Tea, talks, and theatre to keep you entertained

Claire Morris throws open the doors to visitors to The Lodge in Long Crendon on Saturday
Claire Morris throws open the doors to visitors to The Lodge in Long Crendon on Saturday
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From afternoon tea to theatre in the villages, there’s plenty going on in and around the Vale this week to keep everyone entertained.

In addition to all the events written about in our leisure stories this week, including shows at the Waterside and Limelight, here are a few more highlights to look out for around the Vale:

Farm visit

Open afternoon at The Lodge, College Farm, Long Crendon on Saturday from 2-4.30pm. Farmer’s wife Claire Morris welcomes everyone to see the lodge which offers outdoor learning to a wide range of businesses, schools and community groups. Home made refreshments on sale.

Waddesdon tea

Enjoy afternoon tea in the restaurant of Waddesdon Manor on Sunday at 4pm to the accompaniment of musician Gary Mullins on his guitar. £16.50 for adults, £6.50 for children. Normal admission charges apply. Book on 01296 653226.

Family History Talk

All are welcome to the talk about parish registers by Richard Ratcliffe at the Bucks Genealogical Society meeting on Saturday from 2pm. At Southcourt Community Centre, Prebendal Ave, Aylesbury.

Theatre in the Villages

Teatro Unfortunato perform at The Stewart Hall in Little Kimble on Saturday at 8pm. Tickets £10 from 07961 401541. Movies and Musicals at Wingrave Community Centre on Sunday. Adults £10, children £5 from 01296 681566.

Email information and a JPG about your events , at least two weeks before the event, to my email as detailed above.