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Things to do in Hampshire this weekend

PUBLISHED: 10:30 24 June 2019 | UPDATED: 10:30 24 June 2019

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Some of the best things to do in Hampshire this weekend (28, 29, 30 June): art exhibitions, walks, concerts, theatre, places to visit and other events and days out

Details of events correct at time of publishing.

Flora Domestica - Throughout June

Hinton Ampner, near Alresford

Throughout June, Hinton Ampner's ground floor rooms will house floral displays inspired by the arrangements that former owner Ralph Dutton loved to have in the house. Flora Domestica: the Art of Flower Arrangement will treat visitors to beautiful scent, colour and structure. There are more floral 'hot spots' to discover in the gardens including thousands of fragrant roses.


Summer Social - Ongoing event

The Point, Eastleigh

The Point invites you to venture outside for six weeks of live music, outdoor cinema, wellbeing workshops and family fun. Summer Social begins with the free outdoor festival Eastleigh Unwrapped on 22 June; bringing the best UK and international companies to Eastleigh, offering a jam-packed day of performance and activity for all the family.


Live Comedy - Saturday 29 June

Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, Romsey

Live comedy in a picturesque garden setting. Hosted by The House of Comedy and compered by BBC broadcaster Sam Fraser, enjoy the comedic talents of, among others, Simon Brodkin (Lee Nelson), Geoff Norcott (The Mash Report), Tanyalee Davis (Live at the Apollo), plus Romsey favourite Elle Bert. Pack a picnic and something to sit on.


Neptune Girls - Saturday 29 June

Groudlings Theatre, 42 Kent Street, Portsea PO1 3BS


Open Garden - Sunday 30 June

Little Owls, Lee-on-the-Solent PO13 9HR

A suburban 40ft x 40ft plot championing the small garden. A variety of shrubs and perennials for shade and sun in a colourful and exuberant style, attracting bees and butterflies, a pond full of newts with hovering damsel flies, a sedum green roof with solitary bee house and a bonsai collection.


Milford Artisan Market - Sunday 30 June

Milford-on-Sea Community Centre

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