There is a chance to learn about the history of Aston Clinton at a special event taking place in the village this weekend.
The three-day exhibition will include stories of many of the village’s most fascinating elements, including Aston Martin, named after the village, the B-24 plane crash in the area, murders in Aston Clinton and a history of its schools.
There will also be an album of photos taken on the Rothschild estate between 1897 and 1902.
Exhibits will be placed inside St Michael and All Angels Church and there will also be a fete taking place outside.
There will also be live music and food and refreshments provided at the event.
Entry for the exhibition will cost £1, with money raised going towards the church.
People can visit between 10.30am and 5pm from today to Monday.