can learn about the Tudors and enjoy tea afterwards at a church event this weekend. Speaker Martin Sirot-Smith will present Tudor Harvest Customs at St Peter’s and St Paul’s Church in Church Lane, Great Missenden, at 2.30pm on Saturday.
The talk will be followed by afternoon tea with sandwiches, cakes and music. All proceeds go to Friends of Great Missenden Parish Church.
Vivienne Davis, chairwoman of the group, said: “The Tudor Harvest Customs event is really a dramatic presentation, suitable for adults and children.
“Martin Sirot-Smith is a well-known and well-received speaker, wearing Tudor costume of green velvet doublet and hose, and he has appropriate props for his talks. He is highly entertaining too.”
Tickets cost £7 for adults, £3 for children, and free for children aged 10 and under. Buy tickets at Samways shop in Station Approach or the parish council office in Walnut Close. Committee is holding The Candlelight Ball at Stoke Place Hotel, in Stoke Poges, on Saturday.
The group has raised more than £500,000 since it was established.
There will be also be a charity auction with lots including a guided tour of Pinewood Studios, followed by lunch at the studio’s restaurant, and a six-course dinner cooked at the buyer’s home by award-winning chef Scott MacRae.
Tickets £50 include a welcome drink, three-course meal with wine, coffee and petit fours and entertainment. All profits go to Macmillan Cancer Support.
Call 01753 892 303 or email macmillancandlelightball@ hotmail.com.
THE Sugar Loaf Inn, in 5 Station Road, Little Chalfont, is holding a family fun day on Saturday. The aim of day, which starts at 10am, is to raise funds for The Aaron West Goalkeeping Academy.
There will be a pool tournament, a bouncy castle, raffles, an auction and various entertainment.