- Sheep shipped in to graze in London's Green Park
- Savvas Mourgos: Norwich City sign Arsenal midfielder on two-year deal
- Schizophrenic 'Muslim killer' not guilty by reason of insanity
- Women's Super League One: Louise Quinn extends Arsenal contract
- Middlesex: Adam Voges & Sam Robson expected to be fit to face Surrey
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Wolverhampton attacker had 'kill or be killed' delusions
- Southampton v Wolverhampton Wanderers
- Mood of brides is something blue over lost dresses
- How 'Brit hero' helped Las Ramblas victim
- Drugs gang who raped woman in revenge on rivals jailed
- Suspected slaves found in West Midlands restaurant raids
- Birmingham school boy lunch allergy death 'unlikely'
- Buses in south Birmingham have an average speed of less than 6mph.
- Geoffrey Boycott: Former cricketer sorry for 'unacceptable' comment
- 'People power inspires' £2.2m Birmingham housing
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Saving Pichiku, the red titi monkey without a mum
- Man and woman arrested on suspicion of Bristol murder
- Father of dead Somerset baby quizzed over harassment complaints
- Two MPs quit Bath University roles over vice-chancellor's pay deal
- Wings Over Scotland blogger arrested over alleged harassment
- Bristol tower block has similar cladding to Grenfell Tower
- Fulham v Bristol Rovers
- Anthony Perenise: Samoa prop rejoins Bath from Bristol
- Watford v Bristol City
- Cleveland Bridge tollhouse pillar destroyed by car
Cornwall Council News feed
- Call to name new Cornish fire boat whittled down to final four - so get voting
- Cornwall Council supporting Cornwall Pride/Gooth Kernow this Saturday
- Cornwall Council takes action and secures derelict hotel helping to make Newquay Safer
- Camborne Library temporary closure
- Work starts to improve parking in seven towns
- Council congratulates young people on A level results
- Junction improvements on A30 in St Erth
- Hayle and St Ives residents urged to have their say in resident survey closing next week
- Bodmin residents urged to have their say in resident survey closing next week
- Creative workshops in Truro and Redruth inspired by our archives
BBC Essex News Feed
- 'Foolish' level crossing-hopping learner driver convicted
- London Stansted Airport: Behind-the-scenes at the office in the sky
- Ancient coffin breaks as child put in it at Southend museum
- Michael Timlin: Midfielder says Southend cannot use pitch condition as an excuse
- Man dies in fatal South Ockendon stabbing
- Strip search of boy, 16, at centre of misconduct hearing
- Essex warehouse fire: Firm says building is destroyed
- Bookmakers robbed: Spray attacker gets six-years jail
- Britain's Alex Dowsett to leave Movistar for Katusha-Alpecin
- Harlow man dies after fight in Poplar Kitten pub
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Southampton v Wolverhampton Wanderers
- Asda sorry for 'Isle of White' shopping bag gaffe
- Order placed for new Isle of Wight Red Jet 7 passenger ferry
- Armed police arrest assault suspect in Andover
- HMS Victory work starts to prevent warship's collapse
- Memorial commemorates Portsmouth boxing greats
- Southampton: Saints launch match day Big Issue to help homeless
- EFL: A Walsall fan's ferry ride to Fratton Park and other things you may have missed
- Eastleigh v Tranmere Rovers
- Boreham Wood v Aldershot Town
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Cars and keys stolen from car park near Manchester Airport
- North should 'take control' of transport, says Grayling
- Rangers secure loan deal for Manchester City winger Aaron Nemane
- Bolton Wanderers 3-2 Sheffield Wednesday
- Stoke City v Rochdale
- HS3 rail for northern England 'will happen', says MP
- Two men arrested in terrorism probe in Warrington
- George Osborne urges 'HS3' rail for northern England
- Police seek Tyrone Patrick over Mike Grimshaw stab death
- Manchester attack: 12 weeks on
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Hip op woman cared for in dementia unit for six months
- Two men jailed over Louth sex attacks on 'intoxicated' teens
- Grimsby Town supports fans' complaints over Stevenage security
- Lincoln groomer caught by internet vigilantes
- The Shed of the Year competition includes non-sheds for the first time
- National Front rally in Grantham sees two arrests
- Exeter City 1-0 Lincoln City
- Police stop 'not linked' to fatal Stamford crash
- Northern, Southern and Merseyrail strikes set for September
- Lincoln City football club training vests stolen
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- Chiltern Humanists Meeting – Humanism in the Age of Brexit and Trump – 12 Sept = Amersham
- Professional Watercolour Demonstration from Gordon King – Amersham – 5 September
- FREE TAEKWONDO TRIAL LESSON – AMERSHAM
- Amersham Museum Re opens July 12
- Old Amersham Antiques Fair – 2nd July
- Chiltern Arts Launch Concert 2 – Old Amersham – 1st October
- Annual General meeting of the Chiltern Child Contact Centre – July 4
- Middle Eastern Supper Club, served in a tapas style – Hyde Heath – 15 July
- Amersham Art Group – Alan Eeles Pastels Art Demonstration – 4th July
- Former Resident is a Brigadier Expert
Chiltern Humanists Meeting.
Andrew Copson, Chief Executive of Humanists UK, will speak on Humanism in the Age of Brexit and Trump
In these changing and sometimes unstable times, Andrew will talk on how Humanism can be a stabilising and challenging influence in the world. He will happily answer any questions and hopefully a lively debate will follow.
Everybody welcome. Bring your friends.
date: Tuesday 12 September 2017
time: 8:00 p.m.
venue: Wendover Library Room, High Street, Wendover HP22 6DU
There is ample free parking.
event web: www.chilternhumanists.org.uk
FREE TAEKWONDO TRIAL LESSON
Taekwondo is a dynamic, exciting and effective self-defence system,
consisting of blocks, strikes, punches and kicks, that can be learned by
everybody from 6-60.
No matter your level of fitness, size or shape we can help you achieve
Classes typically consist of fitness exercises, punching and kicking
pads, self defence drills, sparring, artistic patterns and stretching,
which are all designed to help students progress through the traditional
ITF syllabus, from beginner through to Black Belt and beyond.
Come along wearing something loose and comfortable, bring a drink and try
date: Fridays or Sundays
time: 6.30pm Fridays 5pm Sundays
venue: Fridays @ Elangeni School, Woodside Avenue, Amersham HP6 6EG
Sundays @ Woodside Junior School, Mitchell Walk, Amersham HP6 6NW
event email: email@example.com
event web: www.btkd.co.uk
event tel nos: 01844 281 888
Date: Wednesday 12 July
Venue: Amersham Museum, HP7 ODP
After four years of planning and fundraising and a 10-month closure, Amersham Museum will re-open to visitors at noon on Wednesday 12th July. The museum has undergone a substantial expansion into the neighbouring Victorian building. A new, stunning glass reception space, has enabled the museum to reveal the medieval building, previously hidden to the High Street. The museum’s wonderful garden has also been re-landscaped to enable wheelchair access and features new planting.
The extension has created new exhibition space, activity space and dedicated stores for the museum’s collection.
The collection has been completely redisplayed with more emphasis on the 20th century and much greater access to parts of it, including maps and oral histories. There are also more activities for children and discovery boxes full of objects, photos and documents.
New Activities: A wonderful activity programme has been developed for the reimagined museum, with activities for people of all ages, including a new schools programme from September. The activities kick off with a series of family activities on Saturday 15th July (free after admission).
The museum will be open from 12 – 4.30pm Wednesday – Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays. Admission is £3 adults, children free. Many of the activities for families are free after admission.
Old Amersham Antiques Fair
date: 2 july
venue: Kings Chapel, Kings Arms Hotel, Old Amersham, HP7 0DJ
event tel nos: 01494 724007
Carolyn Sampson, Fleurs : Chiltern Arts Launch Concert 2
Carolyn Sampson (soprano) and Joseph Middleton (piano) perform a
selection from their celebrated album, Fleurs, in quaint Old Amersham
date: Sunday 1st October 2017
time: 8:00 pm
venue: St Mary s Church, Church Street, Amersham, HP7 0BD
cost: £10.00 – £25.00
event-tel-nos: 07943 875640
The Trustees of the
Chiltern Child Contact Centre
(Registered Charity No. 1145058)
have much pleasure in inviting you to the sixth
Annual General Meeting
7.30pm on Tuesday 4th July 2017
Amersham Free Church,
Woodside Road, Amersham HP6 6AJ
Speaker – Peter Spencer JP
‘Understanding Magistrates in the [Single] Family Court’
‘ The Family Court focuses on the needs and best interests of children and is very different to the Adult Criminal court. This Family Court presentation was developed to inform people about what the Family Court does, in layman’s language, and to try to dispel some of the myths and preconceptions that exist about the role of the Family Court and how it operates’.
Come and meet the Trustees and Volunteers
Refreshments will be served after the meeting.
We invite you to bring a guest and we look forward to seeing you there.
F or catering purposes please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Chiltern Child Contact Centre
C/O Amersham Free Church, Woodside Road Amersham HP6 6AJ
Middle Eastern Supper Club, served in a tapas style.
There will be a paying bar on the night.
date: 15th July 2017
venue: Hyde Heath Village Hall
event email: email@example.com
event web: www.granduniondiningden.com
event tel nos: 07872649870
Former resident of these parts Mark Jones is compiling a quiz book on the Brigadier, the character from the classic Dr Who Series who first appeared in the late 1960s.
This is the second project he has done for Candy Jar Books, http://www.candy-jar.co.uk/books/index.html The first story he wrote featured the nearby village of Aldbury
‘Barely Athletic’ is not exactly the greatest team ever; in fact it is pretty rubbish. But bossy head coach and pub landlady, Viv does her best to motivate four uninspired individuals to do their best.
The play focuses on the relationships between the members of a five-a-side Sunday football team in Hull, with a twist: it is set in the gay and lesbian league. There are some real laugh-out-loud moments.
Chesham Theatre Company is presenting “Jumpers for Goalposts” in association with Nick Hern Books.
The show runs nightly at 8pm from Thursday June 29th to Saturday 1st July at the Little Theatre in the Park, Chesham.
We are presenting this as a ‘Supper Theatre’ so drinks and picnics welcome but food and drink will be on sale.
Tickets priced at £12.50 each (tables of eight) available from www.trybooking.co.uk/1175