Get baking for a biscuit bonanza
products from local artisans, food producers and breweries.
There will be something for the children as Top Banana runs a cake decorating workshop and there will be ‘mocktail’ workshops for children and face painting.
Ten per cent of the stall costs will be donated to Chiltern Foodbank, to which people can donate food and other products on the day.
Call Jenny Dell on 07582 630 883 or email jenny@ hazeldenefarm.com for more information.
PEOPLE will be able to enjoy watching a classic Disney film on the big screen this weekend. Pinewood Studios will be screening Peter Pan, which was made in 1953, at its cinema on Saturday, October 4, and Sunday, October 5.
The film tells JM Barrie’s classic story of Wendy, John and Michael’s trip to Neverland with Peter Pan, where they do battle with Captain Hook and his band of pirates.
Other films to be shown at the weekend include Blood Ties, starring Clive Owen as an ex-con trying to go straight, as well as the German doctor who may or may not be a Nazi war criminal.
To find out more about any of the three films, or to book, call 01753 656 815.
AMERSHAM Museum, 5 High Street, is opening its exhibition on the First World War on Saturday, October 4, at 10am. The exhibition will show what life was like in the town during the war. Exhibition is free and ends on Wednesday, October 22.
Museum curator Emily Toettcher with Tudor-style lavender biscuits