Britain's What's On Event Guide
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Kew Little Pigs would like to send our gratitude and thanks to our incredible health service.
You deserve praise and recognition for the selfless hard work you provide our country each and every...
Kew Little Pigs Old Amersham Farm, High Street, Amersham HP7 0HR
Today to Sun 14 Mar
Begin 2021 with sparkle and bright lights, with the extension of Waddesdon’s hugely popular Winter Light programme throughout January, 7-31 Jan 2021, Thur-Sun, 4-10pm (8pm Sun).
Waddesdon Manor, Waddesdon, Aylesbury HP18 0JH
Today, Sun 24 Jan, Thu 28 Jan to Sun 31 Jan
First market of the year. Please keep to two metres social distancing and do not handle goods unless you intend to buy. A contactless payment system will be operated by our stallholders.
Windsor End, Old Town HP9 2JJ
Online classes via Skype with an experienced native-speaking English tutor.
All levels. Improve your English for interest, work or to prepare for examinations, including IELTS Life Skills Speak and...
Today to Fri 5 Feb
With several large function rooms, an excellent location and a fabulous selection of Local Wedding Suppliers and Services The Bull is the perfect place to come if you’re in the midst of
The Bull, Oxford Road, Gerrards Cross SL9 7PA
Sun 24 Jan
It’s National Storytelling Week and Stony Stratford is celebrating all things wordy!
Join Lynette Hill, Stephen Hobbs, Richard York, Terrie Howey and a few of our friends at our special...
Sun 31 Jan
In February we are pleased to have Peter Lawence talk about using ppostcards as a source of Local History. The talk is on Thursday 18th Feb 2021 at 20:00. This is an online talk delivered via Zoom.
Thu 18 Feb
The Macdonald Compleat Angler is a Perfect Venue for a Wedding Fair with its large function rooms and idyllic location.
The Compleat Angler, Marlow Bridge, Marlow SL7 1RH
Sun 28 Feb
A jamboree day of over 40 Mind Body and Spirit experts and practitioners exhibiting their goods and services! Free Talks and Demos too!
Wycombe Arts Centre HP11 2PU
Sat 6 Mar
In March The Muddy Archaelogist, Gillian Hovell, will talk about Pompeii: A Product of its Time. An exploration of how the art and artefacts found in the homes and streets of Roman Pompeii reveal...
Thu 18 Mar
This spring we invite you to walk the waterways of England, navigating their gentle wildness alongside Sam Lee and special guest ecological pioneers.
Denham Station, Denham UB9 5ES
Sat 20 Mar
Artistic chalk garden on two levels. Collection of C17/C18 plants including auriculas, hellebores, bulbs, pulmonarias, peonies, geraniums, dahlias, herbs and succulents.
Overstroud Cottage, Gt Missenden HP16 9QE
Sun 4 Apr, Sun 2 May
Five gardens will open on Sun 11 Apr. Barry’s Close, spring flowering trees, borders and water garden. Baker’s Close, 1000s of daffodils, tulips and narcissi, shrubs and wild area.
Long Crendon Gardens, Long Crendon HP18 9AN
Sun 11 Apr
For our April Talk Faith Powell gives an entertaining account of her exploits on TV quizes. The talk is on Thursday 15th April 2021 at 20:00.
Thu 15 Apr
This year’s BIG Walk routes take in the Ridgeway Trail between Watlington and Wendover.
There is a choice of four routes:
18m – Watlington – Wendover
12m – Chinnor – Wendover
6m – Princes...
Sat 24 Apr
Nestled in the Chiltern Hills is a lovely, tranquil wedding venue. If your looking for a rustic manor house surrounded beautiful ground then why not visit the Chartridge Lodge Wedding Fair and view...
Sat 24 Apr
The 5 acre garden incl several wooded areas with eco bug hotels for wildlife. Two ponds with wildflower planting, large avenues of silver birches, a bog garden with board walk and a wildflower...
Orchard House, Amersham HP7 0LB
Sun 25 Apr
These two lovely cottage gardens, one well established and the other having recently undergone a radical redesign by its new owner, share a basis of seasonal interest underpinned by evergreens and
Aston Clinton Gardens, Aylesbury HP22 5JE
Sun 25 Apr, Sun 20 Jun
Lindengate’s mission statement is to ’Foster an improved state of mental health and wellbeing through the healing power of nature and horticulture’.
Lindengate, Wendover HP22 6BD
Sun 2 May
Grade II registered series of garden rooms, each with a different planting style enveloping architects own Grade II* listed house (not open).
Turn End, Aylesbury HP17 8BG
Mon 3 May
An established 5 acre garden that has undergone significant renovation over the past 5-6 yrs with trees, perennials, annuals and bulbs; creating a variety of planting spaces including herbaceous
Bowers Farm, Coleshill HP7 0LU
Thu 6 May
This much admired 1½ acre Chiltern hillside garden is planted for yr-round interest and is lovingly maintained with mixed and herbaceous borders, wildflower orchard, established pond, vegetable
Red Kites, Bledlow Ridge HP14 4JJ
Tue 11 May
Three small villages, originally part of the Claydon Estate with typical north Buckinghamshire cottages and two C13 churches.
The Claydons, East Botolph and Middle Claydon MK18 2ND
Mon 31 May
Formal organic garden with open views to the Chiltern countryside. Designed as a series of outdoor rooms around a listed former C18 inn (not open), incl border, parterre, vegetable and fruit gardens,...
The Plough, Aylesbury HP17 0TJ
Mon 31 May
A large cottage garden with an exuberance of colourful planting and winding gravel paths, amongst lawns and herbaceous borders on two levels.
Glebe Farm, Buckingham MK18 5BB
Mon 31 May
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