Ba­con roll to sus­tain you as you shop

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - WHAT'S ON THIS WEEKEND -

STOCK up on sea­sonal fruit and vegetables at Bea­cons­field Farm­ers’ Mar­ket in the Old Town, in Wind­sor End, be­tween 9am and 12.30pm on Satur­day.

There will also be a se­lec­tion of top-qual­ity, lo­cally pro­duced drink and food, in­clud­ing tra­di­tion­ally reared beef, lamb, ba­con and pork prod­ucts.

Fruits in­clude ap­ples and plums, rasp­ber­ries and red­cur­rants.

Hot ba­con rolls will be on sale too.

1 THERE is a First World War ex­hi­bi­tion at the com­mu­nity li­brary, in Cokes Lane, on Satur­day, be­tween 10am and 5pm, where you can find out what life was like in Lit­tle Chal­font dur­ing the Great War.


3 CHIL­DREN can get cre­ative and have their own Willy Wonka bag to take home. The Roald Dahl Mu­seum in High Street, Great Mis­senden, will en­cour­age vis­i­tors on Satur­day to dec­o­rate cloth bags, which they can fill with treats from the mu­seum shop.

Bogswif­fling Cloth Bags cost £3 each, and the craft ac­tiv­i­ties are for chil­dren aged five and over.

There are three ses­sions, start­ing at noon, 1.30pm and 3pm. Book­ing is rec­om­mended – call the mu­seum on 01494 892 192.

4 GRAB some bar­gains at a Hal­loween ta­ble-top sale at Che­sham Town Hall.

There will also be a raf­fle, tea, cof­fee and hot­dogs. A prize will be awarded for the best chil­dren’s Hal­loween fancy dress out­fit. The event on Satur­day, from 10am un­til 3.30pm, will be rais­ing money for the Hospice of St Fran­cis.

The Mayor of Che­sham, Mo Fayyaz, will be pre­sent­ing prizes to the win­ners of a short hor­ror story com­pe­ti­tion dur­ing the day.

CON­CERT given dur­ing the sum­mer proved so popular that it is be­ing per­formed again. For The Fallen fea­tures wartime mu­sic from dif­fer­ent eras, ac­com­pa­nied by sound and video clips.

It is be­ing per­formed twice on Sun­day, start­ing at noon and at 6pm.

Tick­ets at £17.50 (con­ces­sions £15) are avail­able from the cen­tre, in East Common.



Robert Steel, from Wild­flower Bak­ery, will be tempt­ing you with whole­some breads and great bakes; right, James Styan with root veg from his fam­ily farm

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