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Happy 3rd Birthday to us! Welcome to the third anniversary edition of Community Contact magazine! Yes that’s right! We have been publishing our local bimonthly magazine for three years! Over the last three years we have worked with some wonderful businesses, and met some wonderful people. We would like to say a BIG thank you to all of you, our readers, for taking the time to read and enjoy our magazine. We have had lots of positive feedback and how you all like to read our features and enter our competitions! In this issue we see where you can treat your mum this Mother’s Day, look at what’s new at the Red Barn Retreat, why Stowe is a great venue for a wedding and our regular Twyford Pantry full of delicious recipes. This issue is also packed full of exciting competitions where you could WIN a family of four ticket to watch the MK Dons, WIN a signed book and you have a chance to WIN £25 of Gardening vouchers! If you want to share any exciting news you have with the local community we will do our best to include it in our magazine or on our social media – email me laura@communitycontact.co.uk Thanks Laura and Neil

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Competition Winners! Congratulations to Ian Lissimore who won the MK Dons tickets to a home league game in 2018. The winners of the £25 Buckingham Garden Centre vouchers are Caroline Kemp-Haigh and Jane Atkinson. And finally, Christine Dodds is the winner of our signed book, Fools and Mortals by Bernard Cornwell, donated by Coles Books. Deadline for the Apr-May Issue - Monday 5th March

Food and Drink Guide on pages 32-39

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Special Solution to Loneliness with Man’s Best Friend - Barking Mad

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NEW Organic Colouring system at Red Barn Retreat!

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IPL Hair Removal at Red Barn Retreat

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Intent 2 Improve 14 Day Trial

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Stowe Wedding Fair 2018

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Where to go on Mothers Day

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MK Dons v Portsmouth

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WIN tickets to an MK Dons 2018 Home Game

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Events Calendar

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Featured Events

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In Your Garden with Chris Day from Buckingham Garden Centre

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Win Garden Centre Vouchers

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Food and Drinks Guide

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The Twyford Pantry

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Relay for Life - Cancer Research Event

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The Hidden Quarter Buckingham

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Let Me Be Frank Book Review

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Win a signed copy of Let Me Be Frank by Frank Bruno

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Kids Corner

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Adult Puzzles

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Useful Contact Numbers

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Special Solution to Loneliness with Man’s Best Friend

Have you always wanted a dog but worried you couldn’t look after it full time? A company in Milton Keynes is giving people the chance to dog-sit whilst their owners are on holiday. Barking Mad Milton Keynes offers dog loving people the chance to take in a pooch on a temporary holiday, allowing you to enjoy the social aspects of going out walking and the company of a wagging tail at home. You would also become a member of the Barking Mad family of hosts which meet periodically at organised events. This October Sue has become the proud owner of Barking Mad Milton Keynes. Sue lives in the lovely village of Swanbourne, Bucks where she lives with her Husband Frank, her beloved Monty who is a very energetic Cocker Spaniel and the new addition to the family, a very cheeky British Blue cat called Floyd – named after Franks favourite band ‘Pink Floyd’ and the legendry chef ‘Keith Floyd’. Sue is a passionate animal lover and could never imagine her life without them. Becoming a host by looking after someone else’s dog whilst their owners are away is all set up and organised by Sue, who takes this often-informal arrangement and makes it fully safe, insured and easy to take part in without costing a penny. As a dog holiday host, you provide a loving home environment where your doggy visitor relaxes and feels at home. Regular exercise and companionship is your part of the deal, the transport is dealt with by Sue. There is no need to worry about paperwork or dealing with the customer yourself because Sue takes care of this. All you need to do is meet up with Sue and you agree together; the type of dogs you like and when you are available to look after them. If you would like to find out more about becoming a Barking Mad Host, please give me a call... Sue Garrett on 01908 410908 or 07871 770429 or email sue.garrett@barkingmad.uk.com

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Organic Colouring available at the Red Barn Retreat! At the Red Barn we are always looking for ways to incorporate natural ingredients into our treatments and from 6th February we will be offering all of our clients the opportunity to have their colouring by Organic Colouring Systems. Most hair colour products use harsh chemicals like ammonia that damage hair in the colouring process, stripping hair’s natural health and shine. Organic Colour Systems is different. It is kind to hair and it shows. By using more certified organic ingredients and fewer chemicals than anyone else, they have created an effective way to colour hair as naturally as possible, and because hair responds better to natural ingredients their products give outstanding results. The Organic Colouring system is gentler on hair and locks in colour, moisture and goodness to every strand. So your hair looks naturally healthier and glossier with radiant colour. To book your hair with us call: 01280 702816

IPL Hair Removal Did you know that we offer IPL hair removal at the Red Barn? IPL Stands for Intense Pulsed Light technology and is designed for hair removal, by emitting light at wavelengths that is absorbed by the pigment in the hair follicle, which can disable hair growth and achieve long lasting or permanent hair removal. For best results it is recommended to have 6-10 treatments every 4-6 weeks. Our clients will need to fill out a medical consultation form before your consultation appointment. On the day of your Consultation a patch test will be performed to check you are suitable for the treatment. Does it hurt? Some people describe the light pulse as a slight tingling or stinging sensation, which is usually no more painful than waxing or plucking We are currently offering 10% off IPL Hair Removal treatments with Laura during February We have appointments available and always plenty of parking

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Stowe House Wedding Fair 2018 On Sunday 18th February 2018, Stowe House is opening its doors between 11am – 4pm for it’s annual Wedding Open Day and welcomes you, to take a look around this magnificent 18th Century Mansion. Stowe House recently featured in Season 2 of Netflix’ ‘”The Crown” and is available to hire exclusively for a handful of dates each year for Weddings, Events, filming and photographic projects. This venue is also known as Stowe School and is set amongst 880 acres of National Trust landscaped Gardens, designed by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown, which are steeped in history and romance with the Mansion being the centrepiece. The domed Marble Hall is based on the Pantheon in Rome and makes the most perfect backdrop for any wedding or special occasion, overlooking the South Front lawn and Octagon Lake –this hidden gem could be your own castle for the day! View the intimate, yet grand State Rooms of the mansion and sample the finest selection of handpicked suppliers – the talents of whom the Stowe Team admire! Chat to the dedicated in-house Wedding and Event Coordinators about your special day and wonder the grounds where the photo opportunities are endless. The team at Stowe House, cannot wait to meet you!

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Beautifully Different Gorgeous clothes & accessories

It’s chilly but Spring is on the way! Vibrant colours, soft textures and fabulous new collections in store now. With free parking at both locations, it’s never been so easy to be Beautifully Different. Open Monday to Saturday 10.00am to 5.00pm Delighting Customers since 2007

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4 High Street Winslow 01296 713787 48 Market Place Brackley 01280 711000

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Where to go on Mother’s Day... On Sunday March 11th we will be celebrating Mother’s Day. It’s the one-day where we can really show our mums exactly what they mean to us. Whether it’s giving her a bunch of tulips and a box of chocolates, or a massage at the Red Barn Retreat, let’s take a look where you could take your mum this Mother’s Day…

Afternoon Tea at the Claydon House?

Located in a newly refurbished part of the Courtyard The Phoenix tea rooms serve hot drinks, appetising light lunches and delicious afternoon tea. Many of their cakes are made on the premises and where possible use the freshest most local ingredients we can. Some of their ingredients come from Claydon’s gardens which are only yards away! To enquire all 01296 730252.

A visit to Stowe Landscape Gardens?

Start at the New Inn visitor centre outside the gardens. Treat mum to a delicious slice of cake and a cup of tea in the café before you explore a world of beautiful gardens and 18th Century buildings that Stowe Landscape Gardens has to offer. Your mum will love it! £11.20 per adult | £5.60 Child

A beauty treatment at the Red Barn Retreat?

Discover the Red Barn Retreat surrounded by countryside to give that true sense of tranquility. Treatments available include: Waxing, Nails, Hot Stone Massage, DermaCo high performing facials, Hair, HD Brows and LVL long lasting lash curling without extensions. From just £15!!!

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Saturday 10th February

Kick-off 3pm Tickets prices from

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IT’S COMPETITION TIME!

WIN 4 TICKETS FOR THE HOME GAME OF YOUR CHOICE DURING THE 2017/2018 SEASON AT THE STADIUM:MK All you have to do is answer this simple question:

What was the score when MK Dons beat Manchester United in 2014? A. 1-0 B. 3-1 C.4-0

Email your answer across to us at competitions@communitycontact.co.uk Deadline for entries is 16th March 2018

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expert eyebrow treatment

We offer regrowth and maintenance programmes to assist in creating perfect eyebrows that totally transform your face. We measure your face and features to expertly create the perfect brow for you.

luxury french waxes

Luxury French waxes are used in premium intimate waxing. We use world famous techniques that contribute to a more comfortable, closer and quicker wax. Together it will totally transform any waxing experience you've had in the past. Located in Buckingham.

07921 504 296 Full treatment list available at:

www.tweakbeauty.co.uk or email kate@tweakbeauty.co.uk

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COMMUNITY CONTACT MAGAZINE Open Air Foods will be opening a pop-up cafe at Evenley Wood Gardens again in February. Make sure you go for a walk and a visit. 1st, 2nd, 3rd February The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - Winslow 7.30pm Winslow Public Hall Winslow Players’ annual pantomime ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ Winslow . A matinee performance on the 3rd at 2:30pm, tickets are on sale now at Divine Diva.

What’s On Saturday 24th February Buckingham Food Fair - Community Centre 10am until 3pm Among those taking part this year are Udderly Fresh from Winslow who will be selling their raw milk, Baker and Cake Decorator, Victoria Forward, Replete Flatbreads, Ichai Tea. There will be gin tasting sessions from the Kings Head and the final of the Buckingham Junior Bake Off will be take place.

7th February Childrens local choir! Come and join our choir! Every Wednesday. Email: Suzyasmith@aol.com 4.30pm – 6pm The Centre, Verney Close, Buckingham

Saturday 24th February GRAFT & GROW DAY - Buckingham Garden Centre

10th to 17th February Buckingham Old Gaol Half term activities

11th March Mother’s Day

Tuesday 13th February Annual Pancake Race - Buckingham The annual Pancake Races take place at 11am on the green outside St Peter & St Paul Church, Buckingham. This FREE event is open to everyone and consists of 4 races for different age categories (5 and under, 6-11 year olds, 12-16 year olds and adults). 11am start. 14th February Valentines Day 17th February Lempen Puppet Theatre Stowe Arts 18th February Stowe House Wedding Fair 2018 11am - 4pm Stowe House, Stowe, Buckingham, MK18 5EH 21st February GIN Masterclass - The Crown,Granborough Join us for a fun evening of Gin Tasting, hosted by Fever-Tree. Cost is £35 per person and includes gin and a tapas supper - 01296 670216 Thursday 22nd February To Helen Back - Stowe Arts Friday 23rd February Dr Sam Willis Nelsons Navy History Masterclass Stowe Arts - Stowe School

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4th March In Session with Mali Mae Arts at Stowe · Buckingham

17th March Choir of Clare College - Stowe Arts 17th March 2018 Toyo Tires MSA British Rallycross Championship Silverstone Race Circuit Saturday 24th March Twit Twoo Kids’ Nearly New Sale. SELL - Table hire is £15 & you keep everything you make on the day. Half the tables already sold. BUY - Come and browse 35 tables of nearly new kids’ clothes, toys & equipment at discounted prices. Admission £1.50. 30th March Good Friday

Some future dates for your diary... 14-17th June Buckingham Literary Festival – save the date! 20th July Stowe Open Air Cinema 22nd to 23rd September 2018 Relay for Life for Cancer Research We are looking for teams to join the event over the next few months to help us fundraise. For more information email: Relaybucks2018@gmail.com or Phone: 07811 389791 or visit our facebook page: BuckinghamRelay

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PETER BASSETT LTD Your Local Stockists of: Car & Caravan Accessories Towing Equipment

we are open to the public with trade prices!

Tools & Power Tools from Sealey Teng Bosch Draper Workwear & Safety Boots Batteries Oils Car Care Products Only 1.5 miles from Buckingham on the A422. Ample free parking

Scires Farm Bufflers Holt Buckingham MK18 5DN Tel: 01280 817174 www.peterbassett.co.uk

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IN YOUR GARDEN

Topical advice from Buckingham Garden Centre’s, Chris Day

EASY FRUIT TO GROW THIS YEAR Quite an unexpected and random question came across our Christmas dinner table recently, writes Chris Day. “Where do Cranberries come from?” “Geographically or where exactly from the garden” I replied. Cranberries are so taken for granted on the table yet I suspect few people have seen them grow to maturity outside. Perhaps the reason we don’t see them regularly is that these shrubby fruit bushes are native to North America and almost all fruit consumed in Britain is imported. So, that begs the question could you grow them here in the UK? Well, the answer is a resounding ‘Yes’ you can, however, they do need some specific treatment, but if you already grow Blueberries then Cranberries should be just as easy! THE TRICK IS THE SOIL... These plants are acid loving (so lime-hating) so you need to grow them in an ericaceous compost in either pots or in a raised bed where the soil is to their liking, unless your garden soil is acid and water retaining. As well as a specific soil they also do prefer rain water in preference to tap water, again because of the pH of the water supply, so have your water butts filled and ready to go for the growing season. Cranberries need plenty of water as in their native surroundings they grow in peat bogs. The plants are easily obtained and the variety ‘Early Black’ is the one you will come across and this is self-fertile so you don’t need to worry about pollinators. The plant itself is short and scrambling in habit, a true groundcover plant which will quickly cover its allocated area. It is worth combining the upright habit of Blueberries with the prostrate habit of Cranberries if space is short as they grow well together. Keep the plants well feed from April through until September using a high potash tomato feed, preferably one containing seaweed extract to help keep the leaves green and healthy. Cranberries produce their fruits from late summer onwards so you can start producing delicious jelly for the festive season. THERE IS NO DOUBT... When we think of summer fruiting crops it is Strawberries that often come out as the clear winner. However, Raspberries continue to perform well and especially where space is short you will probably gain a more bountiful crop per square metre from Raspberries than Strawberries. Both benefit from being established during the dormant season as bare-rooted plants. Both of these crops give their best in full sunlight so make sure you have a light open location and for both prepare the soil well working in some good compost, Tree, Shrub & Rose Planting Compost (or similar) or some well-rotted manure, if you can

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FEBRUARY - MARCH 2018 get hold of it, to give the plants the best possible start. A dusting of Bonemeal and RootGrow ® in the planting holes wouldn’t go amiss either.active growth with regular watering and feeding. They should give you beautiful flowers for the late winter/early spring. Place hyacinths in a cool, bright place in the home. If it’s too warm, the leaves will elongate and the flowers will fade quickly. Cyclamen persicum appreciates a cool room with good light. If leaves on cyclamen start to turn yellow, this may be a sign of overwatering. Always water from below (into the saucer), and allow the plant to drink for up to half an hour before pouring away the excess water left in the saucer - wetting the leaves can easily result in fungal infections and rotting off. LET’S START WITH STRAWBERRIES There are plenty of good delicious tasting varieties available, most are summer cropping which means you should be able to secure a crop from early to mid-June onwards (or earlier under cloches). One of the earliest varieties is ‘Cambridge Favourite’, followed by ‘Elsanta’ (pictured), then ‘Hapil’ and ‘Symphony’ take you into the late season. For best results plant the ‘crowns’ (the plants) at soil level (never any deeper) at 40cm apart and allow 1m between the rows. You need to give the plants space to develop and allow the process of placing straw between the rows to be easily done as this will help keep the fruits off the soil as they develop, as well as helping deter slugs and snails, their main pest. Water well through the spring to help establishment, then an occasional liquid feed as soon as the plants begin to flower will help the fruits to develop and the enjoyment of picking will come around quicker than you think. TWO DISTINCTIVE TYPES OF RASPBERRIES... When it comes to Raspberries there are two distinct types – those which crop in the summer and those which fruit in the late summer/autumn. Both need quite different treatment, so do check the variety you are growing for the pruning needs are quite specific. All summer cropping varieties produce fruits on canes (shoots) that were produced the previous summer so it is important you cut out the redundant shoots that have already cropped and tie in and identify those shoots that will carry the crop for the following year. You will still need to feed the plants in the early spring to encourage these shoots to flower and fruit well, but also you want to encourage the following year’s shoots too! Good summer croppers include ‘Glen Ample’, ‘Glen Lyon’, ‘Mailing Jewel’, ‘Octavia’ and ‘Tulameen’. LATE SUMMER/AUTUMN CROPPING VARIETIES... They are much easier to maintain as these plants crop on shoots produced in the same year. You would simply cut back all the shoots to near soil level in the late autumn once the fruits have been picked and then generously mulch. All the shoots to develop then can be tied in and you then can enjoy the crop from late August onwards. To advertise call 07882 194830 or visit www.communitycontact.co.uk

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COMMUNITY CONTACT MAGAZINE Good varieties to consider are ‘Autumn Bliss’, ‘Joan J’ (pictured) and ‘Polka’. All Raspberries are best planted 45cm (18in) apart allowing 150cm (5ft) between the rows. The soil should always be well-worked with good generous amounts of compost incorporated into the ground. However avoid over-wet or waterlogged conditions as this crop hates such conditions. Finally, don’t miss out on the bare-root planting season for your Raspberries and strawberries, however, Cranberries are sold pot grown so you can plant them at any time! Raspberries and strawberries are also sold in pots but are more expensive to buy this way.

GRAFT AND GROW DAY - SATURDAY 24th FEBRUARY 2018 - 10am - 4pm Our celebration of ‘Grow Your Own’ features an apple scion wood exchange with The Mid-Shire Orchard Group. We will also have grafting demonstrations throughout the day and you can get a tree grafted if you bring in your own scion wood – a good way to propagate a good variety – even if you don’t know its name. You can gain some top expert vegetable growing advice from the members of the local Bucks National Vegetable Society. Plus, you will be able to purchase rootstocks, fruit trees and seeds too! There will be a charity Tombola and the launch of our School Challenge for 2018.

WIN A £25 GARDEN CENTRE VOUCHER

We’ve teamed up with Buckingham Garden Centre so two lucky readers have a chance to win one of two vouchers! To enter, simply answer the following question; The only fruit to have seeds on the outside is: A. Pineapple B. Strawberry C. Raspberry Email your answer with your details to: competitions@communitycontact.co.uk or send your answer together with your name and address to Community Contact Magazine Competition, Buckingham Garden Centre, Tingewick Road, Buckingham MK18 4AE.

The closing date for entries is the 16th March 2018

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Restaurant / Cafe

Disabled Access

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Real Ale

Free Wifi

Home Delivery

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Delicatessen

Open Air Foods - Buckingham

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Fusing together a passion for cooking alongside superb skills gained over the years to create fantastic, fresh and flavoursome food for private parties, street events and outdoor markets.

t. 01280 811200 e. info@openairfoods.com w. www.openairfoods.com facebook. @openairfoods Manor Farm, Bourton Road, Buckingham, MK18 1DS

The Direct Pizza Company

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Takeaway collection | Free delivery within 4 miles Online ordering available | Two for One Tuesday Every Tuesday | Collection Deal - £8.99 any pizza, any size | 25% off pizza when you spend £30 or more

t. 01280 824894 e. directpizza1@gmail.com w. www.thedirectpizzaco.co.uk The Direct Pizza Company 25 Hillcrest Way, Buckingham, MK18 1UH

The Peri-Peri Chicken Company

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The grilled chicken comes in 4 levels of hotness..... Can you handle the heat? Free delivery within 4 miles | Online ordering available | Open noon till midnight every day

t. 01280 815522 e. theperiperi@live.co.uk w. www.theperiperi.co.uk The Peri-Peri Company, 4 Homeground, Buckingham, MK18 1UH

The Farm Deli - Winslow

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If you’re shopping or you just want to think about t. 01296 712466 what to take home, take the time for a cuppa and a facebook. @thefarmdeliwinslow home-baked pastry or a slice of cake? Take a seat and contemplate the range of delicious treats in the store. The Farm Deli, 14 High Street Winslow, Buckinghamshire, MK18 3HF

Prego, Italian Restaurant

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Friendly Mediterranean restaurant open for lighter bites, lunches and dinner, or just relax with a drink. Looking for a private function room? The Prego Wine Bar is available, contact us for details.

t. 01280 821205 e. mail@pregorestaurants.com w. www.pregorestaurants.com Prego, 4 High Street, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, MK18 1NT

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The Black Boy, Oving In the heart of rural Buckinghamshire, The Black

Contact Information t. 01296 641258

Boy was built circa 1524. Serving amazing food and e. hello@theblackboyoving.co.uk drink in this unique setting, The Black Boy is a place w. www.theblackboyoving.co.uk you need to visit. Church Lane, Oving,

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food & drink. impeccable service.

The Black Boy, Church Lane, Oving, (Nr) Aylesbury, Bucks, HP22 4HN


FEBRUARY - MARCH 2018 The White Hart - Preston Bissett

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A thatched country pub in Preston Bissett, Buckinghamshire serving hearty meals, fine wines & ales. First Friday of each month Lunch Special Special low cost 3 course meal for all to enjoy.

t. 01280 847969 or 07775 625355 e. tim.north@me.com w. www.thewhitehart.pub The White Hart Pub, Pound Lane, Preston Bissett, Buckinghamshire MK18 4LX

The Sow and Pigs - Poundon

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The home of swine dining. Serving great beer & homemade food. Food service (Opening Hours) Wed to Sat: 18:00 to 21:00 | Sat: 12:00 to 14:00 Sun: 12:00 to 16:00 | Mon: 18:00 to 21:00

t. 01869 277728 e. sowandpigspoundon@btinternet.com w. www.sowandpigspoundon.co.uk The Sow & Pigs, Main Street, Poundon, Oxon, OX27 9BA

The Crown Inn - Twyford

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Classic English pub situated in the heart of the countryside, serving excellent real ales in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Live Sky and BT Sports, Pool Table and Darts. Large room for hire.

t. 01296 730216 e. contact@thecrowntwyford.co.uk w. www.thecrowntwyford.co.uk The Crown Inn, The Square, Twyford, Buckinghamshire MK18 4EG

The Woolpack - Buckingham

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Friendly, welcoming community pub that offers a great dining experience. Traditional British features with contemporary trends. Customers are met with a relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere.

t. 01280 817972 e. mail@buckinghamwoolpack.co.uk w. www.woolpackbuckingham.co.uk The Woolpack, 57 Well Street, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, MK18 1EP

LARDER CAFÉ M A N O R FA R M

The Larder Cafe

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A small, family run business with a quality of produce and farm to fork ethos being the top of our priorities. Serving breakfasts and lunch every Friday & Saturday from 8 a.m.

t. 07954 152172 e. bourtonfarmedfoods@gmail.com w. www.bourtonfarmedfoods.co.uk Manor Farm, Bourton Buckingham, MK18 7DS

The Old Thatched Inn, Adstock

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A countryside gastro-pub, offering its customers a unique blend of high quality dining in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Open 7 days a week serving locally sourced food.

t. 01296 712584 w. www.theoldthatchedinn.co.uk The Old Thatched Inn Main Street Adstock Buckinghamshire, MK18 2JN

The Crown, Granborough A charming and attractive, restored village pub offering high quality dining in a relaxed setting. Curry Club, Gin and Wine nights are a huge hit and should not be missed.

Contact Information t. 01296 670216 e. info@thecrowngranborough.co.uk w. www.thecrowngranborough.co.uk Winslow Road Granborough Buckinghamshire, MK18 3NJ

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/theblackboyoving

dining this summer

beautiful setting, great food & drink. impeccable service. Tel: 01296 641 258 hello@theblackboyoving.co.uk The Black Boy, Church Lane, Oving, (Nr) Aylesbury, Bucks, HP22 4HN FANTASTIC VIEWS | SEASONAL MENU | TRADITIONAL PIZZAS WITH TAKE-AWAY | SUPERB SUNDAY ROASTS | GREAT BEERS & WINES

www.theblackboyoving.co.uk

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Tel: 01296 641 258 hello@theblackboyoving.co.uk The Black Boy, Church Oving, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP22 4HN ASSISTANT. A NURSE, WORK IN THE POLICE, EMERGENCY SERVICES, ARMED FORCES,Lane, COMMUNITY CARE(Nr) WORKER, PRISON OFFICER, TEACHER / TEACHING

*Photo ID must be shown for proof of career. Offer is for one person, one meal per day. This cannot be used with any other offer. Please ask a member of the team for more info.

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SEASONAL MENU DAILY SPECIALS SUNDAY ROAST BURGER NIGHT EACH MONDAY STEAK NIGHT EACH THURSDAY PUB OPEN

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The Sow & Pigs "the home of swine dining"

POUNDON OX27 9BA | 01869 277728

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Dentistry as it should be Services available at the practice include General and preventative dentistry, chiropody, osteopathy and beauty spa

“Caring approach from Claydon Dental Tea m. Friendly, helpful staff with a professional attitude to patients.�

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The Twyford Pantry Happy New Year! Hope you all had a great Christmas celebration however you spent it. Needless to say December 2017 was the best month of my life becoming Mrs Hodges and with all the love and support we received from our family and friends, it was everything we hoped for. Then to visit Rome and come back for Christmas it was truly magical. Like Christmas though it all comes to an end and the New Year kicks in with a focus on the year ahead. Some of you will be on a health kick, some with new ambitions and some happy with how life is anyway. These next couple of months have some lovely dates in the diary to

Lazy Brunchtime Baked Smoked Haddock and Egg Pots (serves 4/half for 2)

get creative in the kitchen Valentine’s Day, Pancake Day, Chinese New Year and Mother’s Day, even Easter at the end of March!. I’ve picked some recipes to double up the love and either be used for Valentines or Mother’s Day plus a healthy treat for those of you giving a Vegan diet a go! Whatever gets you in the kitchen, enjoy your cooking and make it a place to have fun. See you in the Springtime! Love Tina x

and put them in a small roasting tin. Divide the haddock between the dishes. Beat the cream with the mustard, lots of pepper and a little salt. Break an egg into each dish and pour over the cream mixture until all the yolks are just covered. Drop another small knob of butter into each ramekin. Pour hot water from a kettle into the roasting tin so it comes 2cm up the sides of the ramekins. Carefully put in the oven and bake for around 2025 minutes or until the eggs are just set. Sprinkle with chives and serve with toast and a lot of love!

Ingredients Small knob of butter 200g skinless smoked haddock cut into chunks 200ml double cream 2 tsp Dijon mustard 4 medium eggs Small bunch chives, chopped Toast to serve

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Festive Leftover Stuffed Chicken and Roast Potatoes (serves 4)

Method... Heat the oven to 190C/fan 170C/gas 5. Butter 4 small ovenproof dishes or ramekins (about 150ml)

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FEBRUARY - MARCH 2018 Ingredients For the chicken: 4 chicken breasts 4 tbsp leftover Boursin/Camembert/flavoured cream cheese 2 tbsp cranberry jelly or sauce 8 slices Parma ham

Vegan Coconut Vienetta Ice Cream (serves 6)

For the festive potatoes: 500g frozen roast potatoes or fresh and par boiled if you prefer 85g pack of sage and onion stuffing mix 2 tbsp olive oil Ingredients ½ lemon, juiced 320 g tin coconut condensed milk (available from 100g bag rocket amazon or Asian supermarkets) 600 ml coconut cream (2 1/2 cups) 120 g 70% cocoa vegan chocolate (4 1/4 oz) Method... Heat oven to 200C/180C fan/gas 6. Toss the frozen 1/2 cup shaved coconut flakes/chips or part boiled potatoes in the stuffing mix, tip into a roasting tin, drizzle over the olive oil, season and Refrigerate the coconut cream and condensed roast for 30 mins. milk the night before. Melt the chocolate in bowl Cut the chicken breasts in half horizontally, carefully cutting halfway through, and open them out like a book. Spread 1 tbsp soft cheese and ½ tbsp cranberry inside each chicken breast. Close the breasts, then wrap each in a slice of Parma ham, skewer with 2 cocktail sticks if necessary. Line a baking tray with foil and put the chicken breasts on top. Once the potatoes have been cooking for 10 mins, put the chicken tray in and cook for the remaining 20 mins. Remove the chicken and potatoes, and toss the potatoes with the lemon juice and rocket.

over boiling water – not letting the bowl touch the water. Using an electric whisk, whisk the condensed milk and coconut cream until thick and creamy. Line a small loaf tin with baking paper. Sprinkle some coconut flakes in the tin and drizzle some melted chocolate over the flakes. Scoop 1/3 of the coconut mixture into the bottom of the loaf tin and spread to cover the base of the tin. Use a spoon to drizzle 1/4 of the chocolate over the ice cream. Scatter with 1/4 of the coconut flakes. Repeat for the remaining layers. Finally top with the remaining chocolate. Place cling film over the top of the tin and refrigerate

for a minimum of 6 hours before serving. Before Serve the oozing chicken breasts with the potatoes serving let the ice cream sit at room temperature on the side. for 10 minutes then turn out onto a plate and source: www.bbcgoodfood.com slice to serve or simply scoop from the tin. source: www.deliciouslyeveryday.com To advertise call 07882 194830 or visit www.communitycontact.co.uk

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WEBB’S CARPENTRY Carpentry & Joinery Kitchens UPVC Fitting & Repairs Glazing Garage Doors Fencing Property Maintenance

Your local carpet and flooring showroom

Please get in touch for a free, no obligation quote

Unit 6 Ball Moor, Buckingham Industrial Est, Buckingham MK18 1RT

07921 167252 www.facebook.com/webbscarpentrybucks

Tel: 01280 817742 Visit us from 9am every Tuesday to Saturday

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Independent specialists for volkswagen, audi, seaT and skoda Servicing, repairs, diagnostic testing, MoTs, tyres, air-con specialising in R8, RS & S models. 5A HigH Street • WHitcHurcH • BuckS • HP22 4Ju

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FEBRUARY - MARCH 2018 The 7th Cancer Research UK Relay for Life, Buckingham will be taking place at Bourton Meadow Academy over the 22nd and 23rd September 2018. We are looking for teams to join us for our funfilled event so why not get together with your friends, family, work colleagues or social group and join in. We are looking for teams of 6-15 people, of all ages, fitness levels and from all walks of life to enter Relay, a unique celebration of life and hope which unites communities to help beat over 200 types of cancer. Participants are asked to fundraise in the months before Relay - it’s a great chance to get together with your friends and family and have fun while raising money for a great cause. After all the dedicated work put into fundraising, we invite all teams to come together for Relay weekend to celebrate their efforts over the previous months. During Relay itself, team members take it in turns to walk round a track while everyone else enjoys a wide range of fun activities on offer. As Relay for Life is non-stop through the night, team members not on the track can take turns to enjoy the festivities, rest, eat, or sleep in their tents set up close by. As dusk falls, the atmosphere quietens for the most poignant part of Relay for Life - the Candle of Hope ceremony - to begin. Specially made Candle of Hope bags - decorated with touching messages in memory or in celebration of loved ones - are filled with sand and lit up with candles around the Relay field. Money raised through Relay funds the work of thousands of scientists, doctors and nurses dedicated to saving lives by preventing, controlling and curing all cancers. Thanks to Cancer Research UK, more people are surviving cancer than ever before. Survival rates have doubled over the last 40 years and the charity’s work has been at the heart of that progress. Future donations will help them continue their research. Relay for Life has been going for over 12 years in Buckingham and each year we welcome back returning Relayers. This year, we also want to introduce Relay to those who have yet to experience it and are encouraging new people to join. We are holding information events in Buckingham throughout January/February so please come along and find out more - details are on our Facebook page, or email/phone us for further information. Once signed up, our dedicated committee of volunteers will guide you through everything you need to know about Relay and support you with your fundraising efforts. Email: Relaybucks2018@gmail.com Phone: 07811 389791 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BuckinghamRelay/

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Most babies learn best when they see, hear, feel, touch, taste and smell.

Sneak a peek, it’s all amazing! Our multi-award winning classes will introduce you and your baby (or babies) to a world of sensory delights, where you can relax, spend quality time with each other and enjoy meeting other new parents. Specifically designed from birth to aid your child’s development, the programme is packed with an incredible variety of sounds, smells, sights, textures, music, dance, signing and massage – and you’ll never experience the same class twice.

To find out more:

Call Katherine on: 07876 643276 Email Katherine :

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Lace Hill Community Centre Buckingham

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McTimoney Chiropractor

Appointments in Buckingham. Mobile appointments are also offered. Subject to availability.

Contact Michelle on: 07834 762024 Or email: mail@innatachiropractic.co.uk

www.innatachiropractic.co.uk Michelle Hodges MChiro MMCA GCC Registration Number 04107

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LET ME BE FRANK BY FRANK BRUNO Format: Hardback 1st Edition ISBN: 9781907324710 Price: £20.00 Hand Signed by Frank Bruno to the End Paper Available from Cole’s Books, Bicester

Let Me Be Frank is the new book from one of the world’s sporting greats. A deeply personal story, Bruno talks about his battle with mental illness, his time inside a mental facility, the impact his illness has had on his family and his career – and his long road back to stability. Now ready to talk about the condition that devastated his world – Frank’s story offers his own unique perspective on living with bipolar disorder. His fears, his triumphs and the great affection he feels for the legion of fans he has to this day. His aim is to give others hope and inspiration. “Ever since I retired, one thing has stood between me and being the man I want to be. My mind.” “In the end it saw me locked up against my will and pumped full of so many drugs I didn’t have the strength to stand. When I am in the grip of my bipolar disorder and the drugs are pickling my brain I am unable to stand for days. But I will always get back up. It is the only way I know.” “Depression comes from nowhere. From the shadows. How can you defend yourself from a punch you can’t see?”

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WIN THIS SIGNED BOOK JUST ANSWER THIS QUESTION

IN WHICH YEAR DID FRANK BRUNO BECOME WBC HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION? Tell us your answer on Facebook or email us at competitions@communitycontact.co.uk KINDLY DONATED BY COLE’S BOOKS DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES - 16th MARCH 2018

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trail nudists (anag) (13) 7. Shining (7) 12. Meat on the bone served in barbecue sauce (5,3) 13. Motorbike passenger attachment (7) 15. Beer (6) 18. Tempo — drug (5) 19. Soviet Union’s official news agency (4)

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Country Equestrian Horse, Pet and Poultry

Tack Shop & Country Store

Gifts, gift vouchers and cards. Country and riding clothing, footwear, leatherwork, stable and yard accessories. Pet and poultry feed and accessories. ALSO IN STOCK: horse, dog, cat, small Farmgate Layers Pellets animal, poultry and wild bird food. Hay, 20kg £8.95, Farmgate straw, shavings and haylage. Mixed Corn 20kg £8.75 Sow & Pigs Public House POUNDON

Country Equestrian Car park

Home Farm

From Marsh Gibbon 1 mile

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From Twyford 1.5 miles

Open 8.30 to 5.00 Monday to Saturday Ample customer parking

Home Farm, Poundon, OX27 9AY Tel: 01869 277742 info@countryequestrianltd.co.uk www.countryequestrianltd.co.uk

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Useful Contacts Doctor’s surgeries Masonic House Surgery: 01280 816450 Norden House Surgery: 01296 713434 Northend Surgery Buckingham: 01280 818600 Northend Surgery Steeple Claydon: 01296 733300 Verney Close Practice: 01280 822777 Winslow Health Centre: 01296 714777 Emergency services Bicester Police Station: 01865 841148 Buckingham Police – dial 101 for non-emergencies 999 for all emergencies Milton Keynes Hospital: 01908 660033 Stoke Mandeville hospital: 01296 315000 Buckingham Community Hospital: 01280 813243 Wycombe Hospital: 01494 526161 Bicester Community Hospital: 01869 604000 John Radcliffe Hospital – Oxford: 01865 741166 Crime Stoppers: 0800 555111 Drugs Help line: 0800 776600 Anti Bullying Help Line: 0808 800 2222 NHS Out of Hours: 111 RSPCA Emergency: 0300 1234999 Anglian Water Flood Line: 0800 771 881 Cancer support groups Macmillan Support: 0300 100 0200 Marie Curie: 0800 716 146 Florence Nightingale: 01296 332600 Post offices Tingewick: 01280 848374 Buckingham post office: 01280 813506 Steeple Claydon: 01296 738357 Winslow post office: 01296 712900

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