See what’s on across the Advertiser and Review region
A night of karaoke, The Woolpack, Well Street, from 8pm.
Total War evening, the Old Gaol, 7.30pm, talk by Christopher Moore, deputy chairman of Bletchley Park, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Barn dance, 7.30pm, music from Bricks and Brussels, food, bar, raffle, proceeds to St Mary’s Church and the Florence Nightingale Hospice, adults £15, children & OAPs £6.50, children under five free, call Val Phillips 01280 860228, text 07775 757908 or email Barn.Dance@outlook.com.
1940s dance with Sticky Wicket and his Swing Orchestra, Buckingham Community Centre, 7.30pm, tickets £15 includes ploughmans supper, available at the Tourist Information Centre.
Table top sale, Winslow Public Hall to raise money for Winslow Scouts, 9am to noon, £5 a table, call 01296 713415.
Summer fair, 2.3opm to 5pm, village hall, to raise money for playground equipment.
Summer fete, Winslow CofE School, noon to 2.30pm.
Wedding weekend, June 21 and 22, flowers and wedding gowns in the church, refreshments in the St Laurence Room, wedding themed shop window displays, Bishop of Oxford John Pritchard leading service to celebrate marriage in the church at 10am on June 22.
Scarecrow Festival and open gardens, and art exhibition in the village hall, June 21 and 22, from 10am. Steptoe and Son sale outside the chapel, from 10.30am to 1pm, coffee in the chapel Sunday School.
Sunday, June 22
Comedy night with Jeremy Hardy, Old Town Hall, 8pm, tickets £15 (over 18s only), from Villiers Hotel and The Tourist Information Centre.
Cream teas and cakes at The Old Dairy, on the Maids Moreton to Leckhampstead Road, 2pm to 6pm, parking, proceeds to the Air Ambulance.
Car boot sale on the sports club field, 10am to 2pm, entry £6 per car, £10 per van in advance or £10 per car and £14 per van on the day.
Buckingham Young Variety at Athetic Sports and Social Club, Stratford Road, noon to 6pm, free entrance, live music, proceeds to Alec’s Angels.
Lenborough Singers summer concert, Showcase, performances at 2.30pm and 7.30pm, St Bernadine’s Church, tickets £13, from Bartletts Teashop.
Concert by Trinity Camerata, St Edburg’s Church, 3.45pm, Mozart’s Don Giovanni Overture, Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto Op 64, soloist Adelia Myslov and Beethoven’s Symphony No 8.
Monday, June 23
Bingo, West End Bowls Club, at 7.30pm, everybody welcome.
Future and ongoing events
Coffee morning in aid of Brackley European Association, lower town hall, June 27, 10am until noon, raffle, cakes, film show of Brackley Past.
Fun day featuring The Devil’s Horsemen, The Green Man, June 28, from 2pm, £5 entry.
Village fete, June 28, 2pm to 4pm, Pimms, 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
Summer fete, July 6, 2pm to 4.30pm, on the cricket field, Bike Gymkhana, for teams of four, register your team in advance to Louisa Richardson on 07860 669661, stalls, vintage cars display, tractor rides, children’s craft competition, teas, barbecue and grand raffle.
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.