Children’s Christmas Trail at Ashridge

Follow the Christmas trail.  There is a special gift for every child.

£3 per child.  No booking required.  Event designed for children and families.  Dogs on leads welcome.  Meet at the visitor centre and collect your trail.

1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 December 2018

From 10am to 3pm

Children’s Christmas Trail at Ashridge

Follow the Christmas trail.  There is a special gift for every child.

£3 per child.  No booking required.  Event designed for children and families.  Dogs on leads welcome.  Meet at the visitor centre and collect your trail.

1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 December 2018

From 10am to 3pm

Children’s Christmas Trail at Ashridge

Follow the Christmas trail.  There is a special gift for every child.

£3 per child.  No booking required.  Event designed for children and families.  Dogs on leads welcome.  Meet at the visitor centre and collect your trail.

1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 December 2018

From 10am to 3pm

Children’s Christmas Trail at Ashridge

Follow the Christmas trail.  There is a special gift for every child.

£3 per child.  No booking required.  Event designed for children and families.  Dogs on leads welcome.  Meet at the visitor centre and collect your trail.

1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 December 2018

From 10am to 3pm

Children’s Christmas Trail at Ashridge

Follow the Christmas trail.  There is a special gift for every child.

£3 per child.  No booking required.  Event designed for children and families.  Dogs on leads welcome.  Meet at the visitor centre and collect your trail.

1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 December 2018

From 10am to 3pm

Children’s Christmas Trail at Ashridge

Follow the Christmas trail.  There is a special gift for every child.

£3 per child.  No booking required.  Event designed for children and families.  Dogs on leads welcome.  Meet at the visitor centre and collect your trail.

1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 December 2018

From 10am to 3pm

Children’s Christmas Trail at Ashridge

Follow the Christmas trail.  There is a special gift for every child.

£3 per child.  No booking required.  Event designed for children and families.  Dogs on leads welcome.  Meet at the visitor centre and collect your trail.

1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 December 2018

From 10am to 3pm

Watercolour Workshop

Join local artist Liz Rogers and create your own watercolour painting of Ashridge.  Materials and refreshments provided.

1-4pm on 28 & 30 Oct

Adult £30

Booking essential 01442 851227

Watercolour Workshop

Join local artist Liz Rogers and create your own watercolour painting of Ashridge.  Materials and refreshments provided.

1-4pm on 28 & 30 Oct

Adult £30

Booking essential 01442 851227

Spooky Crafts and Halloween Trail

Join us at the Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre this half term to create your own spooky crafts to take home with you.  Then head out on our Halloween Trail through the woods.

10am to 4pm Monday 22 to Friday 26 October

£3 per child.

No need to book.

Spooky Crafts and Halloween Trail

Join us at the Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre this half term to create your own spooky crafts to take home with you.  Then head out on our Halloween Trail through the woods.

10am to 4pm Monday 22 to Friday 26 October

£3 per child.

No need to book.

Spooky Crafts and Halloween Trail

Join us at the Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre this half term to create your own spooky crafts to take home with you.  Then head out on our Halloween Trail through the woods.

10am to 4pm Monday 22 to Friday 26 October

£3 per child.

No need to book.

Spooky Crafts and Halloween Trail

Join us at the Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre this half term to create your own spooky crafts to take home with you.  Then head out on our Halloween Trail through the woods.

10am to 4pm Monday 22 to Friday 26 October

£3 per child.

No need to book.

Spooky Crafts and Halloween Trail

Join us at the Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre this half term to create your own spooky crafts to take home with you.  Then head out on our Halloween Trail through the woods.

10am to 4pm Monday 22 to Friday 26 October

£3 per child.

No need to book.

Play around the Parishes 2019

play around parishes 2019

Play around the Parishes will be in Pitstone for two hours of family friendly fun on the following dates:

10 am to noon on Friday 2 August 2019
2-4pm on Friday 16 August 2019

Designed for babies up to 11 yrs.  Face painting, bouncy castle, giant games, crafts and much more.  Free for parents/children to attend (funded by Pitstone Parish Council as part of the services we offer to local residents).  No need to book, just turn up and join in the fun.

Will be held on Pitstone Recreation Ground if the weather is fine, and inside the main hall of Pitstone Memorial Hall if it turns out to be wet.   Feel free to bring your picnics etc.

Play around the Parishes 2019

play around parishes 2019

Play around the Parishes will be in Pitstone for two hours of family friendly fun on the following dates:

10 am to noon on Friday 2 August 2019
2-4pm on Friday 16 August 2019

Designed for babies up to 11 yrs.  Face painting, bouncy castle, giant games, crafts and much more.  Free for parents/children to attend (funded by Pitstone Parish Council as part of the services we offer to local residents).  No need to book, just turn up and join in the fun.

Will be held on Pitstone Recreation Ground if the weather is fine, and inside the main hall of Pitstone Memorial Hall if it turns out to be wet.   Feel free to bring your picnics etc.

Spooky evening of fun and fright

The Howarth family invite you to their spooky evening of fun and fright this Halloween

Please come and visit our haunted house and spooky guests … if you dare

3 Durham Road, Pitstone

Wednesday 31 October 5-9pm

We are proud to be organising our Halloween event for our 4th year!  Not only do we love to entertain our visitors, but also to continue to raise awareness and donations for ‘Find a Cure for Frankie’ on behalf of Rett UK and Reverse Rett.

This is a free event to attend but any donations to this great cause on the evening will be most gratefully received.  Online donations also welcome – please visit www.findacureforfrankie.co.uk.

Special thanks to Jade Derwood MUA for her amazing make up www.facebook.com/jadederwoodmua/

(Please remember to have fun safely this Halloween and avoid causing any distress to other residents.  Only knock on doors that have put out Halloween decorations.  Always walk with friends.)

Annual bonfire and fireworks

Pitstone & Ivinghoe Entertainments Present the

annual bonfire and fireworks event

Sat 3 November

at the football pavilion on Marsworth Road

Gates open 6pm

Bonfire 6.45pm

Fireworks at 7.15pm

£5 per adult or unaccompanied child / £15 for a family of 4 / under 5’s free

Tickets on sale now from Masons, Ivinghoe Post Office or CuriosiTea

Battle’s Over: WW1 Beacons of Light

Join us at Ashridge for a free event commemorating the end of the First World War. Commemorative walk on the Beacon from 2pm on Saturday and all day on Sunday. Food and songs in the Beacon car park from 6pm. Beacon lit at 7pm. Bring a torch.

Hosted by Ashridge Estate National Trust

Free training on how to use a public access defibrillator

 

Come along to free training session

Our grateful thanks to the South-Central Ambulance Service who have agreed to come along to the Charity Football Match and Opening Celebration at the pavilion site on Sunday 29 July from noon til 3pm to provide free training on the use of the defibrillator to all the attendees.  The charity event and the training are both free to attend.  Do come along as see how easy the equipment is to use, and so that you are familiar with the equipment in case you should ever need it.

Where are our defibrillators?

A  third emergency defibrillator is now active in the parish – this unit is located on the outside front wall of the Pitstone Sports Pavilion on Marsworth Road (opposite the junction with Westfield Road) and can be accessed via the pedestrian gate.  The other two defibrillators are located at Pitstone Memorial Hall in Vicarage Road and the Village Health Centre in Yardley Avenue.

Why do we need emergency defibrillators? 

Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) does not give warning symptoms like a traditional heart attack. The heart goes into an unstable rhythm called ventricular fibrillation, the heart stops beating effectively, and the person becomes unconscious. Less than 30% of the time someone will do CPR on a victim, which does help buy time.  However, CPR alone cannot put the heart back in normal rhythm, only a defibrillator can.  You lose 7-10% chance of surviving each minute you are in SCA and an emergency ambulance from Stoke Mandeville can take up to 20 minutes to arrive.  Only 8.3% of victims survive neurologically intact because emergency medical services simply cannot get to the victim and shock them in the four to six minutes before brain damage occurs.

 

Do you need to be trained to use the defibrillator?  

No.  Dial 999 as soon as the patient is taken poorly.  The emergency services will dispatch an ambulance and if appropriate, provide you with details of the nearest defibrillator.  The operator will stay on the line and talk you using the equipment.  The defibrillator itself also gives you voice commands to talk you through the process.   The defibrillator will only shock the patient if it first detects abnormal rhythms that can be treated via shocking, so you don’t need to be worried about hurting the patient or causing any damage.

However, we have offered community training events on the use of the defibrillators in the past and the next event is on 29 July 12-3pm at the pavilion.  We hope that all residents will take the time to attend an event and familiarise themselves with the equipment so that it does not seem as daunting in the event of an emergency.

 

How was the latest defibrillator funded?

Our grateful thanks to Pitstone & Ivinghoe Junior Football Club for purchasing the defibrillator and donating it to the parish council for use at the sports pavilion site and granting permission for this to be utilised by the wider community.    Our grateful thanks to the Women’s Institute for their grant to enable the purchase and installation of the external lock box (which makes the defibrillator available to all) and associated signage (currently being manufactured and will be erected shortly).  The parish council is meeting the additional costs associated with daily/weekly/monthly maintenance regimes, utility costs, consumable costs, insurance and regular status reporting to the ambulance service etc.

 

 

Wing School 50th Anniversary Reunion

 

Wing County Secondary School

Classes 1963-1972

50th Anniversary Reunion

Friday 13 July 7pm til late

The Cock Inn, 24-26 High Street, Wing

 

WhizzFizzFest 30 June

Whizzfizzfest A4 poster

 

WhizzFizzFest, formerly known as Aylesbury WhizzFizzing Festival, will bring Aylesbury town centre to life with a riot of colour and music on Saturday 30 June.

From 11am to 5.30pm, this unique family arts event celebrates children’s literature through visual art, music, words and huge carnival puppets.

This year’s theme is Magic and Mystery and will kick off, in grand tradition, with a parade involving hundreds of local school age children from across Aylesbury Vale.

Headlining this year will be ballerina extraordinaire, Dame Darcey Bussell, who is overseeing a spectacular Magic of the Dance competition, as well as performing in a warm-up routine with her dancers.

Adding a dusting of gold to the glittering day will be Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill who will be answering questions in a Q&A session about her sporting achievements and her new career as an author.

Tony Hadley will also be spreading some magic and mystery in his very own question & answer session. Come along and discover more as he chats about his love of music and the inspiration behind his new album.

We are also delighted to welcome four well-known children’s authors, David Solomons, Andrew Clover, Andy Riley and Steve Antony, to this magical day! They will be providing entertainment for the whole family as you listen to their stories, ask questions and take away a few tips on how to create characters yourself.

All authors, including Dame Darcey Bussell and Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill, will be available to sign copies of their latest books at Waterstones bookshop during the day.

Entry to the festival is free, however tickets are required for some of these events. Visit www.whizzfizzfest.org.uk to book and to find out more about this amazing family friendly festival!

Disney Pixar’s Coco showing in the Big Top

 

Family entertainment on a large screen with a state of the art projector … and of course it’s all happening in our Circus Big Top on Pitstone Recreation Ground

Disney Pixar’s Coco

Certificate PG

Doors open 4pm.  Film starts 4.30pm.

Tickets on the door £3 per adult, £1 per child and under 5yrs are free. £7 for a family (2 adults, 2 children) or available from the website:events-pi.com/tickets

 

Open Day at The Heritage Park Pitstone Museum

Open on Bank Holiday Mondays and 2nd Sunday of each month between June and October

Please visit www.pitstonemuseum.co.uk for full details

Admission charges £7 adults, £6 concessions and £2 children.

Open 11am to 5pm.

Refreshments on sale all day.

Plenty of free parking

Wheelchair access to toilets and most of the site

Enjoy an entertaining and informative day out for the whole family at our Heritage Park.  Sited in the buildings and surrounding orchards of Pitstone Green Farm built in the 1800’s, nestling below Ivinghoe Beacon.    It is run entirely by volunteers of the Pitstone & Ivinghoe Museum Society on a non profit making basis.

Most exhibits are under cover.

Artefacts from all aspects of rural life.  1940’s room.  Engines of all shapes and sizes.  Farm machinery.  Tractors.  Model railways.  Amazing Lancaster Bomber cockpit.  Tractor rides over the fields to Pitstone Windmill.  Stroll in the grounds or just relax at one of the many picnic tables.  Craft stalls.  27 litre gas engine.  Monster rack saw.  Have a go at lace making or pottery.  Special attractions at each open day, subject to weather conditions.

Bring a classic vehicle for the day and get in free.

Get a group together for a private visit, £6 per head min £60, school parties FOC.

Open Day at The Heritage Park Pitstone Museum

Open on Bank Holiday Mondays and 2nd Sunday of each month between June and October

Please visit www.pitstonemuseum.co.uk for full details

Admission charges £7 adults, £6 concessions and £2 children.

Open 11am to 5pm.

Refreshments on sale all day.

Plenty of free parking

Wheelchair access to toilets and most of the site

Enjoy an entertaining and informative day out for the whole family at our Heritage Park.  Sited in the buildings and surrounding orchards of Pitstone Green Farm built in the 1800’s, nestling below Ivinghoe Beacon.    It is run entirely by volunteers of the Pitstone & Ivinghoe Museum Society on a non profit making basis.

Most exhibits are under cover.

Artefacts from all aspects of rural life.  1940’s room.  Engines of all shapes and sizes.  Farm machinery.  Tractors.  Model railways.  Amazing Lancaster Bomber cockpit.  Tractor rides over the fields to Pitstone Windmill.  Stroll in the grounds or just relax at one of the many picnic tables.  Craft stalls.  27 litre gas engine.  Monster rack saw.  Have a go at lace making or pottery.  Special attractions at each open day, subject to weather conditions.

Bring a classic vehicle for the day and get in free.

Get a group together for a private visit, £6 per head min £60, school parties FOC.

Open Day at The Heritage Park Pitstone Museum

Open on Bank Holiday Mondays and 2nd Sunday of each month between June and October

Please visit www.pitstonemuseum.co.uk for full details

Admission charges £7 adults, £6 concessions and £2 children.

Open 11am to 5pm.

Refreshments on sale all day.

Plenty of free parking

Wheelchair access to toilets and most of the site

Enjoy an entertaining and informative day out for the whole family at our Heritage Park.  Sited in the buildings and surrounding orchards of Pitstone Green Farm built in the 1800’s, nestling below Ivinghoe Beacon.    It is run entirely by volunteers of the Pitstone & Ivinghoe Museum Society on a non profit making basis.

Most exhibits are under cover.

Artefacts from all aspects of rural life.  1940’s room.  Engines of all shapes and sizes.  Farm machinery.  Tractors.  Model railways.  Amazing Lancaster Bomber cockpit.  Tractor rides over the fields to Pitstone Windmill.  Stroll in the grounds or just relax at one of the many picnic tables.  Craft stalls.  27 litre gas engine.  Monster rack saw.  Have a go at lace making or pottery.  Special attractions at each open day, subject to weather conditions.

Bring a classic vehicle for the day and get in free.

Get a group together for a private visit, £6 per head min £60, school parties FOC.

Open Day at The Heritage Park Pitstone Museum

Open on Bank Holiday Mondays and 2nd Sunday of each month between June and October

Please visit www.pitstonemuseum.co.uk for full details

Admission charges £7 adults, £6 concessions and £2 children.

Open 11am to 5pm.

Refreshments on sale all day.

Plenty of free parking

Wheelchair access to toilets and most of the site

Enjoy an entertaining and informative day out for the whole family at our Heritage Park.  Sited in the buildings and surrounding orchards of Pitstone Green Farm built in the 1800’s, nestling below Ivinghoe Beacon.    It is run entirely by volunteers of the Pitstone & Ivinghoe Museum Society on a non profit making basis.

Most exhibits are under cover.

Artefacts from all aspects of rural life.  1940’s room.  Engines of all shapes and sizes.  Farm machinery.  Tractors.  Model railways.  Amazing Lancaster Bomber cockpit.  Tractor rides over the fields to Pitstone Windmill.  Stroll in the grounds or just relax at one of the many picnic tables.  Craft stalls.  27 litre gas engine.  Monster rack saw.  Have a go at lace making or pottery.  Special attractions at each open day, subject to weather conditions.

Bring a classic vehicle for the day and get in free.

Get a group together for a private visit, £6 per head min £60, school parties FOC.

Open Day at The Heritage Park Pitstone Museum

Open on Bank Holiday Mondays and 2nd Sunday of each month between June and October

Please visit www.pitstonemuseum.co.uk for full details

Admission charges £7 adults, £6 concessions and £2 children.

Open 11am to 5pm.

Refreshments on sale all day.

Plenty of free parking

Wheelchair access to toilets and most of the site

Enjoy an entertaining and informative day out for the whole family at our Heritage Park.  Sited in the buildings and surrounding orchards of Pitstone Green Farm built in the 1800’s, nestling below Ivinghoe Beacon.    It is run entirely by volunteers of the Pitstone & Ivinghoe Museum Society on a non profit making basis.

Most exhibits are under cover.

Artefacts from all aspects of rural life.  1940’s room.  Engines of all shapes and sizes.  Farm machinery.  Tractors.  Model railways.  Amazing Lancaster Bomber cockpit.  Tractor rides over the fields to Pitstone Windmill.  Stroll in the grounds or just relax at one of the many picnic tables.  Craft stalls.  27 litre gas engine.  Monster rack saw.  Have a go at lace making or pottery.  Special attractions at each open day, subject to weather conditions.

Bring a classic vehicle for the day and get in free.

Get a group together for a private visit, £6 per head min £60, school parties FOC.

Open Day at The Heritage Park Pitstone Museum

Open on Bank Holiday Mondays and 2nd Sunday of each month between June and October

Please visit www.pitstonemuseum.co.uk for full details

Admission charges £7 adults, £6 concessions and £2 children.

Open 11am to 5pm.

Refreshments on sale all day.

Plenty of free parking

Wheelchair access to toilets and most of the site

Enjoy an entertaining and informative day out for the whole family at our Heritage Park.  Sited in the buildings and surrounding orchards of Pitstone Green Farm built in the 1800’s, nestling below Ivinghoe Beacon.    It is run entirely by volunteers of the Pitstone & Ivinghoe Museum Society on a non profit making basis.

Most exhibits are under cover.

Artefacts from all aspects of rural life.  1940’s room.  Engines of all shapes and sizes.  Farm machinery.  Tractors.  Model railways.  Amazing Lancaster Bomber cockpit.  Tractor rides over the fields to Pitstone Windmill.  Stroll in the grounds or just relax at one of the many picnic tables.  Craft stalls.  27 litre gas engine.  Monster rack saw.  Have a go at lace making or pottery.  Special attractions at each open day, subject to weather conditions.

Bring a classic vehicle for the day and get in free.

Get a group together for a private visit, £6 per head min £60, school parties FOC.

Open Day at The Heritage Park Pitstone Museum

Open on Bank Holiday Mondays and 2nd Sunday of each month between June and October

Please visit www.pitstonemuseum.co.uk for full details

Admission charges £7 adults, £6 concessions and £2 children.

Open 11am to 5pm.

Refreshments on sale all day.

Plenty of free parking

Wheelchair access to toilets and most of the site

Enjoy an entertaining and informative day out for the whole family at our Heritage Park.  Sited in the buildings and surrounding orchards of Pitstone Green Farm built in the 1800’s, nestling below Ivinghoe Beacon.    It is run entirely by volunteers of the Pitstone & Ivinghoe Museum Society on a non profit making basis.

Most exhibits are under cover.

Artefacts from all aspects of rural life.  1940’s room.  Engines of all shapes and sizes.  Farm machinery.  Tractors.  Model railways.  Amazing Lancaster Bomber cockpit.  Tractor rides over the fields to Pitstone Windmill.  Stroll in the grounds or just relax at one of the many picnic tables.  Craft stalls.  27 litre gas engine.  Monster rack saw.  Have a go at lace making or pottery.  Special attractions at each open day, subject to weather conditions.

Bring a classic vehicle for the day and get in free.

Get a group together for a private visit, £6 per head min £60, school parties FOC.

Open Day at The Heritage Park Pitstone Museum

Open on Bank Holiday Mondays and 2nd Sunday of each month between June and October

Please visit www.pitstonemuseum.co.uk for full details

Admission charges £7 adults, £6 concessions and £2 children.

Open 11am to 5pm.

Refreshments on sale all day.

Plenty of free parking

Wheelchair access to toilets and most of the site

Enjoy an entertaining and informative day out for the whole family at our Heritage Park.  Sited in the buildings and surrounding orchards of Pitstone Green Farm built in the 1800’s, nestling below Ivinghoe Beacon.    It is run entirely by volunteers of the Pitstone & Ivinghoe Museum Society on a non profit making basis.

Most exhibits are under cover.

Artefacts from all aspects of rural life.  1940’s room.  Engines of all shapes and sizes.  Farm machinery.  Tractors.  Model railways.  Amazing Lancaster Bomber cockpit.  Tractor rides over the fields to Pitstone Windmill.  Stroll in the grounds or just relax at one of the many picnic tables.  Craft stalls.  27 litre gas engine.  Monster rack saw.  Have a go at lace making or pottery.  Special attractions at each open day, subject to weather conditions.

Bring a classic vehicle for the day and get in free.

Get a group together for a private visit, £6 per head min £60, school parties FOC.

Healthwatch meeting at Pitstone Hall 9-5-18

Healthwatch Bucks – Helping you to improve your health and social care services

Healthwatch Bucks is an independent organisation that gives Bucks residents a voice to shape and improve local health and social care services. We’re here to ensure that local views, concerns and experiences are heard at all levels of health and social care so that they make a positive difference to the way future services are delivered.

We do this by listening to what people tell us about their local services. We share this feedback with health and social care providers to help them understand what people think of their services. We also use it to help other residents see what people think. As part of this, we produce our own evidence-based reports. Our reports include specific recommendations based on the feedback we receive. We use these reports to influence, inform and, if necessary, challenge decisions of health and social care organisations. Over the past year our work has helped improve the non-clinical patient experience of a range of health and social care services from GP practices to care homes.  

To help patients shape the service they want from their GP practice, we have also been working with the Clinical Commissioning Groups to support the set-up of Patient Participation Groups. In our monthly newsletter, you can read about some of these PPGs. We also have a signposting service where we provide information about access to local health and social care services such as how to find a care home or get a dentist through the NHS.

We will be holding our Quarterly Board Meeting in public in Pitstone Memorial Hall on Wednesday 9 May, 2018 from 2.00-4.30pm. We would be delighted to see you there, hear your views and answer any questions. All we ask is that you email any questions in advance. To find out more, please give us a call on 0845 260 6216 or visit our website www.healthwatchbucks.co.uk Why not sign up for our newsletter or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

The latest newsletter is available here:

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Merrie England

Friday 1 June 2018 at 7.30pm (doors open 7pm) at Pitstone Memorial Hall

In aid of St Marys Church restoration fund

Come and enjoy a great evening of medieval food and riotous entertainment which includes a welcome drink, a two course meal, song and poetry, topped off with dancing the dances of the day, all coordinated by our very own court jester.

Tickets £20 from Norma Leighton on 07831 524286 or norma.leighton@outlook.com

Walk the Chalk

National Trust Ashridge Estate walk and nature trail.

Based at Ivinghoe Beacon car park from 10.30am to 4pm on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 June 2018.

Trail leaflets cost £2, experts will be on hand to answer your questions and there will be no shortage of natural delights to admire.

Walk the Chalk

National Trust Ashridge Estate walk and nature trail.

Based at Ivinghoe Beacon car park from 10.30am to 4pm on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 June 2018.

Trail leaflets cost £2, experts will be on hand to answer your questions and there will be no shortage of natural delights to admire.

Music on Pitstone Green

Beacon Community Choir in conjunction with Pitstone & Ivinghoe Entertainments present Music on the Green

Come and join the Beacon Community Choir and friends with a mini-music festival on Pitstone Green.  Bring your picnic baskets, gazebos and friends, and relax while the choir and featured local artists entertain you.  With something for everyone, this is the best way to while away a sunny afternoon with family and friends.

Cream teas will be provided by the WI, and a licenced bar will be available all afternoon.

So whether you are into jazz, pop or anything in between, open a bottle of fizz, tuck into a cream tea and chill in the summer sunshine …

If wet, there will be plenty of space to enjoy the event inside the circus-style marquee.

Sunday 1 July from 1pm.    Tickets £5, children free, payable on the day.

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The Greatest Showman showing in the Big Top

 

 

First the bad news – unfortunately, we are unable to continue with the planned Las Vegas night on Friday 29th June. Despite our best efforts, interest in the event was not sufficient to make it viable. We apologise to those who have already bought tickets or were planning to come along. We will of course be refunding ticket holders in full.

Now the good news! We are delighted that the Pitstone Film Club have stepped into the breach and will be presenting a one-off screening of The Greatest Showman (cert PG) in our Big Top on the Friday night – curtains up at 7.30pm ! This hugely popular film will be shown on a big screen with state of the art projector and sound system. A full bar, soft drinks and popcorn will be available. So bring your folding chairs and cushions and come along to support this unique village event!

(Some seating will be supplied)

Tickets on the door £5 per person or £10 for a family (2 adults, 2 children) or available from the website:events-pi.com/tickets

They will also be showing Disney Pixar’s Coco, certificate PG, doors open at 4pm and film starts at 4.30pm.   Tickets available on the door or via the website (see above) – £3 per adult, £1 per child, under 5’s free, £7 per family (2 adults & 2 children).  See separate entry on this website for full details.