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Editors’ Letter Welcome to the May issue of Village View magazine. We do hope you are enjoying our new series of articles about local places to visit and are inspired to visit Waterperry gardens by the fabulous picture on our front cover and the article inside. If you have had a ‘Great Local Day Out’ why not let us know and we will try to include an article about it in the magazine. We have been very busy here at Chiltern Directories this month and the magazine is plumper than ever – simply bursting with great, reliable, local businesses available to help with home and garden projects and community information- so that you do not miss anything that is going on in the local area. If you want to see what is going on in and around Princes Risborough and Thame why not visit our website ( and follow the links to look at our other magazines online. Until next month……..

Information for Advertiser’s Copy deadline 1st of the previous month. Advertisers rates from £17 + VAT per issue. (Based on 1/8 page advertisement on a 6 issue booking) Discounts available for 3 and 6 issue packages. Contact us for premium page rates and flyer inclusion. Call Jan on 07712 816336 or email for more information or to reserve advertising space. Distribution: Village View is delivered to 4000 homes and businesses in Lane End, Cadmore End, Bolter End, Piddington, Studley Green, Stokenchurch, Ibstone and Radnage. (We also publish similar magazines in Princes Risborough and Thame) Magazines are available to view online at 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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Roger Romyn the landlord of the Wheatsheaf in Chinnor is proud to announce the launch of his new Festival of Flavours. Long known for his South African roots and his ability to create Biltong 9,000 miles from its natural home, Roger has been successfully building a reputation for food, beer and music at his pub in the charming village of Chinnor for five years. Now he is ready to move on to the next step. For this change he needed a new group to support him, the return of Adam Ratcliffe after his sabbatical in the big city, working at the Trout at Wolvercote to run the kitchen and the discovery of Kelly Gadsden as the new front of house Manager, the team is complete. Now they are all focused on developing this village pub and the flavours associated with it. Over the coming weeks a stream of new ideas and foods will become available both in the pub and with the new PAGE 6

outside catering and bar facilities that the team have to offer. In pole position, will be cooking from the new oven, designed and built by Roger’s own fair hands, ‘Ella’ as she is known to the team is an artisan stone based oven, fuelled by wood and generating heats in excess of 1200F (700C). This new oven will enable Adam and Roger to create their own bread and pizzas from scratch and cook locally sourced meats to perfection. Alongside the oven is a smoker specially imported from the United States which will be used to produce home made sausages, bacon and even pastrami. Not forgetting the pizza oven that Roger had installed to allow home made pizzas to be eaten in house or served as a takeaway.


on a Tuesday you will find a selection of home made hand crafted meat platters on the bar. On a Wednesday Roger and Adam will have fired up ‘Ella’ for a special range of dishes including cannelloni and peri peri chicken. Thursday will become the traditional Burger night, with a range of imaginative toppings to soothe the appetite and throughout the winter months the evening for the intellectual challenge that is Quiz night. On Friday we are back to fresh fish and chips, traditional even for your foreign host. So those are some of the changes to take place in the pub, but at the same time Roger has invested in a mobile Spit Roaster and barbecue. Now he is willing to come to your house or work and prepare a South African braai, a good ole Southern Barbecue or a traditional British hog roast, the team can cater from 50 to 500 and can offer a full licensed bar with real ales, speciality lagers, wines and spirits in the comfort of your house or work. We are happy to discuss any and all opportunities whether it is a corporate function, a special anniversary or a significant birthday, the team at the Wheatsheaf can ensure it passes off in style with the best food imaginable.

These four cooking methods will form the backbone of the new expanded menu, some of the specialities from Rogers homeland, like the ever popular Future special events that boere wors sausage will remain, should already be noted Monday’s pizza night will still in your diary include: offer amazing value, but now Please mention ‘Village View’ when replying to adverts

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3rd May through to 6th May - The Man vs Food Extravaganza, a selection of challenges across the Bank Holiday weekend to tax your taste buds and workout your waistlines.

and musical taste there is always something for everyone.

live acts will be appearing in the coming months.

Some of the most entertaining nights at The Wheatsheaf have involved Live Music, those who witnessed the great reggae band DUBWISER performing will be glad to know that further

Foodies should also know that the team are examining the possibility to offer bread baking, sausage making and other culinary courses, watch this space.

6th July - In order to join our cousins across the water in their annual Independence Day Celebrations, a full scale Southern Style Barbecue will take place in the Garden, with live music and fun for all the family Still going strong on the first Saturday every month is Open Mic night, so come on down and listen to great local acts or bring your guitar and step up on stage. Whatever your instrument




Cheese, Bacon and Onion Pie Perfect for a simple lunch or for an early summer picnic this savoury pie has a really rich and buttery crisp pastry and a tasty smoked bacon and onion filling. It tastes just as delicious warm or cold. Look for packs of smoked bacon pieces near the bacon rashers in the supermarket or use flavoursome Italian diced pancetta instead.

Makes 8 slices Ready in 1½ hours, plus chilling Ingredients For The Pastry 225g plain flour 1 tsp mustard powder Pinch of salt 115g butter, chilled and diced 4-5 tbsp iced water For The Filling 175g smoked bacon pieces 4 onions, peeled and thinly sliced 1 tbsp sunflower oil 200g mature Cheddar cheese, grated Beaten egg, to glaze Tomato salad, to serve (see Tip) 1 To make the pastry, sift the flour into a large bowl and stir in the mustard powder and salt. Add the diced butter and rub into the flour between your fingertips until the mixture resembles coarse breadcrumbs. 2 Stir in enough of the iced water with a round bladed knife to mix to a crumbly dough. Knead very lightly until just smooth then flatten into a disc and wrap in cling film. Chill for 20-25 minutes. PAGE 8

3 Meanwhile, prepare the filling. Dry-fry the bacon pieces in a large non-stick frying pan for 4-5 minutes until just golden. Remove with a slotted spoon and set aside. Add the oil and sliced onions to the pan and fry gently, stirring occasionally, for about 15 minutes until the onions are very tender and pale golden. Leave to cool. Preheat the oven to 190°C, 375°F, Gas Mark 5. Place a baking sheet in the oven to heat up. 4 Roll out just over half the pastry on a lightly floured surface and use to line a 20x30cm loose-based fluted flan tin. Layer the bacon, onions and grated cheese in the pastry case and season between the layers with freshly ground black pepper. 5 Roll out the rest of the pastry and use to cover the filling. Seal the edges of the pastry with water then pinch them tightly together with fingertips. Trim off any excess pastry. 6 Brush the pastry with the beaten egg and pierce 3-4 holes in the top of the pie to allow the steam to escape. Bake on the hot baking sheet for 25-30 minutes until the pastry is crisp and golden. Serve warm or cold with tomato salad, if liked. TIP Serve simply with a fresh tomato salad made by thickly slicing ripe vine tomatoes and layering with finely chopped spring onions and a few fresh basil leaves. Drizzle with a little olive oil and season with freshly ground black pepper.

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Pilates targets the deep postural muscles, building strength from the inside out, rebalancing the body and9 PAGE bringing it into the correct alignment. It helps to reshape your body, which will become longer and leaner and more toned.

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Waterperry Gardens – an inspirational day out

The eight acres of landscaped ornamental gardens at Waterperry have inspired and delighted countless gardeners for more than seventy five years. It’s the perfect place for inspiration, whether you’re a complete novice or a professional – there are design ideas by the bucketful! Our formal and rose gardens, river walk, lily canal and classical herbaceous border are just a few highlights of a trip to Waterperry, and there’s always something new to see – whatever the season! While the gardens provide an oasis of calm and beauty, the Waterperry Gallery, Gift Barn and Potting Shed are a shopper’s delight, featuring beautiful, affordable works of art in the Gallery, and inspirational outdoor living ideas and gifts in the Gift Barn and Potting Shed. Our garden shop offers a wide range of gardening goods and sundries, as well as gift ideas for the green – and not so green-fingered, and our Waterperry grown and pressed apples and juice. We also sell high quality furniture, stoneware water features, pots and sculptures outside in the Furniture Barn and Plant Centre. We take huge pride in growing most of the plants we sell at Waterperry, so you can be sure of their pedigree. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff are always available to provide advice, information and ideas. You will also find a huge range of apples and juice for sale in season – all grown in our 5 acres of apple and pear orchards.


We have a full programme of events throughout the year, from horticultural themed weekends like Snowdrop and Apple Weekends, to open air theatre during the height of the summer in the stunning setting of our ornamental garden. True to our roots, we also offer a wide variety of arts, crafts and gardening courses, including the RHS courses and courses taught by our experts. Waterperry Gardens is one of the most inspirational places to learn a new skill. Our current courses can be found on our website and the new 2013/14 course brochure is published in July. Whatever your passion, whether it’s for gardening, bread making or willow weaving there is something for everyone. Waterperry also boasts a Country Life Museum, featuring agricultural and horticultural implements from a bygone era and a beautiful Saxon Church which still contains its original 13th century stained glass windows, and lancets. No visit to Waterperry is complete without a trip to Miss H’s Teashop. Our staff pride themselves in cooking everything from fresh local ingredients, and offer a mouth-watering selection of home made hot and cold meals. We’re also home to some of the best fresh-baked cakes in the country, and provide a perfect way to end any visit to Waterperry.

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MAY 5th - 6th - TEDDY BEAR DAYS Children carrying a Teddy Bear travel free when accompanied by a fare-paying adult. MAY 11th - MURDER MYSTERY Murder Mystery Evening with three course meal served on the train. MAY 18th - RAILWAY OPEN DAY Come and see behind the scenes. See how the Railway operates and lots more. Special Timetable. MAY 26th - CLASSIC CAR RALLY Classic and Vintage Cars on display JUNE 8th - QUIZ NIGHT ON THE FLYER JUNE 22nd - WINE & DINE ON THE FLYER JULY 6th - MURDER MYSTERY BOOK EVENINGS ON 07979 055366


SUNDAY 16th June Free Bus service between Princes Risborough Station and Chinnor Dads travel FREE accompanied by a fare-paying passenger. CREAM TEAS available - call to book on 07979 055366

Trains depart from Chinnor at 11.00, 12.15, 1.30, 3.00 & 4.30


Monthly Focus May Day

Celebrations have been carried out in England for over 2000 years, being a traditional day of festivities associated with the beginning of springtime. It probably originated as a roman festival to enjoy the coming of summer after a long winter season.

Crowning a May Queen is also a fun activity and she will often sit at the front of a parade wearing a white gown to symbolise purity and of course a lovely crown or tiara. It is her job to start the May Day celebrations.

Popular activities include dancing around a Maypole which has coloured ribbons hanging from the top and dancers (often young children) form patterns down the pole with a complex sequence of movements around it.

Indeed it was convenient in days past to give farm labourers a day off, as seeding would have been completed by this date and now we have a special bank holiday in May where we can all enjoy these springtime treats.

The first day of the month of May is historically known as May Day.


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Solar Enabled Noise Barriers on M40 In Summer 2009 we consulted local residents, about the effect of motorway traffic noise on your lives. Of 1000 people who responded, over three quarters told us they suffered from motorway noise virtually always or most of the time.

Benefits, as we see them, as improved barriers are built:

You asked us to ‘please do something about it’. We believe that, with your continued support, we can now see a way forward. While nothing is certain yet, and current proposals do not address issues everywhere, we need your views. Proposal for solar enabled noise barriers M40 Jn3 – Jn8. In partnership with the Highways Agency and our local Councils (Wycombe and South Oxfordshire Districts) M40CEG is preparing a business plan for improving noise barriers at many of our communities (and building new barriers at some communities that do not currently have any noise protection). If we are successful, the complete project comprises construction of about 8km (5 miles) of noise barrier at communities along the 35Km (20 miles) stretch of the M40 between Loudwater (Jn 3) and Wheatley (Jn 8). PAGE 34

• reduced traffic noise • motorway traffic no longer visible • properties more easily sold, perhaps at higher prices • low risk tax efficient investment opportunity preferentially offered to local people Please complete the questionnaire on the other side in order for us to gauge the feeling of our communities and return it to: Wycombe District Council, your local or complete the survey through the website or email it to us at

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Solar Enabled Noise Barriers on M40 Spring 2013 Questionnaire Please insert your postcode Does motorway noise affect you? Yes No Currently, where they are installed locally, barriers are 2m high. Would you accept a higher barrier i.e. height of an HGV trailer if it reduced traffic noise substantially? Yes No If you could be paid interest on investment in improved barriers, how much would you be prepared to invest personally in improved barriers? £0



£2,000 or more

Currently, interest rates on savings are in the region 0% - 3% pa. If you invested in the barriers, what return would you consider reasonable? 0%




Other If you invested in the barriers would you be willing to wait before receiving a return? 1 - 3 years

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Finally, please check that you have inserted your postcode - it is essential for our analysis Thank you for your help Please return the survey to:- June Campbell, Wycombe District Council, Queen Victoria Road, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP11 1BB

Easy ways to protect your PC How to avoid a digital disaster

These days, we’re doing more and more things digitally: our holiday snaps sit on hard disks, our music is often in MP3 and we’re as likely to download films as buy them on disc. That’s great when your PC’s working perfectly, but how do you make sure it stays that way? Protecting your PC falls into three key categories: protecting your valuable data, protecting your PC from online threats and protecting your PC from physical damage. Protecting the hardware is the easy bit. Surge protectors can prevent nasty spikes in the electricity supply from causing any damage, and if you have a laptop you can buy a Kensington Lock to secure it to something suitably hefty. A compressed air canister can blow dust out of fan vents and debris out of keyboards, and it’s a good idea to keep your PC away from extremes of temperature - a sunny room in summer is a terrible place to keep a PC. Be particularly aware of potential spills: liquid can destroy computers and you won’t believe the damage a tin of baby food can do to a keyboard. It’s a very good idea to keep food and drink and PCs separate. No matter how careful you are, computers can and do break: every hard disk will wear out eventually. That’s why it’s really important to keep backup copies of anything important such as family photographs, home videos or iTunes downloads. You can do this in several ways - using an online service such as Mozy ( or Skydrive (, by burning them to DVD or by copying them to an external hard disk, but remember that if your backup is in the same place as the original, a domestic disaster such as a burst pipe might ruin both of them. PAGE 36

It’s worth remembering too that services such as Facebook won’t compensate you if they accidentally delete or damage your online photo libraries; once again make sure that if it’s important, you have more than one copy in case of disaster. The other issue to worry about is “malware”, which is software designed to do nasty things. Sometimes malware spies on you, trying to obtain your passwords and other details; other times it just damages files or slows your PC to a crawl. The good news is that it’s relatively easy to avoid: Windows 7 and Windows 8 both have firewall software, which can prevent nasties getting in, and if you’re suspicious you can avoid most malware. Don’t open unsolicited email attachments from people you don’t know, and don’t let fake emails from the bank fool you: your bank will never send you programs or zipped documents in an email. Always make sure you’re downloading from reputable sources, such as, not Big Dave’s Totally Honest Download Page and make sure your web browser software is up to date. Old browsers are a real security risk. Last but not least, invest in some security software. You don’t need to spend any money - Microsoft’s Security Essentials is free ( security_essentials/), as is AVG Free anti-virus ( and AVAST (, and there are also free tools to tune up your PC. One of our favourites is CCleaner ( ccleaner), which works miracles on sluggish PCs, and we’d also recommend the free Ad-Aware program ( to prevent annoying software setting up shop on your PC. Keeping your PC safe isn’t difficult, time-consuming or expensive, but it’s worth doing. Think of PC protection like home insurance: you hope you’ll never need it, but if disaster strikes you’ll be glad you have it.

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Piano & Harp Lessons Highly experienced professional pianist and harpist (Royal Liverpool Philarmonic Orchestra) offers piano and harp lessons. My aim as a teacher is to encourage young children and adults to enjoy the process of music making from 'grass roots' level to wherever they want to go. Sheila Bromberg ARCM. Dip MT. DIP Humanistic Counselling Please contact me on

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Dog of the Month Bambi Hi there, my name is Bambi and I’m an 8 year old Whippet X Terrier. I am a gentle and sweet natured older girl, I am still active and enjoy going for nice long walks. I would like a new home with an enclosed garden so that I can have a run around. I like other dogs but I do prefer the calmer ones, I may be able to live with a cat but we would need to test this is you have one, if there are children in your home I would prefer that they are aged 7 years and over. PAGE 38

If you are interested in offering me, or any other dog, a loving home please visit Stokenchurch Dog Rescue any day except Thursday between 2pm and 4pm, or give them a call on 01494 482695. It would be great to see you!

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Evening  and  Party   Daytime,   bookings  available   Based  in  Bolter  End   Contact  Mel  07595  995773

Yoga & Yoga Therapy for all ages YOGA Classes at Gateway Barbers Ltd, Lane End High Street: start 25th February

Every Monday and Tuesday 6-7pm and 7.15-8.15pm (£5) Also:Healthy eating workshops (includes raw food and vegetarian/vegan) children’s parties :eco-friendly activities, healthy cooking, yoga, stories and more 07450 351222



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Phone: 01494 461481 Mobile: 07809 140 988


- The 50plus • Plumbing • Electrical • Handyman • Bathrooms • Showers • Kitchens • Supplied & fitted

• Locally based • Free estimates • Friendly advice • NICEIC & Gas Safe personnel • Great offers and discount every month on our web site

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Minibuses & Couriers For all your transport needs 8 - 16 seater Minibuses & Executive Cars

Light Haulage & Express Deliveries From Motorcycle up to 7.5 ton lorries

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NO VAT CHARGED Toenails cut and filed; thickened nails reduced; treatment of hard skin, calluses and corns, ingrowing toenails, etc.

Helen Boehm

Mobile Air Conditioning Servicing and recharge (to home or work) For All Makes & Models Simon N. Pape Tel: 01494 538432 Mob: 07775 612343 Email:

MCFHP MAFHP Qualified Foot Health Professional

Registered Member of The British Association of Foot Health Professionals

VISITING PRACTICE Tel: 01494 439364 Mob: 07714 578033

Paul Smale Electrical Services

Tel 01494 482668 Fully qualified and insured. Additional sockets, LED lighting, rewires and all other electrical needs. Fault finding and emergency call-out.

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Book Review

How to Win Friends From the playground to the workplace, we all know we’re not going to get by without a little help from our friends. But how do we go about forging those friendships in the first place? When Dale Carnegie wrote ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People’, he was instantly onto a winner. Surely everyone just wants to be liked? We’ve put together a collection of stories where a friendship is central. And it just goes to show, bonds can be formed in the most unlikely of places.

Of Mice and Men John Steinbeck

George Milton and Lennie Small are two migrant workers who dream of owning their own farm. George is intelligent but uneducated and Lennie is a great hulk of a man; physically strong but mentally weak. This unlikely pairing sees George acting as a calming influence and father-figure to Lennie. Set during the Great Depression, the pair is forced out of the aptly-named ‘Weed’, California after Lennie’s fondness for touching ‘soft things’ lands him in trouble. Chasing the elusive American Dream, George must decide what kind of a future their friendship can have.

The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas John Boyne

Bruno is the son of an SS officer and is also a natural-born explorer, so it’s no surprise that when his family moves to ‘Out With’, he has a lot of questions about the children who appear behind the barbed wire fence wearing blue striped pyjamas. Bruno meets Shmuel, who lives the other side, has a shaved head and is constantly hungry and the two form a friendship that will have devastating consequences. Boyne’s children’s book about concentration camps is a PAGE 42

must-read for all adults. It will stay with you for days, weeks and months afterwards, just as it should.

The Help Kathryn Stockett

This is the story of three women: Skeeter, Aibileen and Minny, and their attempts to change the social structure and confines of a segregated Mississippi in the 1960s. Young Skeeter is a white woman with a degree, but no husband. She’s also lost her maid and confidante, ‘Constantine’ and nobody can tell her where she’s gone. Aibileen is a black maid who is essentially raising a white woman’s child for her, whilst grieving for her own dead son. Meanwhile Minny is a fantastic cook but an even greater gossip. Between them, the three plan to write and publish their own stories, revealing social scandals and ‘tellin’ it like it is’. It’s brilliant, and worth reading just to hear the revelation of the ‘terrible awful’. That’s a laugh-out-loud moment in itself.

The Joy Luck Club Amy Tan

Before Carrie Bradshaw et al, four Chinese women began meeting in San Francisco to compare notes as recent immigrants. It was 1949 and they called themselves ‘The Joy Luck Club’. The women were bound together by circumstance and history, vowing to make money and a new life for themselves. It’s a complex and delicately interwoven tale of Chinese mothers and daughters, revealing secrets and lies and all striving to find a place in the modern world whilst feeling the constant tug of their past. If you’ve never read Tan before then this is a brilliant place to start.

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Learning through  play  since  1971  

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CAN YOU  HELP  US  ????   Would you like to volunteer and help out a charity in your local area ? Stokenchurch Pre-School has been part of the village since 1971 and we are currently looking for new people to come and join the management committee . We are a registered charity and the management committee work alongside the staff to help run the pre-school. If you have some spare time each month and have an interest in helping children grow and develop, like coming up with new ideas, assisting with fundraising etc… then you could be the right person for us. Thank you

Please contact  Jeremy  Noad,  chairperson.   Tel:  01494  482  822     Email:  






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Stokenchurch Pre  -­‐School,  Stokenchurch  Centre,   Bartholomew  Tipping  Way,  Stokenchurch,  Bucks,   HP14  3RX      

01494 483472 Mobile 07810 236024 32 George Rd,Stokenchurch, Bucks.


Eva Winter Osteopathy BSc (Hons) Ost, Dip Paed Ost.

Treatment can help with: • Neck and shoulder discomfort • Back pain and sciatica • Hip and knee pain • Ankle and foot pain • Sports injuries • Muscular tension • Chronic joint conditions • Pregnancy related pain •  Traumatic labour/delivery

Providing safe and effective hands-on treatment for adults, children and babies Registered with The General Osteopathic Council, Member of The British Osteopathic Council & Alumni for Paediatric Osteopathy

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SIMON HENLEY Personal Training

Workout in the comfort of your own home

• Free consultation • Taster sessions available • Discount for block bookings

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Visit The Lambert Arms

Upcoming Events: Wedding Open Day Sunday 12th May 11am - 3pm Michael Buble Tribute Friday 17th May - £25.00 per person Dirty Dancing/Grease Friday 7th June - £25.00 per person An Evening with Master Chefs' Gregg Wallace Friday 28th June - £75 per person

Looking for the perfect venue for your function or wedding, please do just call us on 01844 351496 or email

The Lambert Arms, London Road, Aston Rowant, Watlington, OX49 5SB.

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Karen Amor

Not driven in years? We can help. Have you lost confidence with motorways and parking? • Gift vouchers • Intensive to weekly lessons • Learners to Advanced • CRB Checked • Pass Plus registered

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Bookkeeping and Secretarial Services

For all your bookkeeping and administrative needs. A friendly, flexible, professional service supporting sole traders and small businesses. Fixed fees

Tel: 07525 943242


Building & Roofing Specialists Repair, Renovation and all new works undertaken Local Family business with over 20 years experience, References available    

01494 881535,  01494 520763,  07969 878716,


Leaflet Service | Print and Distribution Print and Design

5000 A5 Double sided leaflets for £150 + vat (including design)


We can deliver leaflets, flyers and menus to 4000 homes and businesses (Please call or email for prices)

"I recently used the Leaflet Delivery Service provided by Chiltern Directories and the response has been amazing. I would strongly recommend the Delivery Service for anyone wanting to get a message across in the local area.” Dorma, Stokenchurch

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Open the door to your child’s future Join our small atmosphere.








“This is a good school where pupils are happy and thoroughly enjoy their education. Their excellent relationships with each other and with staff underpin much of their success.” (Ofsted 2010). Class sizes below Government recommendations. Excellent experienced staff. Change of Status: From September 2013 we will be a primary school, with nursery provision. If you would like to visit our school, please ring to arrange an appointment with the Headteacher, Mrs E Ramm. Telephone 01494 482167.


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1st Floor, 1 Thame Business Centre, Wenman Road, Thame, Oxon OX9 3XA Tel: 01844 212271 E-mail:

Risborough Carers Ltd is a private independent local family run Home Care Agency, established in 1992, and are registered and compliant with the Care Quality Commission

Due to continued growth we are now recruiting for:

Full & Part Time Carers

To fulfill the following shifts: Monday to Sunday 07:00 to 14:00 and/or Monday to Sunday 14:00 to 22:00 (Flexibility within these work patterns)

We are recruiting for sociable, committed, professional individuals passionate about supporting vulnerable people in our community and who, with training and on-going support, can provide a friendly and dignified service to our Clients in our local community. It is essential that you have a UK driving license and access to your own transport The tasks you will be expected to do would involve Personal Care, Domestic Care, Companionship and Social Support but will vary depending on the needs of individual clients.

In return, we offer a career that makes a real difference to our community. We offer an exceptional induction and excellent on-going training provided by an Accredited Training Company, competitive rates of pay, mileage allowance, flexible hours, and opportunities for career progression, including obtaining a Diploma in Health and Social Care. Being a Carer for Risborough Carers is a highly responsible position but it is a rewarding role making a genuine difference to people’s lives. Do you think you have what it takes to be a Risborough Carer? If so, and you

would like to join a local company with an exceptional reputation, then we’d love to hear from you, please ring:

Stephanie on 01844 212271 or

E-mail (We are an Equal Opportunities Employer)

Central Beauty Mobile Beauty Therapist 13 years experience

Enjoy treatments in the Comfort of your own home Massages, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage Facials, Manicures, Pedicures, Shellac Nails, Fibreglass Nails, Tinting, Pamper Packages Available, Gift Vouchers Available

Contact Carrie-Lee 07535267712


Each letter in this puzzle is represented bythis a number Each letter in puzzle is between 1 andby26. The represented a number codes for three are between 1 andletters 26. The shown. Asthree you find the are codes for letters letters enter them in the shown. As you find thebox below. letters enter them in the box below.

CODEWORD Each letter in this puzzle is represented by a number between 1-25. The codes for three letters are shown. As you find the letters enter them in the box below the puzzle. PAGE 50

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MOTs at TCS MOTs only ÂŁ45 Free collection & delivery service plus courtesy car available (please book to avoid disappointment)

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“Bringing foot care to your door” Prompt and courteous attention assured


Telephone: 01494 482444 Mobile: 07946 821451

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For Domestic Electrical Installation Work Only

Full Gas Central Heating Design & Installation. Boiler services and performance checks. Heating upgrades and boiler changes. Bathroom Installation. Unvented Hot Water Systems. All plumbing and gas work undertaken For a complete professional service call: Tel: 01494 882859 Mob: 07850 449590 Email:

Kitchen/bathroom Design & Installation All domestic electrical work undertaken. f New installations, Re-wires, Lighting Sockets, Showers, Fuse Boxes.o r Floor/wall tiling & under tile heating. All aspects of carpentry All services for your projects. For a complete professional service call: Tel: 01494 882859 Mob: 07956 105443 Email:

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PROFESSIONAL B U I L D ING COM P A N Y . . Extensions Extensions • Renovations • Loft Conversions • Renovations Driveways •• Fencing • Hard• Landscaping & Patios Loft Conversions Driveways • Fencing Hard Landscaping & Patios Fast Friendly •Service - Free Estimates Given Fully Insured References Available Fast Friendly Service -

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FullyHigh Insured 59 Grays Lane, Downley, Wycombe, Bucks. HP13 5UG Available Tel: (Home) References 01494 451861 / (Mob) 07979 648239 Jody Smith 59 Grays, Downley, High Wycombe Bucks HP13 5UG Tel: (home) 01494 451861 (Mob) 07979 648239

Newell Flooring 07879012474

Specialist fitter in Amtico, Karndean, Vinyl and Carpets. Free Consultation and flooring advice. No job too big or too small!



Phil Spackman Pest Control Services Domestic, Commercial & Agricultural. Insects & Bugs, Rodents & Birds Moles & Wildlife Management. Surveys & estimates free of charge Maintenance contracts available Fully Insured & BPCA Member

• All Interior and Exterior work undertaken • Fully Insured • Free Estimates • No Job Too Small

For a speedy, discrete response & a dedicated, professional service

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Learning through  play  since  1971   If  you  are  looking  for  a  warm,  friendly,  welcoming  environment   with  experienced  and  caring  staff,  then  Stokenchurch  Pre  School  is   for  you  and  your  child.   Watch  your  child  learn  and  develop  under  the  guidance  of  our   qualified  professional  staff.  

  Ofsted registered     Opening  hours  9.00am-­‐  12.00pm     Places  available  from  2  years  old  unHl  5  years     Funded  places  for  children  3  years  unHl  5  years     Secure,  safe  and  colourful  school  room     Outside  play  area  with  planHng  area     Individual  assigned  key  worker  for  your  child   Come  along  and  take  a  look  for  yourself.   Please  contact  Anna-­‐Maria  on  tel:  01494  482  822  or     E  mail:   Stokenchurch  Pre  School,  Stokenchurch  Centre,   Bartholomew  Tipping  Way,  Stokenchurch,  Bucks,  HP14  3RX

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CARPENTER & JOINER Quality Workmanship at Affordable Prices City & Guilds Qualified with over 12 Years Experience

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Garden Hide and Seek However much effort you make with your garden, you can be sure that there will still be a few things that look awful. You may have made (or hope to make) beautiful borders, sensational shrubbery and lots more besides, but how do you cope with those things you just cannot seem to hide? A washing line: It may be essential but it rarely adds to the appeal of the garden. If yours is like mine and consists of two large poles with a line between them, try growing a pretty climber up the poles. If you use a self clinging plant such as variegated ivy it will do its own thing without any form of additional support. Alternatively make a chicken wire, trellis ‘box’ or frame around the posts and then allow the climber to scramble up, using plant ties if necessary too. Summer flowering clematis will look great or you could make a seasonal display for summer only using pretty climbers such as sweet peas. If you do use one of the more vigorous climbers then be prepared to do some intermittent pruning to ensure that it does not use your washing line as a plant support. A decrepit shed or moth-eaten garage: Garden buildings may be useful but all too often they are also a real eyesore. Sometimes a thorough scrub of the walls will do the trick, or why not make a feature out of the shed or garage and re-paint it – perhaps using a masonry paint or wood paint that tones in with existing garden structures, the colour of your window frames or perhaps simply a colour that tickles your fancy. Consider erecting a trellis on one or more of the vertical surfaces and grow a selection of favourite climbers up it to make an even more attractive feature. If the garden is inclined to be a little gloomy then it helps if you paint any surfaces such as garage or shed walls with a paler colour – it is amazing just how much light this will bounce back into your garden. Heating fuelled by gas from a huge cylinder or oil from a large green tank: I’m the owner of one of the mammoth green metal tanks and as much as I enjoy a well-heated house I detest the tank and PAGE 56

because it has to be sited in an accessible position so it can be re-filled with relative ease; you cannot lose it in the depths of the garden. I use hazel wattle hurdles to hide ours, which are perfect as they also match with the adjacent boundary fence. You could use standard fence panels in the same way and again planting them with climbers or scramblers will help. Whatever you do, make sure that you check on it from time to time and remove excessive climber growth so that the tank remains accessible. Is it the neighbouring garden that harbours the eye sore which makes you want to retreat back into your house? Something nasty next door is of course even harder to conceal but why not add a layer of trellis to the top of your existing fence and then use climbers once it is in position. Hold the trellis in position using batons of wood attached to the existing fence posts or special post-joining metal sleeves that you can buy from your fencing supplier or garden centre. Trellis is available in a range of shapes and need not be straight edged so you can create a range of different looks to suit your gardening style. Another option is to erect a pergola or arch to obscure or break up an unsightly view or the eyesore in their garden and adding plants will help to add a bit more height and soften the outline. If you combine some of your favourite flowering climbers with some evergreen planting too, you should even achieve good effects during the seasons when the leaves have fallen from many plants.

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MARKLAND GARDENING SERVICES For all your general garden maintenance including:

GRASSCUTTINGEDGING HEDGECUTTINGWEEDING PLANTINGMULCHINGPLUS 15 years experience growing organic fruit and vegetables, practical help and advice in creating and maintaining a vegetable or kitchen garden

TEL: 01494 881119 MOB: 07847 111079 email:

INSTRUCTION TAKEN IN YOUR OWN HOME Betsy is a qualified Solicitor who comes to you to help with:

Wills • Probate • Trusts • Inheritance Tax planning Lasting Powers of Attorney • General elderly client work

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Lawn mowers, Hedgecutters, Chainsaws Strimmers, Blower/Vac, whatever your needs we can supply it. Service and repairs on all brands, with fast efficient turn round. Collection/ delivery available Come and see us at Studley Green Garden Store

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Community Useful Numbers all in one place! Adult Education (Stokenchurch) 01494 482822 Bisham Concert Band 01494 482422 Bridge Club (Lane End) 01628 524964 2nd Stokenchurch Brownies (Wed) 01494 485178 Cadmore End Cricket Club 01494 882486 Cadmore End Village Hall (Bookings) 01494 881938/07917 573083 Camera Club (Stokenchurch) 01494 482886 Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway 01844 353535 Community Bus (Stokenchurch) 01494 485839 Conservation Group (Lane End) 01494 882938 Cricket Club (Stokenchurch) 01491 638636 Crimestoppers 0800 555111 Cubs (Stokenchurch) 01494 882416 Dance Club (Stokenchurch) 01494 483435 Four Ends Flower Club 01494 883096 Frieth Village Hall 01494 881176 Guides (Stokenchurch) 01494 483426 Highways on call 0845 2302882 High Wycombe Shopmobility 01494 472277 Ibstone Parish Council Ibstone Women’s Institute 01491 638245 Judo Club (Stokenchurch) 01494 483817 Kites Club Ibstone 07919 83491 Lane End Pharmacy 01494 880774 Lane End Players 07706 426320 Lane End Primary School & Nursery 01494 881169 Lane End Surgery 01494 881209 Lane End Village Hall 01494 881913 Lane End Village Pre-School 07703 926 196 Lane End Youth and Community Centre 01494 883878 Library (Stokenchurch) 0845 2303232 Mary Towerton School 01494 482384 Medical Centre (Stokenchurch) 08445 769633 Oasis Project, Lane End 01494 881112 Police (non emergency) 101 Parish Council (Lane End) 01494 437111 Parish Council Office (Stokenchurch) 01494 482403 Piddington and District Village Hall 01494 882796 Pre-School (Stokenchurch) 01494 482822 Rendezvous Mother & Toddler 01494 484152 Royal British Legion Lane End 01494 881436 Scouts (Stokenchurch) 01494 482243 Squash & Racketball Club - Watlington 01844 351325 Stokenchurch & Hambleden Valley Children’s Centre 01494 483140 Stokenchurch Day Centre 01494 482483 Stokenchurch Educational Charity 01494 483120 Stokenchurch Memorial club 01494 482260 Stokenchurch Rainbows 01494 485178 STOPAG (Stokenchurch) 01494 482344 Sunshine Montessori Nursery 01494 880607 Tuesday Luncheon Club Lane End 01494 881261 Women’s Institute (Stokenchurch) 01494 482047 Wine and Beer Circle (Stokenchurch) 01494 484159 Youth Club (Lane End) 01494 452226


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Stokenchurch Art Exhibition, 22- 23 June 2013 Join us from 10am – 4pm to view an extensive exhibition of original pieces of artwork created by students attending our creative classes. Artwork includes drawing, painting, ceramics, stained glass, jewellery, quilting, furniture restoration and flower arranging. Stokenchurch Adult Learning Centre, Bartholomew Tipping Way, Stokenchurch, HP14 3RX. For more information please phone 0845 045 4040 or visit Stokenchurch Stitchers Stokenchurch Stitchers - meets every 3rd Monday of each month. Join us on Monday 20th May from 7.30 to 9.30pm at the Stokenchurch Cricket Club with your current knitting or sewing project. £1 per person including drink and biscuit. If you have any questions contact Louise on 482194 or Local Carers’ Support Group Local Carers Support Group will meet as usual at Stokenchurch Medical Centre the last Wenesday in May - 29th from 1.30 - 3.30pm. Do come and join this very informal group. If you would like to know more, please phone Jenny 01491 638245 or Victoria 01494 483352 Four Ends Flower Club Visitors are always welcome (price £5). All you have to do is sit down and enjoy yourself and perhaps win a lovely flower arrangement to take home. Meetings are held at The Village Hall, Lane End on the fourth Thursday of the month at 1.45pm. Visitors Fee £5. For more information contact 01494 482724. Next meeting: 23rd May 2013, Annette Parshotam, ‘Blooming Marvellous’, Competition ‘Bright and Beautiful’. STOPAG May 9th This month we will be in the Youth Area of the Adult Centre in Bartholomew Tipping Way as usual. Lunch (start of our summer menu) will be at 12.45, speaker to be arranged. Stokenchurch Community Library The library committee would like to thank everybody who came to the quiz and helped us to raise over eight hundred pounds. We hope that you will continue to support us in the future. Other events are planned for the summer and you can also become a Friend of the Library. And don’t forget our ongoing recruitment drive for volunteers. For information Tel. Ann Sherman on 01494482344


Community Coffee Stop All welcome – every Tuesday 9 - 11.30 am. Held at the Community Centre, Studley Green. The Olive Branch Painters The Painters meet regularly Wednesday mornings in Studley Green Community Centre. Paintings by the Group are available for sale in the restaurant at The Garden Store opposite the Community Centre. Stokenchurch Youth Club Update Stokenchurch Youth Club will remain open through Half Term (last week of May). Stokenchurch Wine & Beer Circle Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month, 8.00pm at Longburrow Hall Stokenchurch. For more information please call 01494 484159 Stokenchurch Memorial Hall Social Club We would like to welcome you to the Social Club. For a small annual membership fee you will get cheap drinks, Sky TV showing all live sports, free WiFi, darts, bingo, whist, quiz nights, live bands and disco/karaoke. New members always welcome, we are open daily from midday please call in or phone on 01494 482260. Any events/live bands are on the notice board, facebook page or www. All live bands/events are free and open to non-members (the Club has the right to refuse admission). Fri 17th May QUIZ NIGHT from 7pm Sat 18th May Live Band - ROCK AGAINST THE MACHINE from 9pm Lane End Evening Women’s Institute We meet on the last Monday of the month (except Bank Holidays) in the Sycamore Room, Lane End Village Hall, at 8pm. We have a very varied programme & visitors & new members are always made welcome. May 20th is our Resolution Meeting. Stokenchurch Women’s Institute Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at Methodist Church Hall, Stokenchurch at 7.30pm. Resolutions Meeting, No Speaker, on 8th May. All new members welcome. As from 12th June our meetings will be at Longburrow Hall, Park Lane, Stokenchurch, Bucks, HP 14 3TQ.Tel No 01494482047 Lane End Players Don’t forget to buy your tickets for our Spring production when the box office opens on

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Saturday, April 13th. This is “Hound of the Baskervilles” by Laurie Howe, on May 17th, 18th, 24th and 25th at 8pm. This is a very new version of the Sherlock Holmes story, brought into the 21st century (influenced by the recent T.V. series starring Benedict Cumberbatch, no doubt), but the setting and plot stay very faithful to the original novel. Tickets can be bought from the Village Hall on Saturday mornings, by ringing 077064 26320 or emailing after the box office opening date. Lane End OPAG - 50+ Over 50? Then do come along to one of our meetings held on the first Thursday of each month at 2 pm in the Lane End Youth & Community Centre, Edmonds Road, where we normally have a speaker on a wide variety of subjects, followed by a cup of tea. Lane End Conservation Group Members meet on the first Saturday of each month at 10 am in the main car park beside the doctors’ surgery and work for a couple of hours on a variety of tasks ranging from footpath clearance to litter picking. We aim to finish in time to enjoy a coffee at the Twinning cafe in the village hall. Do come along and learn more about the Group, and join us. Coffee Stop If you want company, chat and coffee, come to the Sycamore Room at the Lane End Village Hall on Thursday mornings between 10-12 where a warm welcome awaits you. Stokenchurch Medical Centre Oxford Rd, Stokenchurch, HP14 3SX. Practice Manager: Nigel Sweet Tel:08445769633 Partnership Changes: Our latest new Partner, Dr Joe Santos, will be joining us in the middle of this month. Background information on all our new Partners can be seen in the lobby at the medical centre, or on our web site. Royal British Legion Lane End Royal British Legion Lane End are holding their annual BBQ by kind permission of our President, Lord Parmoor ,at Bessemers Cottage, Moor Common on Sat 29th June at 6.30 pm. This is always a good evening in a wonderful setting. Bring your own drinks. Tickets from Bruce James 01494 881079

Stokenchurch Community Transport The Management Committee of the Stokenchurch Community Transport would like to express their appreciation of the years of service that Mrs Mary Shurrock MBE has given, first as a member of the working group who arranged for the purchase of the first bus in 1992, and lately as chairman of the Management Committee until end of 2012. Mary is well know for her activities in the village, and was awarded an MBE in 2004 in recognition of her dedicated service to many organisations. Lane End Youth & Community Centre Check out what’s going on at your local Community Centre. Ladies Pamper Evening – Friday 10th May 2013, 7pm Come and join us for some treatments – Facial, back massage, Indian head massage, reflexology, manicure or maybe you would like to visit our local spiritualist? From 9.30pm onwards the fun continues with a BIG Ann Summers party. A licensed bar will be serving wine, spirits, and soft drinks. Call to make an appointment for one of the above treatments or just turn up for a drink and a giggle! Bags2theFuture: Please recycle your unwanted second-hand clothing, bedding, curtains, soft toys, shoes, belts and handbags by filling your black sacks and leaving them outside the LEYCC gates by 9am on Friday 10th May. Your help to raise funds would be greatly appreciated. Emma Savory – 01494 883878 The Friendship Club at Stokenchurch Methodist Church Saturday 4th May. After a late start to the Spring we hope we shall be able to find some bluebells during a short walk in the woods. Meet at the church at 2.30 prompt if you want to walk (Do not forget the walking shoes/boots), or come about 3.45pm if you would just like a cup of tea and a chat. All welcome. For more information ring Jane or Jim on HW 482880. In future months we are planning more walks, a garden visit, perhaps a garden party. Tell us what you would like. Ibstone Women’s Institute We are a small active friendly group, who meet at the school in Ibstone on the first Tuesday of every month at 7.30pm. Call 01491 638245 for further information.


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Stokenchurch Cricket Club The 2013 Cricket Season begins with our first League game on Saturday 11th May. Keep an eye on what’s happening on our website We are always very keen to welcome new players whatever age and ability. We look forward to seeing you soon. Stokenchurch Educational Charity ~ Community Grants Village Groups should apply by letter to The Secretary, Kinda Cool, Wycombe Road, Stokenchurch, HP14 3RR (Tel: 483120). Closing date is 30th June each year. Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway May brings a number of special events on the Chinnor Railway. On the Bank Holiday, May 5th and 6th, we run our popular Teddy Bear Days, when all children carrying a Teddy Bear travel free when accompanied by a fare-paying adult, then on May 18th is our traditional annual Open Day. Free for the day, come and look behind the scenes, see how the railway operates, and lots more, with a special more frequent timetable. Even sign up as a volunteer !! There is a Murder Mystery Wine and Dine on the evening of May 11th, with a three course meal served up on the train, as well as entertainment from the actors !! Ridgeway U3A Meet at the Sports Pavillion,Watlington Recreation ground on the third Tuesday of every month at 2.30 pm. Cost to non-members is £2.50, tea & biscuits served. We welcome all retired and semi-retired visitors who come to our talks and encourage you to join us. Membership is £18.50 p.a. with a choice of Group activities which include Walking, Reading, Outings, Antiques & collectibles, Heritage, Patchwork & quilting and our Lunch group. Stokenchurch Dog Rescue The charity’s next monthly jumble sale is on Saturday, May 25th, from 10am till noon at the kennels in Oxford Road, Stokenchurch. On sale will be literally tons of donated new and nearly new clothes, household goods, books, bric a brac, toys, DVDs, CDs, garden items – and lots more. Further details are available from Dave Bevan on 01844 344601 or Lisa Morley at the kennels on 01494 482695. SDR is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. A similar jumble sale will be held on June 29th. Sales will be postponed if weather is bad.


Stokenchurch Village Fete and companion dog show and fun run Saturday 8th June 2013 Vicky Nuttalls family fun run, or walk, kicks off the weekend with proceeds going to village charities. For information please contact Fete and dog show will start at 11.30 am this year. We have our ever popular hands on birds of prey, circus performer, judo display, tiptoes dance school, country dancing, many craft and food stalls and more attractions to come. To be followed by the Fleurfest with many talented bands to round off the night. For more information on stalls and dog show etc contact Jan on 01494 482454 To continue the weekend, on Sunday June 9th in our main marquee starting at noon, Mariposa Beauty salon and boutique, are holding a charity fashion show with swim wear, sun dresses, tops, hats, sandals etc at affordable prices. All proceeds will go to breast cancer. For information contact Rebecca on 01494 484773 The Chiltern Society We welcome new members - come and join people like you who love the Chilterns. For more details please contact The Chiltern Society, The White Hill Centre, White Hill, Chesham HP5 1AG, Tel 01494 771250, High Wycombe Shopmobility This is a free service for any person who needs access to town shopping or hospital appointments, we have 21 electric machines, 4 powerchairs and 12 manual wheelchairs. Telephone 01494 472277 Stokenchurch Allotment Association The Association invites applications for membership, either Full (£5.00 pa) or Associate (£3.00 pa). The Association will have a presence at the Village Fete in June and at the September Show, and intends to organise a visit to the RHS gardens at Wisley. If you are interested in membership, or even wish explore the possibility of taking on a plot, please contact Robin Thomas (01494 483923) or Malcolm Penny (01494 482047). There are plots vacant at both Stokenchurch and at Water End. Lacey Green Windmill The windmill will be open from Sunday May 5th until Sunday 29th September on Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from 2pm to 5pm. Admission is £2 per adult, and £1 per child (aged 5 -15). On Sunday 12th May we will be open from 11am to 5pm, and will hope to have the

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sails turning (as always this will depend on weather conditions on the day). This is part of National Mills Weekend which is co-ordinated by the Mills Section of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. Our Village Horticultural Society will have their plant and produce stall by the windmill on Sunday 12th May, they will also be open from 11am. The windmill is the oldest smock mill in the country and since 1971 has been restored back to working order by members of The Chiltern Society. Due to the fragile nature of the 360 year old wooden machinery, we do not use the mill to produce flour. Please park in Pink Road and walk up the path on the right hand side of The Whip pub. Alternatively Arriva Bus 300 runs hourly on Sundays between High Wycombe and Aylesbury, and stops by the path to the windmill. For further details about the windmill, including a map and more travel information, please see our website at Studley Green Community Centre The AGM of the Community Centre @ Studley Green will take place at the centre on Monday 20th May at 7pm for a 7-30pm start. All local residents welcome. Please come. Your centre needs you. Wormsley Cricket Ground Wormsley cricket ground in Stokenchurch are delighted to present the following fixtures for the 2013 season: Monday 6th May Unicorns v Gloucestershire Gladiators Sunday 19th May Authors Cricket Club v Lords and Commons Cricket Club Monday 27th May Unicorns v Leicestershire Foxes For more information or to book tickets, membership or hospitality visit or call the Cricket Office on 01283 569 667 Buckinghamshire Open Gardens 2013 Sunday 19th May – 2 to 5pm Lilies, High Street, Weedon, Aylesbury, HP22 4NS Normal entry £4, Tours £6 pp

Railex 2013 Model Railway Exhibition Risborough & District Model Railway Club, Stoke Mandeville Stadium, Stadium Approach, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP21 9PP. Saturday 25th May 10.30am-5.30pm, Sunday 26th May 10.00am5.00pm. Admission: Adults £8.00, Child £5.00, Family(2+3) £18.00 On Sunday only - up to 2 children admitted free with an accompanying paying adult. Many Model Railway Layouts from all over the country, as well as around 50 manufacturers and traders. There is limited on site car parking, so we recommend that you use the car parks in Aylesbury and catch the free vintage bus from the railway station, which will also link up with Chiltern trains services from London Marylebone. For full details see our website Contact David Lane Tel: 01296 437475 Email: Cadmore End Cricket Club 125 year Anniversary This year sees the 125th year anniversary of our Club, founded in 1888 . We field 2 teams in the Kookaburra Mid-Bucks League which plays 40 matches (each side) on Saturdays. New plans have been implemented to improve the pavilion, pitch and grounds, new nets, develop a youth team initially for 12 to 16 year olds and construct a WEB site. We have had much support and encouragement from the Lane End Parish Council, Coffee Cup in Wycombe and the Angus Lawson Memorial Trust. It is fortunate we have the services of the groundsmen from Wormsley Cricket Ground, Andy Wallis and Simon Tremmers, who have restored the square and it is now one of the best in the league. However to put the rest of the plans into place we need new people to become involved. In particular we are looking for someone to help with the Youth Team and Youth Team players (age 12- 16) . Finally, we are looking for any other kind of support to help the Club develop its plans. This can be help with management, fundraising, organising events, running WEB sites or sponsorship. A part-time Umpire is also required. If you would like to find out more please contact Neil May, Chairman, on 01494 882486 or email

Stokenchurch Annual Parish Meeting The Annual Parish Meeting will take place at Longburrow Hall at 7.30pm on Wednesday 8th May. All are welcome to come along and hear the Chairman’s Annual Report for the last year, and to put questions to the representatives of the various local organisations.


Index Accountants/Bookkeeper John Taylor 22 Karen Amor 28 Simply Numbers 17 Aerials Aerialtech Solutions 54 TVT Aerials 43 Bathrooms Bryn Earley 15 Call Plumbing 37 Beauticians Central Beauty 50 The Beauty Salon 14 Blinds Graham Blake 10 Builders A M G Construction 12 Bennett Construction 47 C & R Caine 47 Hammond Construction 31 Jody Smith 53 SRJ Brickwork 37 Car Bodyshop Complete Car Care 12 Carers Risborough Carers Ltd 49 Carpenter & Joiner Aspect 48 Joel Smith 25/55 John Earley 52 Out of the Woods 57 Carpets Airs House 10 Newell Flooring 13 Chimney Sweep A1 Clean Sweep 24 Cleaning Ovenu 41 Procare 43 Computers Chiltern Computer Services 55 Jason Millward 40 Stokenchurch PC’s 9 Convenience Store CJ Stores 12 Curtains Graham Blake 53 Dance School The Barr Academy 9 Day Nursery Positive Steps 25 Stokenchurch Pre-School 54 Sunshine Montessori 29 Dentist Old Bakery Dental Practice 39 Doctor Doctor Now 67 Dog Grooming Million Dollar Dogs 17 Mutley Makeover 13 Waggy Works 60 Dog Training Bells and Whistles 16 Dog Walking Happy Pets 5 Ian Boyer 24 Domestic Appliances Sharley Domestics 29 Driveways Allscapes 5


Driving Instruction Dave’s 22 Siobhan and Richard’s 47 Electricians John Earley 15 J S J Electrical 12 Mike Smith 17 Paul Smale 41 Fencing DJ Macleod 45 Greenways 46 Firewood DJ Macleod 45 Flooring Newell Flooring 53 Foot Professionals Feet Treat 24 Fiona Gibbard 52 Helen Boehm 41 Luxton Clinic 19 Furniture Maker Aston Woodware 44 Garden Centre Studley Green Garden Store 33 Garage Services Browns 1/59 Durwards Auto Shop 60 French Car Services 41 M.L. Sears 43 Stokenchurch Service Centre 38 TCS Auto Engineers 51 Garden Design Caz Renshaw Design 45 Malcolm Gascoyne 11 Garden Machinery J Ayres 58 ML Sears 16 Garden Maintenance Allscapes 5 Greenways 9 Markland Gardening 57 Groundworks C. Putnam and Sons 28 Hairdressers/Barbers Gateway Barbers 19 Just Gents 68 Lisa Powell 17 Salon on the Green 31 Handyman Daren McDonald 55 Joel Smith 25/55 Richard Watson 21 The 50 Plus 40 Heating Engineer Bryn Earley 15 Call Plumbing 37 OilServ 27 Hotels The Lambert Arms 46 The Oxfordshire Golf Hotel and Spa 1/ 18 Jewellers Aylesbury Bullion 15 Kitchens John Earley 15 Land Services DP Mould 11

Solar Roofing Landscape Gardener Solarroof Energy 55 Allen Landscaping 44 Solicitors Allscapes 5 Betsy Williams 57 Marshall Landscapes 47 Stefanie O’Bryen 45 Outside In 28 Steam Railway P A Spittles 16 Chinnor and Princes Locksmiths Risborough 32 Promac Locksmiths 13 Tanning RPC Locksmiths 2 Melanie Hanson 7 Loose Covers Taxis Graham Blake 10 Advance Cars 11 Man with a Van Destinations Luxury Travel 26 Alan Boult 27 Express Taxis 40 Nurseryman 25 M.J.Gee 13 Thunderbird Couriers Tracys Transport 19 Oil Supplies Therapists Fuelcare 24 Helen Greenway Yoga 39 Osteopath Tiling Eva Winter 44 Call Plumbing 37 Wayne Twitchen 17 John Earley 15 Painters & Decorators Tree Surgeon Jon Woodbridge 53 Allscapes 5 Personal Trainer DJ Macleod 37 Simon Henley 45 Tuition Pest Control GCSE Maths/ICT 19 Hawthorn Pest Control 25 Leanne Norris 45 Phil Spackman Pest Control 53 Sheila Bromberg music 37 Pet Sitting Upholstery Happy Pets 5 Graham Blake 10 Ian Boyer 39 RS Hall 39 Pet Supplies SA Re-upholstery 40 The Kennel Shop 28 Vets Photographer Hall Place Vets 23 Ian Rycroft 58 Village Halls Picture Framing Longburrow Hall 10 Neil Harris 39 Windows Pilates Bryants Double Glazing 2 Dawn Wilton 9 Finishing Touch 25 Plasterer Window Doctor 27 AP White Plastering 45 Window Cleaning Plumbers A C George 10 Bill Blake 22 Bryn Earley 15 Call Plumbing 9 Fixed Price Plumber 26 Podiatrist Luxton Clinic 19 Post Office West Wycombe Village Store 25 Pubs and Restaurants The Lambert Arms 3 The Wheatsheaf 6/7 Roofing Country Roofing 13 L & G Roofing 21 Laynes Roofing 22 Scaffolding GF Scaffolding 16 Schools Ibstone School 3 Mary Towerton School 5 Radnage C of E Infant School 48 Shooting Ground EJ Churchill 67 Soft Furnishings Graham Blake 53

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