Signs are good for inaugural race
ARACE is sure to ‘pud’ the fun into Christmas. 1
The very first Amersham Pudding Race is being held in The Broadway on Sunday, to raise funds for the deaf health charity, SignHealth. There will be prizes for the best fancy dress outfit, and a variety of stalls.
For more information, see www.signhealth.org.uk.
2 CHILDREN can make their own edible Christmas crackers as part of a cooking lesson.
Food writer Victoria Glass is holding three sessions at Roald Dahl Museum, in High Street, Great Missenden, on Saturday.
Ms Glass will show children how to make a cracker from cake, sweets and unusual treats. Visitors can also make up their own festive jokes and write them on rice paper in liquorice ink.
Sessions start at noon, 2pm and 3.30pm and cost £3 per person (on top of usual museum entry charges). Call the museum on 01494 892 192 to check availability – you can book up to 4.30pm tomorrow (Friday).
4 CHILDREN can help with decorating a Christmas tree.
The Messy Church session is at St Michael and All Angels, in Grenfell Road, Beaconsfield, on Sunday from 4pm.
Children will decorate the church’s Christmas tree and take part in crafts and storytime. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome.
Damon Singers’ annual charity Christmas concert, entitled On A Starry Night, is taking place at The White Hill Centre, in White Hill, Chesham, on Sunday, starting at 7.30pm. There will be complimentary mince pies, and mulled wine on sale to help raise funds for BucksVision.
Tickets cost £9 on the door or £6 in advance from Perfect Pitch, in The Broadway, or by calling 07768 566 588 or 01494 712 583.
Hill Baptist Church is really getting into the Christmas mood on Sunday.
All are welcome to the Epilepsy Society’s Recreation Hall in Chesham Lane, Chalfont St Peter, for a day of music and fun.
There will be a performance of The Star of Bethlehem at 11am and a session of music and singing entitled A Holy Night at 6.30pm.
Refreshments will be available at both events. Jen Burton and Darren Sear from clothing shop Coco Marie gearing up for the inaugural Amersham Pudding Race