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The Children's Society May Fayre will take place from 10am to 2pm on Saturday (May 18) at Chalfont St Peter Parish Church Hall.
Two fun runs which were set to take place as part of the upcoming Chalfont St Giles show have been cancelled.
A notice has been placed on the event's website explaining the situation.
SINGERS who fancy taking part in the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations in June should head along to Gerrards Cross on Monday (February 27).
FOR lovers of cinema, it is one of life's great tragedies that the days of seeing films from yesteryear on the big screen are over.
For most people, gone are the days of seeing the likes of Humphrey Bogart, James Stewart, Orson Welles or James Cagney looming over them on the silver screen the way they were meant to be seen.
CAMPAIGNERS against a proposed high-speed rail line are going to march through the countryside it is set to devastate.
A protest walk against High Speed 2 (HS2) through the Chilterns is set to take place along its proposed route through the Misbourne Valley.
Walkers, who take part in the eight-mile route from Amersham train station to Great Missenden station on September 11, are being asked to raise sponsorship for organisers The Chiltern Society's dedicated anti-HS2 fund.
RESIDENTS across Buckinghamshire are being invited to tell council leaders what they think their money should be spent on and where cuts should be made.
A series of roadshows where the public can give their opinions are planned for next month as part of county council scheme The Bucks Debate, which was launched this week.
PREPARATIONS are already under way for next year's Chalfont St Peter Feast Day.
The event, which was given a major revamp last year, is set to take place on Saturday, June 26.
RUMOURS are circulating in the Chalfont St Peter and Gerrards Cross area that Mike Tyson could be moving to the area.
The former heavyweight world champion, who bit off part of the ear of opponent Evander Holyfield during a fight in 1997, is set to spend six months in the UK next year on the after dinner speaking circuit.
THIS year's revamped Chalfont St Peter Christmas Fun Night proved to be a huge success despite poor weather conditions.
The event, which took place on Friday evening, saw around half the village's population descend on Market Place, High Street and St Peter's Court, where a host of attractions had been put in place.
ORGANISERS of this year's Chalfont St Peter Feast Day celebrated the extraordinary success of the event with a special reception.
This year, the village's Chamber of Commerce and parish council combined to bring back the event, which dates back to medieval times.