ALREADY thinking about the weekend?

With the weather warming up, the number of events taking place is starting to ramp up.

If you're looking for something to do on Saturday and Sunday, here's a guide to just some of the events taking place across Bournemouth, Christchurch, Poole and beyond. 

1. Race for Life returns to  Baiter Park in Poole, on Saturday. Women, men and children can choose from 3k, 5k and 10k events. There is also a chance to take part in Pretty Muddy - a mud-splattered obstacle course - and there’s a Pretty Muddy Kids option too. To enter, visit . 

2. Calling all bargain hunters! The Sobo Jumble Stroll returns for its second year this weekend. The event on Sunday, between 11am and 3pm, will see residents walk around their local area and hunt for bargains on their neighbours’ drives using a map which can be accessed on a mobile phone. More than 90 households have already signed up. For more information and to access the map, visit or email

3. The Bournemouth Airport Car Boot Sale will reopen on Sunday at the new location od Chapel Gate Circuit in Parley. The popular car boot sale will be open to sellers from 11am and buyers between 1pm and 4pm. Entry costs £1 per vehicle for buyers and £7 to sellers. It will be open every Sunday and bank holiday Monday.

4. There will be free yoga sessions on Sunday in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. Yoga fans will be able to take part in the one-hour sessions at Bournemouth Central Gardens, The Quomps and Upton Country Park between 9.30am and 10.30am.

5. Dog charity Staffie and Stray Rescue is holding a rehoming parade at West Parley Memorial Hall on Sunday at 9.45am. Anyone thinking of fostering, adopting or volunteering will be able to meet the team and dogs in need of new homes. Tea, coffee and cake will be available in exchange for a donation.

6. Boscombe Cliff Bowling Club is hosting an open day between 10am and 4pm on Sunday. Everyone is welcome to attend to find out more about the club and try bowls. 

7. Classic Cars on the Prom takes place on West Overcliff Promenade, behind the BIC, on Sunday between 11am and 4pm.