See what’s on across the Advertiser and Review region
Coffee morning, 10.30am to noon in Holy Trinity Church, bring and buy sale of home products and crafts.
The Film Place presents In the House (15), from 7.30pm, on the corner of Chandos Road and Station Road, tickets from The Old Gaol, on the door or online at www.thefilmplace.org.uk.
Moonrakers in concert, Irish, Scottish, Welsh and English traditional and contemporary tunes and songs, 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, 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.
Wednesday, July 31
Children’s activities at the Old Gaol, 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.
Future and ongoing events
The Film Place presents Iron Man 3 (12A), from 7.30pm, August 3, on the corner of chandos Road and Station Road, tickets from The Old Gaol, on the door or online at www.thefilmplace.org.uk.
Paulerspury Horticultural Society annual show, in the village hall, doors open at 2pm, £1 entry, presentation of trophies at 4.15pm followed by auction of produce and raffle, August 3.
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.
Buckinghamshire Family History Society Bill Torrens Memorial Lecture on Mapping Rich and Poor, Sue Donnelly will discuss Charles Booth’s Enquiry into London Life and Labour, August 7, Methodist Church Hall, 7.15pm for 7.30pm.
August 7, teddy bears’ picnic, 11am to 3pm, Garth Park, free activities, best dressed bear competition.
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.
August 8 and 21, 10am to noon and 2pm to 4pm , Barbara of the Spotted Chicken Ceramics will be running children’s workshops, courses include a home made goody and tea and coffee for the adults. Cost is £3 plus the cost of any pottery you paint. Booking is essential.