If you're wondering what to do this weekend, the WGS has five ideas.

  • Have a Hoot at Birdland - running from October 24 - November 1.

The Parliament of Owls is the latest attraction at the Bourton-on-the-Water wildlife park which is home to eight different owl species.

Celebrate one of the most iconic bird species this half term, while gaining awareness of their plight in the wild and what we can all do to help protect them.

Birdland Park and Gardens, Rissington Rd, Bourton-on-the-Water

Included in price of admission.

For more click here.

  • Climate Challenge by A Line Art - Saturday, October 24.

A bespoke, playful game to celebrate the power of imagination.

The first family show after lockdown to play, hop, wiggle, jump and discuss current issues about the environment and how we can all play our part.

The Pound Arts Centre, Corsham, time slots available for booking throughout the day.

Free event - pay what you can afford.

For more click here.

  • Painswick: Paradise and Puppy Dog Pie: A Guided Walk - Saturday, October 24.

A guided tour and hear about the origin of bowls, donkey doors, Puppy Dog Pie and the famous Clypping ceremon and raise a cup to some of the famous sons and residents of Painswick.One of whom went on to create a beverage empire.

Meet at the Lychgate of St Mary's Church, New Street, Painswick from 11am-12.30pm.

Priced at £12 per person.

Get tickets here.

  • Spooktacular Halloween Fun - running from October 25-28.

Lots to keep your little horrors happy with terrible tales, gruesome gags and scary stories! Pull on your wellies and set off on a spooky adventure around the grounds, hunting down Halloween themed decorations.

Included in the price of admission.

Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire.

For more click here.

  • Baby Cookies - Saturday, October 24.

You will be given four freshly baked cookies to decorate in baby themed icing during the two and a half hour course.

You’re asked to bring a mask and your own drink.

Priced at £50 per person.

The course runs from 11am-1.30pm.

23 St Mary Street, Thornbury.

To book click here.