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The What's On Guide is one of the most comprehensive listings for charities and non profit making events.

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Outdoor Events Football Match
On Tues 24th Jan: Risborough Rangers v Wodson Park (South Midlands Football League Division One). Facilities include a well stocked tea bar with hot and cold food/drinks available and probably the best burgers in Bucks. Clubhouse bar/large flat screen TV and covered seating/standing areas, new tannoy system with also free car park. Admission Adults £5 Concessions £3 Under 16 £1 (Matchday Programme £1 - RRFC 50/50 half time Draw Tickets £1 - Footie Scratch Cards £1 - New Range of Club Merchandise). Please come and try us out as I am sure you will be impressed by what we can offer at our humble ground in a lovely leafy part of South Bucks!

On: 7.45pm Tue 24th Jan 2017
Address: Windsors Stadium, Horsenden Lane, Princes Risborough, Bucks HP27 9NE
Website: http://www.risboroughrangers.com
Homeless Outreach Volunteer
We are a housing support charity seeking volunteers to accomany our outreach worker on early morning visist to identify and assist people sleeping rough. Visits usually happen in and around the town centre and there will be quite a lot of walking involved.

Each session starts at around 6am and lasts for between 1 and 3 hours. We are flexible around the frequency of volunteering as we hope to build a bank of people to call on.

Please get in touch if you have any questions or think you may be interested in helping out.

On: 06:00 Tue 24th Jan 2017
Repeating: Every Tuesday
Address: Aylesbury Town and Surround, HP20 1SN
Contact name: Emma El-Badaoui
Phone number: 07799110038
Contact email: email
Website: http://www.connectionfs.org
Aylesbury Chess Club
Enjoy playing Chess online or with friends? Why not come down to the Aylesbury Ex Services Club at Walton Street on a Tuesday at 07:30 pm and play over the board with the club? Aylesbury Chess Club provides competitive and social chess for players of all standards and ages.

On: 19.30 Tue 24th Jan 2017
Repeating: Every Tuesday
Address: Aylesbury Ex-Services Club, 62-64 Walton St, Aylesbury, HP21 7QP
Contact name: Tim O'Sullivan
Phone number: 07767648043
Contact email: email
Website: https://www.facebook.com/AylesburyChessClub/
Exhibitions Unmaking the Modern: the work of Stanley Anderson
Following on from a successful show at the Royal Academy in 2015, curators Harry Heuser and Robert Meyrick from Aberystwyth University have developed a touring exhibition examining the work and world view of printmaker Stanley Anderson RA (1884–1966).

Anderson moved to Towersey near Thame during the Second World War and drew inspiration from the local area. Many of his subjects evoke a sense of nostalgia: craftsmen and farm workers carrying out tasks now performed by machinery, rural scenes that have turned into sprawling suburbia, urban architecture that has been destroyed by war.

Anderson fiercely opposed modernity and his art comments on the dramatic changes he observed in British society. He held these changes to be harmful to the human spirit: in the estrangement from nature, the loss of respect for manual work and the deterioration of communal life.

In exploring these key concerns, Unmaking the Modern follows two main themes: one concentrates on his critique of ‘progress’, the other on the ‘continuity and harmony of spirit’ that he sought and found beyond London.

(All images © Stanley Anderson Estate)

On: 10.00AM Sat 22nd Oct 2016
Until: 5.00PM Sat 28th Jan 2017
Address: Bucks County Museum, Church Street, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP20 2QP
Website: http://www.buckscountymuseum.org/museum
Exhibitions Tales From the Village
Photographs, objects, memories and oral histories all about West Wycombe. This exhibition is loaned to us from the National Trust and was researched by local National Trust Volunteers.

The museum is open daily from 10am - 4:30pm, and from 2pm - 4:30pm on Sundays.

On: Mon 19th Dec 2016
Until: Tue 28th Feb 2017
Address: Wycombe Museum, Priory Avenue, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP13 6PX
Website: https://www.facebook.com/WycombeMuseum/
Hygge Weekends
Banish those winter blues and get cosy with Hygge weekends at Waddesdon.

With fab new walks including a dog friendly tail-wagger walk, a Scandinavian Hygge snug, cookery schools, performances and delicious things to eat and drink , there is something for all the family to enjoy.

Check out the website for more details: www.waddesdon.org.uk/whats-on

On: 11:00am Sat 14th Jan 2017
Until: 4:00pm Sun 19th Mar 2017
Address: Waddesdon Manor, nr Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP18 0JH
Website: http://www.waddesdon.org.uk/whats-on
Spirit of the Andes Roadshow Sale
Spirit of the Andes is returning to Amersham for the first date of its 2017 Roadshow. Come and meet us and buy some alpaca knitwear and pima cotton bargains!

On: 11am Wed 25th Jan 2017
Address: Amersham Market Hall, High Street, Amersham, Bucks, HP7 0EF
Website: http://www.spiritoftheandes.co.uk
Bingo and Quizzes Wednesday Senior Club
Affiliated to the Community Association, this club welcomes all people over the age of 60. It meets at the Community Centre every week. It is a small, friendly club who enjoy a nice chat, a few games of bingo and often arrange trips out for members.

On: 2.00 p.m. Wed 25th Jan 2017
Repeating: Every Wednesday
Address: The Community Centre, Meadowcroft Road, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP19 9HH
Thursday Night Lates: Feeling Stressed?
Want to change your life in 2017? New goals, new you! Join us for an evening of talks. Free entry to the museum. Charges apply for Thursday Night Late workshops and talks.
£10.00 for wristband for talks - go to one, or all of them!
Book in advance on 01494 957210.

6.30pm - Create a happier and more fulfilling life in 2017 - Cathy Evans, Volunteer Course Leader shares the key to happier living from Action for Happiness.

7pm - Dan Collinson - Lecturer at Buckinghamshire New University and consultant at Positive Psychology. 'Playing to your strengths - how knowing and applying your strengths can enable you to achieve your goals more effectively.'

8pm - Finding peace in a frantic world: simple techniques to deal with stress, anxiety and depression. Anna Maria Aprile - Counsellor and Mindfulness Teacher.

8.30pm - Want to thrive rather than just survive? Do you need to create calm for yourself and be more resilient in difficult circumstances? Amanda Dudman, Buckinghamshire based workplace coach will be discussing and giving some pointers on 'how to survive the 2017 workplace'.

And if talks aren't your thing, join us for a session of:
Meditative Art with Constantinalcons 7-9pm
A stress relieving course. A lovely multicultural way to get back to our roots through creation stories from around the world and to develop an art work reflecting various ancient art traditions: Persian, Middle English, Egyptian. Constantina helps each participant to connect with their own skills through traditional techniques and apply them in a modern context.
£15. Book in advance on 01494 957210

On: 7pm Thu 26th Jan 2017
Address: Wycombe Museum, Priory Avenue, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP13 6PX
Contact name: Wycombe Museum
Phone number: 01494 957210
Contact email: email
Website: https://www.facebook.com/WycombeMuseum/
Afternoon Tea for Isolated Older Individuals
Following previous successful Afternoon Tea Events, Home Instead Senior Care, Holiday Inn and the Aylesbury Performing Arts Centre are bringing you another afternoon of refreshments, chat and entertainment.

This event is targeted at isolated older adults within the community and is completely funded (no payment) with limited spaces. Loneliness within the older community is a growing problem – one which we are tackling within the Aylesbury Vale area.

We do ask that the attendees are supported to make their own way and if assistance is required to get in and out of a cab at the Holiday Inn, let us know and we would be happy to help.

Refreshments will be provided. If you think that you or someone you may know could benefit from this, please contact us on Facebook or call Georgia on 01296 410029 to book your place. (Only 26 places available)

On: 14.30 Thu 26th Jan 2017
Until: 16.30 Thu 26th Jan 2017
Address: Holiday Inn, New Road, Weston Turville, Aylesbury, HP22 5QT
Website: http://www.homeinstead.co.uk/aylesburyvale
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