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Buckingham Athletic Sports and Social Club, 8pm until 11pm, live music from Tommy Livingstone. Entrance is free to both members and non members.
Winslow Bowls Club open day, 10am to 5pm, coffee, lunch, cream tea, demonstrations and coaching, The Spinney, Elmfields Gate, next to the public hall.
English Genius Purcell and His French Contemporaries, The Eisenach Ensemble, 7.30pm, Cate McKee, soprano, Angela Hicks, soprano, Phoebe Butler, voice flute, Sue Snell, viol and voice flute, Piers Snell, viol, Dawn Johnston, theorbo, Katharine May, harpsichord and organ, in aid of the Organ Restoration, at SS Peter and Paul, tickets £10 (under 18s £5). Admission by programme or reservations firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer fete at Passenham Manor, 12.30pm to 5pm, in aid of Willen Hospice, £2 entry fee, over 60s £1.50, under 12s free, includes talk on the historic house and Tithe Barn at 2pm, additional activities at St Guthlac’s Church, free parking.
Gawcott Pre-school jumble and cake sale, 10am to noon at Gawcott Village Hall.
Adstock open gardens, June 7 and 8, 2pm to 6pm, village gardens, open to the public for viewing, small charge. Tea and cakes in the village hall during the afternoon, Pimms and ice cream garden, plant and book stalls. Local artists will be exhibiting in the church.
Sunday, June 8
Stony Stratford Classic Car Festival in partnership with Stony Stratford Business Association, live music on the Market Square stage, 9.30am to 4.30pm,in aid of Willen Hospice, details from www.sscf.co.uk.
Thornton College School for Girls summer fete and dog show, 2pm to 5pm, entrance £2 per adult, children are free.
Family fun day to raise money for Bubbles Pre-School, 3pm to 5pm, Southwold Community Centre, bouncy castle, face painting, a raffle under 12s free, adults and children over 12 50p.
Future and ongoing events
Schorne 700 Flower Festival, June 14 and 15, Schorne Chapel in the Church of St Mary the Virgin, tea, entry £2 in aid of Florence Nightingale Hospice and Macmillan Cancer Care,
‘Catching’ Schubert’s Trout, soloists of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment play Schubert and Hummel, 3pm June 15, King’s Sutton Parish Church, entry £15/£10.
June 17, in Royal British Legion Hall, RBL Woman’s Section meeting at 7.30pm, speaker Alison Finnemore on village shops.
Total War evening, June 20, at the Old gaol, from 7.30pm, talk by Christopher Moore, deputy chairman of Bletchley Park, on the local impact of war on north Bucks, tickets £30 include glass of wine and supper, to launch the new North Bucks Conservative Branch and to commemorate the anniversary of the First World War, contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more or to reserve tickets.