See what’s on across the Advertiser and Review region
BUCKINGHAM: Hometown Hoedown at The Granary, 13 High Street, Wah Wah Club, OmniVibes, Dan Buckland, club host – Craig Taylor Broad, doors open at 8pm, £5 entry, contact Darren 07803 981671.
BRACKLEY: Pampered Chef Party, The Deli Wine Bar and Bistro, no need to book, just turn up and enjoy, opens from 6.30pm.
STOWE: Geology week starts at Stowe Landscape Gardens and runs until August 17, open daily 10am to 6pm, free entry to cafe, shop and visitor centre, details 01280 817156 or [email protected]
Sunday, August 12
MAIDS MORETON: Cream tea at the home of Meg and Eric Culley, The Old Dairy, Maids Moreton to Leckhampstead Road, 3pm to 6pm, off road parking, proceeds to the air ambulance.
Wednesday, August 15
BUCKINGHAM: Every Wednesday at Salvation Army Hall, coffee morning and bric-a-brac stall, 10am to noon, gentle exercise from 11am.
Thursday, August 8
BUCKINGHAM: Children’s activities at the Old Gaol, 10.30am to 12.30pm, Life Under the Sea, details 01280 823020.
BUCKINGHAM: The Film Place presents African Cats, August 17, from 8pm.
BRACKLEY: Spanish Night, August 17, The Deli Wine Bar and Bistro, for details visit the website, www.brackleywines.co.uk or call Brackley 01280 700797.
AYLESBURY: Young pop star competition, August 19, Market Square, contact John Bassil - Stn Music on 07751 310983 or [email protected], aspiring stars are being offered the chance to perform in front of a panel of music industry experts, free to enter, 11.30am to 2pm, the winner will receive a £100 cash prize, a recording of his or her performance plus a £100 donation to the charity of their choice.
WINSLOW: The Winslow Show, Home Close, 9am to 5pm, August 27, show jumping, gymkhana, music, dog shows, country crafts, food, charity stalls and children’s entertainment, Wheels in Winslow display, Young Farmers’ tug-of-war, dog show, tickets £3 adults.
WEEDON: Bucks County Show, Weedon Park, near Aylesbury, August 30, 8am to 6pm, Bolddog Lings Motocross Stunt Team, RAF Halton Pipes and Drums, The Sheep Show, vintage tractors, home and garden marquee, shopping marquee, food hall, rural crafts, countryside area, over 200 trade stands, rural demonstrations, horse and livestock showing classes, show jumping, tickets available from the Tourist Information Centre, at the Old Gaol, in Buckingham.
SILVERSTONE: Performance from Lyra, an a cappella vocal ensemble, presents a programme of Russian sacred and secular music, St Michael’s Church, September 2, from 7.30pm, reserved tickets £10 (£8) centre aisle; £6 (£5) side (concessions), from Peter Byng, 6 Monkswood, Silverstone, NN12 8TG (857180) or contact any church member. Send sae if not from Silverstone, details [email protected]