It's Get Outdoors! month here at yours.co.uk, so to celebrate we've put together a few ideas to get you out and about...
Now open: A new exhibition has opened at Stonehenge, Wiltshire, looking at its history as a tourist attraction (pictured above). For more information visit the English Heritage website.
Also now on until June 28 is Election! Britain Votes; an exhibition all about the elections of the past century including photographs, campaign posters and personal effects. At the People's History Museum, Manchester. Visit www.phm.org.uk.
Russell Watson plays his The Best of British concert at the Royal Albert Hall this Saturday, June 6. The performance will include classics such as Jerusalem, Rule, Britannia and Abide With Me. Call 0207 838 3109 or visit www.raymondgubbay.co.uk
Popular BBC series the Antiques Roadshow will film at The Royal William Yard, Plymouth on June 11. Should you be in the area, why not pop along with your valuables between 9.30am and 4.30pm. You might even spot Fiona Bruce! Visit the Yard's website.
Hark back to the Seventies with Gilbert O'Sullivan And His Band. Their UK tour begins on June 11 and continues until the 21st. Contact your local theatre or visit the ticketmaster website.
Take part in a FREE singing workshop with ladies' choir, Viva Acappella, in Bexley, Kent on June 10. Anyone who loves to sing and perform should not miss out on the chance to sing 'a cappella' with these local high-flighing singers. 10am-4pm. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.vivaacappella.co.uk
Those of you in Glasgow might like to join in with Twilight in the Park, a 5k evening walk on Saturday, June 13 in support of the Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation. The charity is raising funds for and awareness of Vasculitis. A short film awaits you at the end of the route… Adults £10, but fundraisers making £50+ may enter for free. Buy tickets here.
Also on June 13 is Audley in Bloom at Audley End House and Gardens, Essex. Join the garden team for a day or workshops, music and cream teas. Ask your gardening questions and pick up some green-fingered tips. Adult £16, Conc £14.30, English Heritage members free. Visit their website for further information.
Another charity walk the same weekend is Dogs Unite! for Guide Dogs. London's Largest Dog Walk is planned for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Sunday, June 14 - but there might be a similar event near you. Visit www.dogsunite.org.uk for details.
Finally, on two dates this month (June 14 and 28), enjoy Free Music in the Park at Gibside's Grand Avenue, Tyne & Wear. This year there will be brass bands, steel bands, jazz and bluegrass aplenty! Call 01207 541820 or visit the National Trust's website.
For more events and leisure listings, pick up a copy of Yours magazine, out every fortnight on a Tuesday