A week today There Might be Giants and if we survive that, I think that calls for a Pollinator Party! These two family friendly events are jam packed with cake, chickens and creative fun.

And this year the fringe is alive with the sounds of the Vegetable Orchestra and a Musical Garden Party. To hear your dog woof with joy, visit The Inner Temple Dog Show for a glorious day that celebrates the bond between gardener and dog.

To get those green fingers wiggling join in at Pop Brixton, find out how to Grow edibles in six inches of soil, learn how to create a hothouse vertical window garden or enjoy a Salad Daze.

And out of London we have Now and Zen and a Meditative woodland walk in Henley on Thames. You can also explore Cirencester next weekend with a Daisy-chain trail – a beautiful, musical delight of a day in the Cotswolds.

Fringe fun doesn’t stop just because the weekend has. To fight those back to work blues why not take a rare opportunity to stroll around Lambeth Palace Gardens at night, go on an Evening Wildflower Walk or be an After Work Forager.

I can guarantee that your 9-5 will be a distant memory after The Guerilla Gardeners’ tour

Creative souls can listen to award-winning poetry from Edward Barker among floral art and enjoy floral photography by Polly Wreford and Mary Norden.

I think there’s no better way to celebrate the season than to mosey on down to an event that celebrates gardeners and creatives that help put a spring in our step.

For more event info: all London events next week, all UK fringe events and all international events.