See what’s happening across the area over the coming weeks.
Winslow WI spring fair, 10am to 1pm, Public Hall Elmfield Gate, cakes, tombola and other stalls.
Stroudies Strollers Relay for Life team, 100k and 60k cycle rides leaving from Buckingham Rugby Club at 8.30am (100k) and 9.30am (60k), £10 entry includes insurance and tea and cake, email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Buckingham Panto-loonies Relay for Life team cake sale, 9am, Meadow Walk.
Not Very Athletic Relay for Life team lunchtime brunch, SS Peter and Paul, 11am to 1.30pm, plus raffle and games.
The Hardy Plant Society Bucks And Oxon Group talk Lake Van To Azerbaijan And Nakhchivan by John Noakes, from 2.15pm, Winslow Centre, Park Road, visitors welcome, £4 charge, details from Paul Radcliffe on 01280 813352.
Grand village garage sale, 10am to 2pm, more than 25 garages opening, maps and bacon rolls from St Leonard’s Church, contact Barbara 01908 542322.
Coffee morning and plant sale, int he village hall, doors open 10.30am to noon, coffee with cake/muffin £1.50, plants for sale, raffle prizes, admission free donations gratefully received, in aid of Edgcott Parish Church.
Litchborough Gardening Club bazaar at Litchborough Village Hall, 2pm to 4.30pm, tombola, cake stall, plant stall, bric-a-brac, children’s games, crafts, games for all the family and cream teas, free parking.
Sunday, May 18
Car boot in aid of Souldern Village Hall, 8am to 1pm on the playing field, £7 per pitch, free parking, hall open for bacon rolls, teas, homemade cakes.
Stewkley Singers presents The Creation, by Joseph Haydn, with the Wigmore Chamber Orchestra, May 18, 7.30pm, St Michael’s Church, tickets £12 (under 19 £6), Julia Sims 01525 240671, Jean Spier 01525 240570.
Monday, May 19
Talk by Brackley Hogwatch at Towcester Wildlife Trust Group meeting, 7.30pm, The Mill, Chantry Lane, £2 entry, free to under 16s.
Future and ongoing events
St Michael’s Church, May 23, 7.30pm, LYRA vocal ensemble from St Petersburg, reserved seats £10 centre aisles, £6 side aisles from Crofts’ Stores in Silverstone or from email@example.com.
May 23, Marsh Gibbon Horticultural Society talk by Graham Austin on delphiniums, in the village hall at 7.30pm.
May 24, Marsh Gibbon Horticultural Society plant sale, 9am at Rectory Close.
May 29, children’s activities at the Old Gaol, meet the owls from Owls to Behold with Tony Hewitt, owl crafts, three sessions from 11am, pre-book tickets from the museum shop. Children £1.50 if Friends/Trust members, £3 if not. No unaccompanied children. 01280 823020.
Buckingham Rugby Club, auction of promises hosted by TV auctioneer Charlie Ross, May 30, doors open at 7pm, event starts at 7.30pm, 40 lots, entry £5, first drink and nibbles free.
Summer fete at Passenham Manor, June 7, 12.30pm to 5pm, in aid of Willen Hospice, £2 entry fee, over 60s £1.50, under 12s free, includes talk on the historic house and Tithe Barn at 2pm, additional activities at St Guthlac’s Church, free parking.