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A whole load of activities are taking place over the coming weeks

Today, Friday

BUCKINGHAM: The Film Place presents The Debt (15), at 8pm. See clubs, pages 18 and 19 for more details.

Saturday, January 28

BUCKINGHAM: Buckingham Canal Society annual meeting and social evening, 7.15pm, Buckingham Community Centre, presentation from Ed Grimsdale, details Athina Beckett, chairman, on 01908 661217 or Helen Preston, secretary, on 01280 821232.

MIDDLETON CHENEY: Social club dance, music from local group Off the Hook, 8pm, entry for non-members £4, all welcome.

STOWE: Until January 28, Farmhouse Breakfast Week at Boycott Farm Shop. Celebrate this national event at Boycott Farm with an English cooked breakfast, sausages, black pudding, bacon and free range eggs produced on the farm, during the week breakfast will be served all day until 3pm, www.boycottfarm.co.uk, 01280 821286.

BUCKINGHAM: The Film Place presents The Salt of Life (12A) from 7.30pm. See clubs, pages 18 and 19 for more details.

STOWE: Grafting course, £25 members and £35 non-members, 10am to 2pm, extra rootstocks available to buy, and you get to take home three ‘free’ trees at the end of the course, the estate office, Home Farm, Stowe Landscape Gardens.

BUCKINGHAM: Maids Moreton Avenue, litter picking, 10am until noon, meet at the gate from Page Hill Avenue, please wear suitable clothing, refreshments provided.

Wednesday, February 1

BRACKLEY: Annual meeting of Brackley and District History Society, 7.30pm, followed by talk by Jeremy Dobson on Stanley Baldwin, Methodist Church, refreshments, members free, visitors £2 details from the secretary 07917401228 or brackleyhistorysociety@hotmail.com.

Thursday, February 2

TOWCESTER: Towcester Evening WI February meeting, Anne Townsend talks about her time in Nepal 2010/2011 working in schools and trips to various remote places, 7.30pm at Riverside Centre, Islington Road, visitors welcome – a donation of £2.50 for the evening would be appreciated, contact Eileen 01327 323180 or Barbara 01327 352266 or visit towcesterwi.blogspot.com.

BRACKLEY: Archaeology course, by the Community Heritage Activity Centre, at Magdalen College School, course runs for six weeks, on Thursdays, 7.15pm to 8.45pm, cost £60 per person, contact archaeoschools@gmail.com.

Future and ongoing events

BUCKINGHAM: Coffee, croissants and pretzels, The Old Gaol, Saturday, February 4, 10am to noon.

BUCKINGHAM: Arthritis Research UK free coffee morning, February 4, Buckingham Community Centre, 9.15am to noon.

BRACKLEY: Rare Breeds Survival Trust Northants Support Group meeting, February 6, The Red Lion, Market Square, 8pm, Simon Draper will give a talk on auctioneering. All welcome. For more details please ring Carrie 01327 857195.

BUCKINGHAM: Inner Wheel soup lunch, home made soup, scones, tea or coffee, £4, at Buckingham Community Centre, February 7, noon to 2pm.

ROADE: Shutlanger & Stoke Bruerne Flower Club, demonstration of flower arranging by Caroline Tate called A Seasonal Twist On Floristry, at Roade Village Hall, Baileys Brook Road, February 8, at 7.30pm, pay on the door, raffle.

BRACKLEY: Coffee/open morning, Abbeyfield Society, Diana House, Manor Road, February 8, 10am to noon, entrance £1 to include home-made cake, selection of stalls and tours of the house will be available, parking on site, details 01280 700903.

BUCKINGHAM: Buckingham Inner Wheel mammoth quiz, February 24, 7pm for 7.30pm start, Buckingham Athletic Football Club, £10 to include shepherd’s pie supper, in aid of Macmillan Cancer Care. Tickets available from Coughlan Insurance 3, High Street, Buckingham, telephone 01280 814440 or 812391.

BUCKINGHAM: Buckingham Wine Circle annual barn dance, March 10, at Buckingham Community Centre. Tumbledown-Dick-Barn-Dance-Band, £12.50, tickets include a light supper, for details, contact Lesley on 01280 812195.

SILVERSTONE: Village fete to celebrate Diamond Jubilee, June 5, variety of attractions, if interested in having a stall for £20, contact 01327 857458, Silverstone Recreation Association.