What's on in Surrey
There's lots to see and do in Surrey this month
There's plenty going on in Surrey this month: a fun family musical about a school trip to the zoo, a concert heralding the arrival of spring and a symphony that will take you to the high seas. It's also Mother's Day this week, so if you're not sure what to treat mum with, there's plenty of days out to surprise her with in the beautiful Surrey countryside.
28 March: AniMacolm, G Live, Guildford – A musical for all the family to enjoy adapted from David Baddiel's comic book. The main character Malcolm doesn't like animals. One day on his way to a fun school trip he realises he's going to a farm, hilarity will ensue. Tickets: £20 covers one adult and one child. Thursday, 5pm. For more details visit the G Live website.
30 March: Sea Symphony, H.G. Wells Centre, Woking – Sit back, relax and go on a musical journey with the Woking Choral Society who will be joined by the Hanover Choir to perform Vaughn Williams' Sea Symphony. Tickets: £18, £5 for children. Saturday, 7.30pm. For more details visit the Woking Choral Society website.
30 March: Rhythms of Spring, Holy Trinity Church, Bramley – Welcome the new season with the Surrey Hills Chamber Choir who will be performing a delightful mix of songs to ensure there is something for every musical taste. There will also be pieces from Handel's 'Messiah' to celebrate Easter. Tickets: £12, £5 for children which includes a glass of wine or soft drink. Saturday, 7.30pm. For more details visit the Surrey Hills Chamber Choir website.
30 March: Mother's Day Arts and Crafts, The Square, Camberley – If you're spending the day out shopping, surprise your mum this Mother's Day with a very special gift and create your very own heart shaped decopatch items with Mrs Potts' Place. Free. Saturday, 11am – 1pm and 2pm – 4pm. For more details visit the SQ website.
31 March: Mothering Sunday, Hatchlands Park, Guildford – Treat mum to a relaxing day out at Hatchlands Park. Enjoy the beautiful spring flowers such as the daffodils, blossoms and the beautiful bluebells. Free for mums when accompanied by their children. Normal admission charges apply. Sunday, 10am – 5pm. For more details visit the Hatchlands Park event page.
31 March: Mothering Sunday, Claremont Gardens, Esher – Stroll through the garden and visit the Camellia Terrace in bloom. The café will be open for hot lunches and afternoon teas, so a perfect place to treat mum. Mothers get in free to the garden when accompanied by their children. Normal admission charges apply. Sunday, 10am – 4.45pm. For more details visit the Claremont Gardens event page.
31 March: Mother's Day at Winkworth, Winkworth Arboretum, Godalming – Go on a lovely walk around the National Trust's only arboretum with mum this Mother's Day. After a stroll, relax with a lovely cup of tea and delicious cake while the kids play on the Tree Adventure playground. Free for mums when accompanied by their children. Normal admission charges apply. Sunday, 10am – 4.30pm. For more details visit the Winkworth Arboretum event page.
31 March: Mother's Day at Denbies, Denbies Wine Estate, Dorking – Want to treat mum to a roast dinner, a tour of the vineyard or for afternoon tea with sparkling wine? The Denbies Wine Estate are hosting a full day of Mother's Day events that will be sure to have that 'wow' factor when you surprise mum. Varying costs. Sunday, 9am – 5.30pm. For more details visit the Denbies website.
31 March: Mother's Day at Ramster Gardens, Chiddingfold – Discover the beautiful Ramster Gardens in the heart of the Surrey Hills with mum on Mother's Day. Take in the views of the lakes, hillside and woodland and spot the beautiful flowering shrubs throughout the gardens. After your walk, take a lovely break at the tearoom and enjoy delicious sandwiches and cakes. Tickets from £7.50. Sunday, 10am – 5pm. For more details visit the Ramster Gardens website.