Sea­sonal pro­duce to whet ap­petite

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - WHAT'S ON THIS WEEKEND -

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

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