THE Director of One Church Gallery in Great Missenden, Lyndsey Keeling, will lift the lid on Art In a Box- her latest exhibition. It presents a collection of the best entries to a nationwide open submission for which artists were asked to make works with boxes. There will be magical light boxes, fascinating collections and boxes bearing messages. It opens tomorrow (Saturday) from 11-4pm until October 8. The gallery in Church Street is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 11am-4pm. Call 01494863344.

JUMP on your bike for a free family cycle ride this Sunday at Stowe from 10.30am until 4pm. The event through the parkland has been arranged by the National Trust in partnership with CTC- the UK's National Cyclists' Organisation. To find out more called 01280822850 or email You do not need to book just bring you own bike.

THE closing concert for the Hambleden Concerts 2011 season is tomorrow (Saturday) at the parish church, Hambleden, near Henley-on-Thames. The Serenata Soloists return, directed by Neil Aston, with Till Eulenspiegel Einmal Anders! - R. Strauss arr. Hasenohrl, Septet in B flat - Berwald, Duets for cello and double bass – Rossini and Nonet in F – Spohr. Tickets are £12(Friends of the Hambleden Concerts: £10, children £5) from 01491 571588, by calling in person at Hambleden Stores or at the door.

HEDSOR 2011- a one-night society music festival in aid of Medecins San Frontieres, Doctors Without Borders- will be held tomorrow at Hedsor House in Taplow. The one night music festival will welcome guest at 5pm. The theme is Welcome to the Jungle- Tatler Magazine will be photographing the event. There will be music from Shlomo, Lyrix Organix, Rocketeer and 5 Cent Threate. The ticket price includes all inclusive drinks, food, ground pass from 5pm on Saturday to 1pm on Sunday and a detox drink the morning in the camping area. Go to Tickets are £85 and £4.25 booking fee.

BOURNE End Library sees an exhibition by an international group of selected photographers, as part of the Wooburn Festival. Opening on September 20 images from around the world can be enjoyed, free of charge, during normal library hours. Much of the work, including “Limited Editions” is available for purchase. There are also a selection of local images of an historical nature. Visitors are encouraged to submit information or their own old pictures to SWOP for possible future inclusion. SWOP is the local archive of photographic materials more properly known as Save Wycombe’s Old Pictures .