Steer yourself through orienteering
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.
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
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