1A Crop Circle Exhibition & Information Centre, opens at 11am today at the Honeystreet Mill Cafe, Honeystreet, Pewsey. The restored multi-media exhibition features the key facts of the crop circle phenomenon and mixes it with stunning photography.

The exhibition was curated by researchers Monique Klinkenbergh and Andreas Müller. Visitors can also enjoy cakes, ice-cream, sandwiches and salads. It is free entry. For more details call 01672 851853.

2 The Great British Garden Party licks off at 6.30pm, at Blenheim Palace, Woodstock today. Discover a quintessentially British affair with iconic characters, music, food and an exciting firework finale at this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Explore the palace and its Capability Brown landscaped park, walk in the footsteps of our greatest Briton, Sir Winston Churchill, who was born at Blenheim, take a spoonful of sugar listening to storytime with Mary Poppins in the Secret Garden and come face to face with Britain’s very own Bond, James Bond.

Tickets are £28, annual pass £25, Children £16.50, Under fives go free. For more details call 01993 810530.

3 Legoland Windsor Resort will be hosting its first-ever Summer of Fun event, which will invite guests to join an awesome Beach Party built just for kids, hosted at the resort’s new 10m long sandy beach, with of beach activities for all the family to enjoy.

Also it has unveiled its first giant sand sculpture. The 20-tonne creation is now finished, depicting a family of huge Lego Minifigures enjoying the summer sun on the beach. There are a host of worlds to explore including Lego Ninjago World, the Raft Racers in Duplo Valley and the Kingdom of the Pharoahs.

There is also Lego Reef where fans can create underwater creatures out of virtual Lego bricks before waving them off into a floor to ceiling digital reef.

The main rides are: Vikings’ River Splash, the log flume and the Pirate Falls Treasure Quest which starts as a leisurely boat ride with the odd water spray thrown in for good measure with pirate-themed tableaux.

There is also an underwater submarine ride, Atlantis, the walk there passes the impressive-looking Drench Towers, which sits high up in Duplo Valley, said to be the largest water play structure in the UK. Lego Star Wars Miniland model display, which took an unbelievable 8,000 man hours and over 1.5 million bricks to create has 1,500 models.

Tickets from £32 on selected dates, when booked online at least seven days in advance. On until September.

4 CAT Summer Showcase waltzes into Swindon Dance, Regent Circus, Swindon from 7pm tomorrow. It is the end of year performances by students from three Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) Programmes based in Swindon and Exeter.

Performances will be in contemporary, jazz, classical and street dance, with work being portrayed by the students alongside professional choreographers Brooke and Shawn (Plague), Laura Gibson (Richard Alson Dance Company), Liara Barussi (Jukebox Collective) and Nicole Guarina (Mark Bruce Dance Company). CAT provides pre-vocational training in dance for exceptionally talented young dancers and is supported by the Department for Education (DfE)

Tickets for the summer showcase are from £5 - £8 on 01793 601700. The show is also on Sunday.

5 Coppelia & Cirque D’ete by students of Fitzgraham Academy based in Swindon takes place tomorrow from 6.30pm, at the Wyvern Theatre, Swindon.

The students will perform an enchanting production of the well-loved classical ballet in Act 1 and star in their very own circus in Act 2.

Children from as young as two will perform ballet, modern, tap, contemporary, singing and musical theatre alongside the adults. Tickets are £18 from 01793 524481.

6 Discover the Hidden Treasures of Coate from 1.30pm at the Coate Water Country Park, Marlborough Road, Swindon tomorrow.

Walk around the features of Coate Water Park. Join a leisurely stroll around one of Swindon’s beautiful hidden treasures with a fascinating “around the world trip”.

A local tree expert will give an interesting insight into the trees of Swindon’s own tree collection and dogs are welcome.

Meet at Coate Water Ranger Centre and wear clothes to suit the weather. The event leaders are Ian Barker and Dave Absalom.

This activity is free entry, but it is important to book in advance from 01793 490150.

7 Want to learn more about bushcraft and survival? Wild Westonbirt is a youth club with a difference, where youngsters participate in a range of traditional forest and survival skills, including practical conservation, den building, fire lighting, wildlife watching and woodland crafts.

Sign up to be a part of Wild Westonbirt from 10am tomorrow at Westonbirt The National Arboretum, (A433 three miles south east of Tetbury), Tetbury. It is free entry for those aged 14 to 18. For more details call 0300 067 4854.

8 Meet the Railway Workers takes place fortnightly on Saturdays at Steam Railway Museum,, Firefly Avenue, Rodbourne, Swindon. Whatever your age, the friendly team of volunteers will add to the Steam experience as you tour the museum.

They will welcome families aboard three famous locomotives: No. 4073 Caerphilly Castle, No. 3717 City of Truro, and No. 6000 King George V! You’ll even get to find out how the controls worked on the great engines! Expect to hear some fascinating anecdotes of what it was like to be a railway worker in the GWR heyday.

9 The Reservoir Raft-Race will be making a splash from 10am, on Sunday at Coate Water Country Park, Marlborough Road, Swindon.

Teams of five compete against each other and the clock to see who will be crowned the fastest raft-racer of 2018.

They build a raft from scratch, with the materials provided, and navigate around the white water course on the lake.

Entry is £35 per team, but it is free to watch.

For more details of the event, call 01793 490150.

10 National Open Garden Scheme sees TWIGSs community Garden open from 1pm on Sunday, next door to the Manor Garden Centre, Cheney Manor, Swindon. Delightful two acre community gardens are created and maintained by volunteers.

Features include seven individual display gardens, ornamental pond, plant nursery, Iron Age round house, artwork, a fitness trail, separate kitchen garden site, Swindon beekeepers which is overflowing with wild flowers and bees.

The Haven is at the far end of the site and is managed by FAB (Flowers and Butterflies). All monies raised through sales go directly towards funding the service. Tickets are £3, and children go free.