Look Local Magazine, Issue 116, July 2022

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July 2022 - Issue 116

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Welcome to the July issue of Look Local Magazine.


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Did you know its National BBQ Week from 4th July, so there’s no time like the present to fire up the old smoky joe and chuck on some delicious summer grub. Not that us Brits need an excuse to dine alfresco as soon as the sun shines! For those of you who haven’t joined the 8.8 million Brits set to go meat-free this year (up 22% YOY)*, turn to page 8 for a SPECIAL DISCOUNT off your first order at Waterperry Farm Shop. They sell a huge variety of homegrown meats from their family farm in the Oxfordshire countryside as well as eggs, pies and eco-refill whole-foods. For those who have opted for a vegan or vegetarian diet or have BBQ guests who are and are struggling for ideas on what to cook, turn to page 9 for a delicious meat-free burger option from plant-based food brand Gourmet Garden. They have created a vast selection of vegan burgers, fillet pieces, mince and sausages and their website contains loads of recipe inspiration, so check them out. It is also time for us to get out and enjoy some foot-stomping, heart-pounding, head-bobbing, local music as festival season is well and truly upon us! Saturday 9th July sees the return of Thame Town Music Festival, with venues across the town and a main stage next to the town hall promising to come alive with a wonderful array of live music. The much-loved and much-missed, Towersey Festival returns in August after a 2 year hiatus (due to covid) in the new location of Claydon Country Estate in Buckinghamshire. It is set to be bigger and better than ever offering a genuine community of music, creativity, friendship, and fun. Turn to our Sound of Music feature on pages 14/15 for more information on both of these festivals. And whilst on the subject of the arts and entertainment, we have another competition for you! Courtesy of the Thame Players Theatre, we have a Family Ticket to giveaway to one of their fantastic shows. Turn to page 17 to enter. As always, please continue to shop and support local when requiring any services or looking for places to visit, and if you are a local business looking to promote your services do get in touch and/or follow us on Social Media - I am always happy to share your news online.

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Baby Sensory, the multi-award winning programme for babies from birth to 13 months. If you are looking for an exciting, sociable weekly class which will be fun for you and your baby AND will help with your baby’s development this is the class for you!


In the classes you can expect light shows, puppets, bubbles, exercise, musical fun, baby signing, massage, parachutes and much more! Classes are an hour long with a mixture of structured sensory activities as well as developmental play time giving parents a chance to chat and meet new friends. Every week is different, usually with a theme, so you and your baby can have a whole year of exciting and new activities to look forward to each week. Each activity is designed to support learning and development in some way, while also having fun! What makes Baby Sensory unique is that every activity has been carefully designed to stimulate your baby’s senses as well as baby’s cognitive and physical development. Behind every Baby Sensory session, there’s an incredibly detailed lesson plan backing up everything your baby touches, sees, hears, smells and feels. Baby Sensory provides ideas for creative play, massage, tummy time, movement, visual development, textures, scents and music in simple practical ways that can be easily repeated at home. We also use a combination of original and traditional songs and rhymes to develop early speech and language skills, and sensory signing activities to help you and your baby communicate from birth..

Why attend one of our award-winning Baby Sensory classes? An educational, interactive and developmental programme, which will help your baby learn and develop important skills. Every class has been carefully designed, planned and researched by Dr Lin Day with you and your baby’s needs in mind. Classes built on your baby’s natural play-rest-play cycle to ensure they are not overstimulated. An ideal place to meet new parents, ask questions, share ideas, experiences and memories together. Highly trained Class Leaders who are all DBS checked. Received the Gold Award accreditation with the Children’s Activities Association (CAA) - peace of mind for parents.


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Sound of Music

elcome to our July music page. Here you will find information on local musical events, upcoming concerts and where to find the best music tuition in the area.


Thame has a variety of fantastic opportunities for budding musicians who wish to join together with other like-minded people. From bands to choirs to bell ringing! We also host a huge variety of annual musical events.


hame Town Music Festival

- After the huge success of the last few years TTMF will take place on Saturday 9 July 2022!

With venues across the town and a main stage next to the town hall this promises to be a wonderful array of live music – Everyone is welcome to come along! The main objectives of the festival are: - To further enrich the cultural life and reputation of Thame as a vibrant, diverse, and enthusiastic community. - To give original artists a platform to perform in a quality setting to a supportive and engaged audience. - To continue the FTMC mission of promoting live music performance in Thame. - To support the local economy and small retail businesses particularly Thame High Street.


- To kick start a fund/campaign to create a performance venue for Thame. In addition to all of the fantastic local venues and main stage this year’s event will also include a ‘BBC Introducing’ stage near the centre of the town. This will be a fantastic opportunity to see some of the county’s best up and coming emerging talent. In the centre of the town there will be an eclectic mix of food and drink outlets which will cover all tastes. There will be a huge array of acts performing at this years event, 60 acts over 10 stages, including: Big Country, Rusty Shackle, James Kirby, Celtic Heartbeat, The Dung Beatles, The Hornbrokers and many many more! To find out more please visit: www.thametownmusicfestival.org

Towersey Fest

ival 2022 After having to take a break for the last couple of years due to Covid restrictions this wonderful festival will be back on the August Bank Holiday weekend 2022! It promises to be bigger and better than ever and the festival will be held in the fantastic Claydon Country Estate in Buckinghamshire. Towersey is the perfect weekend for festival first timers

Entertainment and seasoned festival goers alike. It’s a festival for everyone, from small kids to grandparents, a place you can create family memories together. Or come alone and you will feel part of the bigger Towersey family from the moment you arrive. All those who come to Towersey feel a sense of ownership and community. It truly is your festival. The festival is an experience which will live with you forever, provide you with life-long friends and ensure there is nowhere else in the world you would rather be on the August Bank Holiday! Set in the beautiful Claydon country estate, Towersey Festival is a true/ genuine community of music, creativity, friendship, and fun. Their packed programme includes 4 days of music, dance, spoken word & comedy, food, real ale & cider, crafts, games, workshops, and fun for all ages whilst camping under the stars with family and friends.

Regular Local Live Music The First Thursday Music Club

FTMC have now moved home, after 10 great years at the Stables behind the James Figg pub they have now relocated to a bigger room at Thame Snooker Club in central Thame. The room can hold a lot more people, there is a stage and room for instruments, the artists, and the sound guys. The club have their own dedicated bar and loos. There is also ample free parking right outside. The dates are on the first Thursday of each month. Please search ‘The First Thursday Music Club’. via Facebook for further information.

Friday At The Fish Open Mic! The next Friday at the Fish open mic will take place on Friday 15th July at The Old Fisherman, Shabbington (near Thame. This is a totally free event and a wonderful opportunity to perform or just come along to watch the huge host of local musical talent.

Towersey is a grown-up, easy-going festival that encourages you to act like a child, sing your heart out, learn new things and dance like no-one is watching, whilst enjoying the comforts of an immaculate site, clean toilets, warm showers, allocated camping pitches and the option to keep your car near your tent.

The music kicks off from 8pm onwards with 20 minute slots given on a pre-booked basis, though some availability may be left on the night.

Just some of the fantastic artists this year include: Bill Bailey, Del Amitri, Imelda May, Kate Rusby, Howard Jones Acoustic Trio, Eddi Reader and much more!

This feature is brought to you by Simon Markland of Thame Music Academy

It is the UK’s longest running independent festival – family run since 1965 and leading the way on festival sustainability, discovery, and participation. For further info or to purchase tickets please visit: www.towerseyfestival.com

To find our more please search ‘Friday At The Fish’ via Facebook.

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in our region

Princes Risborough’s Summer Town Festival returns... Saturday 2nd July – Saturday 9th July | Risborough Town Centre Princes Risborough’s Summer Town Festival takes place between Saturday 2nd July – Saturday 9th July and includes over 75 events throughout the week for the community to enjoy. Organised & predominately funded by the Town Council, the annual festival relies on the support of local businesses and sponsors for the week-long programme of events in which local businesses, clubs, and organisations open their doors to offer free taster sessions and activities. The week of events sees the return of regular favourites along with new events that have been added just for 2022. With so much on offer, there is bound to be something for everyone in this year’s programme of community led events. The week culminates in Festival Saturday on 9th July with the High Street playing host to live music and performances on the Main Stage. This is a free event that is aimed at bringing our wonderful community together. For more information on the festival visit www.princesrisboroughtowncouncil.gov.uk or the Town Council social media channels Facebook: risboroughtowncouncil, Instagram: princesrisboroughtc, or Twitter: princesris

Sue Ryder seeks sponsors for Starlight Hike... Healthcare charity Sue Ryder is searching for local businesses and organisations to sponsor its inaugural Sue Ryder Starlight Hike Thames Valley fundraising event this October. The 5k walk under the stars, which will take place in the beautiful grounds of Pangbourne College on Saturday 22nd October, promises to be a special evening of celebration and reflection. And it is hoped that hundreds of individuals, families and friends from the local community will get together to remember and celebrate the memory of loved ones, raise funds and help Sue Ryder create a future where everyone has access to care and support at the end of their life. Last year Sue Ryder provided over 830,000 hours of care to thousands of families across the country, including from its Sue Ryder Duchess of Kent Hospice in Reading and Sue Ryder Palliative Care Hub South Oxfordshire. Securing sponsorship for Sue Ryder Starlight Hike Thames Valley will mean that Sue Ryder is able to provide even more expert and compassionate care, including ensuring that the end of people’s lives are filled with friendship, family and love in those final moments together. Community Fundraiser Meghan Bentley said: “On average, the Government provides only one third of the funding needed for palliative care services across the UK and so Sue Ryder must rely on fundraising activities, voluntary donations and generosity of its supporters to cover the remaining costs. Having sponsors for Sue Ryder Starlight Hike Thames Valley will make a real difference and help Sue Ryder to continue to be there when it matters.” For more detailed information about sponsorship and the event, contact the fundraising team on www.thamesvalley.fundraising@sueryder.org or call 01189 550433.

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COMPETITION WHAT’S ON at the PLAYERS THEATRE in THAME Tuesday 5th to Saturday 9th July

Nobody’s Perfect by Simon Williams Love Is All Around, a feminist publishing house is running a competition to find new romantic fiction. To avoid gender bias, Leonard Loftus submits his novel under a female pseudonym, Myrtle Banbury. When ‘she’ wins first prize, Leonard’s problems begin and get worse when he falls in love with Harriet, who runs the company. In high heels and lipstick, he is caught in a hilarious dilemma of cross-dressing and crosspurposes. Tickets £8 - £10 from Thame Town Hall, tel: 01844 212833, or online at thameplayers.co.uk Saturday 16th July between 10am and 4pm

Thame Players Open Day Interested in theatre? Wondered what goes on backstage or how a production is put together? Like to become involved with a thriving drama group? Thame Players welcome you to their theatre to show you around. Free entry. Friday 29th July at 7.45pm

Midsomer Music and More A musical journey on the theremin with Lydia Kavina and a talk on the Magic of Midsomer by Tony Long Lydia is one of the world’s leading theremin performers, the instrument used in the title music of the ITV detective series, Midsomer Murders. Her performance will show the theremin’s versatility. Tony Long will talk about the history of Midsomer Murders and Thame’s involvement in its filming. Tickets £10 from Thame Town Hall, tel: 01844 212833, or online at thameplayers.co.uk

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For a chance to win complimentary tickets for a family of four to a Thame

For a chance to WIN complimentary tickets for a family of four to a Players’ production * answer the following question: Thame Players’ production* answer the following question: Who is a leading performer of the theremin?

Q: Who is aanswer leading performer of and the theremin? Email your with your name address to info@look-localmagazine.co.uk by 31st July.

Email your answer with your name and address to *There are five Thame Players’ productions a year. info@look-localmagazine.co.uk by 31st July.See website for details. *There are five Thame Payers’ productions a year. See website for details.

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Home & Garden

Look locally over the garden gate with Lucie Giselle Ponsford

July’s plant in focus is Buddleja (the butterfly bush)... beautiful racemes of drooping purple spires, composite with many hundreds of flowers per bloom, all with a tubular yellow-eyed centre; covered in butterflies and buzzing with bees against the summer sun. Their lanceolate leaves show their silver underside in the gentle breeze, held high on strong woody stems stretching up and away. I can even hear the crickets in the rough grass of the scrubland they so readily colonise, I know you can too! What I love about plants is their propensity to awe and amaze us with their diversity, evolved over millennia in species and more recently with our cultivars in careful and deliberate cross-breeding. The buddleja is one such species, with a cousin overseas you might not have come across? Buddleja davidii is a plant we all know and love, for the most part. Admittedly they have a brutal power as a pioneer weed along our train lines and in fact anywhere! However, I like to think that love overrides when they bloom, as the nectar bar sustains our red admiral butterflies and other species of that beautiful insect. But I also want to give a shout-out to the lesser-known Chilean species. The earlier flowering orange ball or buddlejaglobosa. Now is the time to prune that giant in the garden and really, they can be a huge beautiful profusion of bee-filled, bright citrus orange orbs against the spring sky. They no doubt came from the same evolution of plants that spread and colonised the single continent land mass of Pangea, as they are found in the temperate corridor regions of South America, Africa and Asia; I love how their colours have adapted to the light levels of their respective origins. The Chilean species are hot reds and oranges, suitable to contrast against the lush tropical greens. Some have trumpets more suitable for the forest hummingbirds whereas the Chinese species, such as buddleja davidii, are cool pinks and blue, suitable for the more open climes and radiance of the light levels there. I am delivering courses on The Awe and Wonder of Plants through my Facebook page @mimosagardendesign and our community group @ ilovemynewgarden. Come and join the conversation. Plants are amazing!

With love, Lucie

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Unique ways to use marble... By Coulon Stone There’s nothing like the elegance and organic character of marble to add a sense of luxury to a kitchen. Marble has been a popular choice for kitchen worktops for many years, but at Coulon Stone we are receiving frequent requests for more individual marble projects.

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Statuesque Tables Marble tabletops have been popular for some time, but typically they sit on a wooden or metal frame. However, tables made entirely from marble have become incredibly popular. These beautiful pieces are statuesque and could be compared to pieces of art. They require a huge amount of skill to hand craft so can be made to your bespoke requirements.

Marble Mirrors Whilst a marble mirror would need to be professionally hung, once secured it would create a show stopping focal point to your space. A marble mirror works well in a bathroom, particularly when matching a vanity unit or flooring. Alternatively, a pink or green marble with a frame thick in width would inject a sense of fun and personality into a maximalist home.

Walls and Room Dividers We have fit our fair share of marble on bathroom walls, in showers and around baths, but more and more people are using their favourite marble to clad walls in their living rooms and hallways. Marble is also being used to divide spaces, like the one pictured. It makes sense that people would want to make use of marble’s striking and natural features in place of traditional wall coverings like paint and wallpaper.

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