Garden Squares Weekend.
Southside House, 3-4 Woodhayes Road
Sat 9 Jun and Sun 10 Jun

More details - Dulwich Players present Grimm Tales: Bell House, Dulwich 21-24 June
THE DULWICH PLAYERS present GRIMM TALES FOR YOUNG AND OLD by Philip Pullman adapted for the stage by Philip Wilson with original music by Paul Grimwood & lyrics by Gill Daly to be performed in the gardens of Bell House, 27 College Road, Dulwich, SE21 7BG Before Roald Dahl there were the Brothers
Bell House, Dulwich Village
Thu 21 Jun to Sun 24 Jun

More details - 11 Ernle Road - Open Garden for NGS
Established suburban garden of ¼ acre on sandy acid soil, spatially organised into separate sections: oak pergola framing the main vista, hidden parterre, woodland, pool, yew circle, flower garden and summerhouse.
11 Ernle Road,
Sun 17 Jun

More details - 61 Arthur Road - Open Garden for NGS
This steeply sloping garden comprises woodland walks, filled with flowering shrubs and ferns. In early summer the focus is the many roses grown around the garden, then later the autumn colour is provided by trees and shrubs.
61 Arthur Road, Wimbledon
Sun 17 Jun

More details - Epsom’s Dodgy Derby’s, dark deeds and ghosts
Look beneath Epsom’s respectable surface whilst you stroll around its ancient town centre. Discover dark deeds, wrongdoings and ghosts who won’t rest in peace. Hear tales of Epsom’s own highwayman and the life of the evil Lord Rochester, together with the even more wicked Lord Lyttleton.
Meet at the Clock Tower, Epsom Market Place, Epsom
Sun 27 May to Wed 30 May

More details - Derby Festival Fashion Shows
Epsom is extremely proud to be the home of the world’s greatest flat race, The Derby. As part of the Epsom Derby Festival Week which runs in the town from 25 May until 2 June (Derby Day), The Ashley Centre will be displaying the must haves for the season and showcasing ideas of what to wear to the races.
The Ashley Centre, High Street, Epsom
Fri 25 May and Sat 26 May

More details - 97 Arthur Road - Open Garden for NGS
acre garden of an Edwardian house. Garden established for more than 20yrs and constantly evolving with a large variety of plants and shrubs. It has grown up around several lawns with pond and fountains. Abundance of wildlife and a bird haven. A beautiful place with much colour, foliage and texture.
97 Arthur Road, Wimbledon
Sun 17 Jun

More details - Macmillan Cancer Support Information Service in Epsom
Macmillan Cancer Support’s mobile service will be visiting Epsom, Leatherhead and Horley Carnival with cancer information specialists on hand to answer questions and offer information.
Clock tower Near to Boots High Street, Epsom
Fri 15 Jun

More details - Michael Brandon - Off Ramps
On his journey from Brooklyn to Britain - via Hollywood - Michael Brandon has taken many off-ramps on the way. In this brilliant, funny and engaging show, he tells how he gave himself two years to star in a Hollywood movie.
The Playhouse, Ashley Avenue, Epsom
Sat 26 May

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