HERE’S your guide to what’s on today, as compiled by the Post series.


CHALTON: Butser Ancient Farm, Chalton Lane, 10am to 5pm. Weapons and Warriors: Father’s Day Special - meet the Romans, find out how the Roman army lived and fought in Britain. Free with normal admission. Contact 023 9259 8838 or visit

EAST MEON: The Mackinlay’s Garden, Cross Keys, The Cross, 2pm to 4.30pm. All Saints Jazz afternoon, a fete with a difference. Enjoy an afternoon listening to jazz, with afternoon teas, stalls including games, cakes and produce. Entry £2, children free.

GRAYSHOTT: Grayshott Road, 10.30am. Father’s Day Celebrations at GreenAcres Heatherley Wood, Cemetery and Ceremonial Park. Spend precious time together as a family this Father’s Day and take the opportunity to reflect and give thanks and recognise why fathers are so special. Ticket-only event. Reserve a ticket by donating a minimum of £2 for Pancreatic Cancer Action. Contact 01428 715915 or visit

HORNDEAN: Technology College, Barton Cross, 10am to 1pm. Learn to dance in a day. Free. No need for a partner, no need to book, just turn up, ages from 18. For further information visit

LIPHOOK: Deer’s Hut, Griggs Green, Longmoor Road, 10am-6pm. Classic car day. Free entry.

PETERSFIELD: St Peter’s Church, The Square, 11am to 5.30pm. St Peter’s Flower Festival - Creation. Entrance by donation. Refreshments available.

SELBORNE: Gilbert White’s House, High Street, 10.30 to 5pm. Unusual Plant Fair with stalls, talks and demonstrations. Cost £6. Visit

TROTTON: Elsted Inn, Elsted Marsh. Alested - family festival with beer, food and live music. Free entry. For further details contact 01730 813662 or visit

WESTBOURNE: near Emsworth, 10.30am to 5pm. Westbourne Open Gardens, 20 country houses open their gardens. Tea and cake, raffle, BBQ. Tickets available on the day £8 (under 14s free). All proceeds go to local charities and groups. Visit

WINCHESTER: Cathedral, The Close, 10am to 4pm. Stone Festival, a special opportunity to meet some of the UK’s leading cathedral stonemasons and learn about the art of stonemasonry. Free admission. Visit


SOUTH HARTING: Uppark House, 12.30pm to 4pm. Women of Uppark: In her Shoes. Explore the roles of five different women who worked and lived in Uppark House. Normal admission applies. Contact 01730 825415.


SHEET: Community Garden, Adhurst Estate Allotments, Waterworks Road, 2pm to 5pm. Curious about growing vegetables and fruit and would also like to join in with the harvest of the latest produce. For further details contact 07889 805044 or e-mail [email protected]

Organisers of events also can enter details on this website so that residents and visitors can have the widest choice of entertainments and activities to enjoy in Petersfield, East Hampshire and beyond.