Get on the her­itage trail and ex­plore

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND -

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.che­sham­so­ci­



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

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