GERRARDS CROSS: People are being invited along to enjoy a Burns Night supper.
The event takes place at the Memorial Centre in East Common tomorrow.
The fun starts at 7pm with a piper playing, with a ceremony and haggis at 7.45pm, and then continuing with dancing and ceilidh with a live band at 9pm.
To find out more, call the Memorial Centre on 01753 883759.
PROUD: Children and staff at Chalfont St Peter CoE Academy celebrate their school’s award for its excellence in arts CHILDREN and staff celebrated their school’s award for its excellence in arts.
Chalfont St Peter CoE Academy won the Artsmark Gold Award for the third time. The award is achieved by schools demonstrating excellence in the arts – music, drama, art and dance.
Brenda Meek who prepared the school’s application said: “It was a lengthy and rigorous process to complete but well worth it to achieve this wonderful award. Events such as our Christmas production, participation in concerts at the Albert Hall, our summer arts evening and our annual Arts Week all helped to provide clear evidence to the assessors.
“We are very proud of our children, who engage enthusiastically in the arts and perform confidently in public.
“They all have a dedicated half day of arts teaching each week with specialist teachers.”
Headteacher Elizabeth Underwood said: “The award is valid for three years and we shall continue to promote the arts and move forward with new initiatives throughout this time.” CHALFONT ST GILES: The Rock church will host a coffee morning on February 2 at the