Weekend diary

Good morning from the Press Association. Here is the weekend diary.

Saturday January 25

RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch weekend.

Anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns (1759).

UTAH: Sundance Film Festival.

DAVOS, SWITZERLAND: David Cameron at World Economic Forum. contact@weforum.org.

1000 WATFORD: Progress conference with speeches by Harriet Harman and Caroline Flint. "Third Place First" conference will look at how Labour can win seats where it came third in 2010. Harriet Harman speaks at 1000 and Caroline Flint at 1200. West Herts College, Hempstead Road, WD17 3EZ. Progress 020 3435 6490.

1030 LONDON: Fabian Society conference, with speech by Ed Balls. There will be a speech by shadow chancellor Ed Balls. Other speakers include Rachel Reeves, Lord Adonis, Chuka Umunna and Chris Huhne. Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London, WC1H 0AL. Richard Speight on 0207 227 4906 / 07794 307840 richard.speight@fabians.org.uk. Words, pictures and video planned.

1100 LONDON: Campaigners to protest against China's ivory trade. Demonstration outside the Chinese embassy, urging the country's government to ban the trade in ivory, destroy all its ivory stocks and to close its ivory carving factories, to help protect elephants from poaching. Chinese Embassy, 49-51 Portland Place, W1B 1JL. Chris Pitt, Care for the Wild 07891 743889 - Contact on the day is Philip Mansbridge, CEO Care for the Wild on 07791 896732. Words planned.

1100 LONDON: Service to mark 70th anniversary of ordination of first Anglican woman priest. The Rev Dr Florence Li Tim-Oi was ordained in China. St Martin in the Fields Church Trafalgar Square. Words planned.

1145 LONDON: Falconry display to coincide with the Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore! exhibition. Edmond J Safra Fountain Court, Somerset House, Strand, London, WC2R 1LA. Laura Horton, 020 7845 4638 / Laura.Horton@somersethouse.org.uk.

1400 AMERSHAM + CHALFONT ST PETER: Nigel Farage visit to Buckinghamshire. Kings Arms, 30 High Street, Amersham, HP7 0DJ. Annabelle Fuller on 07826 924412 annabelle.fuller@gmail.com.

1845: Latest heat of ITV's Splash! celebrity diving show. Vernon Kay and Gabby Logan host the show in which celebrities learn to dive, mentored by Tom Daley. Jenny Eclair and Austin Healey are among the latest competitors, hoping to grab the last two place in the semi-final.

Sunday January 26

RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch weekend.

UTAH: Sundance Film Festival.

1330 LONDON: Hungarian nationalist party gathering in London. London Assembly member Andrew Dismore has written to Home Secretary Theresa May demanding that Gabor Vona, the leader of the right-wing party Jobbik, is banned from holding the event. Holborn Tube Station, London.

1815: ITV's Dancing On Ice. Latest edition of the celebrity ice skating show which is back for one final series, featuring outstanding and entertaining contestants from the past. Competitors include Ray Quinn, Bonnie Langford and Sam Attwater. The results show is screened at 8.30pm. Words planned.

2000 INNSBRUCK: Channel 4's The Jump begins. A number of celebrities - including Amy Childs, Sinitta and Steve Redgrave - will be taking part in a series of winter sports disciplines culminating in a ski jump-off to determine who is eliminated from the show each night. It is being screened live from Austria each evening. Words planned.