* Dads can put their feet up on Father’s Day this Sunday at a family fun day.

Children’s games, a barbecue and a tug of war are among the attractions at Woodland’s Tavern, in Isleworth.

There will also be live music, Irish dancing and a wheel of fortune, plus much more, during the afternoon.

Money raised on the day will go to the charity Across, which organises travel for people with disabilities and illnesses. It will help pay for a pilgrimage to Lourdes on July 24.

What? Family Fun Day for Across

Where? Woodlands Tavern, St John’s Road, Isleworth

When? Sunday, June 15, 1-6pm

Cost? Free entry

* As England prepare to take to the pitch in Brazil, up to 200 footballers are set to compete for the Gurkha VC Cup tomorrow in Feltham.

The annual tournament, now in its fifth year, is held in memory of the 13 Gurkha soldiers, from Nepal, to have been awarded the Victoria Cross - the UK’s highest military honour.

Players of all ages will compete in the nine-a-side competition, which is due to run from 8.30am until late afternoon/early evening.

One of the teams from the 2012 Gurkha VC Cup, held in Feltham
 

What? Gurkha VC Cup

Where? Feltham Community College, Browells Lane, Feltham

When? Saturday, June 14, from 8.30am

Cost? Free to watch

See: www.gnch.org.uk

Longitude is an interactive climate change thriller shot across three continents, and you can check out an exhibition complementing the show.

Artists in Barcelona, Lagos and London have teamed up to produce the play about criminals profiteering from a global water shortage, which is being screened online over three weeks.

Viewers are being encouraged to interact with characters from the show via Twitter, and to send in examples of global warming they encounter in their daily lives.

A gallery installation accompanying the show, by elastic future and Hellicar&Lewis, is at Watermans until July 23.

Longitude, an online climate change thriller shot across three continents. A gallery installation has been set up at Watermans, in Brentford, to accompany the show.
 

What? Longitude

Where? Watermans, High Street, Brentford

When? Now, until July 23

See: www.liftfestival.com

* Get fit while raising funds for cancer support at a Zumba party.

The Mulberry Centre, which provides support and advice for people with cancer and their families, is holding a Latin-themed summer party.

All the profits from the two-hour dance-exercise session will go to the support centre, in the grounds of Isleworth’s West Middlesex Hospital.

Partygoers are asked to come dressed for ‘summer sun’, with a prize on offer for the best outfit.

What? Mulberry Centre Summer Zumba Party

Where? Osterley Sports and Athletics Centre, Wood Lane, Isleworth TW7 5FF

When? Saturday, June 21 3.30pm – 5.30pm

Cost? £10 in advance or £15 on the door. Book online at tmczumba2014.eventbrite.co.uk or call 020 8321 6304

* There’s a pint waiting for you at the end of this riverside walk or run – that’s if you needed any more motivation than knowing you’re helping Cancer Research UK continue its vital work at Hammersmith Hospital.

The annual Fuller’s London Pride 10K will start and finish at Homefields Park South, opposite Chiswick’s Griffin Brewery.

Participants will wind their way along the Thames, via Chiswick and Hammersmith bridges, with plenty of pub stops for walkers. The route is suitable for all ages and is buggy and wheelchair friendly.

There will be a warm-up in the park before walkers set off at 10am and runners at 11am, with entertainment and food throughout the day, plus massages and a free drink for all finishers.

Entrants limber up ahead of last year's Fuller's London Pride 10k run and walk
 

What? Fuller’s London Pride 10K

Where? Homefields Park South, Chiswick

When? Sunday, June 22, from 9am

Cost? £10 in advance for walkers and £15 for runners, or £15 and £20 on the day. Under-18s go free.

See: www.cancerresearchuk.org/support-us/find-an-event/fullers-london-pride-10k-2014