Discover the history of Waddesdon Manor. A 20 minute talk by one of our House Guides, uncovering an aspect of Waddesdon’s extraordinary collection and history. A different topic will be covered each day, with guides discussing their areas of interest and expertise. Booking Not Needed.
An introduction to the history of Waddesdon Manor. Join one of our volunteer garden guides on a 45 minute walk to explore the history of the gardens, the Manor and the Rothschild family. This walk goes through the grounds on paved and gravel paths. Hosted daily at 11.30am (also 2pm on Wed & Fri).
Meet our collection of rare and endangered birds. A free 20 minute talk on weekdays about the Aviary and its work, presented by a member of the Aviary team. Learn about the exotic collection of rare and endangered birds at Waddesdon and the important conservation work of this registered zoo.
Richard Grainger is a prolific and diverse artist, songwriter and musician who has been performing on the British Folk Scene since the 1980’s.
30 years have elapsed since he made his first recording and this was celebrated in his 30th Anniversary Concert in Middlesbrough Town Hall in 2015.
Join us for a tour of Flint House and Windmill Hill Archive. This is your chance to see exquisite interiors and artworks of two pieces of contemporary architecture on the Waddesdon estate, Windmill Hill Archive and Flint House.
See a blanket of bluebells on a self-led trail around the estate. Nestled inside the woods at Cliveden estate, bluebells brighten up this historic forest. We’ll find the best displays and highlight them on trail map for you to stroll along.
See the spectacle of hundreds of thousands of daffodils bloom across the estate. Golden daffodils carpet the grounds of the gardens and woodlands we look after. this year we’ve added 57 new varieties to our collection, meaning the spectacle is bound to be bigger and better than ever.
Somewhere in Clivedens woodland there’s a lost treasure waiting to be discovered. Band together to solve the clues and see if you can solve the case of the missing Sancy diamond. Back in 1946 during a lavish dinner party, the Sancy diamond from Nancy Astors bejewelled tiara was stolen.
As part of ’Nancy Astor; vigour, vitality and cheek’, take a self-guided tour of Cliveden’s statuary collection and understand where political art is positioned across the estate. Cliveden’s vast statue collection draws important parallels to the political climate in which they were acquired.
Take in the simple pleasure of a woodland walk with bluebells marking springs arrival. Dont forget to bring your four-legged friend to enjoy it too. Booking Not Needed. Children welcome. Dogs on leads welcome.
As part of ’Nancy Astor; vigour, vitality and cheek’ this exhibition unearths letters written to Nancy, from the public, in the controversial run-up to and during her election to parliament. In 1919, Nancy Astor became the first woman to take her seat in Parliament.
Weekly Friday Night Rock ’n’ Roll Club every Friday at Marlow British Legion, SL7 1NT! Cheap Bar, Large Car Park, Great Music, Large Air Conditioned Wooden Dance Floor! Beginners Jive class 8pm (no partner or experience required), Rock n Roll Social dance 8.30pm til late! Dancers & non dancers welcome!
Marlow British Legion, Station Approch, Marlow
Today, Fri 3 May, Fri 10 May, Fri 17 May, Fri 24 May, Fri 31 May
Art and Us is a new programme of stimulating and enjoyable art activities for families with children aged 5+ with complex needs. These weekly sessions enable families to work directly with an artist to explore their creative interests.
A great night at the races!
There will be 8 races, each with 8 horses racing.
Own a horse for £10, become a jockey for £5 or why not sponsor a race for £100.
£20 to the winning owner, £10 to the winning jockey.
Entry to the course £5 to include a hotdog supper.
Contact Laura Ripley firstname.lastname@example.org.
At this month’s meeting there will be a talk by local potter Elaine Wells. Elaine was a competitor on the last series of the Great British Throwdown programme and is currently nearing completion of a two year Studio Pottery Diploma Course at Middleton Pottery in Stoke-on-Trent.
Little Kingshill Village Hall, Windsor Lane, Little Kingshill
An exhibtion in the old exercise yard, curated by Laura Hutton celebrating the amazing stories of women and girls in Buckingham and the surrounding area, right through history to today. This is also a ’growing’ exhibition and we welcome visitors adding their own stories of Mighty Women.