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What's on this week
Macmillan Cancer Support World's Biggest Coffee Morning events are taking place all over the county this morning, To find one near you go to http://coffee.macmillan.org.uk
Coaching and Learning Meeting, 3-4.30pm, The Tree Hotel at Cadmore End, Marlow Road, Cadmore End. Expert insight and advice for business owners, employers or employees. This coaching and learning meeting is hosted by Adhere Training; experts in training for small and medium businesses, with an aim to support and improve businesses through developing people in the workplace.Go to www.adheretraining.co.uk or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Live jazz with Vanessa Haynes, 8pm, The Tree Hotel at Cadmore End, Marlow Road, Cadmore End. She is a London based singer who has been on the scene for ten years. Vanessa can be heard singing lead on Life Ain't Nothing But a Good Thing. Call 01494 881183 for details.
Bucks Pottery and Sculpture Society, 8pm, Little Kingshill Village Hall, Windsor Lane, Little Kingshill. Our visiting speaker this month will be Daren Greenhow who is a sculptor working primarily in recycled metal. Daren says he enjoys the challenge of taking everyday objects and reinterpreting them in new and unexpected ways. Examples of his work can be seen at www.darengreenhow.com. Tickets are £2 for members, £5 for guests. Call 01296 738983.
The Gerrards Cross Community Association Annual Jumble Sale, 10am-1pm, The Memorial Centre, East Common. The first sale (toys and hardware) is from 10am - 1pm on Friday with the general sale taking place on Saturday 29 from 10am - 2pm. Parking is free and refreshments are available for anyone needing a break from shopping. Entrance £1. For more information contact 01753 883759, email email@example.com or visit the website at www.gxca.org.uk.
Blue/ Orange, 7.30pm, until Saturday with a Sat matinee at 2.30pm, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury. A psychological thriller featuring Robert Bathurst. Tickets range from £10-£27 from 0844 8717607 or go to www.atgtickets.com/aylesbury.
Macmillan Cancer Support World's Biggest Coffee Morning, 10am-12pm, Flackwell Heath Methodist Church, Heath End Road, Flackwell Heath. Fairtrade tea and coffee, home-made cakes, Traidcraft (Fairtrade items), Earthly Joys Jewellery and a Bring-and-Buy stall. Free entertainment from local pianist and composer, Alex Routledge. Free car park behind Budgens supermarket. All welcome. Free entry.
Sparkles - Big Step Forward Relay, 10am, The Eden Centre -outside Marks and Spencers, Abbey Way, Town Centre, High Wycombe. Sparkles is a charity providing speech and language therapy for pre-school children who have Down's syndrome. Children and their families, who attend Sparkles will be taking part in a relay and collecting donations. Information about the charity which is open to all pre-school aged children in Buckinghamshire who have Down's syndrome will be available on the day. Visit the Sparkles website for more information: www.sparkles.org.uk.
Help for Heroes charity day, 12pm onwards, The Rifle Butts, London Road, High Wycombe. An all day long charity event for Help for Heroes. BBQ, darts competition, bouncy castle (weather permitting) Also one of their regulars, Fred, will be shaving off his beard for the first time in 20 years with the help from Hawes Barbers. There will also be live music in the evening. Call 01494 533740 for details.
Open afternoon, 1pm, The Bagnall Centre, 71-79 Waterside.Chesham.A chance to come and see all the wonderful things on offer at The Bagnall Centre. Meet its Associates, try a short class, have a taster treatment or attend a talk. Call 01494 791288 for details.
Over 25s Singles Dance Party, 9pm onwards, The Junction Bar, 55,1 London Road, High Wycombe. Over 25s Singles and Couples Dance Party by Gold Fever Events. £6 entry via guestlist on facebook.com/goldfeverevents. Call 01494 531396 for details.
The Ragged Trousers Philanthropists, by Stephen Lowe, 7.45pm, The Players Theatre, Nelson Street, Thame. Directed by Louise Townsend and featuring Neil Gore and Fine Times Fontayne, the show is witty, fast paced and hard hitting. It tells the story of a group of decorators, who are joined by Owen, an artist and journeyman-prophet with a vision of a just society. Tickets are £10 and £9 from Tickets Anywhere, Greyhound Walk or call 01844 217228.
Aylesbury FC vs Thames Valley Police, 11.30am, Aylesbury FC, Haywood Way, Aylesbury. gates open at 10.30am. All proceeds will go to Brain Tumour UK. Tickets are £1 for children (5-15) adults, £2.50 and under fives free. Tickets can be purchased at the gate on match day. Sunday Night Singers-The Best Of, 7:30pm, The Beacon Centre, Holtspur Way, Beaconsfield. The Sunday Night Singers present an evening of contemporary music with a mix of ballads, comedy and show stoppers. Following their formation three years ago, they have had sell out shows in London and Bucks. For this evening's one night only show, they present their most popular songs. Call 01628 821165 for details. Tickets are £10.
Hambleden Circular walk, 10am, Meet at the Stag and Huntsman. Monthly walks for the 50+ group, with the WDC woodland rangers. Please ring to book a place so they know numbers. It is £2 per person per walk. Call 01494 421825 for details.
For more events see the Top Five Things to do This Weekend in the leisure section on the website, or go to the events page or see community news in the Bucks Free Press.