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Check out what events are happening this month

Surrey has plenty of events happening around the county for the entire family, from music festivals to laugh out loud comedy clubs, there are loads of fun activities to chose from - let's start the summer right in Surrey!

All events have COVID measures in place but may be subject to last minute cancellations so please keep an eye on their websites to find out any updates. To find out more about COVID restrictions visit the GOV.UK guidance web page.

3 June: Landscape Photo Walk for Kids, Shere Recreational Ground, Leatherhead

Calling all young landscape photographers! On this photo walk, you will learn how to capture views creatively, using aperture and composition to make your images pop. Social distancing will be in place throughout the course. The class is run completely outdoors and is weather dependent. Start time is 10.30am – 12.30pm. Tickets cost £39 plus an £8 camera rental fee if needed. Get more information on the Stay Happening webpage.

5 to 6 June: The Big Lunch, all over Surrey

There's a big date for your diary! This is your chance to celebrate community connections and get to know one another a little better (In line with Government guidance). The Big Lunch is all about bringing your community together, so why not host something on your doorstep, in your local park or even virtually. Celebrate over delicious food and fun activities. To find out more about The Big Lunch and what you could do, visit the Eden Project website.

5 to 20 June: Surrey Artists Open Studios, all over Surrey

Discover the diversity and creativity of Surrey artists. For sixteen days in June Surrey artists will be welcoming the public into their studios for the annual Surrey Artists Open Studios event taking place in artist's studios right across the county. This year there will be 286 artists taking part in 162 studios. Daily 11am - 5pm, Thursday evenings 6pm - 8.30pm. To find out more visit the Surrey Open Studios website.

9 June: From Punishment to Pride: LGBTQ+ archives at Surrey History Centre

Surrey has a rich and remarkable LGBTQ+ history. Join this online event hosted by Surrey History Centre from 5.30pm to 6.45pm to learn more about the Surrey connections of some famous and not-so-famous LGBTQ+ lives, including Dame Ethel Smyth, Edward Carpenter, E.M. Forster, Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney, Harry Daley, and Alan Turing, to name just a few. Tickets cost £5 and can be booked on their online events booking web page.

16 June: Painshill Summer Lates, Painshill Park, Cobham

Want to escape your daily life stresses? Then why not unwind in the beautiful grounds of Painshill Park. Take in the breathtaking views, listen to live music and explore the follies whilst the sun sets. Starts 5.30pm - 9.00pm. Tickets cost £5 for members and £10 for non-members. This event will sell out quickly so head over to the Painshill website to find out more.

18 June: Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club, Farnham Maltings, Farnham

Want to have a hilarious night out whilst you are with your little ones? Come to the Bring Your Own Baby comedy club premier. This event is for parents and is guaranteed to leave you crying with laughter. The show will last 75 minutes and starts at 11.30am. Tickets cost £12. Find out more on the Farnham Maltings website.

22 June: Aly Hegazy: The Fleming Diary, The Lightbox, Woking

This artistic catalogue incorporates a broad range of personal, cultural, and philosophical allusions using a contemporary style to capture those empathic observations. Entry is free but the suggested donation is £3. To view more exhibitions visit The Lightbox website.

27 June: Family Fun Day in aid of The Giant Pledge, Hartsfield Manor, Betchworth

This is a charity fun day out full of activities for the entire family for a great cause - The Giant Pledge. Expect bouncy castles, giant board games, sports races, face paintings and an amazing BBQ. The day starts at 12pm and ends at 4pm. Adult tickets cost £4, children's tickets cost £2 and under 5's are free. Visit The Giant Pledge Eventbrite web page to get your tickets.

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