If your down in the dumps about England losing then get out and about in Maidenhead, Windsor, Slough, Burnham, Twyford and the surrounding area.
There is plenty on offer to cater for all tastes this weekend and hopefully some sunshine forecast as well.
Find out what's happening in your area below.
A Beatles tribute band with be performing at Burchetts Green Infant School’s summer fair which starts at noon.
There is also fancy dress at the 1960s themed event at the Burchetts Green Road venue on Saturday.
Families and fundraisers are preparing for a The Lions Club of Burnham's charity event on Sunday.
The Burnham Beeches Sponsored Bike Ride gives riders a choice of four routes through the historic woodland.
Entrants can choose between five, ten, 15 or 20 mile courses starting at 11.30am in Sir Henry Peeks Drive by Victory Cross.
A penalty shoot-out and bouncy castle are just some of the activities on offer at a family fun day in Cippenham on Saturday.
The Be Inspired Fun day has been organised by vInpsired students and teachers from East Berkshire College with proceeds going to the Teenage Cancer Trust and the NSPCC.
The event is being held at Cippenham Community Centre in Earls Lane from 12-3pm.
Food and drink will also be available.
The 32nd Cookham Village Fair will be held between 11am and 4.30pm on Saturday at Cookham Moor.
Attractions include a dog show, magic show, birds of prey and Punch and Judy.
It’s Juniper Fest in Flackwell Heath on Saturday from 11am-8pm
The annual family musical festival will also include children's activities, storytelling, inflatables and a craft tent.
The Midnight Rebel Band will be headlining the main stage and supported by performers including Komodo Krimes, Genie and The Jive Bombers.
The event is at Juniper Hill Primary School in Churchill Close.
The World Cup will be the theme of Holy Family Catholic School's summer fair this year.
It is from 12.30-4pm on Saturday at the High Street venue.
The fair will include traditional games for all the family including go-karts, a bouncy castle, gladiator dual, and a penalty shoot out, with visitors encouraged to turn up in their football shirts.
Little Marlow is holding its bi-annual Flower Festival. The theme is “Lest we forget” to mark the First World War centenary and cream teas will also be served.
It takes place at St John the Baptist Church in Church Road from 12-6pm Saturday and 2-6pm Sunday.
Redroofs Theatre School in Bath Road is holding a summer fete to include stalls, games, face-painting and a raffle.
Money raised will go to Rosie's Rainbow Fund (RRF) at the event which runs from 12.30-3.30pm on Sunday.
A series of events where people can security mark their cycles has been organised by Thames Valley Police.
Police officers are offering information on cycle safety and carrying out free bike markings at three venues across the area on Saturday.
These are at Cookham Library in High Road from 10am-1pm, Maidenhead Town Hall in St Ives Road from 1-3pm and outside the Rising Sun pub in Hurley High Street from 5-7pm.
Waltham St Lawrence Fete is on Saturday with the fete from 1-5pm and live bands after 5pm and an aerobatic display at 3pm.
It takes place at Oak Meadow in Shurlock Row.
Twyford & Wargrave:
Twyford Comets fun day at Stanlake Meadow recreation ground, Stanlake Lane, Twyford, from 9.30am-4.30pm on Saturday.
Robertson Languages Fun Run around Loddon Nature Reserve, Twyford, from 11.30am on Saturday. Free entry. Donations to Yeldall Manor.
There is a 5km and a 2km option.
Wargrave Rocks! Family music event is at The Piggott School in Twyford Road, Wargrave, from 12pm-7pm. Tickets cost £10, under-16s go free. Proceeds go to Camp Mohawk.
Visit www.campmohawk.org.uk for tickets and details.
Car boot sale at The Piggott School, Twyford Road, in aid of the RNLI from 8am-1pm on Sunday.
Upton Lea Unity Community Games at Iqra Islamic Primary School in Fernside, off Wexham Road from 12-6pm on Saturday.
This event promises to be a fun family day out.
A gluten-free food fair is set to be held at Royal Windsor Racecourse on Saturday (June 21).
Organised by the Berkshire volunteer group of Coeliac UK, it will open to members of the charity at 10am, and will then be open to all from 11am until 4pm.
Entry is free. Contact Ian on 07717 177574 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
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