Lighter nights make for difficult viewing, and some of my suggested viewings of late have been thwarted by cloudy skies.
Hopefully the main event in June should not cause a problem, and this is the partial solar eclipse on 10 June. This will be the largest eclipse in the UK for the last 6 years, and around a third of the sun should be obscured. First contact is around 10am and Last contact about 12.30am. Hopefully we may have clear skies for the event.
A safe way to view the eclipse is to project an image onto a card using either a pinhole in a card or binoculars held in the hand (see below). Check out full instructions online if you are unsure.