What’s on

Diary dates
Diary dates

See what’s happening acrosss the Advertiser and Review region

Today, Friday

Maids Moreton

10am – 2pm, mobile skate park, i-van and giant games. Free activities for children. Maids Moreton Playing Field.

Tomorrow, Saturday


Computer Games Saturday, 1pm to 5pm, at the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park, games to play throughout the ages – can we get a game running on a computer from every decade since the 1950s? Access included in museum admission price, £5 adults, £2.50 concessions, children 12 and under free, details from info@tnmoc.org, www.tnmoc.org, 01908 374708

Sunday, September 1


Computer Games Sunday, see details as for Saturday, above.

Monday, September 2


Alzheimer’s Society Towcester Dementia Café, 10.30am to 12.30pm, Riverside Centre, Islington Road.

Wednesday, September 4


Alzheimer’s Society Brackley Daytime Support Group, first Wednesday of the month from 11am to 12.30pm, St Rumbolds Court, Buckingham Road, Brackley.

Thursday, September 5


Learn to partner dance. All ages, beginners welcome 7.30pm to 11pm, call Cheryl on 07713 631155. Waddesdon Hall, High St, a fun fusion of salsa, swing, ballroom & tango. Free entry and membership on your first night. Every Thursday.

Future and ongoing events


Open Studios Northants, work from local artists on display at Towcester Museum, September 6 to 8.

Aylesbury Vale

Aylesbury Ramblers walking festival, 18 circular walks, from four to 11.8 miles will be taking place from starting points all around the Outer Aylesbury Ring – the OAR, all walks start at 10am, full details from www.aylesbury-ramblers.org.uk, register at www.oarwalk7sept@gmail.com.


September 8, car boot sale, Souldern playing field in aid of village hall. Boots £7 per pitch, free parking, hall open for hotdogs, bacon butties, teas and homemade cakes from 8am to 1pm. Donations to Katharine House Hospice, call 01869 345874. Guide dogs only.


September 12, 7.30pm. Buckingham Old Gaol. Talk by Julian Hunt, county historian and author, on Buckinghamshire’s Great Houses. Tickets £5 available now from the museum shop in the Gaol, 01280 823020.


Food Festival & Crafts Market, September 14, 10am-1pm, St Mary’s Church, barbecue, supplied by Padbury Meats, entertainment, 01280 813162 lenborough.vicar@gmail.com, follow us on Facebook www.facebook/padburymarket.


Ladies Night at Buckingham Community Centre, September 14, fully licensed bar, DJ Jaspa, drag queen, doors open at 8pm, tickets £12 each or £10 each for group bookings of six or more, available at The New Inn, Bridge Street, Pegasus Catering trailer on the Buckingham ring road or at www.waynopromo.co.uk, via the contact page or call 01280 822446. Proceeds to charity.


River Rinse, September 15, meet at Bourton Park car park at 10.15am, cleaning river from the bridge on the bypass towards the cricket club, children need to be supervised by an adult, Buckingham Town Council 01280 816426.


Buckingham Twinning Association murder mystery evening, Confessions, September 28, 7.30pm in the Community Centre. Tickets £8.50 including a buffet supper, from Sue Watkins 01280 816266 or sue@mkteddy.com.