See what’s on across the Advertiser and Review region
Towcester Farmers’ Market, Richmond Road, 9am-1.30pm. Contact Towcester Lions to hold a stall.
Morning coffee and hot cross buns will be served in Royal British Legion Hall, from 10am until noon.
Coffee morning, 10am to noon, Brackley Town Hall, tea, coffee & juice, homemade cakes, raffle, tombola, Easter gifts, all proceeds toKatharine House Hospice.
Garage sale, 10am to noon, 8 St Michaels Way.
Tingewick and Water Stratford spring show, 2pm to 4pm, Tingewick Village Hall, flower displays, cut flowers, flower arranging and photography, Tingewick Patchers, plant stall, name carving stall, second hand book stall, refreshments and raffle.
Hardy Plant Society Bucks and Oxon Group on plants for small gardens by Stuart Phillips, 2.15pm, Winslow Centre, Park Road, £4 charge for visitors, details from Paul Radcliffe on 01280 813352.
Sunday, April 13
April 13, help restore the disused Buckingham Canal, meet 10am, Grand Union Canal, Lock Lane, details Athina Beckett 01908 661217.
Tuesday, April 15
Royal British Legion Women’s Section, 7.30pm, Sheila Gurnett will be talking about her presentation at Windsor Castle, new members welcome.
Wednesday, April 16
Buckingham WI meeting, 7.30pm in Buckingham Community Centre, demonstration of Stump Work by Rosemary Hampson, visitors welcome £3.
Future and ongoing events
Bingo to raise money for Help for Heroes, April 19, WI Hall, Manor Road, from 7.30pm, tickets on the door, children welcome.
Easter Egg hunt and Easter story, St Mary’s Church, April 20, 4pm, tea and cakes available from 3pm-6pm, church is near Easton Neston House in the village of Hulcote.
Easter egg hunt, April 20, 10am to noon, starting at Thornborough Village Hall.
Until April 22, Easter egg hunt at the Old Gaol. 50p plus admission charge. Trust/Friend members free admission. 10am to 4pm. 01280 823020.
Spring fayre, Fringford village green, April 26, Candleford Cafe, bar and barbecue, competitions for baking and preserves, crafts and art, stalls including cakes and books, children’s treasure hunt, face painting, vintage cars, fire engine, wellie wanging, ‘human fruit machine’, ‘ball-in-a bog’, fun dog show and dancing, noon until 5pm. Free entrance and parking, visit www.fringford.info or call Tim Mustill on 01869 277577.
Traditional Maypole dancing by the pupils of Bourton Meadow Academy and Grenville Combined School, May 1, 11am, on the green outside St Peter & St Paul Church, children will be welcomed by town mayor Ruth Newell and the town crier will also be present.
Stewkley Singers presents The Creation, by Joseph Haydn, with the Wigmore Chamber Orchestra and the chorus of Stewkley Singers, May 18, 7.30pm, at St Michael’s Church, tickets £12 (under 19 £6), Julia Sims 01525 240671 or Jean Spier 01525 240570.