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What's on in Surrey

New March

Music, art, history, film making and lots more...

In light of coronavirus please check ahead of events that they are still going ahead. We have checked most of them but obviously things are changing on a daily basis.

If it's fresh air you're looking for then why not venture out and explore the Surrey countryside with our guide to Spring Walks, perfect for all ages and abilities.

1 March – 30 April: Sir Anthony Browne, Send and Ripley Museum, RipleyHave you ever wondered what it might have been like to be a favourite of Henry VIII? Meet the man who was exactly that and learn about how he was given the town of Send and Ripley. Saturdays, 10am - 12.30pm. Tickets £5. Visit the Send and Ripley Museum Facebook page.

16 – 22 March: Mother's Day Cream Tea, Polesden Lacey, Great Bookham – Want to take your mum out for a stylish afternoon tea without breaking the bank? You can enjoy homemade scones, tea and a special Mother's Day cake. Monday through to Sunday, 11am – 4.30pm. Tickets: £5.50. For more information visit the National Trust webpage.

19 March: Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe, RHS Wisley, GuildfordJoin a study day exploring the life and work of Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe, one of the 20th century's leading landscape architects. Speakers include Kate Harwood and Ed Bennis who will be talking about his projects including Hemel Hempstead Water Gardens, JFK Memorial at Runnymede and Cadbury Factory at Moreton. Thursday, 10am – 4pm. Tickets: £52 including lectures, lunch, refreshments and tour of Jellicoe Canal at Wisley. For more information visit the Surrey Gardens Trust webpage or contact Sheri at

20 March: Bear Shadow, Haslemere Museum, Haslemere – Something for the toddlers and parents. Listen to this charming story about the bear and it's shadow and learn all about shadows. You can even make a shadow puppet with your little ones and take it home. Friday, 10.30am – 1.30pm. Tickets £2 for children and £1 for adults. Visit the Haslemere Museum webpage.

21 – 22 March: Mother's Day Weekend, Godstone Farm, Godstone – With Mother's Day around the corner, why not take mum and the little ones out for cuddles with guinea pigs, rabbits but perhaps not the resident hedgehog! There are indoor and outdoor areas, so it's a perfect day out whatever the weather. Saturday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm. Entry is £10.25. For more information visit the Godstone Farm webpage.

21 March: Egham Daffodil Day, United Church, Egham – Looking for something for the whole family? Celebrate daffodils, take part in games, Easter egg decorating and so much more. This event will raise funds for Marie Curie to support people through terminal illness. Saturday, 10am – 12.30pm. Visit the Surrey Horticultural Federation webpage or contact Janet on 07958 130513.

22 March: Mother's Day Celebration, Denbies Wine Estate, Dorking – If you're looking for something very special for your mum, there are a variety of events taking place in the vineyard. From brunch, afternoon tea to dinner you're spoilt for choice. Sunday, 9.30am – 9pm. From £29.50 per person. For more information visit the Denbies Wine Estate webpage.

24 March: Gift Market, Bourne Hall, Ewell - Offering a wide range of bags and handbags for every occasion, together with a selection of purses and scarves. And all at very reasonable prices. If you want to find a gift for a family member or friend then this event might help you decide. This is a five day event. Tuesday 10am – 5pm. free entry. For more information

28 March: Tree trumps trail, Claremont Landscape Garden, Esher – Explore the beautiful garden far and wide with the whole family. Collect fascinating facts about the amazing trees dotted around the garden to play 'tree trumps' at the end with your friends and family. Friday 10am – 4pm. Entry is £1. For more information visit the National Trust webpage.

29 March: Heritage Antiques Fairs, Farleigh Golf Club, Warlingham – Looking for something unique for the house or something for that special someone? There will be plenty of vintage and art deco items, collectables and antiques. Refreshments will also be available. Sunday, 9.30am – 4pm. Entry is £1, children go for free. For more events like this visit the Antiques Atlas website or contact