The What, Where, When: 27 June

The Lady pick for the best events over the coming days
WHAT: All about Gardening – Lincolnshire. A large annual horticultural show with 300 exhibitors, a craft marquee and a food court.
WHERE: Lincolnshire Showground, Grange-de-Lings, Lincoln, LN2 2NA
WHEN: 27-29 June

WHAT: East Neuk Festival. The tenth annual East Neuk festival will feature live concerts and literary readings which will be held in several of East Neuk's old churches.
WHERE: Various venues, East Neuk , Fife, Scotland
WHEN: 27 June – 06 July

WHAT: International Print Biennale. Print awards, exhibitions and activities featuring the best of British and International printmaking.
WHERE: Various venues, Newcastle upon Tyne
WHEN: 27 June- 8 August

WHAT: Miele Steam Patisserie Event Featuring Rachel Khoo. Pop up Patisserie on Regent's street will allow visitors to sample steam baked pastries and master classes available for those who want to learn how to make some of Khoo's recipies or a loaf of bread using a series of the world's first steam patisseries being launched by Miele.
WHERE: Miele Gallery, 15-19 Cavendish Place, London W1G 0QE
WHEN: 2 July - 4 July

WHAT: Independent Booksellers Week. Celebrating independent booksellers with the IBW Book of the Year Award and National Group Reading Day.
WHERE: Nationwide
WHEN: 28 June – 5 July

WHAT: Shrewsbury Food Festival. Celebrating local eateries and craftspeople.
WHERE: Various venues, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
WHEN: 28 June – 29 June

WHAT: Village Fete, Temple Guiting. Events and attractions include a dog show, dog agility show, tea room, coconut shy and traditional craft stalls.
WHERE: Village Hall, Temple Guiting
WHEN: 28 June

WHAT: 50th Prohibition Party. A night of band performances, Charleston dance-offs silent cinema and dancing troupes, a "unique and clandestine revival of an enchanting past".
WHERE: Bloomsbury Ballroom 37-63 Southampton Row, London, WC1B 4DA
WHEN: 28 June

WHAT: Environmental Photographer of the Year 2014. Exhibiting the best of this year's nature photography and films selected out of 10 000 entries.
WHERE: Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
WHEN: 23 June – 4 July

WHAT: Fire Engine and Vintage Vehicle Show. Various events including a vintage vehicle rally, arena display and trade stands.
WHERE: Preston Hall Park, Yarm Road, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 3RH
WHEN: 28-29 June

WHAT: Art and Sculpture Exhibition. War artist Anna Redwood will exhibit work based on her time spent on tour in Afghanistan using a variety of found objects and scrap metal.
WHERE: 'La Galleria Pall Mall', 30 Royal Opera Arcade, London SW1Y 4UY
WHEN: 23 – 27 June

WHAT: Desmond Elliot Prize for New Fiction. Award ceremony honouring new novelists.
WHERE: Fortnum and Mason, 181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER
WHEN: 26 June

WHAT: The Boodles Tennis. Mere Golf Resort and Spa present a three day tennis tournament accompanied by a garden party in the resort's picturesque grounds.
WHERE: Mere Golf and Country Club, Chester Road, Mere, Knutsford, WA16 6LJ, Cheshire
WHEN: 26 June – 28 June

WHAT: The Gillespie Mcandrews Hopetoun Horse Trials. Fourth annual horse trials accompanied by traditional Scottish food and drink.
WHERE: Hopetoun House, South Queensferry EH30 9SL, West Lothian
WHEN: 26 – 29 June

WHAT: BP Portrait Award. Exhibition presenting the best entries to this year's BP Portrait award
WHERE: National Portrait Gallery, Martin's Place, London WC2H 0HE
WHEN: 26 June – 21 September

WHAT: Serpentine Gallery Pavilion. An architectural exhibition containing series of debates, interviews and films.
WHERE: The Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London, W2 3XA
WHEN: 26 June- 19 October

WHAT: Cheltenham Music Festival. Celebrating classical music with a number of orchestral concerts, with artists including Nicola Benedetti, Tony Banks and Mark Padamore.
WHERE: Various venues, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
WHEN: 2 July – 13 July

WHAT: John Smith's Northumberland Plate Festival. Horsing events described as "the Royal Ascot of the North- East", the largest event will close the event on Saturday afternoon.
WHERE: Newcastle Racehorse, High Gosforth Park, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE3 5HP
WHEN: 26 – 28 June

WHAT: NABS Big Bash: Stranger than summer. National Advertising Benevolent Society's annual fundraiser.
WHERE: The HAC Artillery Gardens, City Road, Moorgate, London EC1Y 2BQ
WHEN: 26 June

WHAT: Merseyside Women of the Year. Event celebrating the achievements of women who change lives.
WHERE: Crowne Plaza Hotel, St Nicholas Palace, Princes Dock, Pier Head, Liverpool, L3 1QW
WHEN: 27 June

WHAT: Hebden Bridge Arts Festival. Twenty first annual event presenting a combination of poetry, music and comedy performances.
WHERE: Various venues, Hebden Bridge, Calderdale, West Yorkshire
WHEN: 27 June – 5 July

WHAT: Deal Festival. A variety of performances including opera, choir and orchestra, both classical and contemporary.
WHERE: Various venues, Kent
WHEN: 27 June – 6 July

WHAT: Beaminster Festival of Music and Arts. Fifty – second annual festival with a variety of performances including classical and folk as well as a series of workshops, exhibitions and lectures.
WHERE: Various venues, Beaminster, Dorset
WHEN: 28 June – 6 July

WHAT: All about Dogs – Lincoln. The region's largest event for working and show dogs. The event will feature professional advice, shopping opportunities and demonstrations for pet owners.
WHERE: Lincolnshire Showground, Grange-de-Lings, Lincoln LN2 2NA
WHEN: 28 – 29 June

WHAT: Hopkins International Polo in Suffolk. A day packed with polo matches as well as a variety of other entertainment features.
WHERE: Trinity Park, Ipswich, 1P3 8UH, Suffolk
WHEN: 29 June

WHAT: Waterloo Festival. 'War and the world 1914' themed event in celebration of Waterloo.
WHERE: St John's Road, London, SE1 8TY
WHEN: 26 June – 1 July