1 In Southampton...

Whether if you’re looking to experience Thai culture by trying new food or enjoying traditional Thai entertainment in the sun, join Southampton Thai Festival on Saturday at Hoglands Park to get a true taste of Thai.

Enjoy authentic Thai cuisine and live cooking demonstrations, live Thai music and traditional Thai dancing, a Thai beer garden, children's fun fair, Thai costume show and a ladyboy show.

Tickets cost £4 for adults and £2 for children aged 5-15 years.

2 In Romsey...

The annual dementia festival, Demfest, takes place on Sunday between 11am and 4pm at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, organised by Romsey Dementia Action Group.

The festival is free to attend and focusses on raises awareness and education of dementia through a variety of family friendly activities and services, including music on the main stage all day and activities such as face painting, gardening, arts and crafts and games.

The day will feature inspirational and innovative ideas including educational and research speakers.

Everyone is welcome – those with dementia, their carers and family, health professionals and those expressing an interest.

Further information can be found at www.romdag.co.uk.

3 In Alresford...

Experience Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle in a 400 seat custom built big top marquee on Sunday between midday and 3pm, situated in the grounds of Perins School.

The large marquee structure is the perfect place to enjoy the biggest film of 2018 and the lawn, foyer bar and snack kiosk will be open an hour before the showing serving drinks and treats.

In a brand new Jumanji adventure, four high school kids discover an old video game console and are drawn into the game's jungle setting, literally becoming the adult avatars they chose.

What they discover is that you don't just play Jumanji - you must survive it.

To book, visit: www.theperinstheatre.co.uk.

4 In Bassett...

What do archaeologists do? How do we know and find out about the past? Human origins, ancient technology, maritime archaeology, bodies and burials...

Join the Archaeology & Anthropology department from the University of Southampton on Saturday between 10am and 4pm for a free drop-in event with lots of activities and demonstrations to see, as part of the Festival of British Archaeology Fringe 2018.

They'll have archaeological Minecraft, Roman epigraphy, dis/Ability, radioactive particles, together with lots of prehistoric technology so make sure you join in the fun!

5 In Winchester...

Saddle up for this year's Compton All Saints Church of England Primary School's Wild West Summer Fair on Sunday from 1.30pm to 4pm. It's going to be a great afternoon of family entertainment including a bucking bronco, bouncy castle, panning for gold, cactus hoopla, cowboys and Indian jousting, festival face painting, family races, BBQ and bar and much much more.

Make sure you go along and support the school and have a great afternoon whilst doing so.

6 In Hedge End

Enjoy the fun of Hedge End's traditional carnival on Saturday, with an optional theme of Winter Wonderland.

The event, organised by a small group of volunteers, raises money for good causes in Hedge End.

The day kicks off with a gala show on Greta Park at 1pm, including pedal power vs Parkour, an aerial skills show, vintage sounds choir, woodland stories and flower and cake competitions.

The carnival's Grand Procession begins at 2.15pm.

7 In Andover...

Take your cuddliest teddies along for Finkley Down Farm's Teddy Bears Picnic weekend to celebrate the summer.

Kids go free with one per full paying adult when accompanied by a teddy. Annual pass holders can bring in a free guest if they bring a teddy (one per family).

Alongside all the usual farm-tastic fud, activities on the day include Punch & Judy, balloon modelling, storytime, teddy bear hunt hospital and a teddy hospital, where Dr Honey-Paw will be doing health checks on teddies throughout the day.

8 At Hengistbury Head...

The Live4it Locations team need your help!

They are spending the whole of tomorrow around the Hengistbury Head area to pick up as much litter to protect the wildlife and the world we live in.

Enjoy beautiful woodland and the beach in the summer sun, all whilst doing a good deed for the environment and future generations.

Meet at the Hengistbury Head Visitor Centre to collect your rubbish bag.

9 In Winchester...

Get up close and personal with magnificent minibeasts at Winchester Science Centre this weekend.

The event takes place as a drop-in session in the Invention Studio available on Saturday and Sunday, between 10:30 and 15:00. It is free with general admission and recommend that under 12s have direct adult supervision and under 16s have parental consent.

After, pick up a free spotters trail to explore Magdalen Hill Down, the adjacent Butterfly Conservation reserve and enjoy views across the South Downs National Park - perfect for a sunny July day!

10 In Millbrook...

Mansel Park sees a football tournament on Sunday from midday in aid of Southampton Doing It For The Kids charity.

The Saints pub, The Angel pub, The Ugly Inside, The Elephant and Castle and hot favourites SDIFTK FC will be vying for the honour of lifting the trophy, and raising lots of money for the charity run by local people, which supports young people with additional needs, and their families, all from the SO postcode area.

There will be a live band, bouncy castle and burger bar, as well as lots of entertainment on the pitch.