Coffee mornings and Christmas festivities are underway in the Advertiser and Review region
Coffee morning to raise funds for the Poppy Appeal. Royal British Legion Hall, 10am to noon.
Age Concern Buckingham and District afternoon gathering, in the community centre, November 9. Christmas get-together on December 7.
Sunday, November 10
Ploughing match, November 10, Copse Farm, NN13 6DZ. All welcome. Raffle in aid of Katharine House Hospice.
Wednesday, November 13
A talk by Ed Grimsdale on Bread of Life: New Light on Charity in Buckingham, 7.30pm at the Old Gaol. Tickets £5 are available from the museum shop, 01280 823020.
Future and ongoing events
Shopping afternoon, November 15, Wayside Cottage, with Forever Living, Avon, Phoenix cards, Osborne books, hand made jewellery, 1pm to 6pm, tea/coffee and cakes, proceeds to Padbury PFA school and pre school.
Winslow Community Cinema autumn season continues with Win, Win, November 15, a struggling New Jersey attorney has a side line as a wrestling coach and becomes a trustee of client placed in a retirement home, from 7.30pm, the Rose Room, Winslow Centre.
Buckingham Swan Market Christmas tasters day, November 16, 8am to noon, Salvation Army Hall. Free light refreshments available.
Theatre in the Villages, November 16, 7.30pm, Teatro Unfortunato are back to perform Murder at Goosnargh Hotel, tickets from Gill Thurlow, 01280 841599.
Thornton College School for Girls baby and children’s nearly new sale, sports hall, November 23, 2pm to 4pm, admission £1 adults, children free, all profits to Thornton College School for Girls nominated charities, due to space constraints, no prams permitted inside, limited seller tables available (£15), email email@example.com.
Christmas shopping extravaganza, in aid of Tingewick Pre-school, stalls, raffle, festive food, November 29, from 7pm, in Tingewick Primary School,
Until November 29, Christmas art exhibition by Michele Field, Brackley Library, Manor Road, Monday to Friday, 10am to 6pm, Saturdays, 10am to 5pm, Sundays, 1pm to 4pm, paintings include views of Northants, canals and flowers, prints and cards, details www.facebook.com/MicheleFieldsArtwork
Rotary carol concert, December 5, St Bernadine’s Church, 8pm, with a band and return of the Walton High Youth Choir, shery and mince pies/free will offering.
Thornborough and Nash Pre-School Merry Market, December 14, 2pm to 5pm in Thornborough Village Hall, will include shopping stalls offering gifts, food and Santa’s grotto.
The Lenborough Singers perform On a Winter’s Night, at St Bernadine’s Church, Chandos Road, December 15, 2.30pm and 7.30pm, tickets £7.50 from Bartletts Tearooms, members of the choir and Guy Hawking, 07742 016046 or firstname.lastname@example.org.