Get on the heritage trail and explore
FIND out more about a 1 town’s heritage by attending an event that is inviting guests to go behind closed doors.
The Chesham Society is holding Chesham Heritage Open Day on Sunday.
There will be nine places for people to visit for free on the day, that are either not always open to the public or charge for admission.
The sites include The Bury, Chesham Bois House, St Mary’s Church, HG Matthews Brick Yard, Chesham Museum, Chesham Mosque, Chesham Cemetery, Christ Church and Chesham United Reformed Church.
The Chesham Society puts on the event every second year and in 2012 it attracted more than 1,500 visitors.
For more information visit www.cheshamsociety.org.uk.
one of the biggest blockbusters of the year at a film studios at the weekend. Pinewood Studios in Iver Heath will be screening Dawn of the Planet of the Apes on Saturday.
The film continues the story of 2011’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes, with 10 years having passed between the films.
Most of mankind has been wiped out, with only a small group surviving.
A vast community of apes has built a new home in the mountains, but when they meet
be walking around the park and taking photos of some of views, scenery and wildlife there.
It runs from 10.30am until 1pm, and people should simply turn up to take part.
museum, in the High Street.
ENJOY a beer, barbecue 5 and Morris Dancing with the Cry Havoc Dancers in Chalfont St Peter this weekend.
A community party takes place on Saturday at All Saints Church, in Oval Way from midday to 3pm.
There will be range of real ales and cider and a variety of dances, including traditional ones for people to join in with.
Call Paddy Hague on 01753 883 384.
The Bury, now a solicitors office,
was once a manor house