Looking for something to do? Take a look at our what’s on guide.
Buckingham Charity nearly new sale, Community Centre, 10am to 11.30am, individual admission £2, couple admission £3, children free, chance to win an 8in tablet, raffle ticket with entry fee.
Buckingham Charter Fair will be opened at 1pm by town mayor Lisa O’Donoghue, by the dodgems.
A road closure will be in place for Buckingham Town Council and diversions will be signed.
Langford Village School are holding a charity car wash at Bicester Fire Station from 10am to 2pm.
Sunday, October 19
Artisan Food Market, 10am to 2pm in the town centre. Showcasing real artisan producers from within a 20-mile radius. New stalls include honey, herbs, chutney, Victoria sponge .
The next concert in the ‘Sounds Good’ series is at 7pm in King’s Sutton Parish Church.
The school orchestra and the chamber choir from Stowe School will perform pieces including Vivaldi’s Gloria and an organ concerto by Handel.
Entry is £12 /£10, children free.
Twilight Tour: The Rise and Fall of Stowe, 7.30-9pm. Enjoy a delightful evening in atmospheric surroundings with tour guide Philip Clarke . Tickets £12.50, pre-booking advised at www.stowehouse.org
Monday, October 20
Tea Dance, Buckingham Community Centre every Monday, 2pm to 3.45pm, £2 including refreshments.
tuesday, October 21
Quiz night, White Hart, £3 per head, organised by Buckingham Labour Party.
wednesday, October 22
The University of Buckingham Amnesty International Society is holding a workshop on Western military intervention in Syria.
Includes a talk and discussion led by The New Internationalist magazine’s campaign director Rob Norman, 6pm, Chandos Road Building. Drinks and snacks provided, donations are welcome.thursday, October 23
Places may still be available to join the Bucks Tree Club for an autumn walk around Evenley Wood at 2pm. To save a space email firstname.lastname@example.org by today, Friday.
Future and ongoing
Family Bingo Night, Friday October 24, Magdalen College School, Walter Knibbs Dining Centre (Eco Canteen), Wayneflete Ave. Doors open 6.30pm, eyes down 7pm.
Bingo book £5 each, cash prizes, raffle and tuck shop, all welcome.
Saturday, October 25, Westbury Sports and Community Association welcomes Oliver Meech: When Magic And Science Collide, 7.30pm at Beachborough School Theatre. Amazing tricks inspired by astounding science. Bar open from 6.45 . Tickets £12 adults, £8 under-16s from Gill Thurlow on 841599 (email@example.com)
Art & Craft Market, Saturday, October 25, 2pm to 4.30pm, Wappenham Village Hall. Artworks, cards, bags, ceramics, soft toys, gifts, chocolates, jewellery, home-made teas in aid of the hall. Free admission.
St. Edburg’s Foundation free event. From Tuesday October 28 to Monday November 3, a week-long photographic exhibition will be held in St Edburg’s Church, open daily 11am to 5pm. Launch evening on October 27 at 6.30pm in the church with wine and refreshments.