Trans Pride

Marlborough Theatre Brighton, Brunswick Park and Hove Lawns, today and tomorrow

For anyone wanting to show support for Trans Pride 2019, there are a number of ways you can do so.

The protest march is first up, at midday today, and will see hundreds make the journey from the Marlborough Pub and Theatre, on Prince’s Street, to Brunswick Square.

Once there, a party will be held at Brunswick Park from 1pm until 6pm.

As well as a stage which will feature live music, poetry and spoken word artists, there will also be health sessions, food and drink stalls and a children’s play area.

And on Sunday there is 5km fun run on Hove Lawns – why not go by and cheer the participants on.

Wakehurst Wild Wood

Wakehurst, Haywards Heath, Saturday, July 27 and Sunday, July 28

If you fancy an action packed day out that is fun for all the family, then Wakehurst has you covered next weekend.

You can venture round the heart of Wakehurst’s woodlands and take part in a number of activities that will delight all ages.

Visitors can immerse themselves in the magic of the woods as they move through different zones that lead from Bethlehem Wood to Pearcelands Wood and Coates Wood.

Woodland workers will be on hand to show off their skills – allowing youngsters to delight in the crafts they create.

Activities include sword-making and fire lighting.

Younger children can also enjoy the storytelling and woodland theatre spaces.

Wild Wood is free with entry to the Gardens. Adult ticket is £13.95. Children enter for free.

Engineering Open House Day

Brighton Toy and Model Museum, Brighton, Friday, July 26

Parents and youngsters are being invited to enjoy this toy-tastic open day and experience the world of engineering and technology..

Organised by the Institution of Engineering and Technology, visitors will be able to get a first hand insight into the careers on offer in this field.

If you or your little ones have an interest in engineering, or just simply love trains, cars and other feats of technological mastery then this is worth a visit to.

The event takes place from 2pm at the Brighton Toy and Model Museum on Trafalgar Street.