See what’s on across the region this weekend and beyond
The Film Place presents Armitage (15), from 7.30pm, University of Buckingham, Chandos Road Building, tickets can be reserved online at www.thefilmplace.org.uk, the tourist information centre or on the door.
Steptoe and Son Sale, outside the Chapel from 10.30am until 1.30pm, toys, books, furniture and bric-a-brac, refreshments.
5th Brackley Scouts summer fayre, Brackley Town Hall, 9am to 1pm, tombola, raffle, scalextric game, refreshments.
Craft exhibition and strawberry cream teas, Westbury Church, Saturday and Sunday, 2pm to 4pm each day. Crafts by former Westbury resident Pauline Meades. Pop in and browse, relax over a strawberry cream tea in the cool , calming atmosphere of St Augustine’s Church.
Sunday, July 21
Artisan food market, 10am to 2pm, in the Old Cattle Pens, 20 local artisan producers will be selling goods including meat, fruit and veg, bread, cakes, preserves and chocolate, joint venture between Vale Harvest and Buckingham’s traders’ association, will take place on the third Sunday of the month.
Monday, July 22
Bingo at West End Bowls Club, 7.30pm, everybody welcome.
Wednesday, July 24
North Bucks Bat Group will talk to children about bats, habitat and feeding, chance to see bats up close, Buckingham Library, 6.30pm to 7.30pm.
Future and ongoing events
Moonrakers in concert, Irish, Scottish, Welsh and English traditional and contemporary tunes and songs, July 27, from 7.30pm, All Saints Church, refreshments, tickets £10, £8 concession, on the door or can be reserved on 01280 813162
Everyone Active open day at Swan Pool and Leisure Centre, July 27 from 10am, details www.everyoneactive.com.
Flower Festival, with the theme of children’s book titles, at St Nicholas Church, July 27 and 28, 1pm to 5pm. Teas and refreshments, produce and craft stall.
Annual art show at St Luke’s Church, July 27 and 28, 10.30am to 4.30pm, featuring the work of local artists, demonstrations, prizes, cakes and refreshments, proceeds in aid of the church.
Children’s activities at the Old Gaol, July 31, 10.30am to 12.30pm, make a pot on a wheel with Paul Fricker of Buckingham Pottery plus other pots by hand. Bring an apron, £1.50 per child if Friend/Trust member, £3 if not. No unaccompanied children, all in anytime between the hours shown. 01280 823020.
Charity fun day and nearly new sale, August 4, 11am to 3pm, Winslow Centre, Park Road, carousel, face painting, raffle, admission £1 children free, in aid of Great Ormand Street Hospital, Helen and Douglas House and Ronald McDonald House.
Stories and more, team of professional actors telling interactive stories, August 7, 11am, Buckingham Library, advanced booking essential, tickets from the library at £2.50 per child.