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What's On Brackley

Today to 27 Jul 17 within 40 miles.

More details - House and Garden Opening
Deene Park is very much a home, lived in by the family, playing host to friends and guests at weekends as well as the public during Open Days. The...
Deen Park, Deene,
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More details - House and Garden Opening
Deene Park is very much a home, lived in by the family, playing host to friends and guests at weekends as well as the public during Open Days. The...
Deen Park, Deene,
Fri 30 Jun

More details - June Skydive
Tick something off your bucket list in 2016 and join us for an adrenalin-fuelled tandem jump from 10,000ft throughout September at Hinton Airfield...
Hinton Airfield
Today and Fri 30 Jun

More details - Shelswell History Festival
The Shelswell History Festival celebrates local history and rural heritage. From Saxon invasions and Civil War battles, hidden histories of the 10...
Shelswell Estate, Hethe Road, Fringford, Bicester,
Fri 7 Jul to Sun 9 Jul

More details - Stowe - Demons land: a poem come true
A multi-media installation in which a great poem - Edmund Spenser’s ’Faerie Queene’ - is brought eerily to life. Its film,...
Stowe, New Inn Farm, Buckingham
Today to Sun 16 Jul

More details - Stowe - Family explorers: Leaf spotters
The trees are in full leaf, so it’s the perfect time to see how many varieties you can spot. Pick up a leaf spotter guide to learn your oak...
Stowe, New Inn Farm, Buckingham
Sat 1 Jul to Mon 31 Jul

More details - Stowe - Toddler Tuesday: Summer leaves
Drop by the cafe for fun toddler activities and meet other families in our local community. Drop by the cafe for fun toddler activities and meet...
Stowe, New Inn Farm, Buckingham
Tue 4 Jul

More details - Stowe - Man's Best Friend Monthly Dog Walk
Join the dogs of Stowe on a paw patrol with a different theme and leader each month. Booking Not Needed. Children welcome. Dogs on leads welcome.
Stowe, New Inn Farm, Buckingham
Wed 19 Jul, Wed 16 Aug

More details - Stowe - Wild Wednesday: Plant it, grow it, eat it
Join our wild team and make a creepy-crawly cress filled caterpillar. Decorate your own caterpillar, plant the seeds and watch them grow at home...
Stowe, New Inn Farm, Buckingham
Wed 26 Jul

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival - Peter James: Scaring the Reader - and the Writer
International bestselling writer Peter James reveals how he became a writer, why research is vital to his work, why he spends so much time with...
Radcliffe Centre, Church St, Buckingham
Fri 30 Jun

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival: Raymond Tallis In conversation with Anthony Seldon
We are delighted to welcome to the Festival one of our foremost popular philosophers, for what promises to be a stimulating and thought provoking...
Radcliffe Centre, Church St, Buckingham
Fri 30 Jun

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival - Anthony Seldon: 10 Keys to Successful Political Leadership
Launch Event at the Buckingham Literary Festival What makes a good leader? Sir Anthony Seldon is an authority on British Prime Ministers and the...
Radcliffe Centre, Church St, Buckingham
Fri 30 Jun

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival: John Higgs Watlington Street - Travels Through Britain
Watling Street: Travels Through Britain and It’s Ever-Present Past Watling Street is one of Britain’s oldest and most enchanting roads, connecting...
Radcliffe Centre, Church St, Buckingham
Fri 30 Jun

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival: Louise Doughty and Clare Mackintosh Writing Crime & Fighting Crime
We’re living in a new golden age of thriller writing and what better way to spend an hour than with two of our best-selling crime and thriller...
Radcliffe Centre, Church St, Buckingham
Sat 1 Jul

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival: An Evening with Roger McGough
2017 marks more McGough milestones than the average year. There’s the 50th anniversary of the iconic and top-selling Penguin Modern Poets no.10 – The...
The Festival Tent, University of Buckingham
Sat 1 Jul

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival : Chris Patten in conversation with John Bercow
Chris Patten’s stellar political career took a sharp turn in 1992 when he unexpectedly lost his parliamentary seat. The irrepressible Patten,...
The Festival Tent, University of Buckingham
Sat 1 Jul

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival: Jack Cooke A Room With a View
Step into the canopy with Jack Cooke as he takes us on an arboreal adventure, sharing stories from the branches and exploring what compels us to...
Radcliffe Centre, Church St, Buckingham
Sat 1 Jul

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival: Out of China: How the Chinese Ended the Era of Western Domination
Join Robert Bickers, the writer and historian, who will discuss momentous shifts in the world order. History matters in China today, and what...
Radcliffe Centre, Church St, Buckingham
Sat 1 Jul

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival: An Afternoon with Jacqueline Wilson
We are thrilled to welcome the award-winning writer and former Children’s Laureate Dame Jacqueline Wilson to Buckingham. Discover how this much-loved...
The Festival Tent, University of Buckingham,
Sat 1 Jul

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival: Mark Lawson in conversation with Georgina Godwin
Best known as a journalist and broadcaster and for many years presenter of BBC Radio 4’s flagship arts programme Front Row, today Mark will be...
Buckingham Literary Festival
Sat 1 Jul

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival:  Lloyd Clark Blitzkrieg France 1940: Man Machine and Myth
Lightning Strike – the new total war attack strategy used by the Germans in 1940 swept all before it– but was the outcome as inevitable as many think...
Radcliffe Centre, Church St, Buckingham
Sat 1 Jul

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival: Henry Hemming - Maxwell Knight MI5's Greatest Spymaster
Would you make a good spy? To find out, come to Henry Hemming’s gripping talk about two remarkable female spies and the man who ran them – Maxwell...
Radcliffe Centre, Church St, Buckingham
Sun 2 Jul

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival: How to be Published Like a Pro
So, you’ve written your book. What now? Do you want a printed book, an eBook, or both? Should you look for an agent? Or publish it yourself – via...
Tanlaw Mill, University of Buckingham,
Sun 2 Jul

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival: Mark Stevenson The Future and What To Do About It
It’s the 21st century and our world is under the huge pressures of modern life. What’s to be done? Come to help explore questions about our future...
Radcliffe Centre, Church St, Buckingham
Sun 2 Jul

More details - Buckingham Literary Festival: How To Write Like a Pro
How do you write your best possible book? Where might inspiration come from? How do you research an idea? Does research fuel creativity? What...
Tanlaw Mill, University of Buckingham
Sun 2 Jul

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Sea Watch Foundations’ annual National Whale and Dolphin Watch.
Take part by recording and reporting your sightings, all you need is a pen and some sightings forms.

Saturday 29th July - Sunday August 6th

www.seawatchfoundation.org.uk