Home Things to do Things to do Things to do: Glow in the gardens and a 300-year-old set of dinner plates up for sale Keep your diary up-to-date with our selection of unmissable events and things to do in the next few weeks. How to re-wild your garden, from ponds and trees to attracting butterflies and hedgehogs Joel Aston — one half of the 'butterfly brothers', along with his sibling Jim — explains how rewilding gardens to attract myriad species, from nectar-feeding insects to newts, birds and hedgehogs. 10 sustainability myths busted, and six things you can do to make a real difference Prince Charles backs 'Pick for Britain': ‘The great Second World War movement — The Land Army — is being rediscovered’ The 12 party games of Christmas The Twelve Days of Christmas land you with 12 days of enforced revelry. That’s 12 sub-sets of step-relations, 12 afternoons and evenings, 12 tailbacks on the M25. Kit Hesketh-Harvey suggests 12 games to keep you sane. The most haunted houses that you can visit in England and Wales Ghosts and country houses go together like strawberries and cream. We name some of the country's best known haunted houses that you can actually visit. The man who made Glasgow: Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) The legacy of Scotland’s best-loved designer transcends the tragedies of his life and greatest work, says Charlotte Rostek. Things to do in half-term, from Legoland to Petworth, and a deer safari in Shropshire Farewell, brave riders: British Army's White Helmets to disband after 90 years Don't miss their final performances. Royal Hospital Chelsea to host premier showjumping event Nine of the world's top 10 riders will battle it out on the London leg of the Longines Global Champions Tour. Where to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen 2017 marks the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's death. Here are exhibitions and events that mark the occasion. The alternative Season: 20 things you must do this summer Anna Tyzack recommends the best alternative ways to enjoy the British summer season. Come on in, the water’s lovely: Why we all love a lido Britain’s historic outdoor swimming pools, long neglected, are back in business. 10 things to do after work in London Living and working in London during the week? We reveal 10 activities to keep you entertained after hours.