1 . Tiverton Players present Snow White and the Seven Dwarves featuring dancers from the Tanwood School for Performing from today at 7.30pm, in the Gorse Hill Community Centre, Chapel Street, Swindon. The traditional pantomime will have fun for all the family, with songs, dance and comedy rolled up in the fairy tale romance. Tickets are £6 adult, £4 kids family from 07780 965226. The panto runs until Saturday.

2 Laserquest Swindon operates a Family Entertainment centre, comprising of Laserquest, Indoor Soft play for younger children, a Video arcade and Cafe with free WiFi at Shaw Ridge Leisure Park, Whitehill Way, Swindon, Laserquest is a form of indoor Laser tag were players do battle in a darkened arena (think Star Wars) using low powered laser guns attached to vests with sensors for detecting hits. Kids will just love the adrenaline pumping exhilaration of stalking their opponents and unleashing a volley of Laser Fire in the Battle Zone of the next Century! Games of Laserquest are not just for children, adults can get a lot of fun and entertainment from playing too. In addition to standard games we offer a range of Kids Birthday Party packages, be it activity only or including food and a party room. These are generally good for youngsters aged six upwards. For more details call 01793 758 758 or visit http://www.lqswindon.co.uk/#

3 Community Cinema this week is screening the family film, Goodbye Christopher Robin, from 6pm, at Christ Church, Old Town, Cricklade Street, Swindon tomorrow. Refreshments are also available. Tickets available on the door are adults £4, children £2. For more details call 01793 617237.

4 Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum and Lacock Village near Chippenham are most recently known for being the set of TV shows and films such as Pride & Prejudice, Cranford and Harry Potter. The Wiltshire village has much to offer for a family day out tomorrow including its interesting history and picturesque surroundings. The Abbey is the former home of William Henry Fox Talbot, who invented the photographic negative process. There is a rope swing in the woodland garden and old tree trunks to climb on. Children can build dens and roam in the whole garden. There is parking, a gift shop, picnic area, baby changing Tickets are: Standard Family: £30.20. National Trust members and under 5s go free. For more details call 01249 730459

5 Eastcott Window Wanderland Art Workshop begins tomorrow from 6pm, at Savernake Hall, Savernake Street, Swindon. This is the first in a series of drop-in art workshops for the Eastcott Window Wanderland. The workshop is suitable for those seeking practical guidance from artists on suitable materials and how to decorate your window for the Eastcott Window Wanderland.

6 The Shoebox Theatre is throwing open its doors and offering free taster sessions for students tomorrow at their new home in Milton Road, Swindon. These sessions will give students the opportunity to experience drama classes and meet the teachers! From 9.30am -10.15am classes for ages 4-6; 11am-12pm classes for ages 7-10; 1pm-2pm classes for ages 11-14; 2.30pm-3.30pm there are taster classes for ages 15-18. For more details about the Shoebox Youth Theatre Open Day visit .www.shoeboxtheatre.org.uk.

7 Swindon’s ice rink, best known for its national-sized ice rink which houses an English Premier Ice Hockey League team, the Swindon Wildcats, is open tomorrow at the Link Centre, Whitehill Way, Swindon. Whether you are a beginner or pro, the Learn to Skate programme has ice skating lessons suitable for all ages and all abilities, associated with the nationally recognised National Ice Skating Association (NISA) programme. As an added bonus Learn to Skate pupils also get to skate for free on the evening public skating sessions to practice their new skills. Public ice skating sessions are for everyone whether you are a superstar in training or a beginner. For the smaller ones who may need extra support we have fun penguin skating aids or snowmen that can be their companion on the ice and help them find their feet. Pick up your penguin or snowman quickly as these fun little fellows are extremely popular and there can be a wait for one during peak session (skate aids cost £4 for half hour). The rink closes at 11pm. Sessions cost Junior (5-15): £31 (monthly direct debit), Adult: £37.95 (monthly direct debit)

8 Lambing time begins at Roves Farm around this time of year with the Poll Dorset Eves set to have their new lambs, but if there are none there is always the Indoor Activity Barn. It is open today for youngsters whatever the weather with giant slides, ropes, ball ponds, pedal tractors and craft tables to create paper crafts to take home. Enjoy homemade light lunches, cakes, snacks and drinks at the Woolly Sheep Café. There is also a Toddler Time and Big Kids Play in the barn. Outside youngsters can meet the animals and learn about farming. There are sheep, pigs and cattle farmed at the Severnfields farm near Highworth and a whole section of cuddly farm pets. For more details visit https://rovesfarm.co.uk/

9 Prime Theatre, with the Friends of Swindon Arts Centre has organised the 4th annual Young Arts Showcase. The event provides an exciting platform for young performers to express their creativity in a professional venue. The line-up includes a wide variety of acts, including drama, music, film and poetry, all of which is accompanied by various visual art exhibitions from local young artists. The last showcase included acts from: Lawn Manor School band, Media Makeup (Production Arts) from New College and various Swindon filmmakers. Ellis Evason, Young Producer, said, “I’ve been a part of the Young Arts Showcase since its first year. It’s always a great night and shines a light on the variety of talent that Swindon has to offer. I’m excited to see the new types of acts fully realised on stage.” Alan Wrixon, FoSAC, “We are once again delighted to be working with Prime Theatre to stage the Young Arts Showcase at the Arts Centre. This a chance for young people of varying talents to get on stage and show what they’re capable of.” The Swindon Young Arts Showcase takes place on Sunday. Tickets are £5 and can be purchased online at swindontheatres.co.uk or by calling into the Swindon Theatres Box Office on 01793 524481.

10 The Swindon and Cricklade Steam Railway offers families the chance to ride on a fully functioning locomotive. The railway's passenger line offers a round trip of just more than four miles, ideal jaunt length for kids of all ages! The site also houses a selection of historic rolling stock and steam engines so young chuff heads will not be disappointed and amateur trainspotters have plenty to learn. The exciting new extension to Taw Valley Station (and work in progress aiming at Mouldon Hill park) plus ongoing developments to the catering and hospitality sides mean it's a more comfortable and comprehensive day out. The Swindon and Cricklade Steam Railway is based at Blunsdon Station, Tadpole Lane in Blunsdon. For more details call 01793 771615