Markets, museums and music for all
ENJOY a bite to eat while 1 browsing some stalls and listening to music this weekend. Chesham Street Market will take place in Market Square on Saturday from 10am to 2pm.
The market is all about recycled, remanufactured and reused arts and crafts. The stalls include reclaimed clothing and bags, silverware, glassware, jewellery, ceramics, painted canvases, other fabric goods and hot street food. There will also be some entertainment.
For more information or to have a stall email Emily Culverhouse at email@example.com.
THERE will be a quiz 5 night in Hyde Heath Village Hall on Saturday at 7.30pm. The teams can be made-up of up to eight people and you can make your own team or join one.
Tickets cost £12 per person and include a two course supper, a raffle and a licensed bar.
To book, e-mail david firstname.lastname@example.org or call Margaret Dunn on 01494 772 017.
Chesham Street market has a wide variety of stalls to tempt you
The Roald Dahl Museum in High Street, Great Missenden, will hold a special activity from 11am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Visitors can take part in Veruca Salt’s Rubbish Trail which involves hunting for pieces of litter which contains clues to a secret password at the museum.
The spoilt Veruca Salt gets ejected from the chocolate factory via a rubbish chute in the famous book. Call the museum on 01494 892 192.