Fun down on the farms for families
PEOPLE will flock to a 1 farm this weekend when it holds it popular annual charity event. Hazeldene Farm, in Asheridge Road, Chesham, is holding its County Fair on Sunday from 12pm to 5pm.
The annual event is in association with Thames Valley and Chiltern Air Ambulance which will make an appearance on the day and will receive 50 per cent of the profits from the entrance fee.
There will be a host of activities including fairground rides for children big and small, an air rifle range, giant inflatable slide, sand art activity, face painting, classic cars, guided farm walks, a Pimm's and beer tent, a barbecue, vintage tea rooms, a dog show, vegan cake stall and art, craft, gift and beauty stalls.
The farm shop and resident businesses will be open as usual.
Tickets cost £3.50 and under 16s go free. Visit www. hazeldenefarm.com/events.html.
Graham Davies will perform a varied repertoire of organ music. The choral music will be performed by the Amersham Free Church Choir conducted by Sara Autton and People of the Green conducted by Steve Randell.
Tickets are £10 and £6 concs.
THOUSANDS of people are expected at Chalfont St Giles Show village show at Cameron Farm in Narcot Lane on Saturday.
The village is set for tethered balloon rides, a sheep show, a falconry centre, motorbike stunts and more attractions in its biggest celebration yet.
This year’s theme is ‘flight’ and village groups such as dance outfit Misunderstood will perform in a community ring.
There will also be about 100 stalls, a range of food and auction prizes such as tickets to the Wimbledon doubles’ final.
There will be parking spaces for 2,000 cars. Advance tickets are available at village shops Little Retreat, Pet Shop, Blooms, Dunton James and Yaldens.
Adult tickets cost £4 in advance or £6 on the day. Pensioners and young people, aged five to 17, pay £3 both in advance and on the day, while under fives go free.
For the timetable of events go to www.getbucks.co.uk Ben Final with daughter Megan, four, and son Dexter, two, enjoying ice creams at last year’s Hazeldene Farm County Fair and below, Tara Martin with Charlie the basset hound and Jon Weinman