Steer your­self through ori­en­teer­ing

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - WHAT'S ON THIS WEEKEND -

EX­PLORE a coun­try park by ori­en­teer­ing through it. Black Park in Iver Heath pro­vides three dif­fer­ent cour­ses to try out and peo­ple can take part at any point on Satur­day and Sun­day.

The cour­ses be­gin at the top end of the car park and fin­ish at the play area by the lake.

There is no need to use a com­pass, but you can bring one along.

Packs con­tain­ing a map and in­struc­tion lea­glet are £1.50 and can be col­lected at the vis­i­tor cen­tre.

1 POP down to the Bea­cons­field Farm­ers Mar­ket which runs on Satur­day morn­ing. Stall­hold­ers will be sell­ing their fresh pro­duce and lo­cal goods at Wind­sor End, Old Town, Bea­cons­field from 9am to 12.30pm.

Come along and support lo­cal farm­ers and busi­nesses.

Fu­ture mar­ket dates are Fe­bru­ary 28 and March 28.

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ACOM­MU­NITY cin­ema 3 be­gins its new sea­son with a fam­ily clas­sic and an in­tense drama. Blue Door Cin­ema at Great Mis­senden Memo­rial Cen­tre will show The Jun­gle Book (U) at 3pm on Satur­day.

The mu­si­cal an­i­ma­tion based

4 on Rud­yard Ki­pling’s tale of fun and dan­ger in the jun­gle will be fol­lowed by a free fam­ily craft ac­tiv­ity.

Two Days, One Night (15) will show later that day at 8pm. The film is about a woman who dis­cov­ers that her work­mates have opted for a pay bonus, in ex­change for her dis­missal.

She has one week­end to con­vince her col­leagues to give up their bonuses so she can keep her job.

Tick­ets can be bought in ad­vance for £6 from Samways newsagents in Sta­tion Ap­proach, Great Mis­senden. They cost £6.50 on the door. Drinks and snacks will be avail­able.

STOCK up on lo­cal goods 4 when a popular monthly mar­ket has its first out­ing of the year at the week­end. Che­sham Lo­cal Pro­duce Mar­ket will take place in Mar­ket Square on Satur­day from 10am to 2pm.

Pro­duce and items on sale come from a 10- mile ra­dius of Che­sham and in­clude beef, pork, chicken, rose veal, eggs, cakes, home­made ready-meals, choco­late, honey, sea­sonal fruit and vegetables, baked goods, curry sauces, pre­serves, chilli sauces, ceram­ics, cards, sil­ver jew­ellery and or­na­men­tal plants.

The mar­ket takes place on the fourth Satur­day of ev­ery month.

THERE will be a mar­tyr 5 guided walk on Satur­day from 2.30pm un­til 4.45pm from the mu­seum in the High Street, Amer­sham.

The walk will be led by a guide in a Tu­dor cos­tume and it will tell the story of the seven peo­ple who were burnt to death for their be­liefs 500 years ago.

It is £2.50 for adults and 50p for chil­dren.

Satur­day, Jan­uary 24

Tues­day, Jan­uary 20

Thurs­day, Jan­uary 22

Fri­day, Jan­uary 23

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