Christ­mas fair

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - NEWS -

CHAL­FONT ST PETER: The an­nual craft fair will take place at the com­mu­nity cen­tre at Gravel Hill on Satur­day, Novem­ber 29.

Lots of stalls to browse and a good se­lec­tion of Christ­mas gifts will pro­vide an ideal op­por­tu­nity to get some of your fes­tive shop­ping out of the way early.

Re­fresh­ments will be avail­able through­out the morn­ing and the fair will run from 10am-12.30pm.

En­try costs 50p. AN MP paid a visit to Pinewood Stu­dios to dis­cuss the im­por­tance of the film in­dus­try to the UK.

Har­riet Harman, deputy leader of the Labour party and the shadow deputy prime min­is­ter, went along to the stu­dios in Iver Heath on Thurs­day last week.

She dis­cussed the im­por­tance of the in­dus­try and told em­ploy­ees: “Cre­ative in­dus­tries are in­cred­i­bly im­por­tant be­cause cre­ativ­ity is im­por­tant to us as in­di­vid­u­als, com­mu­ni­ties and as a na­tion.

“Labour in­cen­tivised film back to the UK through film tax re­lief and I am very happy to come to Pinewood to­day to learn more about what they are do­ing.

“What cre­ative in­dus­tries do brings great joy to peo­ple’s lives, puts this coun­try on the map and pro­vides jobs for the fu­ture.”

While at the stu­dios, Ms Harman met with pupils en­rolled in the Pinewood Stu­dios man­age­ment diploma, a course which sup­ports the fu­ture of the cre­ative in­dus­tries in the UK.

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