A rare and exciting chance to view Stowe from a 360 degree position from the top of the historic Cobham’s Pillar monument. 140 steps take you up to the viewing point which gives you an inspiring insight into the design and scale of the landscape. Booking Essential. Phone: 0344 249 1895.
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.
Walking Football Sessions , for the mature player , good exercise and fun for all abilities , get off the sofa and Make a Difference to your life. Meet new people and get fitter. Play the "Beautiful Game" at a leisurely pace. Both men and women welcome.
MK Academy , AstroTurf pitches , Leadenhall , Milton Keynes
Today, Thu 28 Mar, Thu 4 Apr, Thu 11 Apr, Thu 18 Apr, Thu 25 Apr, Thu 2 May
Celebrating Hughendens literary heritage: historical books of the week, book conservation, storytelling and more. Disraeli had a passion for reading books and writing them. Find out about his life as an author and discover the treasures in the Manor library.
Book onto one of our short guided tours to discover more about the infamous Cliveden House. These tours allow you to see some of the rooms that were once home to Nancy and Waldorf Astor and soak in the atmosphere of 350 years of history.
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.
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.
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.
Buckingham Old Gaol, Market Hill, Buckingham
Today to Sat 23 Mar, Mon 25 Mar to Sat 30 Mar, Mon 1 Apr to Sat 6 Apr, Mon 8 Apr
An exhibition celebrating 20 years of the Contemporary Glass Society
2 February – 23 March 2019
Experience the magical colours, textures, use of light and techniques of around 40 glass artists that demonstrate the glorious and diverse nature of contemporary glass. Many works will be for sale.
Buckinghamshire County Museum and Roald Dahl Childrens Gallery, Church Street, Aylesbury
Weekly Friday Night Rock ’n’ Roll Club every Friday at Marlow British Legion, SL7 1NT!
Cheap Bar, Large car Park, Great Music, Wooden Dance Floor!
Beginners Jive class 8pm (no partner or experience required), Rock n Roll Social 8.30pm til late! Dancers & non dancers welcome!
National Learn to Play Day offers the general public the chance to have a FREE ‘taster’ lesson on a musical instrument. It aims to inspire everyone, young and old, and of different levels of experience to appreciate the benefits of learning to play a musical instrument.
Ensemble Mirage tonight features three very talented young musicians who have all appeared recently at the Amersham Concert Club as soloists:
Matthew Scott - clarinet
Alexandra Lomeiko - violin
Alexandra Vaduva - piano
This combination of instruments has allowed the Ensemble to put together a fascinating
Dr Challoners High School, Cokes Lane, Little Chalfont
An ideal opportunity to pick up some bargain Birthday, Mother’s Day, and even Christmas gifts for all ages for all your celebratory events in 2019.
Stalls include:- Children’s books/toys, hand knitted items, ladies fashion accessories and bric a brac.
The Buckingham Canal Society invite you to their Cheese and Wine Social Evening plus AGM. A chance to find out more about us and the restoration of the Buckingham Canal. A chance to learn more about our volunteering progremme.
Buckingham Community Centre, Cornwalls Meadow, Buckingham
Join the Chiltern branch of the Motor Neurone Disease Association on Saturday 23 March at 7.30pm at St Lawrence Church in West Wycombe (HP14 3AP) for a classical music concert performed by the Wycombe Sinfonia. The concert will include Mozart’s Symphony No.29 in A major and Haydn’s Cello Concerto No.
St Lawrence Church, West Wycombe Hill, Church Lane, West Wycombe
Forget the winter blues by getting out and enjoying nature. This January to March explore the gardens that are wonderful this time of year, with early spring-flowering snowdrops and winter aconites, winter shrubs and unusual views before the trees come into leaf.
Put your photography skills to the test and enter this great photo competition. Are you a budding photographer' Between January and April take inspiration from the grounds at Waddesdon to capture wild flowers, wildlife and woodlands.
Milton Keynes Chorale
Vaughan Williams: Five Mystical Songs and Serenade to Music
Finzi: God is Gone Up and Eclogue
Tavener: Song for Athene
Baritone: Daniel Tate
Piano/Organ: Alex Aitken
Conductor: Mark Jordan
In this varied and exciting programme, we present a variety of music to both calm and rouse the
KATIE CANELL (clarinet) and MARY COTES (piano) entertain with the following programme:
STANFORD: Three Intermezzi
DEBUSSY: Petite Piece
SAINT-SAENS: Sonata for Clarinet & Piano
FINZI: Forlana & Romance
NORTON: Clarinet Sonata
Milton Keynes City Church, 300 Saxon Gate West, Milton Keynes, MK9 2ES. Opposite shopping centre (Marks and Spencer)