See what’s on across the Advertiser and Review region
St Michael’s Church annual summer fete, in the paddock at 69 Little London, 2pm to 4pm, maypole dancing by the school, a martial arts demonstration, a fun dog show, Silverstone Ale and Pimms and delicious teas, stalls, entry is free.
Fete for St James the Great church, in the grounds of the Priory, 2pm to 4pm, stalls, games, raffle, dancing, tennis tournament.
Flower festival in St Mary’s Church, displays representing the celebrations in the church year and the 700th anniversary of John Schorne, June 14, 10am to 5pm and June 15, 2pm to 6pm, entry £2, refreshments available, all proceeds to Florence Nightingale Hospice and Willen Hospice
Sunday, June 15
Comedy with Aidan Goatley, 7.30pm, at The Film Place. Tickets £10 on sale at the Tourist Information centre, The Old Gaol and The Film Place.
Seven open gardens and arts and crafts exhibition, 2pm to 6pm, plant stall, teas.
‘Catching’ Schubert’s Trout, soloists of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment play Schubert and Hummel, 3pm, King’s Sutton Parish Church, entry £15/£10.
Monday, June 16
The Oxford Fiddle Group, The Radcliffe Centre, 8pm, back by popular demand for the Buckingham Fringe Week. Tickets £5 on sale at the Tourist Information Centre at the Old Gaol.
Tuesday, June 17
1pm to 4pm, cream teas and music at Villiers Hotel, music provided by the Keith Templeman Quartet.
8pm, An Evening of Grim’s Spooky Stories, The Old Gaol, tickets £2.50 from the Old Gaol (numbers are limited).
Royal British Legion Hall, RBL Woman’s Section meeting at 7.30pm, speaker Alison Finnemore on village shops.
Wednesday, June 18
7pm, Youth Project at The Royal Latin School. A joint drama and art project with the Buckingham School and the Royal Latin School.
Future and ongoing events
Total War evening, June 20, at the Old gaol, from 7.30pm, talk by Christopher Moore, deputy chairman of Bletchley Park, on the local impact of war on north Bucks, tickets £30 include glass of wine and supper, to launch the new North Bucks Conservative Branch and to commemorate the anniversary of the First World War, contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more or to reserve tickets.
June 21, table top sale, Winslow Public Hall to raise money for Winslow Scouts, 9am to noon, £5 a table, call 01296 713415.
Summer fair, June 21, 2.3opm to 5pm, in the village hall, stalls, activities and games to raise money for playground equipment.
Scarecrow Festival and open gardens, June 21 and 22, from 10am.
Cream teas and cakes at The Old Dairy, on the Maids Moreton to Leckhampstead Road, June 22 and August 10, 2pm to 6pm, off road parking, proceeds to the Air Ambulance.
Lenborough Singers summer concert called Showcase, June 22, performances at 2.30pm and 7.30pm, St Bernadine’s Church, tickets are £10, available from Bartletts Teashop.
Sunday afternoon concert by Trinity Camerata at St Edburg’s Church, June 22, 3.45pm, programme to include Mozart’s Don Giovanni Overture, Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto Op 64, soloist Adelia Myslov and Beethoven’s Symphony No 8.
Traditional village fete, June 28, 2pm to 4pm, Pimms, homemade Elderflower Fizz or tea and cake, car and vintage tractors, stalls and games.
Open gardens at Hill House, Castle Street, June 28, raise funds for Scannappeal and Friends of Stoke Mandeville Hospital, noon to 4pm, admission £3 per adult.
St Edburg’s Foundation cycle ride, July 6, 9am to 5pm, www.stedburgsfoundation.co.uk
Evening to celebrate the life of Rowena Pratt, July 12, 7.30pm, Brackley WI, music by Lee Malvern Four, bring your own food and drink, free entry, donations to Katharine House Hospice.