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.