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STOKE POGES: Enjoy a cream tea or a bounce on a bouncy castle at a book fair on Sunday, May 12 at St Giles' Church, in Church Lane from 2pm to 5pm. Proceeds from book sales will go to Deserving Children Africa, cream tea sales will go to the church.
A COMMUNITY for the elderly is asking people to showcase their creative skills in its art competition.
A few suggestions of things to over the next week in Beaconsfield.
Councillor Adrian Busby has enjoyed success at the county council elections with more than double the votes of his nearest rival.
The results are:
Adrian Busby Conservative - 1366
Graham Smith UKIP - 590
Carol Gibson Lib Dem - 299
22 rejected ballots
THE Conservatives have held on to the Beaconsfield seat with Adrian Busby taking 1366 votes.
Interviews with some of the candidates in the South Bucks area as the count goes on. Follow all the count news on twitter @JoAnne_Rowney and #buckscount2013.
Here are the official voting statistics and turn out figures for voters in the South Bucks area.
Overall, 26.8 per cent of people in the area voted yesterday. Here is how it breaks down for each area.
BEACONSFIELD: People are invited to Beaconsfield Old Town Residents' Association's (BOTRA) annual general meeting on Wednesday, May 1 at 7.45pm in the Reading Room, in Wycombe End.
The meeting will be followed by a talk by Julian Hunt, a local historian, on Beaconsfield Coaching Inns.
TWO friends are raising money for the charity they work for by running a 12-mile long obstacle course designed by the Special Forces.
TOWN councillors have said they intend to hold a public consultation to look at what people want from the Town Hall, in Penn Road.