Wednesday July 1, 2015

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July 2015 : Results 1 - 15 of 112 : sorted by date.

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The exhibition charts the life and art of Henry Moore (1898 -1986) through a selection of 100 drawings from the collection of The Henry Moore Foundation. Although best known as a sculptor, Moore was a prolific and talented draughtsman.Through his... View more details - Waddesdon Manor - Henry Moore : From Paper to Bronze 100 Drawings
Waddesdon Manor, Waddesdon, near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP18 0JH
Wed 17 Jun to Sun 21 Jun, Wed 24 Jun to Sun 28 Jun, Today to Sun 5 Jul, Wed 8 Jul to Sun 12 Jul, Wed 15 Jul to Sun 19 Jul, Wed 22 Jul to Sun 26 Jul, Wed 29 Jul to Sun 2 Aug, Wed 5 Aug to Sun 9 Aug, Wed 12 Aug to Sat 15 Aug

The private gardens of Lord Carrington, designed by Robert Adam and set in the rolling Chiltern Hills. Beautiful walled and herbaceous gardens, famous Lyde water garden, memorial garden to Lady Carrington planted with roses, contemporary sculptures.... View more details - Scannappeal Open Garden at Bledlow Manor
The Manor House, Church End, Bledow, Buckinghamshire HP27 9PA

Sheep Racing Returns To Odds Farm Park From May Half Term The ever popular Sheep Racing* returns to Odds Farm Park from May Half Term! With a specially built mini race track with jumps and bends, eager sheep with miniature jockeys, Sheep Racing... View more details - Sheep Racing Returns To Odds Farm Park
Odds Farm Park, Wooburn Common, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP10 0LX
Today to Sun 19 Jul

In this 10 session course Sally White shows you how to make a stunning patchwork quilt. Using a range of different techniques both old and modern, by hand and by machine, this course builds your knowledge and skills in various patchwork methods. You... View more details - Beginners Sampler Quilt Course
Threads and Patches, 15 Watling Street, Fenny Stratford Bletchley, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK2 2BU
Today to Thu 3 Dec

The title of this talk says it all. Milton Keynes has been the site of a great archaeological dig, easily enabling us to trace 2,000 years and more of human settlement. Being on a busy Roman and medieval road, history did not pass it by.... View more details - Milton Keynes: 2000 Years Of History
Methodist Church Hall, Queensway, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK2 2HB

We play the great sport of korfball - it’s a bit like netball/basketball with mixed-sex teams and some different rules. Our summer training is outdoors on the grass at MK Rugby Club, Emerson Valley every Thursday from 7:30-9pm, followed by a... View more details - Try korfball for free on 25 June or 1 July we'll give £5 to Cystic Fibrosis Trust! Beginner fr
Emerson Valley Sports Pavilion Buckinghamshire MK4 2DN
Thu 25 Jun, Thu 2 Jul

…ideal music for a summer evening… Delightful acoustic harmonies from some fine musicians: Neil Mercer, Ian Spratley, Heidi Carascon, Chris Allin, Kobold, and Acoustic Bridge. Tickets are £5.00 and can be bought on-line at... View more details - Riverside Parks Music: Acoustic Harmonies
York House Centre, London Road, Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire MK11 1JQ
Fri 3 Jul

A Summer Concert in aid of The Thames Valley Adventure Playground for Children and Adults with special needs is to be be held at Taplow Court, Taplow, near Maidenhead on July 3rd ,at 7.30pm. ( picnic in grounds from 6 pm, weather permitting) The... View more details - A Summer Concert
Fri 3 Jul

No experience necessary. Impressive structures can be achieved With Dave Gosling & Tony Davies Dave and Tony will explain the story behind willow weaving and how it lead them into creating these amazing sculptures. The day’s activity will... View more details - Willow Sculpture Woodland Workshop
Clue Hill Farm, nr Brill, Buckinghamshire HP18 9UZ
Fri 3 Jul

Head back to the 1950s! Top Rock n Roll, Rockabilly & Doo Wop music for Jiving, Strolling, Bopping and generally enjoying! Fully sprung wooden dancefloor and a great social atmosphere! BYO drinks and nibbles! Only £5 Entry! View more details - 1950s Rock n Roll Jive Party
Frieth Village Hall Buckinghamshire RG9 6PR
Fri 3 Jul

Once a month, you can join the Waddesdon guides to learn about life at the Manor, how it was used in the 19th century and how it was run. Explore rooms where the servants lived and worked and find out how we use these areas of the House today.... View more details - Waddesdon Manor - Behind the Scenes Tours
Waddesdon Manor, Waddesdon, near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP18 0JH
Fri 8 May, Fri 5 Jun, Fri 3 Jul

WW1 Poetry Evening 4th July – 7.00pm – 9.30pm, St Peter & Paul Church Hall As part of its commemoration of WW1, the Museum is delighted that Milton Keynes’s very own Poet Laureate, Mark Niel, and Heart and Music Choir will be presenting an evening... View more details - We Will Remember Them
St Peter & Paul Church Hall, Church Street, Olney, Buckinghamshire MK46 4AD
Sat 4 Jul

Great selection of quality, locally produced food at this monthly market. Buy rare-breed pork, bacon and sausages, buffalo meat, lamb, game and poultry. Plus seasonal fruit and vegetables, free range eggs, artisan breads, pies and baked goods,... View more details - Little Chalfont Farmers' Market
Village Hall car park, Cokes Lane, Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire HP8 4UD
Sat 4 Jul

Find out what life was like in medieval England. View more details - Medieval Life
Chiltern Open Air Museum, Newland Park, Gorelands Lane, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire HP8 4AB
Sat 4 Jul and Sun 5 Jul

The village of Loughton is playing to host to over 60 scarecrows in the 2015 Trail which starts from All Saints’ Church on Saturday 4 July; each one will represent a book, film or play. Trail guides will include a quiz for the children, and a... View more details - Scarecrow Trail:  Loughton, Milton Keynes
All Saints’ Church, Loughton Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK5 8AS
Sat 4 Jul to Sat 11 Jul

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