Nutty neon disco and beer fes­ti­val fun

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND -

A POPULAR char­ity beer fes­ti­val will pour its 40,000th pint at the week­end. The 28th Che­sham Beer Fes­ti­val will be held once again at The Chess Suite at Che­sham United Foot­ball Club, in Amy Lane, Che­sham, on Satur­day.

Open­ing at noon and closing at 7pm, there will be about 24 dif­fer­ent beers and some ciders to sam­ple from a wide range of brew­ers – all to the ac­com­pa­ni­ment of live mu­sic. Soft drinks will also be avail­able.

Food will also be avail­able to pur­chase on the day.

Prof­its from the beer fes­ti­val will go to char­i­ties sup­ported by Amer­sham and Che­sham Li­ons Club, which took over the run­ning of the fes­ti­val from Che­sham Round Ta­ble in re­cent years, to­gether with sup­port from Che­sham 41 Club.

The event is free but there is a nom­i­nal charge for the hire of glasses.

For more in­for­ma­tion visit www. or www.face­­sham-Che­sham-Lion­sClub or fol­low @Amer­shamChe­sham on Twit­ter.

IN AMER­SHAM, there will be a coin race be­tween boys and girls on Satur­day from 9am un­til 5pm in Sycamore Road. The race will be rais­ing funds for Street Kids Di­rect, which aids street kids in Latin Amer­ica.

There will also be face paint­ing, en­ter­tain­ment and busk­ing through­out the day.

JU­NIOR Disco is hold­ing a neon themed party on Satur­day for pri­mary aged chil­dren and their fam­i­lies at Revo­lu­tion, Maxwell Road, Bea­cons­field.

Nutty Neon disco is £7 per child and you can book on­line or pay on the door.

The party starts at 2pm un­til 5pm, and dances start at 3pm.

Prizes are up for grabs and or­gan­is­ers have ar­ranged for there to be a tuck shop, face paint­ing, tat­too trans­fers and arts and crafts.

The party is all about colour so or­gan­is­ers are ask­ing you to dress up in your bright­est clothes as Hazel from Pop­stars academy teaches rou­tines to party songs. THE band, Short No­tice, will per­form at the Royal Bri­tish Le­gion, Wood­side Road in Amer­sham on Satur­day. The gig starts at 8.15pm and en­try costs £4 for mem­bers and £5 for non-mem­bers. THE Roald Dahl Mu­seum, Great Mis­senden, is host­ingng two spe­cial events this week­end. Mug­glewump mo­biles is on Satur­day. Make a mo­bile so Mug­glewump and his monkey fam­ily can spin through the air.

And on Sun­day, the Mr Twit’s eye­ball bis­cuits ses­sion gives you the op­por­tu­nity to dec­o­rate a bis­cuit with Mrs Twit’s lat­est trick.

Both events are for chil­dren aged five and over and both cost £2.50 per par­tic­i­pant plus usual mu­seum en­try free. The ses­sions take ake place at 12pm, 1.30pm and 3pm. Con­tact 01494 892 192 for more in­for­ma­tion.

Sarah Wil­liams and Angie Bark­ings at Che­sham Beer and Mu­sic Fes­ti­val, right is Mike Wain­wright be­hind the bar

Pic­ture: Rob Bourne

Get cre­ative in Great Mis­senden this week­end

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