Scarecrows promote Downley's first Village Festival

Bucks Free Press: Scarecrows promote Downley's first Village Fesitval

9:00am Friday 20th June 2014

SCARECROWS have taken over Downley - but only to promote the village’s inaugural jam-packed entertainment festival which kicks off tomorrow.

Deadly animals at Tring museum

Bucks Free Press: Deadly animals at Tring museum

9:50am Wednesday 26th March 2014

A NEW free exhibition has been launched at the Natural History Museum in Tring focusing on the killer instincts of animals.

Bucks Art Society exhibit its fine art

Bucks Free Press: Linseed at Emmington

10:00am Tuesday 18th March 2014

THE annual open exhibition of the Bucks Art Society is opening at the start of next month.

Special embroidered hangings kept in Britain

Bucks Free Press: Projects worked on by architecture firm Alan Baxter and Associates include Waddesdon Manor

3:30pm Monday 21st October 2013

EMBROIDERIES dating from the early 18th century will now be looked after by The Rothschild Foundation in Waddesdon Manor.

Art at school

Bucks Free Press: Art at school

2:35pm Thursday 18th July 2013

SIXTH formers and Year 11 pupils showed off their artwork at an exhibition at Princes Risborough School.

The delights on offer during Bucks Open Studios

Bucks Free Press: Hazel's artwork

12:40pm Friday 21st June 2013

BUCKS Open Studios is coming to the end of its two week long exhibition.

Bucks artist creates 9 foot tall Struthiomimus

Bucks Free Press: Andrew Sinclair

2:10pm Friday 10th May 2013

A MASSIVE life-sized dinosaur, ridden by a naked top-hatted fat lady, is about to take to the streets of Bucks - on its way to the Chelsea Flower Show.

Chiltern Painters preparing for their next exhibition

Bucks Free Press: Chiltern Painters preparing for their next exhibition

1:40pm Sunday 31st March 2013

A PAINTING group which was formed in 1969 is exhibiting its work next month.

New gallery for Chalfont St Giles

Bucks Free Press: Cheryl Gillan at Hillier Gallery

4:40pm Friday 29th March 2013

A NEW art gallery has opened its doors in Chalfont St Giles.

Bucks Open Studios has record number of artists

Bucks Free Press: Ian Moore, who exhibited last year

12:10pm Monday 18th March 2013

ART studios across the county will fling open their doors to the public once more in June with more artists and makers taking part than ever before.

New art venture for hospital and school

Bucks Free Press: New art venture for hospital and school

11:40am Sunday 17th March 2013

A SCHOOL in Great Missenden and a hospital have joined forces in a new arts venture.

West Wycombe Art Group exhibit at The Swan

Bucks Free Press: Apple II by Josh Ashton

3:50pm Saturday 19th January 2013

AN art group whose work has become a regular feature in West Wycombe has brought its talent to the Wycombe Swan.

Taplow artist to exhibit in London

Bucks Free Press: Taplow artist to exhibit in London

4:40pm Friday 16th November 2012

A TAPLOW based artist's exhibition opened this week in London. Brian Horton is described as one of England’s most imaginative landscape painters.

Exhibition includes Ted Hughes artist

Bucks Free Press: The Space Between by Jackie Morris

3:30pm Friday 2nd November 2012

AN exhibition which features work by an artist who has illustrated books by Ted Hughes, Carol Ann Duffy and Robin Hobbs finishes this Sunday.

Live art at High Wycombe studios

Bucks Free Press: Richard DeDominici

11:00am Sunday 14th October 2012

LIVE art is coming to a studio in High Wycombe in the form of Richard DeDominici, who will be doing a performance of his new show Popaganda.

1,500 flock to food festival

Bucks Free Press: 1,500 flock to food festival

12:00pm Friday 28th September 2012

BRITAIN'S youngest head chef was among the culinary stars which drew in 1,500 guests to the Marlow Food Festival.

Landscape as you’ve never imagined it at One Church Street Gallery

Bucks Free Press: Landscape as you’ve never imagined it at One Church Street Gallery

4:03pm Wednesday 19th September 2012

LANDSCAPE and Anxiety at One Church Street Gallery in Great Missenden showcases the work of distinguished artist and curatorial partnership, Anne Eggebert and Polly Gould, whose pieces explore how landscapes make you feel rather than merely how they look.

Frankenstein could inspire horror festival in Marlow

Bucks Free Press: Boris Karloff as Frankenstein’s monster

7:00am Tuesday 11th September 2012

HE IS one of the most terrifying horror creations in literary history and now Frankenstein's monster could become the inspiration for a horror festival in a Marlow - the place of his birth.

Glass artist takes inspiration from the coast

Bucks Free Press: Tanya Gregory

5:13pm Wednesday 22nd August 2012

A Bucks New University graduate is exhibiting her work at a national event.

What's on this week

Bucks Free Press: Jazzie B

10:10am Friday 29th June 2012

WHAT'S on this week in south Bucks.

Royal history returns on eve of jubilee

Bucks Free Press: Royal history returns on eve of jubilee

9:46am Monday 28th May 2012

A PIECE of Royal history has been brought back home on the eve of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

Artists prepare for huge Bucks Open Studios

Bucks Free Press: Lucian Taylor and Elizabeth Callinicos

1:20pm Friday 18th May 2012

BUCKS Open Studios is the perfect opportunity to see the wide variety of artistic talent on your doorstep as studios across the county fling open their doors and welcome the public.

What's on this week

Bucks Free Press: Nancy Astor

12:10pm Friday 18th May 2012

TAKE a look at what's on this in south Bucks.

Stolen painting had huge personal value, says owner

Bucks Free Press: 'Cookham from Englefield' which was taken from the gallery

2:30pm Sunday 13th May 2012

THE owner of a stolen painting has told of the huge personal value it has for her and her family and appealed for its return.

Olympic artist to visit Marlow

Bucks Free Press: Alexandra Rosca and Paul Gray from the Lemongrove Gallery (pictured here with some of his work)

7:30am Tuesday 1st May 2012

AN OLYMPIC artist is coming to Marlow next month for a special guest appearance at the Lemongrove Gallery.

Exhibition with a feminine tone starts today

Bucks Free Press: Rachel Thomson artwork

5:00pm Friday 20th April 2012

A EXHIBITION of two photographers with strongly feminine perspectives is opening at a gallery in Great Missenden today.

Stanley Spencer's daughter unveils memorial carving

Bucks Free Press: Stanley Spencer's daughter unveils memorial carving

3:30pm Friday 6th April 2012

THE daughter of famous biblical artist Stanley Spencer unveiled a carving in memory of her father at a celebratory service.

Review: Marlow Entertainers with Jack and The Beanstalk

2:52pm Saturday 7th January 2012

There’s still time for panto (oh yes there is).Marlow may be a small community but the Marlow Entertainers have achieved amazing feats over the past 40 years. Young and old, talented or simply zealous, this week they are once again showing what a little enthusiasm and hard work can produce.

Swirls and circles inspire High Wycombe artist

Bucks Free Press: Swirls and circles inspire High Wycombe artist

4:20pm Friday 2nd December 2011

EVER had the feeling you're going around in circles?

What's coming up in Bucks

Bucks Free Press: West Wycombe is a hidden treasure!

4:42pm Saturday 20th August 2011

THE Chilterns Craft Show will showcase handmade crafts for homes and gardens from August 26-29 at Stonor Park, Henley-on-Thames. There will be food and drink in the Good Food Live area, live music, features, displays and a show garden. It is open from 9.30am-5.30pm (5pm on Friday). Tickets are £6.50 for adults (£5 in advance) senior, £5.50 (advance £4) and children under 16 free if accompanied by a parent. Otherwise £3. Buy tickets online at or phone 01425277988.

Hazlemere author explores The Other Canal

Bucks Free Press: Barbara Butcher

4:36pm Saturday 20th August 2011

APPEARANCES can be deceptive as the front cover of Barbara Butcher's first novel proves.

Jimmy Osmond talks to Freetime about The Osmonds tour

Bucks Free Press: Jimmy Osmond

11:02am Friday 12th August 2011

JIMMY Osmond does not take himself too seriously and neither, it seems, does his family.

What's on in the weeks ahead

Bucks Free Press: The Roald Dahl Museum

12:11pm Friday 12th August 2011

What's coming up in the weeks ahead.

This week's gigs

12:09pm Friday 12th August 2011

Plan your week with this week's gig guide.

What's on this week in Bucks

Bucks Free Press: Anthony Kerr

11:14am Friday 12th August 2011

Take a look at the top five picks of what's on this week.

Dad's death leads to awakening of poet

Bucks Free Press: Dad's death leads to awakening of poet

3:28pm Friday 5th August 2011

WORDS are a powerful tool – just ask Mervyn Cooke, whose evocative book written following his father’s death has reduced grown men to tears.

Hot band at the festival

Bucks Free Press: Hot Water Music are set to play Reading Festival

11:21am Friday 5th August 2011

HOT Water Music have never had a hit single or been featured on MTV, but instead they have done something far more impressive: they have been together since the early 90s and stayed true to their roots and themselves. Here bassist Jason Black talks to Victoria MacFarlaine, ahead of the band’s Reading Festival show this month, about their famous friends, their unique sound, and how they wouldn’t be suited to super-stardom.

Summer at Waddesdon Manor

Bucks Free Press: Summer at Waddesdon Manor

3:42pm Friday 5th August 2011

THERE are a host of activities for children this summer at Waddesdon Manor to keep families entertained.

This week's gigs

Bucks Free Press: This week's gigs

3:38pm Friday 5th August 2011

Rupe's Gig Guide brought to you by Freetime

What's on this week

Bucks Free Press: Stowe Landscape Garden

3:31pm Friday 5th August 2011

The pick of the week ahead.

Events in the weeks ahead

Bucks Free Press: Oxford Castle Food and Wine

3:19pm Friday 5th August 2011

Freetime's preview of events coming up.

Explore Bucks with Treasure Trails

Bucks Free Press: Explore Bucks with Treasure Trails

3:21pm Friday 5th August 2011

FIND the missing loot in High Wycombe or discover who killed leading oarsman, Ivor Rowlock, in Marlow with new trails designed for the summer.

Shakespeare comes to Pendley

Bucks Free Press: Clementine Croft and Harry Livingstone

12:20pm Friday 29th July 2011

THE language of Shakespeare will fill the air in Pendley in August as a popular festival returns once more.

What's on in the week ahead

Bucks Free Press: Theo Randall

11:00am Friday 29th July 2011

Take a look at what's on this week.

Saturday Kitchen star will be at Eden's food festival

Bucks Free Press: Theo Randall

12:00pm Tuesday 26th July 2011

TOP London chef, Theo Randall, will be entertaining crowds at this weekend's food festival in Eden shopping centre.

Youngsters take on West Side Story at the Swan

Bucks Free Press: Ollie Sloan and Suzie Aries

9:40am Friday 22nd July 2011

MORE than 250 youngsters from the area will be taken back to the streets of 1950s New York and performing one of the greatest love stories ever told.

Veteran gig-goer talks to Freetime

Bucks Free Press: Rupert Butterfield

11:30am Friday 22nd July 2011

A VETERAN gig-goer and the ‘face of south Buckinghamshire’s music scene’ says listening to new talent gives him “a massive buzz”.

Palaces for Pigs released by Bucks author

12:40pm Friday 22nd July 2011

IN County Kildare there is a temple built to resemble a fox's earth and its purpose- for a master of foxhounds to escape to in his after life.

This week's gigs

Bucks Free Press: Rupert Butterfield

10:06am Friday 22nd July 2011

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The week ahead in Bucks

Bucks Free Press: Winslow Band

10:00am Friday 22nd July 2011

What's on in the week ahead.

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