Congratulations. You've made it four fifths of the way through the working week.

As a reward, here's a selection of events in and around Hounslow where you can unwind this weekend, or, for those fans of forward planning, next.

The secret garden at Cranford Park
 

Volunteer at the Secret Garden in what was once the kitchen courtyard of Cranford House. Tools are provided.

What? Secret Garden opening and volunteer session

Where? Cranford Park, off The Parkway, Cranford

When? Sunday, July 13, 10am-midday

Cost? Free

Gunnersbury Park 10K in 2013
 

Test your fitness in the annual Gunnersbury Park 10K charity fun run, raising money for Action for Blind People.

Runners of all abilities are welcome to take part and entries will be accepted on the day at Popes Lane Car Park, from 9.30am.

What? Gunnersbury Park 10K

Where? Gunnersbury Park (register on the day at Popes Lane Car Park

When? Sunday, July 13, 10.30am (registration from 9.30am)

Cost? £12 including T-shirt and medal

Channel your inner hero and use a fire hose is among the attractions at a fun day in Heston this weekend.

Visitors can get a closer look at a fire engine and see if they have what it takes to be a firefighter during the free event at Heston Community Sports Hall.

A bird of prey display, a military fitness workout and various stalls, including old favourites like guess the weight of the cake, are among the other activities taking place.

The fair is organised by The 2000 Club, a sports and social group for people with disabilities.

What? Big Community Sports & Activity Fun Day

Where? Heston Community Sports Hall, Heston Road, Heston TW5 0QZ

When? Sunday, July 13, 2pm-6pm

Cost? Free

Bonalu celebrations held last year by the Telangana NRI Forum
 

More than 500 people are expected to turn out this weekend for one of the biggest dates in the Telangana calendar.

The Bonalu festival, at which Hindu worshippers pay thanks and make offerings to the goddess Yellamma, will be celebrated at Isleworth and Syon School for Boys.

People of all faiths and no faith are invited to enjoy traditional dancing and live music at the event, on Sunday from 12.30pm to 5.30pm.

The celebrations will begin at 10.30am that morning, with a procession from the Laxminarayan Temple, in Neville Close, Hounslow.

Telangana is a state in southern India, the capital of which is Hyderabad. The native tongue Telugu is the third most commonly spoken language in India.

What? Bonalu festival

Where? Isleworth and Syon School for Boys, Ridgeway Road, Isleworth TW7 5LJ

When? Sunday, July 13, 12.30pm-5.30pm

Cost? Free

Sebastian Foucan
 

James Bond baddie and freerunning pioneer Sebastien Foucan will be among the star attractions at a free sporting jamboree in Chiswick next weekend.

People of all ages and abilities will be able to try their hand at 40 different sports, including a freerunning masterclass from the Casino Royale villain Foucan. Other sports available on the day range from American Football to horse riding.

Clare Balding with Ollie the Octopus from New Chiswick Pool at the end of the mascot race during the 2013 Super Saturday of Sport
 

Celebrated dancer and Chiswick resident Wayne Sleep will open the event, alongside BBC5 Live Sports presenter Kelly Cates, before leading a jazz ballet session.

What? Get Active Hounslow Super Saturday of Sport

Where? Turnham Green, Chiswick

When? Saturday, July 19, 11am-4pm

Cost? Free

See: www.supersaturdayofsport.co.uk

Milton Jones, Stephen K Amos and Harry Hill are all set to headline shows during the Bearcat Comedy Club’s birthday festival week.

Milton Jones’ show at the club in the Turk’s Head, St Margarets, next Wednesday, July 16, is already sold out.

But tickets are available for Stephen K Amos and guests the following Monday, July 21, and Harry Hill on Wednesday, July 23.

The club is also hosting the first leg of the Mic, Bike ‘n’ Hike Macmillan Cancer Support Charity event next Sunday, July 20.

What? Bearcat Comedy Club birthday festival week

Where? Bearcat Comedy Club, Turk’s Head, Winchester Rd, St Margarets TW1 1LF

When? Milton Jones (Wednesday, July 16, 7.30pm), Macmillan Mic, Bike ‘n’ Hike (Sunday, July 20, 8pm), Stephen K Amos (Monday, July 21, 8pm), Harry Hill (Wednesday, July 23, 8pm)

Cost? £15 (£13 members) for the normal Bearcat nights or £16 for the Mic, Bike ‘n’ Hike

See: www.bearcatcomedy.co.uk or www.micbikehike.co.uk

The big top is coming to Brentford next weekend, with tickets available from just £6.99.

Circus Zyair is bringing its two-hour show, including high wire balancing, the Wheel of Death and juggling, to Boston Manor Park for three days. Tickets for the first day’s performances are just £6.99.

What? Circus Zyair

Where? Boston Manor Park, Boston Manor Road, Brentford TW8 9JX

When? Friday, July 18, at 5pm and 7.30pm; Saturday, July 19, at 11am, 3pm and 6pm; and Sunday, July 20, at 11am and 3pm

Cost? £6.99 - £22

See: circus-zyair.co.uk