Get into the festive spirit at museum
FAMILIES who can not 1 wait for Christmas can get an early taster at Chiltern Open Air Museum.
The museum in Gorelands Lane, Chalfont St Giles, will hold its ‘Traditional Chilterns Christmas’ event on Saturday, November 29, and Sunday, November 30.
Old buildings at the museum will be decked with holly and ivy and illuminated by candles and firelight.
Visitors can enjoy entertainment from folk singers at the sight and see costumed re-enactors prepare historical Christmas meals as well as Father Christmas.
There will also be lots of baking for young and old alike at the restored 1920s cooking range in Leagrave Cottage. Dogs are welcome as long as they are kept on a short lead to avoid disturbing the museum’s farm animals.
It runs from 10am to 4pm.
5 to 8pm with free parking at the train station.
There will be food and drink including hog roast and barbecues. Carol singers and jazz musicians will perform for the shoppers whom can also enjoy fair ground rides, a petting zoo and festive stalls.
Entry at the Roald Dahl Museum in High Street will be free on the night.
3 SEE Father Christmas from this weekend in his grotto at Odds Farm Park. Father Christmas will be at the farm, near Beaconsfield, from November 22 to December 24.
Children can pop in to the grotto and get a special gift.
The farm is open from 10am to
1 5.30pm. Cost of the grotto is £4.
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SHOPPERS can buy their 4 gifts at the Christmas Fayre in Chesham this Saturday. Groups will have stalls and there will be family-fun activities at Chesham Town Hall between 10am and 3pm.
THE Royal British Legion, 5 Woodside Road in Amersham will host a performance from the band Passion on Saturday.
The group will play a wide rang of music from 8.15pm and it is £4 for members and £5 for non-members.
A LIVELY night of festive fun will take place in a village on Saturday, November 29. Great Missenden welcomes people to its ‘Village Christmas Festival’ in High Street from 3pm