See what’s on across the Advertiser and Review region.
St Michael’s Church, 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.
Marsh Gibbon Horticultural Society talk by Graham Austin on delphiniums, in the village hall at 7.30pm.
Royal British Legion Women’s Section coffee morning, RBL Hall, 10am to noon.
WADAS spring art exhibition, St Laurence Room, Market Square, new paintings by talented local artists, Saturday and Sunday.
Marsh Gibbon Horticultural Society plant sale, 9am at Rectory Close.
Monday, May 26
Bingo at West End Bowls Club, 7.30pm, everybody welcome.
Belle and Sooty the puppies warmly invite you to their charity coffee morning in aid of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, 10am to 1pm, Hall Farm, by kind invitation of the Culley family, coffee, cake, crafts, contact Carole 01280 850677.
Wednesday, May 28
Buckingham and District RBL branch meeting, Buckingham Athletic Football Clubhouse, from 7.30pm. Guest speaker Christopher Latham (Waitrose) on cheeses of the world.
Thursday, May 29
Terrific Thursday, at the Canal Museum, pond dipping, 11am to 3pm.
Children’s activities at the Old Gaol, meet the owls from Owls to Behold with Tony Hewitt, owl crafts, three sessions 11am to 12.15pm, 12.30pm to 1.45pm or 2pm to 3.15pm, pre-book tickets from the museum shop. Children £1.50 if Friends/Trust members, £3 if not. No unaccompanied children. 01280 823020.
Future and ongoing events
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.
Adstock open gardens, June 7 and 8, 2pm to 6pm, village gardens, open to the public for viewing, for a small charge you can experience the variety of different plants and flowers in full bloom at this time of year. Tea and cakes in the village hall during the afternoon, Pimms and ice cream garden, plant and book stalls. Local artists will be exhibiting in the church, to which all proceeds from this event will go.
June 8, Stony Stratford Classic Car Festival in partnership with Stony Stratford Business Association, live music on the Market Square stage, 9.30am to 4.30pm,in aid of Willen Hospice, details from www.sscf.co.uk.
Family fun day to raise money for Bubbles Pre-School, June 8, 3pm to 5pm, Southwold Community Centre, bouncy castle, face painting, a raffle under 12s free, adults and children over 12 50p.