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Sunday Specials - Adult Art Workshops
A series of one-day workshops perfect for all ability levels - book now at www.qpc.org or call 01296 424332.

Soap Making for Mother’s Day & Easter with Helen Neighbour
Create beautifully-marbled handmade soaps using two different colour bases, and experiment with cosmetic colours, scents, aromatherapy oils, herbs and flowers to make fragrent soaps.
£25 / £20 members
Additional materials purchasable on the day.

Mosaics with Polli Phippen
Be inspired by beautiful materials and learn the technical skills of cutting and shaping mosaics to create a 15 x 20cm mosaic piece.
£45 / £40 members
£10 for materials payable to tutor on the day. Bring an apron.

Throwing Workshop with Charlie Butters
Prepare to take your pottery wheel driving test! Learn the basic principles of throwing clay to make cylinders (the basis of most pots).
£60 / £55 members
Clay included, plus firing and glazing for one pot.

Leatherwork – ‘What a Belter’ with Elizabeth Bond
An introduction to leatherwork. Learn how to make a riveted belt, along with stamping, decorating and finishing leather. No experience needed.
£35 / £30 members (materials included)

Blacksmithing with Nicholas Packham
Visit a practising workshop and learn the basic techniques of blacksmithing to create either a poker, coat hook, bracelet, bowl or trivet.
£45 / £40 members (materials included)
Class to take place at Nicholas’ workshop in Milton Keynes. Call 01296 424332 for address.

Textured Greetings Cards with Annie Edwards
A fantastic activity for Mother’s Day! Design and make four quality cards using textures of all sorts, including wood, fabric, ribbons & beads.
£25 / £20 members (materials included)

On: 10:00 Sun 26th Mar 2017
Address: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP21 7RT
Website: http://www.qpc.org
Mother's Day Afternoon Tea
On mums special day in the year, where better to say 'thanks mum' than at Missenden Abbey with our Mother's Day Afternoon Tea?

Our chefs have created a delicious afternoon tea menu for all the family.
Afternoon Tea: £20 per person
Afternoon Tea with a glass of prosecco: £24.50 per person
Children's Afternoon Tea: £10 (aged 12 and under)

Get ahead this Mother's Day and book to celebrate at Missenden Abbey!
Please note this event MUST be prebooked due to its popularity

On: 2pm Sun 26th Mar 2017
Address: Missenden Abbey, London Road, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, HP16 0BD
Website: http://www.missendenabbey.co.uk
Vintage Tea Party
A vintage tea party with music, cake, crumpets, cocktails and more. Make a gift for Easter or as a treat for yourself! The Vintage Craft Company will be selling their small vintage gifts on the night. Taught sessions run 7-9pm.

Vintage jewellery making class by Lena at personally pearl.
Make a vintage necklace

Vintage accessories class by artist Nicky Moorhouse.
Learn how to mkae a beautiful invtage accessories. You can create hair pieces and wrist corsages with lovely lace, fabrics and sparkles.

Vintage Crochet taster workshop for beginners.
Make your own lacework vintage coasters or glass covers

Textile workshop with Jo Jones
Create hand-made silk fibre paper and if you want turn pieces into sculpture such as bowls or vases.

Last Thursday of the month: Museum open to the public from 10am - 9.30pm. Age 14+ from 6.30-9.30pm.
Free entry to the museum. Charges apply for Thursday Night Late workshops and talks. Book all sessions in advance on 01494 957210.

On: 7pm Thu 30th Mar 2017
Address: Wycombe Museum, Priory Avenue, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP13 6PX
Website: https://www.facebook.com/WycombeMuseum/
Weston Turville Historical Soc. Thames Valley MillionairesPagan Ēostra to Christian Easter
“Pagan Ēostra to Christian Easter” Colin Oakes

Our March talk explains how the name Easter comes from a Celtic God. making it another example of a Pagan event combined with a real Christian festival. The fact that Easter is the primary Christian festival, not Christmas makes it even stranger that its name comes from an Iron Age Deity long before Christianity.

There is now a whole sequence of Christian events and traditions surrounding it, Maundy Thursday, Lent, Good Friday, Pentecost. Join us to unravel the story and learn about the eggs, bunnies, parades, controversies and fridge magnets.

Colin is an archaeologist and London Guide, who has been a regular and popular speaker at the Society (and all around the Chilterns) since 2006 and last visited us in November 2015 to talk to us about Christmas Celebrations.

On: 20:00 Fri 31st Mar 2017
Address: Weston Turville Village Hall, School Approach, off Main Street, Weston Turville, Bucks. HP22 5RW
Website: http://www.WTHSoc.org.uk
Geology Rocks at College Lake
Join us to celebrate College Lake's amazing geological discoveries on our Geology Rocks weekend!

Come along to College Lake and discover more about our incredible history, from amazing ammonites to mega mammoths!

The team will be running a selection of walks, talks and activities for all ages across the weekend.

Geological Wonders Walk (Adult 16yrs+) Sat & Sun 11.15am & 2.30pm- please book
Geology Rocks! Family Walk Sat & Sun 1pm- please book
Dig-it! Children's Workshop (7 yrs+) Sat & Sun 10.30am- please book
Cretaceous Crafts Sat & Sun 2-4pm- drop in
Storyteller, Time Travellers Timeline, Geology Trail Sat & Sun 10am-4pm- drop in
Please book your walks and workshops online through the main events listing page.

Come in fancy dress! Prize for the best photo posted on Twitter or Facebook.

On: 10am Sat 1st Apr 2017
Until: 4pm Sun 2nd Apr 2017
Address: College Lake, Upper Icknield Way, Bulbourne, Tring, HP23 5QG
Website: http://www.bbowt.org.uk/whats-on
Outdoor Events Aylesbury CTC Easy Pace Cycle Ride
Aylesbury Cyclist Touring Club (CTC) invite you to an Easy Pace/Longer circular cycle ride starting at the Watermead Inn car park with a coffee stop at Lakers Garden Centre, Winslow.
This is longer than our normal rides and is about 40 miles.
More details of our club on www.aylesburyctc.org.uk
Find Aylesbury CTC on Facebook and the South Bucks website www.southbuckscycling.org.uk

On: 0930 am Sun 2nd Apr 2017
Address: Watermead Inn, Watermead. HP19 0FX
Website: http://www.aylesburyctc.org
Easter Holiday Craft Workshops
School holiday workshops for children - find out more and book places at www.qpc.org or call 01296 424332.

Mon 3 Apr, 10am – 3pm
Pottery Witches & Cauldrons with Charlie Butters & Helen Neighbour
For ages 7+
Create the scene from Macbeth in clay. Legs of toad and wings of bat included!
£20 / £18 members

Tue 4 Apr, 10am - 3pm
Bunny in a Basket with Pippa North
For ages 7+
Take your bunny travelling! Create a beautiful bunny in a carrot basket (with room for a tiny egg or two).
£20 / £18 members

Wed 5 Apr, 10am - 3pm
Pottery Chickens with Elizabeth Browning
For ages 7+
Make a chicken with a nest out of clay, then hide some chicks and eggs in your nest!
£20 / £18 members

Thu 6 Apr, 10am - 3pm
Cress-Eyed Crones with Pippa North
For ages 7+
Inspired by Macbeth, our witch roams the woods for healing herbs. Plant her eyes with cress seeds and cut for tasty sand-WITCHES!
£20 / £18 members

Fri 7 Apr, 10am – 3pm
Macbeth Retold
For ages 7+
Discover the story of Macbeth and put on your own mini version of the play in this special drama workshop.
£20 / £18 members

On: 10:00 Mon 3rd Apr 2017
Until: 15:00 Fri 7th Apr 2017
Address: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP21 7RT
Website: http://www.qpc.org
A sinister prophecy foretold on a battle-scarred heath leads Lord and Lady Macbeth to commit a terrible crime. Power and privilege awaits them, but blood will have blood – and what is done cannot be undone…

Performances on 7 Apr (7:30pm), 8 Apr (2:30pm & 7:30pm) and 9 Apr (2:30pm)

Tickets: £8.50 / £6.50 concessions

This production is made possible with the kind support of Aylesbury Town Council.

On: Fri 7th Apr 2017
Until: Sun 9th Apr 2017
Address: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP21 7RT
Website: http://www.qpc.org
Live Music Wendover Music - Crispian Steele Perkins (trumpet & Ian Le Grice (organ)
Crispian is one of the world's best known trumpet soloists, renowned for the quality of his performances and his wide-ranging musical experience. Together with organist Ian LeGrice he will be playing music by Handel, Mozart, Howard Goodall together with a demonstration of the techniques used to perform the famous trumpet tunes of the 17th & 18th century.

On: 7.30 pm Sat 8th Apr 2017
Address: St Mary's Church, Church Lane, Wendover HP22 6NL
Website: http://www.wendover-music.org/
Live Music Aylesbury Choral Society perform Durufle's Requiem and Poulenc's Gloria
Aylesbury Choral Society conducted by Jeff Stewart with Aylesbury Concert Orchestra and organist Colin Spinks will perform Durufle's Requiem and Poulenc's Gloria.

On: 7.30pm Sat 8th Apr 2017
Address: St Mary's Church, Aylesbury, HP20 2JJ
Contact name: Nigel Jones
Phone number: 01296641425
Contact email: email
Website: http://www.aylesburychoral.org.uk
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