Bacon roll to sustain you as you shop
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