Discover Daylight Astronomy at the National Museum of Computing, at Bletchley Park, from 11am to 5pm on Saturday, August 23.
Weather permitting, you will be able to see four planets – Jupiter, Saturn, Venus, Mercury – and the Moon should be well placed to observe its craters. There will be special telescopes to let you look at the Sun in safety, and free talks on Daylight Astronomy and Practical Radio Astronomy for Amateurs (booking advised). See www.tnmoc.org
Picture: Paul Hyde & British Astronomical Association Radio Group