#MakeforMum this Mother’s Day in aid of local bereavement charity

With Mother’s Day just around the corner Child Bereavement UK is encouraging members of the public to help raise funds and awareness by taking part in their new initiative #MakeforMum

Bucks Tree Club

T​he Bucks Tree Club was established a few years ago for people to share their interests and record the best trees, as well as the ancient woodlands,​ in Buckinghamshire. The Bucks Tree Club is open to all tree interested people in the county.

Chorleywood Choral Society

Join our fun and sociable choir in 2018. Chorleywood Choral Society is a large, mixed-voice choir of enthusiastic singers of all ages.

Cycling in South Bucks

We are a small group of social cyclists, self-employed mostly and we go out for 2-3 hours once a week. We do about 15-20 miles and finish with a pub lunch. Many of the routes are off-road so not for road bike cyclists. A hybrid is fine. There is no charge.

Flackwell Local Area History Group

Dates for your diary: After the summer break the next talk at the Flackwell Heath Library will be on Monday 17th September 2018, from 7:30pm. Luca Webb is a student at John Hampden School in High Wycombe. Luca will be talking about Benjamin Disraeli. More details to follow.

Girls Football

Flackwell Heath Minors, who are celebrating their 50th birthday, have introduced girls football at the club for the first time. Girls have always been welcome at the club but they've never before run training sessions specifically for them.

Hedgerley Historical Society

Hedgerley Historical Society have various events and meetings throughout the year, they meet at Hedgerley Memorial Hall Kiln Lane Hedgerley SL2 3UZ. They are open to all ages, for further details, please contact: John Lovelock 01753-647187 / [email protected]

High Wycombe Choral Society

We are a well established dedicated group, performing a minimum of two concerts a year. We sing a variety of choral music to the highest standard, under the stewardship of Stephen Armstrong, our Musical Director and Conductor.

How I brought the butterflies to life at Butterfly House

Tracy McDermott of The South Bucks Community Hospice tells how she created a stunning piece of artwork on the first floor of Butterfly House, the charity’s new £4.8m headquarters in High Wycombe.

Join Round Table!

Thinking of joining the Non-profit National Association of Round Tables Great Britain and Ireland? Why not try it out for free! Round Table is just one of a family of organisations, giving back to their community and providing the chance to try something new.

Just Write

What do you do if you are a frustrated writer in need of moral support?  You get together with like-minded people and raise funds for charity – which is what Just Write, a group of 12 authors based in Amersham, has done

Meet Libby From The Hearing Dogs For Deaf People

Will you sponsor a cute puppy today and help a deaf person reconnect with life? You’ll also receive four printed updates and a fantastic welcome pack, plus extra special features in our online Puppy Pen.

Nordic Walking

Every lesson and walk starts with a warm up exercise and ends with a cooling down exercise. Nordic walking is suitable for everyone. Our slow walking group is especially suitable for people with some mobility problems and offers great benefits.

Rennie Grove Hospice at Home Charity Welcomes New Chief Executive

Rennie Grove Hospice Care, nationally recognised as a pioneer in the provision of hospice at home care, has appointed Stewart Marks as Chief Executive. The charity, which cares for around 2,500 patients and family members in Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire every year, welcomed Mr Marks on 19th February 2018.

Tea, Cake and Song, who could ask for more?

Chiltern Music Therapy (Chiltern) are delighted to announce the re-launch of their community group, Silver Singers at The Elgiva Theatre in Chesham. This...

The Amersham Centre of the National Trust

I imagine that a number of you reading this article are members of the National Trust or are possibly thinking of joining. I wonder, however, how many of you are aware that there is an Amersham Centre of the National Trust which is a ‘supporter group’.

The Arts Society, Gerrards Cross

All events are held at Colston Hall, Memorial Centre, East Common, Gerrards Cross, SL9 7AD. New members are welcome!

The benefits of Walking Netball?

General health and well-being can make a big difference to your quality of life, whatever your age. Eating well and keeping fit are important. You might be recovering from injury, or just getting older, but it’s important you are as active as you can be. Regular physical activity will help maintain strength, flexibility and energy levels.

U3A for Bourne End & District

Become a member and join other retired and semi-retired people in setting up an interest group.

Veganuary

"Our ethos is friendly, welcoming and non-judgemental, and always will be. We aim to reduce the suffering of animals by showing the world how easy, fun, healthy, and fulfilling being vegan can be"

WheelPower

As the national charity for wheelchair sport, WheelPower aims to develop, provide and promote opportunities for disabled people of all ages and backgrounds to participate in sport and physical activity, and lead healthy active lives! From sporting novices to Paralympic medallists, we support...

Wooburn Green Youth Club

Monday evenings 6.30 pm - for children aged between 10 and 14. Located in the hall behind the Methodist Chapel on the Green. Table tennis, football and more!

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