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Musical evening with Emma and Roy, £10 a ticket including ploughman’s supper, bring your own drinks, 7.30pm, Mark Bulman Parish Room, next to St Michael’s Church, tickets 01296 730655 or 738111, all money raised to St Michael’s fabric fund.
Promised Land, 7.30pm, drama about rural communities and selling of fracking rights, Winslow Community Cinema, Rose Room, Winslow Centre.
Sunday, January 26
First tree planting in the Edible Woodland, 1.30pm to 3.30pm, mulled wine, The Heartlands, Moorhen Way estate, visit www.buckinghamtransition.co.uk
Comedy night at the Old Town Hall, with Paul Chowdhry, the new host of Channel 4’s Stand Up For The Week, tickets from Villiers Hotel and the Tourist Information Centre, Old Gaol, £12.50 (over 18s only). Doors 7.30pm for 8pm.
Wednesday, January 29
Buckingham WI meeting, 7.30pm, Buckingham Community Centre, all visitors welcome, £3.
Breathe Easy Buckingham and Winslow to meet at the Bowls Club, 2pm to 4pm. Speaker Simon Garwood, community link officer. Ring Freda on 01280 821672.
Thursday, January 30
Presentation of wines from the Rhone Valley, Buckingham Wine Circle, Community Centre, doors open 7.45pm, BYO wine glass.
Future and ongoing events
Buckingham Canal Society cheese and wine social evening and AGM, February 1, 7.15pm, Buckingham Community Centre, Cornwall’s Meadow, illustrated talk on Buckingham Canal: Building Tomorrow’s Heritage.
Claydon Panto Group, Alice in Wonderland, in the village hall, matinees 2pm on February 1 and 8, evening performances at 7.30pm, on February 1, 7 and 8. Tickets from claydonpantogroup.ticketsource.co.uk and Trevi’s post office, info and updates at facebook.com/claydonpg, email email@example.com or 07827 302588.
Brackley and District History Society, annual general meeting and membership renewal, February 5, at 7.30pm, in the Methodist Church, followed by talk by Professor John Clarke on Brackley Politics in the 1860s, refreshments, contact secretary on 07917 401228 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bucks Family History Society talk on The Paths and Old Roads, Watering Holes for Man and Beast by Bruce Smith, February 5, 7.15pm for 7.30pm, Methodist Church Hall, Queensway.
Winslow Players’ Sleeping Beauty, Winslow Public Hall, February 6 and 7, 7.30pm and February 8, at 1pm and 8pm. Tickets £6 on February 6 and for the matinee on the 8th and £8 for the Friday and Saturday evening peformances, from Jennie Wren’s or on the door.
Buckingham Camera Club meets every Wednesday at Padbury Village Hall, Main Street, 7.45pm for 8pm, next lecture February 12, Sarah Howard on landscapes , www.buckinghamcameraclub.co.uk, more from John Credland@go-plus.net.