1. The London Sports Trust and Change 4 Life is running free sports for the family at South Park in Fulham on July 30th. Sessions take place at various Hammersmith & Fulham parks on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays throughout the summer (10am to 11.30am). Call 020 8735 1589 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
2. Britain’s entry into the First World War will be marked by a service at St Barnabas Church in Pitshanger Lane, Ealing, W5 1QG. The refurbished war memorial will be rededicated in memory all those who have given their lives for others in all wars. The service begins at 10.30am on Sunday August 3.
3. First World War memorabilia including logbooks, memoirs, photographs, manuals and letters can be read and examined at archive showings at RAF Museum in Colindale. It is a rare opportunity for curious history fans to pick the brains of experts. Sessions are 11am, noon, 2pm and 3pm this weekend (August 2-3) and there is space for 12 people per session. Go here to book .
4. Sporty youngsters can get involved with one of two summer sports camps in Ruislip. Children aged between four and 12 can attend for just one morning or afternoon, a full day or the whole week. All staff are CRB checked and fully qualified. www.elmsholidayschemes.co.uk.
5. Children can meet their favourite adventurer Dora the Explorer at the WWT London Wetland Centre on August 9. Kids can pick up a free Passport which has eight wildlife themed challenges with a sticker for every adventure completed. The centre is in Queen Elizabeth’s Walk, Barnes, SW13 9WT from 10.30am and 4pm.