1 In Grayshott...

GRAYSHOTT Pottery’s one day courses are the perfect start for people wanting to try their hand at throwing clay on a potter’s wheel.

They run these courses in small class sizes to ensure you get as much one on one tuition as possible – and there’s one this weekend.

The course includes: clay preparation, throwing bowls and upright pots and one masterpiece fired and glazed.

Grayshott Pottery will also provide refreshments throughout the day and a tasty lunch with the group in the Kiln Café.

2 In Gosport...

RETURNING after a three year break, don't miss this exhibition showcasing the work of Hampshire artists at Gosport Gallery.

Open Art 2020 will display pieces in a variety of media and subjects, and there will be an opportunity to purchase an original piece of art.

The gallery in Walpole Road is open this Saturday between 10am and 4pm.

3 In Portsmouth...

AN OPEN day at Portsmouth History Centre to see treasure from the city archives is taking place this Saturday.

Book a one to one session for help using family history websites or for a workshop to help you read handwriting in old documents.

Free, booking essential for one to ones and workshops.

See Portsmouth History Centre's website for further details.

4 In Winchester...

CELEBRATE Real Bread Week and discover how Winchester City Mill's freshly milled stone-ground flour is combined with local ingredients to create a variety of delicious breads.

Sample some goodies and take away recipe cards for a small donation.

Winchester City Mill is a restored water mill situated on the River Itchen in the centre of the ancient English city of Winchester.

The mill is owned by the National Trust and is a Grade II listed building.

5 In Portsmouth...

THRILLING tales from a modern day explorer are being told this Sunday at Kings Theatre in Portsmouth.

From crossing Antarctica to conquering Everest, Ben Fogle will take the audience on an inspiring adventure.

Join Ben in this uplifting and exciting show, when he'll be sharing his stories of the wilderness.

He has climbed Everest, been swimming with crocodiles, saved elephants, dodged pirates, been marooned for a year on an uninhabited island, walked to the South Pole, Crossed the Empty Quarter with camels, rowed across the Atlantic Ocean, tracked the Migration of the Wilderbeest, swum from Alcatraz, had a flesh eating disease and messed around with ferrets.

Tickets online.

6 In Winchester...

SK SHLOMO is a world record-breaking beatboxer who makes all kinds of music using just his mouth and a mic.

Join this sonic superhero at Winchester Theatre Royal this Sunday as he performs a beatbox adventure.

Become one of his sidekicks in a world of funny sounds, brilliant noises and cool music, whether you're aged 1 or 101.

7 In Southampton...

SOLENT Concert Orchestra's spring event is at Christ Church Freemantle Southampton on Sunday.

It will feature music from Schubert, Faure, Mendelssohn and Dvorak.

Tickets £10. Under 16s free. Tickets available on the door or online.

This concert is in aid of The Society of St James, Hampshire's leading homelessness charity.

Photo: Howard Moore

8 In Winchester...

DON’T forget that Jake Wood-Evans’ finest art is on display in Winchester until the end of March.

Evans’ new body of work, produced for this solo exhibition at Winchester Discovery Centre’s Gallery, which is operated by Hampshire Cultural Trust, is a continuation of the artists’ exploration of memory and mortality.

Returning to his enduring love of the Baroque for inspiration, the likes of Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony Van Dyck, Nicolas Poussin and Jean-Baptiste Marie Pierre form the conceptual genesis for Relic.

9 In Basingstoke...

BEQUEATHING The Vyne to the National Trust in 1956, three rooms in the mansion will explore how Sir Charles Chute and the estate evolved through the turbulence of two world wars.

Sir Charles inherited The Vyne in 1892 and ultimately ensured its survival in the 20th Century.

Over 100 years of history will reveal how The Vyne has always been happiest when full of people.

Check out the exhibition this weekend.

10 In Winchester...

EXPLORE, discover and enjoy Winchester with two self-guided, quirky, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt.

Are you curious about Winchester? Looking for an unusual and quirky activity which gets you out in the fresh air whatever the weather?

Take one of the self-guided walks with a treasure hunt theme.

You’ll get everything – detailed directions, maps, clues , and interesting snippets about the history of Winchester and the people that have shaped it.