Signs are good for in­au­gu­ral race

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - ONSTAGE -

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).

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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.

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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

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