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Beach Buggin' returns to Southsea Common this week. Picture: Michael Scaddan (073351-0022) PPP-140708-110901001
Beach Buggin' returns to Southsea Common this week. Picture: Michael Scaddan (073351-0022) PPP-140708-110901001
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Your quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area

DAY OUT: SUMMER FAYRE

Castle Road, Southsea, Saturday and Sunday, 10am-8pm

Castle Road’s annual summer fayre returns to take everything unique, independent and great about Portsmouth and squeeze it into one tiny street.

MUSIC: WICKHAM FESTIVAL

Blind Lane, Wickham, Saturday and Sunday, 12-11pm

Pack your wellies for a weekend at Wickham Festival, with rock icons The Levellers and Celtic fusion stalwarts Peatbog Faeries topping the bill.

MOTORING: BEACH BUGGIN’ 2017

Southsea Common, Sunday, 10am-4pm

Now in its 17th year, Beach Buggin’ – one of the UK’s largest classic and custom car and camper rally – is a celebration of all things Volkswagen.

POP: SAM AND THE WOMP

Southsea Bandstand, Sunday, 1-4pm

Sam and the Womp topped the charts in 2012 with their Balkan-tinged dance hit Bom Bom. See the eclectic duo perform as part of the Live at the Bandstand season.

HERITAGE: RURAL CRAFTS DAY

Little Woodham, Rowner, Sunday, 10.30am-4.30pm

See historical craftsmen and women – from leather workers and walking stick makers to quilters and blacksmiths – authentically plying their trades at the Rural Crafts Day.

KIDS: GROUNDLINGS SCHOOL

Groundlings Theatre, Portsea, starts Monday

Going back to school has never felt so good for those aged from seven to 25 who will create a stunning stage show in just one week.