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 few suggestions of things to over the next week in Beaconsfield.
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.
SOUTH BUCKS: Enjoy a performance of Brahm's Requiem in English by the Stoke Poges Singers on Saturday, April 27 in St Andrew's Church Centre, in Rogers Lane at 7.30pm and on Sunday, 28th April at 7.30pm in St. John's Church, in Victoria Road, Farnham Common.
Proceeds go to South Bucks Hospice. All proceeds will go to Thames Hospice Care. Tickets £8. Call 07831 217 575 or 07707 023 946 or email email@example.com.
STOKE POGES: People are invited to a talk on 'Is there life out there? And why do we seem to care?' on Sunday, April 7 at 4pm, in Stoke Poges Village Club. The series, called 1stSunday@4, is a free, monthly, informal gathering in the club for cake, coffee, conversation and a short message, inspired by the Christian faith. All welcome. Visit www.stokepogesfreechurch.org/1stSunday4.
BEACONSFIELD: Fun-filled multi-skill sessions for children with learning and physical disabilities are being held at the Curzon Centre, in Maxwell Road.
They are on Monday, April 8 and Thursday, April 11, 1pm to 4pm, and on Tuesday, April 9, 1pm to 3pm, and are aimed at seven to 13-year-olds.
The cost is £10 Monday and Thursday, £6.50 on Tuesday.
Book in advance - call 01895 837 348 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are wondering what to do over the next few days - or weeks - here are some suggestions with a round up of some events in South Bucks
BEACONSFIELD: Seer Green School Choir are set to give a performance at the Lunchtime Concert series event today (Thursday, February 14). A light lunch will be served from 12.15pm, and the concert will begin at 1pm. The choir will be led by music teacher Jane Smith. On February 21 violinist Analiza Ching, famed for her appearance on Britain's Got Talent, will perform with David Owen and Roger Witney.
AN UNDER 15s football team is holding a fundraising event so it can travel to Belgium.