Seasonal produce to whet appetite
YOU will find a great selection of food, drink and award-winning products at Beaconsfield Farmers’ Market, in Windsor End, on Saturday, 9am-12.30pm.
Stalls will be laden with top-quality, local food and drink including traditionally reared beef, lamb, bacon, pork, game and free range poultry.
There will also be awardwinning cheeses and yogurts, seasonal fruit and veg, beer and cider, wines, breads, pies, cakes and other baked goods, honey and preserves, fresh trout and sea
1 fish. Seasonal food on offer includes apples and plums, raspberries and redcurrants.
Hot bacon rolls will also be available. There is free parking in Windsor End.
CHESHAM Bois Catholic 2 Players’ autumn production is a dark comedy by Alan Ayckbourn.
They are performing A Woman in Mind at the Little Theatre by the Park tomorrow (September 26) at 8pm, Saturday at 7.30pm and Sunday at 4pm.
The play focuses on a woman who wakes up after a minor accident in her garden to find that her mind and her life of domestic ‘bliss’ are slowly unravelling.
Tickets at £12 (adults) and £10 (concessions) are available via www.cbcp.ticketsource.co.uk or by calling 0844 870 0887 (£1.50 surcharge for telephone bookings).
AN open invitation is 3 extended to the official opening of a newly refurbished building. There will be food, music and talks at the Quaker Meeting House, in Whielden Street, Amersham, on Sunday.
The building has been closed for six months while modernisations have been made.
THE annual Gerrards 4 Cross Jumble Sale takes place this weekend at the Memorial Centre, in East Common.
Tomorrow (September 26) the sale is open from 10am to 1pm, with a focus on toys and hardware. There is a more general sale on Saturday, from 10am until 2pm.
Entry is £1 per person each day.
5 THE Roald Dahl Museum, in High Street, Great Missenden, is holding a Mike Teavee trail on Saturday and Sunday, from 11am to 5pm, which children of all ages will enjoy.
As you hunt around the museum for Mike Teavee’s sunglasses, you will discover ‘fantabulous’ facts about the creation of the televisionobsessed character from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
The trail is free for museum visitors.
For more information or to book museum entry, call 01494 892 192 or go to www.roalddahl.com.
From left, Alex Micallef, Steve Turner and Mary Murray of Chesham Bois Catholic Players rehearsing for Woman in Mind
Kate Keane, of Whole Creations, and her pizzas are a regular feature at Beaconsfield Farmers’ Market