We have a double bill of fantastic up and coming comedians Robin Morgan and Glenn Moore with their hugely popular Edinburgh Fringe shows.
Our MC for the evening will be local comedian Andy Gleeks.
Tickets are £12 (or £10 if 4 or more purchased) and available from 01844 217228 or www.thameplayers.co.uk.
It definitely promises to be a fun night and a great way to raise some money for a good cause!
Saturday 25 March has been announced as the date for this year’s Thame Tidy and Moreton Muck-Out.
Between 10am and 3pm, the people of Thame and Moreton are invited to help clean up their local area.
Last year’s efforts, pictured above, made a real difference and coincided with the national ‘Clean for the Queen’ weekend.
You can keep up-to-date with Thame Tidy 2017 by clicking on the their Facebook page here.
This year’s Annual Town Meeting will be taking place on Tuesday 28 March at 7:30pm in Thame Town Hall and will be a great opportunity for you to ask questions, meet your councillors and receive updates.
There will be a presentation from Thame Town Music Festival, and representatives from the Red Kite Family Centre and Thame & District Day Centre.
The agenda can be viewed online at www.thametowncouncil.gov.uk/about-the-town-council/council-meetings/agendas-minutes/annual-town-meeting/28-march-2017-latest-agenda/.
For more information please call the Town Council on 01844 260495.
It’s nearly time for the 31st High Wycombe Gang Show!
Under the direction of a new team, the sky is the limit for 100 local Scouts and Guides having fun on stage and raising money for The One Can Trust
It is said that somewhere, everyday of every year, a Gang Show is being performed. Sometimes this is in a Scout Hut, a village hall or a local theatre and here in High Wycombe we use the superb facilities of the Lancaster Arts Centre at Wycombe Abbey Girls School.
Now in it’s 31st year, High Wycombe Scout and Guide Gang Show will be taking place from 29th March to 1st April 2017
Our Gang consists of over 100 local members of the Scout and Guide Associations who produce, manage and perform the entire show with a live band having made all their own props and scenery. If you have never been to one of our shows before, let us amaze you with the enthusiasm and talent of our local cast.
Gang Shows have a rich history, from their London show beginnings in 1932 under the direction of Ralph Reader, to shows of today which combine new and original material, popular music and dance with old Gang Show traditions.
We give local members of Girlguiding and The Scout Association the chance to have lots of fun, make new friends whilst having a go at singing, dancing and acting simple routines on stage in front of a live audience. We are able to give young people the opportunity to become more confident, learn to work as a team, improve co-ordination and gain a whole myriad of personal experiences.
Our show here in High Wycombe is officially recognised by the Scout Association to be of such a high standard that is meets all of the criteria for both on-stage performance and back stage management.
Our new production and business management team would love to welcome you to our show this year. Come along and enjoy the talent of local youngsters and help them raise money for One Can Trust, our local food bank charity.
Join us at the 31st High Wycombe Gang Show from the 29th March – 1st April 2017.
To find out more visit our website www.hwgs.uk
Oxfordshire Business Support Facebook Roadshows
OBS are on tour, with their Digital Marketing Network Navigator Shaun Fagan. Shaun is running a series of half-day workshops across the county which will help you develop practical skills in using Facebook for business. Helping you you to grow your following, improve your content and learn about the power of Facebook Advertising.
- Facebook Pages – key functions
- Developing great content
- Growing your Facebook community
- Advertising and Promoted Posts
- Facebook Surgery – chance to ask your questions and gets hands on with Facebook (you will need to bring along a laptop or tablet for this session).
Thiese workshops are free for businesses who have signed up to the OBS Businesss Growth Programme. If you haven’t done so and would like to, please email them here – firstname.lastname@example.org
Places are limited, so do book on to avoid disappointment.
Lord Williams’s association are hosting a Hot Cross Bunny 2.5k or 5k run on Saturday 1st April 2017.
All monies raised from this event will go towards providing new Ipads to be used by Lord Williams’s School students.
Registration is just £6.00 per person but we do ask you to pledge to raise a minimum of £20.00 sponsorship.
There is also an Ipad up for grabs with the person with the most sponsorship and 5 x family day out vouchers worth £50.00 each.