The Guildford International Music Festival is in its 11th year
A few suggestions to help you plan the next few weeks.
KIDS & FAMILY
If you or your children fancy a bit of culture, visit the 11th Guildford International Music Festival, which finishes on 16 March.
There will be 60 events over the course of the festival.
Runnymede Ramblers have a 5.5 mile walk at Friday Street, Abinger Bottom, Holmbury St Mary. Leaving Addlestone Garfield Rd car park at 9.30am for the start at Friday Street car park at 10.15am.
If you feel inspired by the history and nature of Farnham Park you wouldn't be the first. Others have put that inspiration to use by making paintings, drawings and sculptures.
They are on display at Creative Response, in Farnham, as part of the 'Friday's in Farnham Park' exhibition. It will be open until 7 April.
Explore prints and printmaking at The Lightbox, in Woking. Discover how artists have used prints as a medium in the 20th and 21st centuries and learn about the techniques and tools of their trade. The exhibition runs until 16 April.
Polesden Lacey, the National Trust estate near Dorking, is offering visitors the chance of a guided tour of the main house over the next month.
The 1400 acre estate was once home to the society hostess Mrs Ronald Greville, who was a great friend of the late Queen Mother.
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