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What's on this week in south Bucks
South Bucks Hospice Spring Fair and Open Day, 7.30pm, High Wycombe Rugby Union Football Club, Kingsmead Road, Loudwater. Why not dig out your old school uniform and relive those carefree days. Come and join us at the Old Skool disco. Tickets for £10 include a light supper. Raffle and licensed bar. Call 01494 464045 for details.
Euro football at Rebellion Brewery, 6.30pm for 7.30pm kick off, Rebellion Brewery, Marlow Bottom. Screening of England v. Sweden on big screen, in aid of Scannappeal. Tickets include beer and BBQ supper. Wine and soft drinks can be purchased from the bar. Tickets are £25 (incl beer and BBQ) in advance only from www.scannappeal.org.uk/events or telephone 01494 734161.
Winston Churchill’s Toyshop, doors open at 6.30pm and the talk will start at 7pm, finishing at 8pm, Hartwell House Hotel, nr Aylesbury. Local historian Gordon Rogers will talk about Winston Churchill’s ‘toys’ - weapons of war which were designed, tested and produced in a quiet country house in North Bucks which will feature in a BBC2 documentary, ‘How we won the war’ to be aired this autumn. In aid of Scannappeal. Tickets cost £15 each and include a free welcome drink and are available from www.scannappeal.org.uk/events or telephone 01494 734161.
Great Kingshill Residents' Association Beer Festival and Fête, 1pm onwards, Great Kingshill. The Beer Festival will have ales from a variety of small breweries. The Fête has Morris Dancers, a fairground, many stalls and a full programme of entertainment. For youngsters, there will be the opportunity to take part in the village Olympics. Entrance is free to fête and Olympics.
Bucks Open studio and charity cream teas, 1pm, Hazlemere. Local artist Barbara Pearman will be holding an exhibition of vibrant artwork and altered books, greeting cards. Enjoy a delicious cream tea, surrounded by flower filled garden. Proceeds of teas to Motor Neurone Disease Association. Open today and June 17, 22, 23 and 24. Visit www.bucksopenstudios.org.uk for more information.
Haddenham Village Fête, 1pm, Haddenham Village Green, Church End and Flint Street. Traditional village fête. Entertainment from The Shamrocks ceilidh band, The Haddenham Hoofers and local Morris Dancing troops. Plenty to eat and drink and fun for all the family. All money raised on the day will go to local charities and causes.
Literary Festival, 11am-6pm, The Olde Bell, Hurley. Picador have teamed up with the Olde Bell to showcase the work of their new talent. Headlined by renowned journalist and author, Jon Ronson, Bell Stories will feature author talks and interviews on recent and forthcoming works. Authors include Stuart Evers, Howard Cunnell, Anna Raverat and poet, Paul Farley. Tickets are priced between £5 and £10 and can be purchased from the Olde Bell reception or go to www.theoldebell.co.uk.
West Wycombe Vintage Car Display, 2-4pm, West Wycombe Park. Family Father's Day Event with veteran cars parked up along the Broadwalk. Normal admission applies.
‘Pedal and a Pint’, 10am-5pm, New Inn Farm, Stowe. Dads can enjoy a bike ride plus a free taster of New Inn Restoration Ale, courtesy of the National Trust, which was brewed by Chiltern Brewery. There is a three mile cycle trail. To find out more call 01280 817156 or email email@example.com, you can also log on to www.nationaltrust.org.uk/stowe.
Joanna Macgregor at Jordans Music Club Summer Festival, 8pm, Jubilee Hall, School Lane, Seer Green. International pianist Joanna MacGregor will play a fascinating programme combining a selection of Preludes and Fugues by Bach with those of Shostakovich, concluding with Mussorgskys Pictures at an Exhibition. See www.jordansmusicclub.org.uk for more details. Tickets are £15 from 01923 283330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boutique Cinema, 7.30pm.Claytons Marlow, 16, Oxford Road.Marlow. Every Monday the pub transforms into an intimate boutique cinema showing the best in film. With their full menu available until 9pm. For full film listings at Claytons Marlow including trailers see http://www.marlowbar.com/films Film starts at 8pm with a pre-feature comedy classic from 7.30pm. Free entry.
Sweet Charity, 8pm, until June 23, The Court Theatre, Tring. The company bring this classic musical to the stage with numbers such as Big Spender, Rhythm of Life and Baby Dream Your Dream. Tickets are £6-£15 from 07543560478 or www.courttheatre.co.uk.
Burning To Get The Vote, 7.30pm, High Wycombe Library, 5 Eden Place.High Wycombe. A talk by Colin Cartwright on the Suffragette movement in High Wycombe focussing on arson attacks and other acts of militancy. Entry is £3 for members of Friends of Wycombe Library, £5 non-members, £2 students with valid ID. Call 01628 525207 for details.
Comedy Night featuring Steve Gribbin, 8pm, The Potters Arms, Winchmore Hill. £8. Call Richard on 01494726222 to book. Tickets are limited. Ticket price includes chicken in a basket or scampi and chips.
For more events see the community news section in the Bucks Free Press.
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