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Editors Letter Welcome to the September/October issue of Chiltern View Magazine. Chiltern View Magazine was launched 11 years ago in the Stokenchurch area as a focus for community information and a platform for truly local businesses to promote their goods and services. At the heart of the community at that time was Stokenchurch Lloyds Bank, tucked away in a very convenient spot with plentiful parking, so they were the first stop for starting a new business. Gill Williams, who had already been with Lloyds for many years, could not have been more helpful

and enthusiastic. What a difference it made to be able to discuss the business proposal and account options with someone so familiar with local businesses and community. Over the years it has been an absolute pleasure to pop into the local bank and be welcomed by a friendly face and we will miss both Lloyds and Gill hugely now that the branch has sadly closed. All of us at Chiltern View would like to say a big thank you and wish all the staff who have now moved on, best wishes for the future. Chiltern View has grown but still covers a very local area and continues the mission to promote local community and business and to spread the word about all the amazing events in our area. Local events to look out for in the next couple of months include Kop Hill Climb (16th/17th September) and Thame Food Festival (30th September/1st October) – with full details in this magazine. We do hope you all enjoy reading the latest magazine.

Jan & Coralie

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Discountsavailable:For 3 and 6 issue packages. Contactus: Email us at or call 07712 816336 / 07500 048230 Distribution- We print and distribute 24000 Chiltern View magazines and deliver free to homes and businesses in the local area from Stokenchurch/Lane End through to Princes Risborough/ Chinnor and across to Thame and Long Crendon and surrounding villages every two months. Full details and map available to view on our website

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Steph - Production Connor - Distribution Lacey - Social Media Mat - Design Whilst Chiltern Directories aim to provide a quality publication for local reference it cannot be held responsible for the services or reputation of any of the advertisers or for any content of advertisements or editorial herein. Reproduction in whole or in part is strictly prohibited without prior written permission from the publishers. The magazines are produced on paper sourced from FSC approved paper mills and printed using vegetable based inks. They are happy to be recycled but please pass to a friend first.


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Your Local Theatre Competition

Summer vibes continue with a scorching line up of must-see shows… The temperature’s set to rise as tango superstars Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace take to the stage in Tango Moderno. Dance partners for over two decades, the Strictly Come Dancing favourites are making their World Premiere at the Waterside promising an intoxicating performance full of passion. Prepare to have your spine chilled as the longestrunning thriller in Broadway history, Deathtrap, takes to the stage with familiar faces from stage and TV, Paul Bradley (Holby City, EastEnders) and Jessie Wallace (EastEnders and Kat and Alfie: Redwater), and prepare to get your feet tapping to All Or Nothing- The Mod Musical when it explodes on stage in October. Tigeriffic children’s book, The Tiger Who Came To Tea will be the perfect start to the school

year for pre-schoolers and early years, followed by family classic The Railway Children, being brought to life in a stage adaptation full of beautiful period costumes and packed with intrigue, adventure, joy and jubilation. Comedy comes courtesy of John Bishop, Joel Dommett, Rob Brydon, Milton Jones and Nina Conti, with one nighters a-plenty with sterling tribute acts including Whitney – Queen of the Night, Johnny Cash Roadshow and The Illegal Eagles, alongside explosive dance from Tap Factory and a night like no other with the outrageous La Voix (warming up the masses with her one-woman show before returning to the stage in this year’s magical pantomime!) Book now by visiting Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Box Office, call 0844 871 7607 (bkg fee. Calls 7p per min plus your phone company’s access charge) or visit (bkg fee).

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Book Review

Intriguing Escapes Secrets, lies and mysteries are at the heart of this month’s picks. Four Riddles for Jane Austen (and her artful maid Tilly) – Gabrielle Mullarkey Our guest author for September / October is Gabrielle Mullarkey, a widely published writer living in the Thame area. Gabrielle works as a freelance journalist and writer of fiction, with two other novels print-published, and ‘Four Riddles’ ‘published by Corazon Books on Amazon. ‘Four Riddles’ is written to coincide with 2017 as the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death. In the book, Jane use her marginal place in society to team up with her loyal maid, Tilly, and unmask the malicious, vengeful and desperate in a world where money and status are all, not everyone is who they seem and secrets are worth killing – and dying – for. Full of witty dialogue, pacy action and memorable characters (both above and below stairs), it blends suspense and period detail with a wry Janeite look at the world. The Life She Was Given – Ellen Marie Wiseman Lily knows she’s different. After all, her parents have kept her locked away for all of her nine years, in case she scares people. But then one day, in 1931, her mother drags her away from Blackwood Manor, and sells her to the circus. Fast forward to 1956 and Julia returns back to the home she ran away from. Two women, one house, 25 years apart; will the secret of Lily finally come to light? Well researched, with believable characters and a story that really 16

draws you in, this is a must for fans of historical fiction. Don’t Close Your Eyes – Holly Seddon Sarah is the good girl, the one her parents can always rely on to behave. Robin is the impetuous one, who can always be relied on to cause havoc. The twins are devastated when their parents’ divorce separates them. Now in her 30s, Robin lives alone, trapped in her home by crippling agoraphobia. Sarah has built what seems to be the perfect life, but aftfer being forced to leave it all behind, she goes in search of the only person she feels she can turn to – Robin. There’s just one person missing, their stepbrother Callum. The Good Daughter – Karin Slaughter Charlott t e and Samantha Quinn’s lives are changed forever when a violent crime destroys their family. 28 years later, Charlotte is working as a defence lawyer. She finds herself embroiled in a tragic event that leaves the town reeling, and the memories she’s tried so hard to bury come rushing back. Gripping. To advertise here please email



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What’s on Thame

Thame Community Events Sept / Oct 2017 Monday 11th September Haddenham Pop Choir

New fun choir at St Mary’s Centre, HP17 8AH. 7.45 pm. Weekly sessions £5 a week, first taster session free. For more information or to register your interest please contact Ian English 01844 261171.

Saturday 16th September Jumble Sale at Long Crendon Village Centre DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL ROOFING & EXTERIOR MAINTENANCE

2pm - 3.30 pm. Admission 20p. Great Bargains! Raffle - Bric-a-Brac, Toys Books etc. All proceeds to Cancer research U.K.

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Sunday 17th September Coombe Mill in Steam

10am- 5pm Country Crafts & Skills. Late 19th Century Sawmill and Workshop on Blenheim Palace Estate. Historic Tower Clock, basket making, logging, spinning and weaving. Morris dancing. Riverside Tea Room by the River Evenlode. Combe Mill, OX29 8ET

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What’s on Thame Adults £7.50, Concessions & Children £6.00, under 5s free, Family Ticket discount.

Saturday 14th October Thame Chamber Choir Choral Concert.

7.30pm ‘The Seven Deadly Sings’ with Bruce Alexander ( reader) St Mary’s Church, Thame OX9 3AJ Tickets: £12 (£10 concessions, under 18 free) www w Tel: 01844-212900

Sunday 15th October Coombe Mill in Steam.

10am -5pm Woodcrafts at Combe. Demonstration by hurdle makers, chair makers and pole lathers. Late 19th Century Steam restored Water Mill on the Blenheim Palace Estate. Historic Tower Clocks. Make a poker in the Dual Blacksmiths’ Forge. Riverside Tea Room, by the River Evenlode Combe Mill, OX29 8ET Adults £7.50, Concessions & Children £6.00, under 5s free, Family Ticket discount

Saturday 21st October Artists and Makers Fair

Sally Evans Events. 20 talented artists/makers showing their expertly made work including glasswork, jewellery, paintings and textiles. Everyone happy to talk about their work. You might like the idea of discussing a commission? Thame Town Hall. Free entry. 10am – 4pm 01844 273069 |

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What’s on Thame Regular meetings

Thame Flower Club

4th Wednesday of each month 2.00pm at Church House, Long Crendon Meets on the 4th Wednesday of each month for a floral demonstration. Tea is served at the end of the afternoon. All are welcome. Visitors £5 Margaret Fisher

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Hambleden Community Market

On the second Saturday of every month except September A showcase of local artisan food and craft stalls held in the historic, beautiful Village Hall in the pretty and much-filmed village of Hambleden. Organiser: Jo Flowers 01491 637827/ 07951 278706

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Meet every two weeks in each other’s homes for stimulating discussions on a wide range of topics. For more details phone 01296 614699 or check the website

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The Thame & Wheatley group of the Ramblers organise long and short walks throughout the year locally and in the Chilterns and Cotswolds. We also work to


What’s on Thame protect and improve the footpath network. More details are on the website or phone 01844 213608.

The Greatest Hits Choir

Weekly 8.00pm – 9.30pm from Thursday 14th September. Thame Guide Hut. For more details contact Carol Canning. £39 per 4 sessions. End of term concert 10th December.

Thame Pop Choir

Meetings Tuesdays 8pm (term time) at Guide HQ, Southern Road, Thame OX9 2EP. Sessions £5 a week or £35 a term. The choir is currently at full capacity - please contact Ian English 01844 261171 or via ‘Contact’ page on website to join the waiting list.

Long Crendon Day Centre (Now known as The Harmony Club)

We are looking for more clients to join us on a Tuesday from 9.30am – 2.30pm.We are in the Baptist Church Hall. High Street, Long Crendon. Come and meet us and have a coffee. You might want to stay! Sing-a-longs are still going strong on the last Tuesday of the month, please come along and have a coffee and join in with our Merry Songsters, and if you want you can sample our home cooked lunch too. For more details, phone 01844 208508.

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Thame Belles WI

A brand new WI for Thame. We meet on the third Thursday of the month at the Town Hall at 8pm and guests are always welcome. We have a modern view of the WI, with members ranging in age from 18+. We run a fun and varied meetings programme alongside trips, social and community events and many clubs, including book club, crochet club and quiz club. See or search for Thame Belles on Facebook.

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Back to Back Back pain affects people in all age groups but is most prevalent in the over 50s. Health experts say that chronic back pain is increasing across the population due to our sedentary lifestyle both at work and during our leisure hours.

1. While sitting at your desk, put feet flat on the floor and hands on the edge of the desk. Push back, arching your spine into a convex shape, then reverse it into a concave position. 2. Stand about 30cm from a wall and place hands against the surface at shoulder height. Bend elbows to support upper body and, using abdominal strength, lift heels while keeping the back straight.

Around 4.2 million working days are lost to back pain by those in the 50-64 years age range. A strong, healthy, stable back requires regular exercise. The exercises should strengthen the muscles supporting the spine, and also the abdominal and oblique muscles that encircle the trunk like a corset. Those of us stuck at desks for most of our working day can try these exercises whenever we have a few minutes spare. Try 10-15 repetitions and hold each position for a count of 15.

3. Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, about half a metre from a wall. Face the wall and lean against it using hands, the back should be straight. Reach up with right arm and simultaneously lift left leg backwards and upwards. Repeat on the opposite side. By Louise Addison

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Local Events

The Big Thame Bake 2017

Sunday 1st October at Thame Food Festival. Spatulas at the ready please! Aprons on and stand by your ovens! It’s time for this year’s BIG THAME BAKE. All entries are open to both adults and children. Alll of the cakes will be judged by some fabulous Cellebrrity Star Bakers, who will also be appearing on the Bakingg Stage on Sunday 1st October.

Gluten Free Bakes – Howard Middleton Howie has lovely buns! And his pastries aren’t too shabby either! You can make anything here, anything at all, just as long as it’s Gluten Free. Brexit Bakes – Jose Pizarro Let’s celebrate our European cousins’ delicious cakes and bakes. Anything you want from any European country and the lovely Jose will run his keen eye and palate over them. Rolling rolling rolling…. – Richard Burr Richard likes precision – design and bake a perfectly measured and rolled cake….Meringue based or a light and airy fatless sponge – we don’t mind – just make it a beauty.

So dust down your mixiing bowl, get planning your bakes and cakes and enterr NOW to become the next Bakinng King or Queen of Thame. Go to our the TFF website to enter…. www.thame uk Thame Food Festival has got together with Chiltern View for a chance to win ONE FREE entry for The Big Thame Bake. All you need to do to have your name entered into the draw is email Steph at by Wednesday 20th September 2017. Categories

Flying Freestyle! – Jane Devonshire Whatever you want to make – Jane loves a surprise! Maybe it’s your very own recipe, or one handed down through your family. Tarts, Puffs, Brownies, Fruity or Chocolatey – we don’t mind – just fly freestyle.

Chris (p) up your Choux – Chris Wheeler Using choux pastry, devvise, designn, fill, build and bake any way you waant. Savoury or sweet– just make sure they arre Chrisp!

Harvest Festival Happiness – Jane Beedle Autumnn’s fruit and vegetable basket is overflowing with deliciious produce. Bake a stun-ner using the best the landd can offer at this time of year.

Titivate your Traybakes – Chetna Makan Anything goes! Glitter, icing, spice, fruit, chocolate or more – go for it. Titivate to your heart’s content.

Lotte’s Kitsch Cakes – Lotte Duncan You can make annything you want as long as it’s mpletelyy overr the top and it still tastes delicious. com Glitteer, icinng, creaam, sprinkles, jelly, chocolate, marzipann, straw wberries – ANY-THING! Decorate madly andd make it loud, make it fun and make it kitsch!

Prove you can make it rise – Paul Jagger Paul will show you his rise, if you show him yours! Use your imagination to design and bake a spectacular bread that stands out from the crowd. To advertise here please call Steph on 07712 816336



Midsomer Walks Tall in Thame Do you know the popular ITV series Midsomer Murders? Thame is one of the most used filming locations, featuring as Causton or as one of the many villages in ‘Midsomer County’.

You can see many of the filming locations during the Midsomer walking tours of Thame. Tony Long, tour coordinator, said, ‘These tours were first devised by David Dodds of Thame Museum. They’re held under the auspices of 21st Century Thame, following a successful Midsomer Workshop last year.’

It’s watched by 6.5 million people in the UK and millions more in over 100 countries. People see it on TV and want to visit Midsomer.

The tours last about an hour, taking place weekly between May and October, alternating between Saturdays at 2.30pm and Wednesdays at 11.00am. They start inside Thame Museum (79 High Street, OX9 3AE), a filming location. Bespoke tours are possible for groups of at least five (email for details).

Thame landmarks, including the Town Hall, Market House, Rumsey’s, the Swan, Black Horse, and Spread Eagle hotels have appeared in different episodes.

Tickets cost £7.50 each and may be purchased online at Alternatively, turn up on the day.

Exclusive Competition

We have 3 pairs of tickets up for grabs, so if you would like a chance to go along to one of the tours, please answer the following question correctly:

How long do the tours last? Email your answer, along with your name and address to Steph at by Thursday 28th September.

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Walking Local Walks

Great Missenden and Angling Spring Wood

Thiswalkstartsinthe picturesquevillageofGreat Missenden,homeoftheRoald DahlMuseum.Thereisa gradualascenttoreachthe woodedhilltopstothewestof thevillagefromwherethereare fineviewsbackacrossthevalley oftheriverMisbourne. Distance: 2½ miles (allow 1½ hours) Start: Great Missenden Station Refreshments: There are several pubs and a tea room in the village. For access information and a printable map, go to (Search for the Walk name) Route: From the front of the station turn left to Station Approach and walk downhill past shops to turn right into the High Street. Follow the High Street, past the Roald Dahl museum on your left until, having left the shops behind and almost opposite Missenden Abbey, you see a road on your right (Whitefield Lane) signposted ‘The Misbourne’. 1. Turn right through a small housing estate and, ignoring 34

side roads, go through the tunnel under the railway, and then past the junction with Trafford Road on your right. 2. Continue uphill along a lane, signposted as a bridleway, ignoring the footpath on your left. Look out for Gipsy House on your right, formerly the home of Roald Dahl.

After half a mile, at the top of the hill where the road ends, bear left to go past Angling Spring Farm. Soon the path curves right and shortly after enters woodland. At the second, at the point where the bridleway swings sharply left, go through a gate on your right. 3. Follow the path through the wood. When you emerge from the wood turn right at the path junction alongside the edge of the wood for a short distance, then turn left to follow the path alongside a hedge and through more kissing gates across fields, until you reach a road at Prestwood.

4. Turn right along this road for a short way, taking care as you follow the bend, until you reach a cross roads where you turn right to go down the drive to Andlows Farm, signposted Chiltern Heritage Trail. 5. Continue past the farm buildings on your right, and into Angling Spring Wood. At a junction of paths, 6. bear sharp right uphill, ignoring the path straight ahead of you. When you arrive at Angling Spring Farm go down the lane which takes you back into Great Missenden Village. The Great Missenden and Angling Spring Wood stile-free walk is one of a series produced by the Chilterns Conservation Board. You can download this and an accompanying childrens’ quiz from Autumn Chilterns Walking Festival from 16th September to 1st October. There is an exciting programme of 60+ walks and events. See walkingfest for more information.



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The Wonders Of India The recent ITV series featuring Joanna Lumley and her trip through India has been very topical, creating lots of interest. It offered a fascinating insight to this vast South Asia country, which boasts a population of more than 1.3 billion people and is 13 times the size of the UK. It has fast become a popular holiday destination as the British realise the appeal of holidaying there with the vast array of culture and history the country has to offer. The best time to travel is October – April for the destinations we have featured below. Keep in mind that vaccinations are usually required and to check for details with your GP. Places To Visit One of the most popular trips for first time visitors is “The Golden Triangle” - an introductory tour visiting Delhi, Jaipur and Agra. This brings together a visit to the capital city with its entire historic splendour, the fierce magnificence of Jaipur, the princely state capital which was painted pink (the traditional colour of welcome) and the amazing and breathtaking Taj Mahal in Agra. Fly direct from London to Delhi to start your journey, with prices starting from as little as £1,279 for 9 days. Agra - Visit the Taj Mahal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most iconic landmarks in the world. Built between 1631 and 1648 on the bank of the Yamuna River, it is surrounded by beautiful Mughal gardens. Delhi - A extensive sightseeing tour of Delhi exploring its historic sights, including Raj Ghat,, Mahatma Gandhi’s Memorial, located on the banks of the River Yamuna. The Fort, a 17th century imposing fortress built in red sandstone and surrounded by a huge boundary waall 33m high, encloses exquisite palaces and beauttiful gardens.. T: 01844 217228 E: 38

Opposite the Red Fort lies Jama Masjid, India’s largest mosque, made of red sandstone and white marble completed in 1656. Explore the bustling cultural delight of the colourful market on a “cycle rickshaw” experiencing the sights and sounds of this very busy avenue. In the afternoon, discover New Delhi and visit Humayun’s Tomb, an impressive garden tomb with high arches and a double dome. Then continue on to the wonderfuul Qutab Minar, the landmark of Delhi, beforre driving on to Rajpath, through to India Gate and the Lutyes Delhi, leading to the British Viceroyy’s Palaace - now w the official residence of the Presiddent of India,, the Secretariat, India Gate and Parrliament House. Jaipur - The pink city andd the capital of Rajasthan known for its palaces, thhree hill forts and a shopper’s paradise. It is definitelyy worth paying a visiit to Amber – capital of the old sttate of Dhundhar annd located on the rugged hills surrounding Jaipur. Riide the elephants up the hill recalling the glory and wealth of Amber’s assocciation with the Mughaals. A visit to the City Palace is a must as well as Janntar Mantar (the Royal Obsservatory) and Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds) built for the royal ladies to watch the activities of thee market street below. This iss an action-packed trip whhich will offer countless memories to take home with you. Once you have visited India you will mostt definitely want to return and experie ence the oth her amazing opportunities of th his co ountry, such h as the Tiger Trail, Culiinary Tourrs, River Cru uising and Bhutan n - all of which can be combined with a wonderfully relaxing beach stay. If you would like to know more about holidays to India call our travel experts at Spear Travels. 5 Greyhound Walk Thame, Oxford OX9 3DY To advertise here please email


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What’s on Villages Allen Landscaping & Design All aspects of garden landscaping: • Driveways • Patios • Brickwork • Fencing • Decking • Design • Turfing • Hedge Cutting • Mowing ‘Fully insured with over 40 years experience!’ Visit our website for more information or call Neil for a free quote on:

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Villages Community Events Sept / Oct 2017 Wednesday 6th September and Wed 4th October Watlington Gardening Club

Talk on the Good, Bad and Bugly, a look at pests and diseases by Chris Day. (6th September) Talk on Wisley through the seasons, by John Negus (4th October) Watlington Town Hall, 7.45pm. Free to members, guests £2.50 including coffee and biscuits.

Thursday 7th September High Wycombe Lions Charity Pub Quiz at The Dashwood Arms, Piddington 8.30 pm. In aid of Rape crisis (Wycombe, Chiltern and South Bucks)

Friday 8th September Shopmobility Promotion/Collection Volunteers please. Have you any spare time? Suit anybody of any age! Monday 18th September Quiz Night At Riverside High Wycombe. Starts 7pm onwards. £3 per person, max 6 per team. Raffle / Bar. For more details phone 01494 472277

Saturday 9th September Downley Gardening Society Annual Horticultural Show

2.30 - 4pm. St James Hall, Plomer Hill, Downley. Free entry. Monday 16th October Downley Gardening Society Talk. 7-9.30pm Sandy Primrose talks about ‘Daisies, dahlias and dendanthrema’ £1 members. £1.50 non-members, Ken Thompson – 01494 524622



What’s on Villages Thursday 14th September STOPAG - a group specifically for retired people

12.45pm – 3pm. A light lunch will be served, followed by the AGM and Quiz. Thursday 12th October Light lunch followed by “Interactive advertising” with Hugh Granger. Contact Joan on 01494 483033. The Community centre (Youth Area) in Bartholomew Tipping Way.

Saturday 16th September / Saturday 21st October Coffee Shop 10am – 12 noon. Lane End Village Hall annexe. HP14 3EY E . Donations requested.

Friday 22nd September Harvest Barn Dance 7pm

St. Leonard’s Church Watlington OX49 5LX. Tickets on sale at Watlington High Street Drop in Centre or Adults: £10 Children: £5 Family: £25 Contact 01491 612082

Monday September 25th Lane End Evening W.I

My Travels as a Midwife - Liz Payne. Monday 30th October The Oregon Trail – Roger Shaw We meet in the Sycamore Room, Lane End Village hall at 8pm. All welcome. Please contact Ann Carter 01494 881987 for information

Thursday 28th September Four Ends Flower Club


Meetings held in Lane End Village Hall on the 4th Thursday of the month at 1.45pm Sally Harris ‘This and Tat’. Competition Title ‘This and Tat.’ Thursday 26th October Graham King ‘In Abundance’. Competition Title’ In Abundance’. Ploughman’s lunch. Visitors always welcome (price £6.00). Contact: 01494 482724 or email


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Osteopathy and Ultrasound Therapy

in Horsleys Green and Watlington

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• Neck & shoulder pain • Mid back pain • Lower back pain • Nerve entrapments • Muscular aches • Immobile, painful joints • Stress related pain • Muscular tension • Sports injuries • Chronic recurring pain Keeping You Healthy, Promoting Wellbeing Serving Your Community Tel: 01494 482 615 Mob: 07807 846 215

Friday 29th September and Friday 6th October Whist Drive

7pm – 9pm. £2.50 Lane End Village Hall HP14 3EY

Friday 29th September Lane End Youth & Community Centre

MacMillan Coffee morning, everyone is invited to create the biggest coffee morning at the Centre to help raise funds for this well worth cause. Emma Savory 01494 883878 E: w: plus add us on Facebook. Lane End Youth & Community Centre, Edmonds Road, Lane End, Bucks, HP14 3DW. Donations welcome for tea/ coffee/cakes PLUS please let us know if you can donate some cakes! 9am - 11am. Don’t forget the Centre is available for hire for any special occasion. Discounts apply to Lane End residents.

Friday September 29th / Friday October 20th Stokenchurch Community Transport

Sept 29th – Trip to Basildon Park October 20th – Trip to Worlds End Garden Centre. Ring for details: Melanie on 01494 482009 Here at Bells and Whistless we are committed to kind, fu un and most of all effective training. We run group classes including Puppy School, agility, rally and 'manners' training for you ur dog as well as affordable e 1-2-1 training. Behavioural help from our qualified behaviourist is available for dogs, cats, horses and small animals

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Tuesday 3rd October Hambleden Valley Garden Club

Advice on Propagation by Annett t e Pursey from Waterperry Gardens 7.30pm – 9.30pm Skirmett Village Hall, RG9 6TD Organiser: Celia Warren 01491 638691

Thursday 5th October Lane End OPAG – 50+

Meeting with representatives of the Clinical Commissioning Group. 2pm. Lane End Youth & Community Centre, Edmonds Road, Lane End. Free. Jane Osborn (

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What’s on Villages Saturday 7th October The Community Centre at Studley Green

Drinkers and Dancers - There will be a ballroom dance AND pop up pub. You can attend either or both, watch, or take part. No previous experience necessary. Providing the opportunity for local people to get together, meet, have fun, or worship; whether you’re a toddler, a teenager, artistically inclined, or young at heart; fancy a cup of coffee at the regular coffee mornings, or a pint at one of the pop up pubs. The facilities are available for private hire (contact c Jan Eedle-Wells on 01494 882041) and can be seen here

Tuesday 10th October Stokenchurch Community Library AGM

7.30pm Stokenchurch Library, Wycombe Road. All welcome

Wednesday 11th October Stokenchurch Women’s Institute

Stokenchurch - Our Village in the Great War by Mike Dewey with PowerPoint Presentation. 7.30pm – 9.30 pm Christine Day 01494 482888 Longburrow Hall HP14 3T

Friday 13th October Lane End Players – It Runs in the Family

(Also Sat 14th, Fri 20th, Sat 21st October) The Lane End Players present “It Runs in the Family”, a farce set in a hospital at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. Tickets, priced £8 Adults/£6 Concessions for the first performance only and £10 Adults/£8 Concessions for the others, can be bought via,, by ringing 01494 880662, or in person at the Hall on Sat mornings from 2nd September.

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All domestic electrical work undertaken Complete rewires. New installations. Replacing fittings, sockets & fuse boards. Wiring garages & outbuildings. Outside lighting. Fault finding & emergency call outs! For a free quote call Derek on 07735 319890 or email Visit us @ or on Facebook


What’s on Villages Friday 27th October Skittles

7.30pm – 9.30pm, £12.50 (bring your own drinks). Lane End Village Hall HP14 3EY

Ongoing Stokenchurch Medical Centre

We shall be closed on the afternoons of both Tuesday 12 September and Wednesday 11 October for clinician and staff training.

Local Carers’ Support and Information Group

Jonathan Chadburn

07961 518404


Future meetings: Wed 27 September - A chance to chat and find out essential information to help you in your caring role. Wed 25 October - Nutrition - Lisa Sayers, nutritionist - will talk about looking after your physical and mental well being The Group meets on the last Wednesday of the month at 1.30pm at Stokenchurch Medical Centre. The Group is supported by Carers Bucks and a member comes to meetings whenever possible. Jenny 01491638245 or Victoria 01494483352

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Downley Village Evening WI


Domestic Commercial PAT Testing Fault Finding Testing & Inspecting Landlord Checks

1st Tuesday of month at 7.45pm Meet at the Community Centre, School Close Downley. Each month we have speakers, members are informed about future events . Refreshments, raffle and a competition make up the format for the evening

Stokenchurch Educational Charity - Educational Grants

Application Forms are available from Mrs P Colling (Secretary), Kinda Cool, Wycombe Road, Stokenchurch, HP14 3RR (Tel: 01494 483120 or email: for those living in the Parish of Stokenchurch who wish to apply for a grant towards academic expenses 2017/18 - strict closing date is 30th November each year.



What’s on Villages Stokenchurch Dog Rescue

Stokenchurch Dog Rescue has a series of fund raising events this autumn to help save dogs’ lives. Dog Show in the Oxford Road kennels’ grounds on Sunday, September 10, from 11am till 4pm. Details on charity’s website or call 01494 482695. Tabletop sales will also be at the kennels on Saturday September 30 and October 28, from 10am till noon. Step out into autumn with a choice of two Sponsored Walks in aid of SDR on Sunday October 1. Details/sponsorship forms from Debby Hicks on 01494 482695 or from SDR website.

Downley Bridge Club

Thursday Evenings 7pm – 10pm We are a small friendly club and all players with or without a partner are welcome.£2.50 including tea and biscuits. Downley Old School Association HP 13 5TR. Penny Hancox 01494 440892

Lane End Bridge Club

Every r Monday evening at 7.30 pm and every Wednesday afternoon at 1.30p.m. It is a friendly club and welcomes people who have some experience of duplicate bridge. For furt r her information ring Sheila Davies (Sec) on 01628522439.

South Bucks Art Group

Meet on the 4th Tuesday of the month 11am -3pm. Small art group with visiting artists, working in a variety of mediums. Holmer Green Village Centre, HP156XG. £80 annually. Organiser Lo Smith Tel 01494 881147 or email:

High Wycombe Croquet Club

Croquet - an Introductory Session. First trial visit free. Anyone is welcome to come along for an introduction in how to play croquet. Flat soled shoes only please. High Wycombe Croquet Club, Hazlemere Recreation Ground, Amersham Road, Hazlemere. HP15 7QW (towards High Wycombe from Hazlemere Crossroads). 01494 858202

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A warm and caring Pre-School environment in the beautiful rural village of Frieth, next to Frieth CEC School. We offer a range of learning opportunities for 2 to 5 year-olds.

Opening hours: Mon-Wed 8:30-15:00 Thurs and Fri 8:30-12:00 Lunch club each day 11:30-12:00 We are open for mornings, afternoons or all day sessions. Funded sessions also available. For more information or to Tel: 07928 186738 book a visit, please contact Donna Watkins: Tel: 07928 186738

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Your Local Social Venue

• Two halls available for hire with kitchen facilities s • A conference/ training room available for hire (with a catering option) • Also two small office spaces available • Competitive prices • Dates still available in 2017

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You don't have to be a patient of the surgeries to attend! Surgeries held in: Cross Keys Surgery, Stokenchurch Medical Centre, Princes Risborough, HP27 0JA Oxford Road, HP14 3SX

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Your Local Theatre Competition

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Wycombe Swan

Wycombe Swan has a jam-packed season of tributes coming up with something for everyone. Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Sgt Pepper with Beatlemania, enjoy the magic of Freddie with Mercury and the sounds of 1970’s California with the Illegal Eagles. The genius of Bowie is brought to life with Live On Mars, whilst The Little Mix Experience bring that elusive X Factor to the stage. Not forgetting the romantics, George Michael The Legacy, including all his most beautiful and timeless ballads. Mercury – The Ultimate Queen Tribute

other classics from the same year. Including iconic songs With A Little Help From My Friends, When I’m 64, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, A Day In The Life, and many more…

The Illegal Eagles

Sunday 22 October Often acclaimed as the World’s Official No.1 Eagles tribute this seasoned group of talented musicians are true Eagles fans at heart. Their impressive mastery of the Eagles distinctive sound has made them one of the most sought after shows of their kind in the world.

The Little Mix Experience

Monday 23 October If you’re a fan of one of X Factor’s finest exports you’re sure to L.O.V.E. The Little Mix Experience! With breath-taking dance moves, replica costumes and some of the finest vocals in the UK, this is a highenergy show from beginning to end, packed with all of Little Mix’s greatest hits and suitable for all ages! Featuring songs such as DNA, Wings, Salute, Black Magic, Love Me Like You and Secret Love Song.

Live on Mars – A Tribute to David Bowie

Thursday 5 October Mercury have firmly established themselves as one of the world’s most authentic tributes to Queen. The show includes fantastic and authentic performances of the most popular Queen hits, such as Bohemian Rhapsody, Radio Ga Ga, We Are The Champions and We Will Rock You.

Friday 27 October A bold new stage production celebrating iconic pop hero David Bowie; his music, artistry, style and showmanship. Featuring the electrifying vocals and uncanny likeness of singer and lifelong Bowie fan Alex Thomas, with a hand-picked world-class band, and covering the Bowie back-catalogue from Space Oddity to Let’s Dance and everything in between.

50th Anniversary of Sgt Pepper starring Beatlemania

Sunday 5 November A musical journey of 35 years of hit records from Wham to George’s solo career, this show is based upon George’s 25 live tour. Complete with an incredible 7 piece band with backing singers, using actual video footage and those everlasting hits such as Club Tropicana, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, and I’m Your Man.

Friday 20 October Beatlemania are celebrating 50 years of The Beatles work from 1967 in a brand new show, featuring all of your favourite songs from the Sgt Pepper album and

Faith – The George Michael Legacy

Exclusive Competition For a chance to win two tickets to the show of your choice, simply answer the question below: A Day In The Life is a song by which popular band to be featured in a tribute show this season at Wycombe Swan? A) Little Mix

B) Queen

C) The Beatles

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Local Events

Kop Hill Climb

16th and 17th SEPTEMBER 2017

The Kop Hill team of volunteers have been working hard to bring you a unique and amazing event in September, when the ninth revival of the early 1900’s motoring event takes place. The action is at Kop Hill in Princes Risborough, and all the fun, thrills and hard work contribute to raise funds for local charities and good causes on behalf of Heart of Bucks- the Community Foundation of Buckinghamshire. Last year exceeded all records, with over £100,000 being raised over the weekend, and 32 local projects supported. The event returns with a celebration of motoring through the ages, with over 400 historic cars and motorcycles each day taking on the famous hill. Many more will be on display in the Paddock. Vehicles range in age from the early 1900’s to modern day exotics, so there will be something for everyone.


painter, along with the Racing Bug track racing game will give younger visitors a day to remember. The Soapbox Challenge is a nail-biting competition, with teams of budding racers aged 10 to 17 trying to go the greatest distance down the purpose built ramp, chicane and obstacles to try and win the Beaumont Cup. With so many things to see and do a break for some food and drink will definitely be in order. So, relax in the food court while taking in the sounds of the stage with a fantastic line up this year, including G-Elvis, Rob Oakley - swinging like Frank Sinatra, and The James Manders Trio featuring the amazing performance of 8 year old Jack Manders on the drums. Soundforce Big Band will make a return, and setting the atmosphere in the paddock will be the roving Melody Jaz a z Band. Then why not browse the many exhibitors and indulge in a spot of retail therapy.

This is not just a static display, but also a recreation of Kop Hill’s glorious past. Both days will have morning and afternoon sessions where you can see the cars and motorcycles storming the hill. Moving history right before your eyes, especially from one of the Grandstands, which gives a unique vantage point.

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This year sees a visit from the iconic ‘Genevieve’, the car that was the star of the 1953 film of the same name, and a regular participant in the annual London to Brighton run. Have your photo taken with this wonderful car, and enter a raffle for a ride up Kop Hill in her.

On the day entry tickets: Adult £15 Under 16’s £5 Children under 5 go free

STOP PRESS! Be sure to buy advance tickets now via the website at last year’s prices – adult day ticket still £10.

Grandstand tickets: £5 per half-day session. Entry r ticket must also be purchased

Look up to the skies to the planned fflypast by WW2 aircraft from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight on each day (weather permitting).

Parking is free

The children’s area will be packed with things to see and do. A vintage steam fair, with helter-skelter, dodgems and carousel, soft play fun bus and face

Spectator gates open at 9.00 am each day Kop Hill runs from 9.45am to 1.00pm and 2.00pm to 5.15pm each day.

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Lucy, 5-years-old and Harley, 2-years-old, black and white domestic shorthair cats.

Lucy and Harley are a grandmother and grandson looking for a new home together. The loveable pair came into Blue Cross as strays. Black and white Lucy is a very sweet and affectionate lady who enjoys a good brush and lots of fuss. The five-year62

old’s grandson Harley is a little shy after growing up on the streets so just needs a bit more time to settle into his new surroundings but once he gets to know people also enjoys a fuss. The pair are looking for a quieter home where they are the only pets and where there is access to a garden where they can explore.

Benji, brown and white lop rabbit, three years old and Lucy, white and tan dwarf lop, 2 years old

Brown and white lop Benji is looking for a home with his best friend two-year-old

dwarf lop Lucy. The threeyear-old rabbit is a sociable chap who enjoys a gentle stroke. He loves running about in his run with Lucy who is also a very active lady. The pair are happy to go to a home where there are other pets and children. To rehome a pet from Blue Cross contact 0300 777 1500 or visit



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Mondays @ 5.30pm and 7.30pm Longburrow Hall, Park Lane, Stokenchurch, High Wycombe, HP14 3TQ Call Debbie: 07824 641510

Thursdays @ 9.30am Princes Risborough Community Centre, Wades Park, Princes Risborough, HP27 9AX Call Fran: 07554 141810

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Community Bus extends service to Ellesborough

For the first time in over 4 years, from 1October this year Risborough Area Community Bus will be making changes to the timetable. The changes involve a reduction in our Speen service but significantenhancements toourKimblesandMonks Risboroughservices. The Kimbles route, currently run on Mondays and Thursdays, will be extended to include the Ellesborough Road, Butlers Cross/Russell Arms, Chalkshire Road

and Terrick. The Saturday Speen service will be replaced with an additional Kimbles and Ellesborough route and all afternoon routes to the villages of Speen, the Bledlows, Kimbles & Ellesborough will be by request only. If you need a village route in the afternoon, please let the morning driver know or ring our co-ordinator on 07941 963097. For Ellesborough, Butlers Cross and Terrick residents: Our Little Green Bus will run twice on Monday, Thursday and Saturday mornings of each week from Princes Risborough, leaving the George & Dragon bus stop in the High Street

at 08:50 and 11:35. Routing through Monks Risborough and Askett, it will then run up the A4010, along the Ellesborough Road, arriving at Butlers Cross/ Russell Arms at 09:05 and 11:50. The bus will then turn left onto Chalkshire Road, left again back onto the A4010 at Terrick and then back to Princes Risborough via Little Kimble, Askett and Monks Risborough, arriving at 09:25 and 12:10. See new timetable enclosed. The cost for the journey will be ÂŁ2 but all concessionary cards will be accepted and children under 16 travel for free. For Monks Risborough residents: In additionn to our current Monks Risbborrouggh service, theree will be ad ddiitional services on Saturdayys leaaviing the Georrge & Dragon buss stop in the High Street at 08:50 and 11:3 35, arriving back at 09:25 annd 12:10. Times at the Parade will be 08:55, 09:20 0, 11:40 and 12:05. The costt for the journey will remainn at ÂŁ1.50 but all concessionaary cards will be accepted and children under 16 tra avel for free For Speen n residents: We regret to leet you know that because off falling passenger num mbers on ourr Saturday Speen seervice we are replaciing it with a service to o the Kim mbles annd Ellesborough. However, the Tuesday morning services will continue as at present with the afternoon run by request only. For more information please visit or call our co-ordinator on 07941 963097.


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What’s on Risborough

Risborough Community Events Sept / Oct 2017

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Monday 4th September Forget Me Knot Café

10.30am – 12.30pm Chinnor Village Centre. Music and Singing with Chiltern Music Therapy – Eleanor. Everyone welcome. Contact Michelle 01844 353154/07779 732097

Friday 8th & Saturday 9th September Chinnor Methodist Church Art Exhibition & Sale for Christian Aid.

10am – 4pm Chinnor Methodist Church, OX39 4PZ Art Exhibition & Sale of Watercolours by R K Scopes. Paintings & cards of local scenes, including the Chinnor train, the windmill etc. Entry free. Refreshments (including lunches). All in aid of Christian Aid. Phone Jane on 01844 351096 for more details.

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Maths Tuition and Support

For all students at all levels from KS2 to A1/AS Level. Learn to enjoy maths again and get better grades with an enthusiastic and supportive tutor. References available. Contact Jaaganroop Marshall.

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Saturday 9th September Fun Day at St Dunstan’s Church, Monks Risborough Mill Lane, Monks Risborough, HP27 9JE.


What’s on Risborough 2.30pm - 4.30pm. FREE More information from Rev. James Tomkins: Tel: 01844 275944 Email:

Wednesday 13th September Princes Risborough Morning W.I.

10.00am ‘The Boot was Poisoned ‘– Michael Slater. AGM on Wednesday 11th October. Carrington Room of the Community Centre. Visitors and new members are most welcome. 01844 344246.

Wednesday 20th September Princes Risborough Library

2.00pm A discussion meeting on the proposal to form a Friends of the Princes Risborough Library Group. For more info please contact Pete Barksfield 01844 273139

Sunday 24th September Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway



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10am to 5.30pm Wear any Hat & GO HALF PRICE, on our fabulous TITFER DAY! as you may know, is Cockney rhyming slang for a HAT. Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th October From 6.30pm Sat and from 10am on Sun. Ghoulish Scream & Steam, Spooks and Ghouls, Kids in Halloween fancy dress travel for just £1 and will receive a small treat bag. Contact Charles Collett for more information 07979 055366 (Daytime 09.00-17.00)

Thursday 28th September MacmillanCoffeeMorning

9.30 am to 12 noon We are again holding our coffee morning in Lacey Green Village Hall to raise money for the Macmillan Cancer Fund. Entrance will be by donation of £1.50 and we shall have coffee and biscuits. Cakes will be on sale to have with your coffee. Ann Bartlett 01494 563966

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What’s on Risborough Saturday 7th October Risborough and District Model Railway Club Annual Open Day

Toenails cut and filed; thickened nails reduced; treatment of hard skin, calluses and corns, ingrowing toenails, etc.

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An informal event where you will have the opportunity to see the clubs’ current projects and to discuss all aspects of modelling. Free admission. 11am – 4pm. Community Centre (adjacent to Springs swimming pool) HP27 9AX Contact: Paul Wright 01844 275748 Email: Website:

Saturday 7th October Voice Versa Concert

Chinnor Methodist Church OX39 4PZ 7.00 pm. Concert by Voice Versa (vocal quartet of classically trained singers), accompanied by Marjorie Holliday on the piano. All proceeds to Chinnor Methodist Church Building Fund. Contact: Phone Jane on 01844 351096. Tickets £5 (£3 children).

Friday 27th, Saturday 28th, Sunday 29th October Jigfest

Chinnor Methodist Church Friday 27th 2pm 5 pm, Saturday 28th 11am – 5pm Sunday 29th 2pm – 5pm. All proceeds to Chinnor Methodist Church Building Fund. Donations of puzzles to sell or display are welcome. Admission £1. For more information contact c Liz on 01844 351565

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Saturday 28th October Princes Risborough Rotary Club Annual Bonfire & Fireworks Party.

Fireworks Display by Total Pyro at Princes Risborough School Playing Field. Gates open 5.30 pm, Bonfire lit 6.30 pm and Fireworks at 7.00 pm. Food stalls & Bar, Music and Fun Fair. Car Parking available (£2). Family Tickets £13 in advance (£16 on gate), Adults £5 in advance (£6 on gate) and under 12s £4 in advance (£5 on gate). Advance tickets available from The Information Centre (in the Library), Post Office (Horns Lane), Special Days and Daisy Chain (both High Street), Ian Rennie (Market Square) and Longwick Post Office. To advertise here please email


What’s on Risborough Sunday 19th November Princes Risborough Music Society Carmina Burana

Swan Theatre in High Wycombe. Tickets from The Risborough Cook Shop, Art and Office, Information Centre or Choir Members and on line at Tickets are priced at £12. For the Swan Concert tickets are priced at £12 and £16.

Barnes & Wells Tree Care

Ongoing Risboro’Lacemakers

We still meet at the Cherry Baker Room, Princes Risborough Community Centre on the 4th Wednesday of each month 7.30 9.30 pm. and usually the second Saturday of each month 9.30am - 4.30pm. For more details see our website


Every Wednesday 4.30pm – 6.30pm Princes Risborough Baptist Church. Between £10/£15 for 10 weeks. More information: Tel: 01494 562647, k.maynard627@btinternet

All aspects of Tree Work undertaken Trees Cut, Pruned, Lopped and Felled Hedges Pruned and Trimmed Stump Grinding Fully public liability insured Free no obligation quotation

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Every r Thursday 9am – 12.30pm Under the Market House, Princes Risborough. Any queries phone Lorraine Hodgkinson on 01844 347230. We are also at Kop Hill on 16th & 17th September.

PrincesRisboroughU3ABridge Group

Meeting First Monday and Third Friday of every month. A regular bi-monthly meeting that offers a way to learn and to play bridge in a friendly, relaxed way. Members include both beginners and those who have played already. The group leader provides some basic training and lots of advice (some good, some lousy!). Cherry Baker Room, Community Centre, Stratton Road, Princes Risborough. £1.50 Start 2pm, finish any time up to 5pm. Tony Molesworth . Tel 01844 344975.

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Technology Spotlight It is an exciting time for hearing technology, as developments in recent years have made devices smaller, shinier and more capable than ever before. At Aston Hearing, we are proud to fit the very latest products and help our clients to make the most of their hearing. Virto B-Titanium, the latest product from Phonak, offers advanced technology in a tiny device. The Titanium is comfortable, durable, and thinner than traditional materials, allowing the aid to be made to the smallest-ever specification by Phonak. The device is custom-made and sits completely inside your ear canal, making it a comfortable and discreet option. Duncan Collet-Fenson, Managing Director of Aston Hearing and European Audiologist of the Year 2016, has had several successful fittings with the Titanium.

We offer excellent service and aftercare and can support you throughout the life of your hearing device. If you would like to see what Titanium can do for you, please call 01494 733840, or email

‘I have been really impressed with the Phonak Titanium so far. It’s remarkable how well the device performs considering how small it is. All the devices I have fitted have been comfortable and discreet in the clients’ ears, and I’m particularly pleased with how they perform in noisy and harsh listening environments – always our biggest challenge. I’m looking forward to fitting more clients with Titanium and seeing how the technology can really benefit their lives’. - Duncan Collet-Fenson

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Digestive Issues

Having problems with your digestive system can cause a lot of unpleasant symptoms, including constipation, nausea, diarrhoea, acid reflux, abdominal cramping, bloating, gas, hiatus hernia, fatigue, sleep disturbances & gallbladder troubles.

Over the counter & prescription mediccations can help relieve thhe symptoms, but as soo on as the medication wears off, so does the reelief. Instead of just maskingg the problem, it’s beetter to find the cause of thhe problem & work tow wards correcting it. Offten, there is compressionn, addhesion orr strain on the ligaments & supportivee conneective tissue around the organs. This can cause discomffort & digestive symptoms. Injuriees & falls, particularlyy after a fall on the buttockss can cause tension on the ligaments arouundd the kidneys, often the cause of unresolved lo ow back pain. Osteopathy can help you relieve tensions caused by movement restrictions of the organs with the use of visceral manipulation. Patients have also found osteopathy helpful for conditions of digestive issue.


Visceral manipulation is an Osteopathic hands-on technique, that involves appropriate treatment, of the ligaments & connective tissue which support the organs. Careful treatment is able to restore mobility, position & comfort to the organs, promote optimal circulation & balance the internal pressure systems in the body. You can have the healthiest diet in the world, but if your body & digestive system is not functioning at its optimal level, you may have restrictive tensions in your digestive system which may be assessed & treated. DIGESTIVE ISSUES After taking a full medical history & performing a hands-on assessment, David will create a treatment plan, that will put your body on the road to recovery.

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Natural History Museum

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Explore the weird and wonderful world of animal eyes at the Natural History Museum at Tring. Opening 21st July, Animal Vision creates a spectacle and inspires wonder at the diversity of life, giving insight into how and why humans and other animals see the world differently. Tring’s latest family exhibition is filled with light and colour. Through hands-on activities and eye-catching specimens, visitors will discover why vision can be fuzzy or focussed, full of colour or shaded in grey. Alongside an amazing range of animal eyeballs on display, from the alligator to anteater, penguin to python, games and activities newly developed for this exhibition will help visitors ow understand how eyes process light and allo us to experience colour. Look a shark in the eye, find out whether a cheetah has biigger eyes than a puma and get up close to the eye of a viper. Highlights of this free exhibition include thee captivating and wonderfully divverse Eyeeballl Wall where visitors are challenggedd to testt their own vision by getting eyeball to o eyyeball with the animal kingdom. 74

‘It’s been great fun creating games for the exhibition,’ says Alice Adams, Interpretationn and Learning Manager at Tring, ‘I’m most looking forward to seeing visito ors chheckking out the Eyeball Wall and trying thheirr spying skills in the Cunning Camouflage game.’ Other star attractions include a hugee horseshoe crab, a deeadly box jellyfishh and a four-eyed fish. Visiitors can see for thhemselves the strange rangee of eyes in the anim mal kingdom helpingg them to understannd the diversity of life in the world. This exhibitio on of shared discoveery will encouraage children to see the world differently andd question their own gaze..

Dates and times: 21st July-12th November 10:00-17:00 Sunnday 14.0 00-17.00 Admission: Frree Visitor enqquiriess: 020 794 42 6171 Website: httpp:// #AnimalVision

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ones o nes n arden a are All aspects of gardening undertaken Grass Cutting Large and Small Lawns Lawn Stripes Strimming Edging Hedge and Shrub Cutting Weeding and Weed Killing General Garden Maintenance

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CHINNOR & PRINCES RISBOROUGH RAILWAY Enjoy a leisurely heritage train ride along the Chiltern foothills. Open every Sunday until 29 October - see website for additional dates, book-ahead fares and timetables. We also offer delicious Cream Teas and Ploughman's Lunches on selected dates*. Free car parking, tea room and souvenir shop at Chinnor station.

What's on - Special Trains and Events 10 Sept - Senior-for-a-Fiver, 60+ yrs travel for just ÂŁ5 24 Sept - Titfer day, wear any sort of hat and travel HALF-PRICE 07 Oct - Fish & Chip Quiz Night* 28 Oct - Ghoulish Steam and Scream Evening trains and Bistro* 29 Oct - Hallowe'en Specials, accompanied 3-15yrs ÂŁ1 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 21, 23, 24 Dec - Santa Specials booking now* *Advance booking essential

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Winter Fragrance So, another gardening season draws to a close - as usual, some successes, some failures. Our runner beans were a triumph, the cosmos flowered and flowered, but the tomatoes were a disaster and the cherries were all eaten by the birds. But, we’ll all be ready to do it again next Spring, and next year we’ll get everything right ...... Once the nights begin to draw in and Jack Frost starts to nip at your fingertips, most gardeners start the winter wind down, put the tools away and hunker down for the cold wet months ahead. But there is no need to completely abandon the garden. A little bit of forward planning this Autumn and you can create a really lovely scented area, where, when the weather is with you, you’ll be able to sit and walk amongst hardy fragrant plants. One of my favourites for some off-season scent is Viburnum Bodnantense, this is a tall deciduous shrub that carries beautiful rose-coloured flowers on the bare stems. The varieties to look for are ‘Dawn’ and ‘Charles Lamont’. The flowers appear in late October and will keep blooming well into next Spring. Like all Viburnums, this variety is tough and no-nonsense, and grows well in our alkaline soil. The dark green/ bronze tinted leaves appear in early Spring - this really is a great shrub for Winter fragrance. Sarcococca (Christmas Box) should be a definite addition to your Winter garden. With evergreen, glossy pointed leaves, this family produces beautiful cream/white flowers that emit a rich, sweet scent. There are a number of varieties, all are recommended to perform well in the cold, wet months. The Skimmia family really are a ‘must have’ addition. One slight problem with them is, left


to their own devices, the rich green foliage can begin to look a little pale after a few months in our chalky soil. However, this is easily remedied by feeding with a liquid ericaceous fertiliser. Skimmia are not anti- alkaline, but they do need a little acid balance to keep that healthy dark green look. Skimmia will give you a blast of red berries in early Winter, then fragrant clusters of creamy white flowers. This family will happily grow in shade. And don’t forget the Spring flowering bulbs many are fragrant, particularly Tulips, Narcissi, Hyacinth and Muscari. These should be planted between September and the end of the year. This is the time to change the bedding scheme in your garden. The Summer geraniums, begonias etc have had a long season, and will begin to look tired. So, as the frost finishes them off, replace them with Winter pansies, Violas and Primoses. Happy gardening, see you soon,

Simon, Alison,Edith theJack Russell andall at AskettNurseries.

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Pet Health

Grass seed season Dogs with injuries caused by grass seed penetration are a common finding at this time of year. Most at risk are hairy dogs , like spaniels, that are walked in meadows orr woodland where thee Foxtail graasss is found, althhough wheat annd barlley fields also posse a risk. The small spikelets that break off the foxtail are barbed and designed to stick to fur in order to spread the seed. When the tough, needle-sharp end penetrates the skin the barbs guide the seed in one direction

only- inwards. Sites commonly affected are between the toes, inside the ear, under the front legs in the “armpits”, and even into the conjunctiva of the eye. They can also be inhaled into the lungs. The seeds, being of vegetable matter do not show up on x ray and so are very difficult to find. You might notice that your dog suddenly becomes lame with a large swellling between the toes. Often a point of entry can be identified andd also a swelling furthher up the foot with a tract or sinus conneccting. If in the earr they causee acute pain, whichh ofteen sho ows as persistent heaad shaking. If in the lungs, dogss cann become very ill.

Your vet is the best person to advise and treat. If left, these seeds can penetrate deeper and cause many problems. Seek help if you see your dog showing any signs of sudden discomfort or lameness. Dr Mandy Elgin BVMS MRCVS



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Your Local Theatre Competition

Summer time at Thame Players Thame Players present The Browning Version

by Terence Rattigan 12th to 16th September at 7.45pm Eighteen years ago, Andrew CrockerHarris started his new job as a PublicSchool teacher with his new, young wife. Now torn apart by opposing needs and forced by ill health to quit his post early they must each move on, and will they face it together or apart? Tickets £9, concessions £8,

Stars are Rising – the Live Tour

Friday 29th September at 7.45pm Joanna Forest’s first album – Stars are Rising – beat Alfie Boe and Andrea Boccelli to become the number one classical album in March this year. This young singing sensation visits Thame as part of her national tour to perform songs from the album. Tickets £10

Revolver / 1966

Friday 6th October at 7.45pm One of the most accomplished and popular Beatles tribute bands in the country, they will once again be

performing some of the fab four’s greatest hits - a must for all Beatles fans. Tickets £12 (concessions £10)

Comedy @ The Players

Sunday 8th October at 7.45pm Comedy gigs at The Players Theatre are becoming ever more popular featuring the best up and coming comedians on the circuit. After the summer break this latest gig features Ahir Shah and Rose Matafeo, two rising stars of the comedy circuit with their new, sell-out Edinburgh shows. Tickets £12 (£10 for 4 or more tickets)

Viva Neil Diamond

Friday 13th October at 7.45pm We welcome the return of Bob Drury, the country’s leading Neil Diamond tribute performer. Featuring iconic songs from a hit filled musical career. Tickets £12 (concessions £10)

Hats Off to Led Zeppelin

Saturday 28th October ‘Hats off to Led Zeppelin’, the Official UK No. 1 Tribute to the greatest rock band ever! Previous gigs at The Theatre sold out early so book now to avoid disappointment. Tickets £12.50 Tickets for all shows from Spear Travels, 01844 217228 or

Exclusive Competition To win a family ticket for 4 to the Christmas Panto at the Thame Players simply answer the following correctly.

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Stokenchurch Dog Rescue Hello! My name is Molly. I’m about a year old and of mixed breed. Molly arrived in the care of SDR last July when a litter of puppies had been found abandoned in a crate. Molly was re-homed, but sadly returned to us in January as she suffers from Separation Anxiety. The staff have been working with Molly since beingg returned as she would ‘alarm’ bark at peeople she didn’t know and was quite reactive around other dogs, due to fear. Mollly has made a massive improvement and we feel she is at the point where she can start her search for a new home. New owners will need to be prepared to put in the time andd be committed to Mollyy ’s ongoing traainning. She is a very intelligentt young girrl and would benefit from undertakking scentt work training. Calmer exercise is also o a beneefit to her as due to her nervous siide, shhe can’t cope


with too mucch adrenaline running through her system and it takes a while for ‘come back down’ andd settle; this is why we feel scent work would be a very good and appropriate outlet for Mollyy. She will need someone who can be aro ound for the majority of the time due to her seeparaation anxietty; owners will need to help Molly ovverco ome her separation anxiety and help and addvice can and will be provided by our behaviourist. With time and patience, this beautiful girl has huge potential. 01494 482695


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Lamb Koftas with Minted Couscous This flavour-packed dish is great for a late summer lunch or dinner. Serve with warmed flatbreads and tzatziki, if liked. Serves 4 Ready in 50 minutes

Ingredients: For The Koftas f

• 350g lean mincedd lamb ½ red onion, finely chopped • 1 garlic clove, crushed • 2tsp ground coriander • 2tsp ground cumin • 1tsp smoked paprika • 2tbsp fresh chopped coriander • Squeeze of lemon juice

For The Couscous

• 225g couscous • 3tbsp olive oil • 1tbsp lemon juice • ¼ cucumber, finely diced • 4 spring onions, trimmed and finely chopped • 3tbsp fresh chopped mint • 4 tomatoes, cut into chunks • Lemon wedges and mint sprigs to garnish

TIP Soak the wooden skewers


To make the koftas, place the mince, onion, garlic, spices, fresh coriander and lemon juice in a food processor. Season well with salt and freshly ground black pepper, then process until very finely minced.


Divide the mixture into 12 annd usiing clean damp hands, shape each into ann oval. Pussh each oval onto the end of a lonng wooden skewer (see tip) and place on a foil-lined grill pan. Cook under a preheaated medium grill fo or 8-10 minutes, turning freequently, until brow wned and cooked through.


Meanwhile, make the couscous. Place the couscous in a heattproof bowl and pourr over 250ml boiling waater. Cover and leave to soak for about 10 miinutes, until all the waater has been absorbedd. Fluff the couscous with a fork and stir in thee olive oil, lemon juicee, cucumber, sprinng onions and mint. Season to taste with salt and freshly ground black peepper.


Serve the koftas with thhe couscous and tomatoes, garnished with lemonn wedges and miintt spriigs.

in cold water for about 20 minutes to prevent the ends burning under the grill.


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We offer a wide range of care centred around your needs, choices and wishes which enables you to stay safely in the comfort of your own home.

Rated Overall “Good” & “Outstanding” for Caring by Care Quality Commission.

Risborough Carers is your local, private family run Home Care Company based in Thame, Oxfordshire, with 24 years’ experience of excellent service from our professional and highly trained staff.

If you would like further information about Care at Home or if you are a caring person who is passionate to help improve the lives of vulnerable adults within your community and you would like a rewarding role with a local company with an exceptional reputation, then please get in touch.

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Pet Health

Firework Season

Dr. Kathryn Miller MRCVS Firework season is approaching, and for many pets this can be a very stressful time. So, this month’s article focusses on our top tips for minimising the stress of fireworks/ thunderstorms for your companions. • Make a saffe hiding place for your pet – many pets feel safer if they have a comfortablee little den to hide away inn. Cats often like to be up hiigh, so a secure denn on a top shelf can be veery useful. • Try to walk your dog beefore it goes dark to minimise the risk of beeing outside when the fireworks start. • Play the raadio/television quietly in the background to helpp muffle the bangs of fireworks/thunder. • Keep the curtains closed to reduce the flashes thhatt your pet sees. A ‘desensitization’ programme can be very useful in animals IF STARTED BEFORE firework/thunder season gets under way. This involves playing a CD


of ‘scary noises’ very quietly in the background whilst your pet is eating/playing/happy. This can then gradually be increased in volume to get your pet ready for ‘the real thing’. Your vet can direct you towards the relevant CD. In some animals, their level of fear is such that medications will be required in addition to the above. Therapeutic intervention can involve pheromones, mood enhancers and mild sedatives. Book an appointment with your vet sooner rather than later to discuss which therapy would be most appropriate for your pet, as some of these therapies take a few weeks to start working. Dr. Kathryn Miller MRCVS


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All Types Pest Control Wasp Nests Destroyed. Rats. Mice. Moles. Foxes. Squirrels. Rabbits. Cockroaches. Deer Management.


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Useful Numbers Boots Chemist (High Street) 01844 213882 Boots Chemist 01844 218248 British Gas Emergency 0800 111999 Bucks County Council 01296 395000 Bucks County Council Transport Services 01296 382416 Chinnor Library 01844 351721 Chinnor Parish Council 01844 353267 Citizens Advice Bureau 0344 4994108 Citizens Advice Bureau Thame 0344 4111444 Community Bus-Stokenchurch 07549 838773 www.stokenchurch Downley Community Centre 07580 953181 Downley Pharmacy 01494 513060 Environmental Health 01235 422403 Highways 08453 101111 Ibstone Parish Council John Radcliffe Hospital 01865 741166 Lane end chemist 01494 880774 Lane End Parish Council 01494 437111


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Planning 01491 422600 Police 101 Princes Risborough Community Fire Station 01296 744400 Princes Risborough Information Centre 01844 274795 Princes Risborough Library 01296 382415 Princes Risborough Town Council 01844 275912 Risborough Area Community Bus 07941 963097 Rowlands Pharmacy 01844 342282 Rycote Doctor’s Practice 01844 261066 Shopmobility 01494 472277

Social Services Social Services 0845 0507666 S.O.D.C. 01235 422422 South Oxfordshire Housing Association 01235 515900

Stokenchurch Chemist 01494 482103 Stokenchurch Fire Station 01296 744400 Stokenchurch Library 0845 2303232 Stokenchurch Medical Centre 08445 769633

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YOGA MASSAGE THERAPY WELLNESS CONSULTANCY Yoga for all capabilities Stokenchurch community centre Wednesday 20.30 - 21.30 & Saturday 09.00 - 10.00 Massage Therapy The Space Yoga & Healing Studio, Thame Wellness consultancy via appointment

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ComputerServices Chiltern Computer Services 89 Chinnor Web Design 1 Jinca Ltd 7 Stokenchurch PC’S 37 Wendover Computers 69 DomesticServices &Appliances Downley Laundrette 70 Full Steam Ahead 49 Sharley Domestics 90 DrivingInstruction Dave Bunston Driving 37 Electrician Altea Electrics 51 Amptec Electrical 46 Domestic Services 57 Ian Williams 27 John Earley 24 Springbok Electrical Ltd 45 GarageServices Browns Thame Ltd 1/96 David Rixon 66 Durward’s Autoshop 18 FW 4x4 85 James Drew 6 Les Liney Vehicle Hire 57 McDonalds Motors 53 Motec 41 Planet Wheels 9 Stokenchurch Service Centre 6 Gardens&Maintenance Allen Landscaping 42 Allscapes 5 Askett Nurseries 76/77 A-Z Landscaping 8 Barnes and Wells Tree care 69 BBD Leisure Buildings 14 Caz Renshaw Design 30 Curtis Jones 75 D J Macleod 78 Devey Tree Care 87 Greenvale Gardens 68 M J Gee 43 M L Sears 93 Malcolm Gascoynee Garden Design 89 Markland Gaardening Services 13 Oxford Oak Tree Surgery 67 Peter Faarrell Mechanicaal Engineeerinng 89 Professsional Pavinng Services 61 Rand Contractiing 83 Stonew worldd (Oxforrdshire) Ltd at the Gallerry 10

Stotts Nursery 7 Hair&Beauty Bernie Fleur 22 Salon on the Green 52 Aston Hearing Services 71 Health,Fitness&Wellbeing Barresculpt 53 Bytomic Team 22 Carolyn Hitchcock 39 Slimming World 63 Dawn Wilton 18 Independent Living Consultants 91 Onyx Health & Fitness 41 Sara Hammond 18 Stokenchurch Dental 2 Tracey Davis 39 Yangsheng School of Tai Chi and Qigong 42 HomeImprovements Airs House Carpets 81 Allan Robinson 67 Bay Tracks 11 Bondright Roofing Services 20 Chiltern Stoves 37 Cloudy2Clear Oxford Ltd 19 Coulon Stone 32 Country Roofing Ltd 25 DC Tiling 41 Decorum Tiles 33 Home Improvement GarageDoors 95 Jon Woodbridge 45 Mike Chester Handym man 21 North Mill Stoves 77 mited 11 Oakley Wood Lim R S Hall Upholsteery 39 Shutter Spec Seecurity 25 Simplle Kitchhens (Thhame) Ltd 81 Stuart Law 42 Stuudy Bedd Company 13 The 50 Plus 8 The Finishing Touch 17 Tony Reeve Home Improvements 17 HomesandGardens ry Services 20 D J Carpentry me Improvements 51 DC Hom Hotels,Restaurants&Cafés Chris’s Cafe 58/59 Coco Tamarind 9 Crown (The) 28 Kings Hotel (UK) Ltd 36 Lambert Arms ( The ) 33 Red Chillies 1 Red Chillies 15

LegalServices Lloyd Latchford 52 Stefanie O’Bryen 24 LeisureActivities&Events Chinnor and PR Railway 75 Floral Vintage Crockery 83 Sally Evans Events 21 Stagecoach Thame 14 Thame Snooker Club Limited 61 Locksmiths Promac Locksmiths 37 RPC Locksmiths 7 PestControl All Types 89 Guy Parratt 37 Phil Spackman Pest Control Services 57 PetHealth&Services Andy’s Animal Care 25 Bells and Whistles 44 Crossroads Veterinary Centre 88 Kennel Sho op 40 Sprinnz and Nash 79 Plumbing,Drainage,Heating Services&FuelSupplies APS & Sons Ltd 47 Bill Blake 41 Call Plumbingg 89 Drains and Do ownpipes 27 Lovell Fuels Ltd 73 Martin’s Maaintenance & Plumbing 39 Oil Serv 13 Premium Plumbing 5 Print&Embroidery Make Prromotion Simple Ltd 2 Retailers Aylessbury Bullion Company 81 Glynnswood Thame 23 Village Store West Wycombe 85 Schools&Nurseries Marlow Montessori 48 Frieth Preschool 47 Sunshine Montessori 51 Turville School 26 Communnity Bus PR 64/65 Taxi&TransportServices Expreess Minibuses 35 Jon’s Airport Cars 7 Yellow Cars Ltd 43 Tuition Jaaganroop Marshall 66 Larato Ltd 82 Windows&WindowCleaning The Window Doctor 11 Silent View Windows Ltd 3

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Home Improvement Garage Doors My name is Phil and I am the owner of Home Improvement Garage Doors. I carry ouut garage door repairs, servicing and auttomation.

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