Celebrate the fruits of the season
MUSEUM visitors can 1 enjoy a traditional harvest festival this weekend. Chiltern Open Air Museum in Chalfont St Giles will use its restored historic buildings to display harvest produce and celebrations of the past.
People can learn about historic farming activities, enjoy traditional folk singing, and try out some harvest crafts while costumed re-enactors will bring the museum’s buildings to life.
The site in Gorelands Lane is home to more than 30 rescued historic buildings set in 45 acres of beautiful Chilterns landscape. The harvest festival opens from 10am to 5pm on Saturday (October 18) and Sunday.
There will also be live music on Friday and Saturday evening from 8.30pm.
CHURCH is holding a Beetle Drive on Saturday from 6pm. All are welcome to attend the event, which will be held in St Michael and All Angels Church Hall, in Grenfell Road, Beaconsfield.
Tickets £5. Call Zoe on 01494 672949
Woodside Road on Sunday at 7pm.
The orchestra will perform Bach – Brandenburh Concert No 3. Tickets are £12, concessions are £10 and under 18s are free. You can call 01494 883112 for tickets.
HONE your photography skills at an event at a country park. A landscape camera walk will go ahead on Saturday, from 10.30pm until 2.30pm.
Visitors will be able to enjoy a bike ride around the park as wel as Denham Aerodrome and nearby Denham Golf Club finding points to photograph.
The meeting point is the Cafe Bar at Denham Garden Village in Denham Green Lane, and the event is being organised by the Friends of the Colne Valley Park.
To take part, simply turn up on the day.