1. SOME of Wycombe’s premier bands are gearing up for Frogfest this Sunday. Hundreds of people descended on Frogmoor last May for nine hours of music and street entertainment at the launch of the first open-air live music festival in the town centre. The festival - organised by the High Wycombe Business Improvement District Company in conjunction with Ruby Moon and Scorpios Bar - returns for its second outing this Sunday. The Ska Souls will headline the main stage - with other performers including HartBeats, Splash the Cash, Antix, Sam Brown’s Ukulele Orchestra and the Jackie Palmer Stage School. Artists performing on the acoustic stage include Maz Manzini, Amir Sharma, Ant Barnes, Let there Be Light, Jack Kozera and Harry Quinn. Children can watch Punch and Judy and Shambolic Sideshow showcase their circus skills, put their creative talents to work on a giant interactive art wall, take part in a bandana workshop and get their face painted. Kitch Me Kwik will once again have their traditional teashop in operation and retro clothes on display alongside Ruby Moon’s stand. It starts at 12pm.
2. VISIT Clayton's Marlow for an all day Bank Holiday Sunday party as Café del Marlow returns to mark the beginning of summer. During the day, DJs will be playing tracks from the rum shack in their award winning garden whilst you sip on cocktails and feast on their BBQ. Then as day turns into night, they'll turn up the tempo to bring you the best in funky, soulful and classic house with live percussion and saxophone for a unique party vibe to keep you dancing and smiling until the early morning. For information on all future events, visit www.claytonsmarlow.com or call 01628 488 404. Tickets: free before 8pm - £5 after.
3. CRUISE along the Thames from Bourne End Marina on board the 1883 steam passenger vessel 'Alaska' which was built at Bourne End and is not only one of the 1,000 vessels that took part in the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Pageant but has also carried Her Majesty on two separate occasions. It takes place on Saturday, Sunday and Monday with 50 minute trips on the hour 11am to 5pm. Tickets are £10 adults, £6 children and seniors. Book by phone on 07774 925323.
4. THERE is the opportunity to see and purchase new work from Marlow Art and Crafts Society members and guest exhibitors this weekend from tomorrow and until May 29. This will include framed art work, unframed work, pottery, ceramics, jewellery, fabric art, greetings cards - and more. The church hall in The Causeway, Marlow is wheelchair and pushchair friendly. Nearest parking is at Court Garden or Liston Road Car Parks. Tickets: 30p. Starts at 10am.
5. ENJOY live music at a beer festival this weekend at The Bell in Princes Risborough. It will be in the pub's new garden all day every day during the bank holiday weekend from 11am to 11pm. BBZ Allstars, Two None Blonds, Teaser and many more will be performing. There will also be stalls, face painters, a BBQ, two bars, bouncy castles, a gladiator ring, as well as a large selection of real ales and ciders. The event is in aid of The Air Ambulance.