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Wendover Youth Centre has listened to the young people of Wendover so by popular demand, this year’s Youth Festival will be open from 12.30pm and close at 6pm on Friday 19 July on Ashbrook Playing Field. The longer time means it will be bigger and better, for example the range of activities includes Land Zorbs as featured in 2017, and this year, Body Zorbs, too. Entry costs £5 then no extra charge for activities. Tickets are available from the Youth Centre during any of our sessions or from JUST (St Mary’s shop) on the High Street. See advert on page 5 and article on page 15 for more information. Florence Nightingale Hospice Shop 19 High Street, Wendover HP22 6DX

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RAF Flypast

Tuesday 2 & 16 July at 1.30pm

To celebrate the completion of training at RAF Halton we can expect a flypast (weather permitting)

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Cycle Rides and Local Walks

Simply Walk meets each Tuesday at 10:00 at Wendover Clock Tower and each Thursday at 10:30 at ‘Your Café’ in Aston Clinton Park. Leisurely and longer walks, 45 minutes plus. Please arrive 15 minutes early to register with the walk leader. See also pages 30 & 31.

Please be aware that if you’d like to participate in the many consultations available via Bucks County Council at https://democracy. aspx?bcr=1, hard copies are usually available at Wendover Community Library.

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The Ramblers have a programme of organised 2-5pm, HP27 0PG walks of varying length and difficulty locally. The windmill is open Sundays and Bank More on Holiday Mondays until 29 September. and pages 30 & 31. Aylesbury Cyclist Touring Club has group rides throughout the county, see southbuckscycling.or​ Any bike will do as long as it’s roadworthy. Newcomers welcome, please try an easy-paced ride first. Easy-Paced Rides 09.30am Sundays; please see the website for details. Wendover and Halton Cycling Club meets weekly at 18.30 Wednesdays & 08.30 Sundays. All meetings at Halton UK tennis and sports village. Parking, showers/ changing and café on site. Contact Otec Bikes for information 07824 828024.

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Cornelli Sugarcraft (see advert page 22) runs courses each term, www.cornellisugarcraft. See events pages 30 & 31.

Charity Coffee Mornings

Thu, 10am-12noon, No2 Pound St Did you know that No2 Pound Street gives away all money raised from coffee and hot beverage sales (terms apply) on Thursday mornings? Come find similarly minded people who are raising valuable funds whilst enjoying a lovely coffee and a slice of cake!

Bucks County Museum & Roald Dahl parkrun meets Saturdays at 9.00 near the Children’s Gallery

Café in the Woods. 5km run, walk, watch Church Street, Aylesbury HP20 2QP or volunteer! Visit Samurai: Warriors of Ancient Japan until wendoverwoods for details. 13 July. Discover stunning examples of historical Samurai armour and weapons, Sunday Afternoon Teas from complete suits to beautiful swords and 2.30-5pm, St Mary’s Church Weekly teas Sunday afternoons until 29 ornate helmets. Pots & Prints by Deborah September. Come enjoy the refreshments, Hopson-Wolpe 13 July – 14 September. A selling exhibition featuring work by the scenery and company. Olney ceramicist and printmaker. ROBOT: A Regular Events at Wendover Library Collection of Robots, Cyborgs and Androids “Learn My Way” computer training 1st 27 July – 31 August. A spectacular exhibition Tuesday of each month, please book. Knit to capture your imagination featuring robots, & Natter, 1st & 3rd Tuesday, 1.30-3.30pm. cyborgs and androids in all their various Scrabble Club, 4th Tuesday, please register. designs and guises, including a variety from favourite movies. Admission charge. See “Jigsaw Challenge” ongoing.


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advert page 7. For charges, opening and No2 - Summer on the Manor activity times, birthday parties and more Sat 6, 10am-5pm, Manor Waste please check No2 Pound Street’s annual artisan market will be back where we have the weekly WDAA Tea Dance markets in Wendover. There will be an array Tue 2, 2pm, St Mary’s Church, Wendover of stalls, as well as live music. More info A relaxing afternoon of fun, music, dancing available at and in the and refreshments for people living with advert page 5. dementia, their families and carers. Dancing is optional - come for the fun if dancing isn’t NGS Open Garden for Charity Sat 6-Sun 7, 2-5pm, 11 The Paddocks your thing! See also page 23. Come and enjoy the spectacular delphiniums Kimble & Ellesborough Horticultural and David Austin roses. The garden is full of colour and scent, and a haven of peace. Society Tuesday 2, evening garden visit, details kehs. bucks@outlook.c​om. Sunday 7, Summer Cricket! Sun 7 & Sat 13 Show, 2-4.30pm, Stewart Hall. Junior Cricket Tournament & BBQ at Wendover Friends of Guiding EGM Ellesborough Road, Sunday 7 from 9am. Wed 3, 8pm, Wendover Guide Hut HP22 6HH President’s Day at The Witchell, Sunday 7 Show your support for Guiding in Wendover from 11am. Junior Presentations & Village by attending this brief meeting. See advert Cup Finals at The Witchell, Saturday 13. See page 20 for more info. page 4.

An Evening at The Bunch for Pace

Sun 7, 12.30-4pm, St Mary’s Church, Drayton Beauchamp Guided tours of the restoration site. Teas and cakes for sale. Free entry, donations welcome, see advert page 4.

Quest for Gold

Sun 7, from 2pm, St Mary’s Church, Wendover Follow a trail around Wendover of about 2 miles looking for clues on the way. Suitable for adults, families and all ages to participate in small groups. Arrive at St Mary’s between 2 & 3pm to set off with your clues sheet. Arrive a bit early and fortify yourself with St Mary’s tea and cakes before you start! The Treasure Hunt will be followed by a

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Thu 4, 6pm-sunset, HP18 0RZ Enjoy a guided tour around the grounds and learn of the garden’s history, followed by nibbles and wine served outside Tickets £20 per person include tour, nibbles and wine. https:// Sat 6, 10am-2pm, Union Chapel, W Turville Support Hampden Fields Action Group by bringing your broken jewelry to donate. See advert page 4.


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We are seeking a Midday Supervisor to join our friendly lunchtime team from September 2019. This rewarding role involves supervising the children while they eat and play throughout the lunch break. The hours of work are 12.10-1.25pm, Monday to Friday, term time only. Salary is on Bucks Pay Range 1a (currently £2,213 pa). Previous school-based experience is not essential but would be a distinct advantage. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this vision. Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. For a full job description and application form please contact Catriona Martin, Business Manager, at or 01296 696822 (option 4). Closing date: Wednesday 17 July 2019 Interviews: Friday 26 July 2019

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The usual monthly meeting at the Library will not take place in July and August. Instead, on Thursday 11 July, there will be Pop-Up Bookshop a coach outing to Knole House in Kent, cost starts 9 July, Wendover Community Library £20 for NT members, plus £12.75 for non-NT Good quality second hand books available. members, leaving at 9.00am. On Thursday Rotary Teddy Bears‛ Picnic Weston Turville Village Hall HP22 5RW 29 August there is a trip to Dinton Vineyard, Wendover WI using cars, cost £10, leaving 2.30. Visitors are Wednesday 7 August 2019 Tue 9, 7.30pm, St Anne’s Hall welcome, contact 624401 for booking. 2pm - 4.30pm FRE “Volunteering in Cambodia” is July’s talk. E Activities include giant games, ENTR Scottie McCutcheon visits Cambodia every Big Goal Workshop Y soft play, bouncy castle, year. She visits schools and helps the poor Thu 11, 6-8.45pm, Halton Tennis Centre face painting, refreshments and underprivileged. Contact: Margaret Do you have a big goal or dream you’d Suitable for children aged 0-10 love to achieve? Neil Thubron can help you Children must be accompanied by an adult Currell - 01296 582318 decide how to do it. Details and booking Best dressed teddy competition Craft Group Wed 10 & 24 10am-12noon, Wen Christian Ctre Bring your own picnic Join others at Craft Group, open to all. If you Summer Reading Challenge Funds raised go to enjoy knitting, sewing, crocheting, painting, begins Sat 13, Wendover Community Library Rotary supported charities drawing or colouring or any other kind of In honour of the 50th anniversary of the first Organised by The Rotary Club of Wendover and District craft, there’s room for you. Please bring your moon landing, this year’s theme is Space GgLP_TL_C

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Friday 19th July 2019 12.30 - 6pm

School years 5 up (10-18 year olds) £5 wristband – unlimited goes on Chase, so if you’re between the ages of 4 and including the official Tour de France sportives everything 11, why not join the fun? and Fan Park. Music, gourmet food stalls and 6 x Inflatables craft beer, kids’ activities and so much more. (supplied by BounceKrazee, High Wycombe) Summer Fete See representatives from the Aylesbury including – Assault course, Sweeper, Slide, Sat 13, 2-5pm, St Michael & All Angels, Waterside Theatre there, too! Bouncy castle Aston Clinton Body and Land Zorbs Local arts & crafts, afternoon teas, produce Summer Fair (supplied by ASL Zorb Mania) stalls, games, prize draw & Rev Sally’s dog Sun 14, 11am-4pm, Missenden Abbey Archery (courtesy of Premier Education) show. For more information, please email In aid of WheelPower. This year including Louise at performances from the Whitchurch Morris Football - Shooting target and Shot Speedo (courtesy of Wendover Junior Football Club) Dancers and Vibes Steel Band, dog agility, Alice in Wonderland cream teas, an animal corner, over 50 craft Cra� activities (by Box Crazy) ..... Plus others Sat 13, 2.30pm, Claydon House stalls and much more. Join Immersion Theatre to benefit Florence Refreshments available at additional cost Nightingale Hospice. Tickets www.fnhospice. Messy Church Sun 14, 3.30-5.30pm, starts in St Anne’s Hall provided by –​/aliceinwonderland All are welcome to enjoy messy (and not so Hungry Bear Catering and Wendover Music messy) theme-related activities, a story and Choco Kebabs Sat 13, 7.30pm, St Mary’s Church, Wendover song and a meal together. No age restrictions A visit from London Conchord Ensemble. See and no charge. Children, please remember Contact Becky or Paul for tickets Paul –; advert page 6. to bring an adult with you. Mob.: 07771 515838 Becky – L’Etape UK Youth Festival Tickets also available from JUST Sun 14, 7am-6pm, Penn House HP7 0PS Fri 19, 12.30-6pm, Ashbrook (Castle) Park (St Mary’s shop, High Street, Wendover) A summer celebration of all things cycling, Celebrate the end of the school year with

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Events crafts, inflatables, refreshments and much CDRS Open Day more! See advert page 5. Sun 21, 11am-3pm, CDRS HP23 6LD Tour the rescue centre and see how work OnScreen is progressing on the improvements there. Fri 19, 7.30pm, Wendover Library Room Stalls & refreshments. All welcome! The July screening will be “Fisherman’s Friends”, inspired by the true story of an Mentmore Village Fete all-male a capella folk singing group from Sun 21, 11am-4pm, Mentmore LU7 0QF Port Isaac in Cornwall who in the noughties Proceeds to the Epilepsy Society. Bric-a-brac, became an unexpected hit for their authentic dog show, BBQ and bar, tug of war, vintage sea shanties. cars, tea and cake. Contact Stephanie Johnston 07919 562414 or Caroline Gates Book Club 07761 199520 for information. Sat 20, 10.30-11.30am, Wen Christian Ctre Book Club welcomes all readers, whatever Halton Open Gardens genre they enjoy. No set books to read, just Sun 21, 2-5.30pm, Halton Village interesting conversation about whatever 10 gardens open in the historic part of the we’ve been reading. We begin with coffee village. Adults £3, accompanied children free. See advert page 6. and often cake.

Buckinghamshire’s major family history event. The Buckinghamshire names database is always a major attraction, containing well over five million surname entries. The database is fully searchable – if there’s an ancestor you can’t find, come along and let us help you track him or her down (there will be a small charge for searches). Parish register transcripts and other publications will be on sale, and there will be lots of help and advice available from friendly, experienced family historians, with an introductory talk given for those new to family history. Entry is free. In additon to tea, coffee and light snacks, hot food such as burgers and hot dogs will be available from a mobile caterer. Come and make a day of it.

Summer Fizz Party

Sat 27, 11am-12.30pm, All Saints Church,

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Sat 20, 3pm til late, Shoulder of Mutton This year’s Garden Party supports Pace Sat 27, 10am-4pm, The Grange HP21 7NH (alcoholic/non-alcoholic) and nibbles. Children’s Charity. See advert front page. Join the Society’s Open Day, Contact Lesley on 01844 343378 for tickets. 2019

WENDOVER MUSIC 2019 Season of Concerts All at St Mary’s Church commencing at 7.30pm

13 July - London Conchord Ensemble (flute, oboe, harp & strings)

Additional late summer Concert (£15 per ticket, £7.50 for students): 21 September - Berks Bucks and Oxon Big Band

Why not come along to our coffee morning and find out about our 60 interest groups ranging from Archaeology to Wine Appreciation. Wendover U3A is for people who are no longer in full time employment

Coffee Morning on Wednesday 7th August 10.00-12.00 at St Mary’s Church, Wendover

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Events Service for Wholeness & Healing

during the long (hopefully sunny) summer? Come along to our 7th Teddy Bears Picnic at Weston Turville Village Hall, HP22 5RW, and playing fields, on Wednesday 7 August from 1.30 to 4pm. Lots of activities and stalls for you and your little ones. Face painting, giant games, refreshments, and lovely Coming Soon - Save the Date! cakes. Children’s Entertainer (free). See our • 1 August - Jazz with Nat Birchall Quartet 3 wheeler-3 seater ‘Teddy Bear’ dressed • 2-4 August - Aston Clinton Beer Festival tricycle, and take your little one’s photo with • 7 August - Rotary Teddy Bears’ Picnic, see our Rotary BIG TED. Tombolas for children advert page 4 and grown-ups. Bring a picnic lunch, and • 7 August - U3A Coffee Morning, see advert don’t forget your Teddy Bears. Any funds page 6 raised will go towards local Rotary supported • 14, 15, 21 September - “Drawn to the charities. See advert page 4. Chilterns”, Loft Studio, Wendover • 7-29 September - Herts Open Studios Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge • 8 September - Rennie Grove Chilterns 3 Peaks 8 September. The Rennie Grove Chilterns • 11-15 September - La Grande Aventure 3 Peaks Challenge once again takes to the Cycle Ride for Pace stunning Bucks countryside. The annual event • 5 October - Lindengate Autumn Apple Fair is a unique opportunity to soak up miles of • 17 November - Tapathon for Children in Need rolling landscape in the company of others and raise vital funds at the same time. To register, Rotary Teddy Bears Picnic Wondering what to do with your little ones check out Sun 28, 4pm, St Anne’s Church A short, gentle service, which offers the opportunity to experience God’s loving presence and healing touch to anyone in the community.

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Halton Development

The recent consultation held by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) invited the local communities to comment on their plans. We urge anyone who has not seen the plans and made a comment to do so. The plans can be seen on Once complete, the Halton Development CIC (HDCIC) response will be published on our website. Meanwhile, we remain clear that the DIO has a job to do and this is a job it carries out across many sites across the country. The DIO is tasked with disposing of the site whilst being able to demonstrate that the community has been consulted through events, which provide top level, early plans so that planning permission is granted by AVDC. They will, understandably, deliver safe plans that meet housing targets and some community requirements such as some green spaces and community facilities. Such plans are rarely bold or inspirational. Equally, the final development, which will take years to complete, will not match the original plans we have seen to date, and we must be realistic about this. Our aim remains constant: To be an influencing active partner. We believe that, through our community development approach, the eventual funding receipts for the DIO and the Exchequer will be higher, and the wider benefits will far exceed their current aspirations. Opportunities pre closure As the full closure has now been delayed until 2025, we are focused on projects that could be started much sooner. Many facilities are underutilised or not used at all. Allowing the site to deteriorate is in no one’s interests. There are projects that can be started far sooner to the benefit of all:

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advantages; and are currently actively used by local sports and social societies across Halton, Weston Turville, Wendover, Aston Clinton and beyond. These plans embrace disability sports with exciting prospects for tie-ins with Stoke Mandeville. This proposal builds on Halton’s current uniqueness as a hub of sporting and physical well-being activity for the entire community and, potentially, for the RAF. Project Workshop Creating employment through enterprise and creativity The ambition of the HDCIC is to bring the workshops back into productive use. We recognise that, under the current DIO plans, the workshops will be demolished for housing. We believe, however, there is still an opportunity to utilise them in the meantime, and this opportunity could include the hangars. Project Hatch Demonstrating how we can create new forms of housing to meet tomorrow’s needs The HDCIC still retains a firm interest in developing their community-based housing offer and will be applying to Homes England’s Community Fund for support in testing its feasibility and working with the Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust to make it affordable. These proposals will be put forward to the DIO, RAF and AVDC by us. We believe they are positive and realistic, keeping the site alive and helping point the way towards the Halton of the future. To support the HDCIC, please sign up or get in touch if you are particularly interested in, or have experience of, any of the ‘early use’ proposals mentioned here.

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WCEJS It has been a very busy time at Wendover CE Junior School (WCEJS) including improving our curriculum so that children are challenged and benefit from a wide range of enrichment activities. Educational visits include a Y6 experience at RAF Halton, Y5 visits to Holdenby House and the Ashmolean Museum, Y4 visit to the River and Rowing Museum, Y3 visits to Whipsnade Zoo and Wendover Library and a visit from our local beekeeping association. Y6 have even forged a link with a school in Spain and exchanged letters with their peers. Our extended learning competitions have been well received this year with children and families embracing opportunities to complete exciting learning opportunities outside of school – contributions to the recent STEM competition are being exhibited in school, including a large cardboard radio controlled aircraft that actually flies. Children have been very busy with their extracurricular activities too. We have taken part in numerous sporting competitions with other local schools. Gardening club has been developing our new planting area and our choir performed brilliantly at the Echoes 8 event at the Royal

Albert Hall. Pupil leaders have also been very busy, particularly our Junior Road Safety Officers who have organised a number of whole school events designed to keep children safe and active. The children’s school newspaper, Red Jumpers, has gone from strength to strength and is very popular. Finally, we found time to take part in an attempt to break the skipping world record contributing 383,271 skips! Our strong work in the local community has continued and the children have organised many fundraising events for local, national and international charities. Year 3 recently completed Dementia Friends training, meaning that we are truly a Dementia Friendly school, and plan to attend as appropriate the Monday Club Café organised by Wendover Dementia Support. We would love to hear from you if you have a special interest or expertise that you would like to share with our children or if you can give just a little time as a volunteer. We would also love to hear from anyone in the community who would be interested in joining our Governing Body, school office:


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Fighting Plastic On the evening of Wednesday 29 May a modest number of Wendover residents gathered in St Anne’s Hall to hear a talk by the Waste Promotions Officer for Bucks CC, Andrew Jenkins. Not the most exciting event of the year you might think but think again! Not only was Andrew a very knowledgable and articulate young man but a real expert in the field of recycling and waste disposal who delivered a totally engaging 45 minute talk. We were taken through what happens to our waste once it has been collected by the AVDC - a real eye-opener. I think most of us imagine that it is cursorily sorted at the dump and then burnt or buried. Not so. We were shown the massive investment that our county has made in recent years and the meticulous sorting of rubbish by specially designed equipment the result of which is immaculately sorted waste which can then be sold on for recycling. There is real value in what we recycle and we should do as much as we can and rather than regarding all plastic as BAD we should appreciate that our waste plastic properly recycled is a valuable and profitable material. After the talk we were invited to ask questions and discuss our concerns. This was extremely helpful and put right a lot of misconceptions.

Here are just a few ideas that stayed with me On a purely personal note, I try to challenge and a few more that most people are already myself each month to find other ways to observing but worth another reminder. make a difference. I emphasise that this is just for me - there is no judgemental A statistic: Every household makes on element of others involved, but for me the average 1134 kilos of waste per year. LESS time is right to do something more than just than 1% OF THAT GOES INTO LANDFILL and talk, so here are some ideas ..... that is entirely due to the efficient handling • If you like sparking water why not invest of our waste. in a SodaStream. Brilliant product and the cost is quickly recouped. What else can I do? • We decided NOT to take a trip to Australia Think about Lifestyle. this year. It was purely for pleasure and I • We have all got accustomed to the wealth felt uncomfortable about the massive of goods and opportunities we have in this carbon footprint I would be making. century. For anyone born in the mid 20th • I seek out products that don’t hurt the century the change is staggering but it is environment such as Cheeky Panda loo human nature to seek improvement. paper sourced from sustainable bamboo • Huge numbers of us take it for granted that and even the outer wrapper (looks like we can fly around the world for pleasure plastic) is 100% recyclable. Bamboo is a whenever we want but perhaps some marvellous replacement for so many things adjustment to that expectation can also previously made from wood. be seen as making a significant change and • Compostable wet wipes from Fillable or helping the planet. health shops. A bit more expensive but that • The carbon footprint we leave when we makes me use them more sparingly. fly long distances is enormous. We can • If you like wine then buying it in boxes is pay to offset this but maybe consider - do not only a lot cheaper but makes half the you really need to take that long haul trip carbon footprint of bottles. Also it lasts this year? Can you get to your favourite much longer once opened so no wastage. European destinations by train or ferry? Great for large events and parties. • We all suffer from an overload of ‘STUFF’. • Litter walks. Alone or with friends, take a Such tempting things in the shops and so bag along with you and pick up litter. much cheaper these days. Do we really • Plastic plant pots. Some garden centres NEED all this stuff? Tempting catalogues and nurseries (such as Askett) welcome are pushed through our postboxes all the returned pots. time ( wrapped in plastic of course) - so easy to sit down with a cup of coffee and So, in conclusion browse. Before you know it you have It is a sad fact that meetings like this are bought something you didn’t know you attended almost 100% by mature people. needed. There was only one young woman in the • With the huge influx of goods from the Far audience that night, but she made several East ( eye - catching, attractive and CHEAP) very good points and was clearly not it is easy to buy too much stuff. So how originally British. Interesting. The young are come we feel so good after a clear-out? clearly concerned about the future of our

We touched on climate change and ways for the individual to make a difference and there was a lot that surprised me but one fact that stood out for me (as one who has almost eliminated meat from my diet) was A few ideas to ponder .... this: If everyone had one meat free day every • Don’t send good clothes to the tip - give week the result would be better than giving them to our local charity shop. They even welcome the poor quality stuff. up driving for that same day! • Is there a baby in your life? Eco nappies are now easily available. The Power of One (or - what can I do?) It is easy to be overwhelmed by the enormity • Plastic toys? There are other options. of the problems our planet is facing and • Look out for ‘Fillable’ at our Local Produce sometimes we feel that the little things we Market. There you can refill your glass jars do cannot possibly make a difference but the and plastic bottles and see inexpensive meeting convinced me that the care we take alternatives to storage problems. Lots in sorting our waste is absolutely invaluable of brilliant ideas presented by a truly in making the recycling process as efficient enterprising young woman who has really committed to this enterprise. as it can be. 10

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planet but they communicate differently including Instagram and other social media not necessarily embraced by older people.

We need lots of Greta Thunbergs in this country to energise our young people. Maybe someone out there has suggestions of how we can do this. Don’t stay silent. Write to Wendover News - in fact whatever you have to say on this subject, this is the place to do it. Also, why not join the Wendover News Fighting Plastic Facebook Group? Barbara McGillivray

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It is now four years since Tres Corazones opened in Wendover and brought a taste of Spain to the people of Buckinghamshire’s Best Kept Town. Owner and founder Katrina, along with her daughters Katie and Lena, are the ‘three hearts’ behind the restaurant and have done everything they can to share their passion for great food and service with their customers over the years. Many of you will have made wonderful memories over patatas bravas, a tortilla, croquetas and a bottle of Rioja or an Estrella - especially when the Wendover weather has done its best to imitate that of Madrid.

Katrina and Alba will work together on a handover in July, with Katrina very much looking forward to her first meal as a customer of the restaurant on Thursday 1 August, saying to Wendover News: “It’s been so exciting and rewarding to build the business, but I can’t wait to sit down and enjoy a meal without having to worry about anything other than what bottle of wine to choose!”

Alba looks forward to building on all that Katrina, Katie and Lena have achieved. For missing out on life because of their hearing?Alba, “Tapas is all about sharing: your food, With Katie and Lena moving on to pursue your wine, your stories, and your love for new careers and travel adventures, Katrina friends and family – I hope that everyone has decided to pass control of the restaurant will enjoy the restaurant just as much in to her Spanish friend and fellow Wendover the future as they have in the past.” So Tres resident, Alba Vasquez, who brings many Corazones is here to stay, and to provide a years of restaurant experience - most warm welcome to everyone who cares to recently from Beast in London. share in a little taste of Spain."

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HS2 I recently attended a meeting which was organised by Great Missenden and The Lee PCs, with Sir Mark Worthington who is HS2’s construction commissioner, and Deborah Fazan the residents' commissioner. The commissioners listened attentively to our comprehensive list of complaints and took copious notes. Having met them I do believe that both commissioners will act as honest brokers when dealing with our complaints, but they are without real powers. The residents' commissioner who deals with compensation schemes for residents, is a part time role. I intend to ask them if they’d be available for a public meeting in Wendover where you can meet them. You can find out more about their roles and activities here. The shambolic state of the UK government continues to make our lobbying efforts more

difficult than you or I might hope. We now hear that the Treasury review, which will lead to a three year plan for government, is further delayed until Autumn. You can read into that they mean after the Conservative Party leadership is settled and any fallout that might ensue is dealt with. Wendover was invited to deposit evidence into the review process. We will need to ensure that the evidence remains in focus during the delay.

on agreements with landowners and they want access at the wrong time for the farmer. Good, experienced project managers are walking away from HS2. The vertical management structure is weak and ineffective. How different it all is to the shiny pledges made to Parliament of HS2 being a beacon of best practice, working to tight environmental standards harnessing cutting edge technology. Oh! And this was all to be built by HS2 as our “good neighbours”, or so we were told. How’s that going for you? If you’ve got a Our lobbyists see both the review and the tale of HS2 Ltd not being up to the mark could leadership contest as an opportunity to get you tell me about it? It would help our efforts. our message across to yet more influential government figures. We will be working hard to Should you have a question or an issue with HS2 promote the Wendover Mined Tunnel to all the this is where you can ask questions or complain. contenders. https://hs2inbucksandoxfordshire. Talking of shambolic, as a spin off from working is the place for finding out with HS2 Ltd we feel that we are qualified to about HS2 activity locally. comment on their competence. We’re not impressed. They seem unable to hit targets, is the email you need targets that they themselves set. Information for complaints and questions. provided is often late, wrong or immediately superseded. They are appalling at paying out Tom Walsh

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Lindengate mental health charity wishes to thank residents and businesses of Wendover for their continuing assistance and marvellous support for their annual fair which raised a whopping £7000! The annual event, which this year was opened by Russell Grant, showcased the beautiful site which enhances mental wellbeing. Russell shared with us how important the role of Lindengate’s Memory Pathways programme is for those living with Dementia and we were delighted to share with him that it would be expanding to three mornings a month from September. To attend please contact frankie.mitchell@ Many of the Gardeners (service users) who attend Lindengate were in attendance at the fair. It was wonderful to receive their feedback. We heard of one young man with mental health issues who was working on his recovery and aiming to return to

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Eiffage Kier on behalf of HS2 website for information: In September 2018 Eiffage Kier shared the emerging design and delivery proposal for the Wendover Dean viaduct located to the south of Wendover between Rocky Lane and Leather Lane. During these engagement events, we listened to the concerns regarding the design of this structure and formulated a report which has been shared with Wendover, Great Missenden and The Lee Parish Councils. A copy of it can be found on the HS2 commonplace website (see above, look for ‘Wendover Viaducts and Green Tunnel Designs and Information September 2018’). Eiffage Kier has been updating the design in preparation for the submission for planning approval to AVDC. We are now in a position to share the developed design for this structure and surroundings, which incorporates changes relating to the landscaping and noise mitigation. Representatives from Eiffage Kier will be available in Wendover Library on Thursday

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Friday 19 July 12.30 to 6pm Ashbrook Playing Field, Aylesbury Road HP22 6AD We’re pleased to confirm the details of this year’s Youth Festival which promises to be our biggest yet. The event time has been extended to 6pm this year to allow for young people from the Aylesbury Schools, as well as Wendover Junior School to join in. Please see the advert on page 5 for details of activities and thank you to all of our suppliers who have discounted the cost of their activities. We are hopeful that there will be a cheaper band to enable younger people to join in with a selection of the activities and are exploring how we make that happen. The Festival has grown into a popular community activity organised by the Wendover Youth Centre, which is a charity run by local people to manage the Centre and provide support to young people in and around the village. This is partly achieved through working with schools as well as

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The children's section in W e n d o v e r Community Library has been refurbished, and saw its first use on Friday 7 June for "Pyjamarama" storytime. Drop in and see the new look!

Marathon on 28 April in a time of 5:55:55. The picture shows her proudly displaying her finisher’s medal under Admiralty Arch, together with daughter Lexi.

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Whilst far from her Personal Best time of Marathons to date, that didn’t really matter. Queen's Award for Voluntary Service It was more about the experience: “The Rennie Grove Hospice Care is offering you the The Hospice of St Francis has received support from the crowd was amazing. I rare opportunity to follow in the footsteps of wartime escapees who fled Nazi-occupied the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service found it really emotional.” France to Spain by following a challenging (QAVS) which recognises the outstanding Only four weeks later, Michelle then went on to route known as The Freedom Trail. work by volunteer groups to benefit their run the Edinburgh Marathon; but alas, her legs local communities. Since the Hospice was hadn’t fully recovered from London and she Rennie Grove’s Trek the Freedom Trail takes founded by the dedication and passion of retired after 13 miles, rather than risk injury. place from 12-17 June 2020, and promises a small group of volunteers 40 years ago in June, volunteers have been its heart and Despite that, Michelle’s fundraising effort a chance to – literally – step back in history soul. This award is for all of them; past, has raised approaching £3,000 for TACT. She in breath-taking and varied landscapes. This present and future. thanks her sponsors and their generosity inspirational trek is home to stories of great bravery and hardship endured by Second from the bottom of her heart. Michelle’s Marathons - update World War airmen who crashed or were shot Further to the article in the April edition, Ashridge Home Care Awards down over Europe, and hundreds of Jews Michelle White completed the London Ashridge Home Care (see advert page 21) and refugees desperate to flee to freedom.


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Local News A £335 registration fee is payable to secure your place on the 2020 Trek. The cost includes flights from London, transport, accommodation, meals, local guides and support crew, trekking permits and 24-hour emergency support in all countries. You are also asked to fundraise at least £2,500 for Rennie Grove Hospice Care, with full support of the charity’s fundraising team.

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Local News receive the awards, almost 100 years to the day since Joseph Holland, former Mayor of Aylesbury, bought the soft drinks manufacturing business North & Randall Ltd, having previously been a Brewer in the village of Wendover. Joe`s grandson, Tim Cooper - Managing Director of DAYLA, was delighted to have been recognised once again for their excellence in sales and distribution and their high levels of service which are a testament to the hard-working team of staff that are always prepared to go that extra mile.

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New banner for St Anne's Church

Members of the Craft Group which meets fortnightly on Wednesdays at Wendover Christian Centre have created a unique banner which is displayed in St Anne's Church. It depicts the Holy Spirit in the form of a dove surrounded by 'tongues' of fire. The banner marks the season of Pentecost, the traditonal time of year when the Christian church celebrates the gift of the Holy Spirit.

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It is hard to believe that half of the year has gone already. At the end of May a large number of members were treated to a proper cream tea. When I say proper I mean PROPER, with dainty sandwiches, scones with lashings of clotted cream and lovely cakes. I can honestly say it matched anything I have had in the poshest of hotels. It was no surprise that some members had difficulty bending down to deliver their woods for several days. Sometimes it can be difficult to cope with the challenges that life throws at us so talking to a counsellor may be helpful. Based near Wendover, I offer a warm, friendly and confidential space for you to talk through any problems you may be facing such as anxiety, stress, sadness, low self-esteem, anger and relationship difficulties.

Our open evenings finished at the end of May having had a good response. More than a dozen people handed in completed membership forms. Many of the forms were from younger people which is heartening.

U10 and U11 players on Sunday July 7 at its Ellesborough Road ground. Teams from all over south Bucks will be participating, including an all-girls team from Aylesbury High School. The U10 event commences at 9am, with the U11 competition taking place in the afternoon. There will be a bar and BBQ operating all day so please do come along and see junior cricket in action and support your local cricket team.

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Wendover Cricket Club’s league teams have continued their good start to the season. The 1st XI had a nail-biting win at Waddesdon by a single run but then had a 3 run defeat to Haddenham despite George Robinson’s 109. More runs for George (87) on a bad pitch at Challoners and 3 wickets too, plus Jonathan Seabrook’s 4-20 brought victory by 115 runs. A 9-wicket win v Lacey Green with Jonathan and Jon Green both taking 5 wickets. The 2nd XI have extended their winning run to an unprecedented 6 out of 6. The U15s have reached the Bucks Cup semi-final.

The Club has never looked better. The tubs and flower beds are a joy to behold and are a real For further information please contact me: credit to the members who tend them. Such Natalie McGourty MBACP, BA (Hons) Psychology hard work deserves a pat on the back. The Tel: 07976 968166 green is in fine fettle and bowling well. Again Email: thanks are due to the mowing teams and our Website: greenkeeper. The roller remains a bit of a black art at present until we have had some training sessions. Traveling sideways while controlling The club is holding its Presidents Day at the direction of travel with pedals and steering Witchell on Sunday 7 July with a 6-a-side with handlebars will take a bit of learning. competition, starting about 11.00. This forms part of the ECB’s World Cup Festival Day, Tailored book-keeping and accountancy Our results are mixed against some other clubs. running alongside the Junior Development solutions to suit you and your business Personally I feel that our policy of inclusivity of Tournament at Ellesborough Road. e-mail: all members in competitions is the right way to Tel:01296 621162 go. Some clubs we play against are so competitive The Village Cup Finals Day is being held at that you can feel the atmosphere when they lose. Witchell on Saturday 13 July, immediately after It is nice to win but not at all costs. New members the season’s Junior Presentations, matches FRANK FENNELL are actively encouraged to take part in matches starting at 12.45, 3.00 & 5.30 pm. PLUMBING & HEATING and I’m sure it contributes towards a happy club. Plumbing & Heating Services Don Knight Extensive improvement works were small plumbing maintenance / repair jobs gladly undertaken undertaken pre-season at Witchell to the nets through self-help. The nets were extended and 07967 638527 01296 620629 Wendover Cricket Club Juniors Wendover Cricket Club has a thriving junior pitch surfaces levelled to make them safer and section and introduces children (both boys better to use for all. Further improvements are and girls) to the skills and enjoyment of cricket planned this year by replacing the piecemeal from the age of 8 upwards. Teams representing matting with single lengths in each net; this will Wendover CC play in the Bucks junior leagues aid batsmen and bowlers alike. across all age groups and have had many successes over the years, often finishing top For more information and/or for new players, of their respective league tables. An active and umpires and scorers, please contact Jonathan enthusiastic junior section creates a lifelong Seabrook on 07767 148119. love of the game and is the life blood of the future senior teams at WCC. Have a BBOWT summer! Walks with knowledgeable leaders are the best At junior levels it is vital that all abilities are way to learn about local natural history and to encouraged to participate. While there are meet new people as a bonus. Book any of our many competitions and tournaments for elite walks online at to be sure level players (of which WCC has many!!) there of a place as numbers are restricted. On Sunday is also a need to provide fun and competitive 21 July go and see the butterflies of College Lake events for developing players. To that end, Reserve at 1.30pm, on Saturday 3 August enjoy WCC is holding a Development Tournament for summer flowers and butterflies at Aston Clinton 20

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Club Corner Ragpits with Phil Townsend at 10am and on Saturday 10 August discover the special wildlife of Yoesden Reserve near Princes Risborough with Sue Taylor at 2pm. The visitor centre café and shop at College Lake are open every day throughout the month from 9.30 till 4.30. Richard Birch.

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Our pre season training will begin on Wednesday 10th July. ALL WELCOME. A qualified PT will be in attendance for those who want to get fit and both managers will be on the lookout for new talent. See our Facebook page for updates/ Girlguiding Do you have a bit of time to spare each make contact for more details. week? Were you a Brownie or Guide when A special thank you goes to Sweeney’s Budgens for you were growing up? Would you like other sponsoring us for another season. It is important girls to be able to have those experiences? to us to represent a local business and we would Rainbows (ages 5-7) and Brownies (ages 7-10) like to thank Dary for choosing our club. in Wendover would like your help to bring Guiding to girls in this area. If you’d like to lend End of the season saw the Reserves escape your expertise to the next generation, sign up relegation on the very last day! Coming from for leadership training on 3-0 down with the winning goal being netted uk/get-involved/. See advert page 3. by long-standing player, local Michael Gregory.

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Katie Malliff - Backing the Best Wendover squash star Katie Malliff is making great strides in continental competition – but it’s gradual progress in the classroom that’s pleasing her most. The teenager came within a whisker of gold at the Under–19 European Championships in the Czech Republic, storming to the final only to lose out to Poland’s Karina Tyma. Now the Tring School pupil’s focus turns to GCSE exams over the summer and she feels excellence in her sport is helping conquering academic anxiety. “I’m very determined and I just want to be the best I can be, to play at the best level I can,” said the 15-year-old. “The main challenge I’ll have to overcome is the balance with school. I have my GCSEs so trying to balance that is tough, it stops me from competing at times. “There’s not much in the sport that’s challenging, it’s just getting everything around it right. “I think I’ve got it sorted, it’s just trying to stick to a plan of what I want and set reasonable goals. “I’m not very good in the classroom, but when you push on in sport it gives you confidence academically.

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“Being determined at squash makes you want to stick at it, makes you focused and it helps you concentrate on your studies when you’re rubbish at school!”

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Her cause is also being helped by SportsAid and the Backing The Best programme, which offers critical financial help to talented young athletes who would otherwise face difficulties progressing through their sport’s system. Backed by £5.5 million of National Lottery funding, Backing The Best presents annual awards of £5,000 per athlete to help with essential costs such as travel, accommodation, kit, nutrition and medical bills. The Buckinghamshire athlete was one of dozens of SportsAid athletes who attended workshops at Nottingham Racecourse in April, offering media training, nutrition advice, performance lifestyle guidance and support for parents. The youngsters from all over the country were joined by Winter Olympian Elise Christie, who sang the praises of the programme.

“I think that’s what is important about SportsAid – they don’t just give money, they help you develop skills. “If I could have gone back and learnt that stuff before what happened to me, then I’d have been so much better prepared. “I’ve come to SportsAid events four times and I always learn something new each time. "SportsAid is a special charity because there are a lot of people who will support successful athletes, but SportsAid search for talent who can’t make it on their own.” Backing The Best is helping talented young athletes facing the greatest financial pressure to pursue their sporting ambitions. The programme, managed by SportsAid for Sport England, is supported by National Lottery funding. Visit www.sportengland. org/our–work/talent/backing–the–best/ to find out more. By Tom Harle, Sportsbeat – 0203 026 3780

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Royal Air Force Halton Whole Force joined together in a formal dining in night at Halton House Officers’ Mess to celebrate and commemorate the inception of RAF Halton, in its centenary. They were entertained by the Halton Military Wives Choir followed by an auction of a number of donated prizes ranging from Trenchard Gin to a Wings Display Team Tandem Experience. Raffle prizes ranged from local shop vouchers for food and drink to an MOT from Halfords. The Auction and raffle amassed just over Attendees at the RAF Halton £2500 for the RAF 100th Anniversary banquet. Benevolent Fund. Photo Crown Copyright.

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Local Faces: John Colet School tweeted on Monday 20 May: Our new Head Student Team are ready to start their new roles. They had been elected the previous Friday and this photo was taken at their first meeting with Head Teacher Patrick Harty. This meeting will be a weekly event to ensure good communication between the staff and students at the school.

attached to each year 7 tutor group to be on hand to explain how things work in the school. She’s keen to encourage the girls to take their full part in school life. She wrote to every female MP in the country for support but, disappointingly, not one MP’s office even acknowledged her email. Devante Tengende Deputy Head Boy studying Finance IT Mathematics Planning to become IT/entrepreneur

The new Team was able to have a handover from their predecessors so that good work could continue and pitfalls be avoided. This includes an opportunity to interact with the full governing body at the end of their term in office, increasing the opportunity for their ideas to be implemented. In July they will be engaging with both The Chiltern Society and Lindengate for advice on the design and planting for the School Garden. A lot of work was done during the current academic year to start this project, especially the heavy lifting of clearing the site, mostly in snowy conditions. This is preparation for the start of the new academic year in the autumn when they plan to engage with the new Year 7, thus enabling sixth formers to be active in the

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school and more vertically integrated with the rest of the student body. Tanya is particularly focused on recognising diversity and encouraging integration. Sam wishes to make strong links between sixth formers in nearby schools. All members of the Team have friends in Misbourne, Mandeville, Tring and the Grammar Schools and it would be great to organise events with them including speakers and challenges. This should stand them all in good stead when they leave school. Abie wants to develop the mentoring system with a sixth form boy and girl

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A sixth form colleague, Tom Withers, has already started a project concerning recycling materials used in school and the Team hopes this can be recognised as another example of Wendover Fighting Plastic. Devante has a business background having founded his own online clothing business in October 2018. He believes in developing the talents of others, not just himself, so he will support this project and public relations.

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On Tuesday afternoons while staff have continuing professional development, the sixth form enrichment programme will include life skills such as a book club, cooking, first aid, changing a tyre. The Team is keen for more interaction with the local community in Wendover to discover what young people can do to help out.

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Times & costs vary, see website for details www.physioandpilates​ Exercise Sessions open to all, Churchill Hall (next to Your Cafe in the Park, Aston Clinton) 07703844807 Healing Meditation Group - Mon eve, Chesham, Thu eve/Fri morn, Wendover Zumba with Nikki, Mon & Thu 1815 Halton School, Sat 0930 Chiltern Way Academy Wendover, 07876443392 Badminton Club. 19.45-21.45 Mon, beginners 18.45-19.45 Fri, John Colet School (term time) Nia Classes - 1st & 3rd Mon 2pm, parent & child, Fri 6.30pm adult, Sun 10.30am adult Wendover Fitness classes, times & locations vary, see website for details Rainbow Rattles children’s playgroup (term time only), £1 per family, Trinity Centre RAF Halton Hartbeeps Music Classes for children, Wendover Children’s Centre HP22 6HF Chairbelles seated exercise for over 55s, Bankside Kirsty 07801 594519 Jacqu’in the Box Babies Music and Little Learners age 3-5 years. Wendover Library Room 07948371615 Free friendly run/jog club to suit you. 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Nikki 07868 873911 The Rotary Club of Wendover & District, Chandos Arms, W Turville, usually 1st & 3rd Mondays Badminton Club for over 18s, £6, (Sep-July, no BH’s) Green Park Sports Centre HP22 5NE Allen 01296 631159 Wendover Mums’ Choir, Wendover Youth Centre, Wharf Road (term time only) Tai Chi & Qigong Classes, Your Café in the Park 6 & 7pm Tue, St Anne’s Hall noon Wed Simply Walk, Tue 10.00 Wendover Clock Tower, Thu 10.30 Your Cafe Aston Clinton Park, see page 2 Tue - Yoga, Thu - Men’s Yoga, Chilterns MS Centre Tue - Mum & Baby Yoga, Wen Children’s Ctre; Fri - Adult Yoga Class (term time), Wen Library Rm Thames Valley Police at Wendover Community Library 0845 230 3232 Hatha yoga— Tue 19.00-20.30 Wen Mem Hall; Fri 09.30-11.00 & 11.30-13.00, St Anne’s Hall Play & Learn (term time only), Trinity Centre, RAF Halton 01296 621143 Colour Wheel Art Class (term time only), all topics, Ellesborough Parish Hall Steve Hedges 01844 273076 Bounce & Rhyme (term time only), Library Room, FREE 0845 2303232 Martial Arts Class for Children with ZKS, St Anne’s Hall Sparrowhawks Netball Training, John Colet School - Youth (13-16) 18.00-19.00, Seniors 19.00-20.30 Wendover Bridge Club, Cricket Pavilion, Witchell IMAGEZ Camera Club: Weston Turville Village Hall (winter 20.15, summer 19.00) Halton Singers Practice Sessions, Halton Village Hall enquiries@haltonsing​ FabricHQ sewing. Topics, times & locations vary, see website for details Wendover & Halton Cycling Club, Wed 18.30 local mtn bike, Sun 08.30 local mtn bike Parentcraft (booking only), Wendover Children’s Centre HP22 6HF 01296 621143 Drop-in French Conversation Group, The Espresso Lounge HP22 5HS Beginners and Improvers art group, The Loft Studio, The Courtyard Slimming World, Chilterns MS Centre, Oakwood Close HP22 5LX Sally 07484 650301 Hartbeats African Drumming, beginner to advanced, pay-as-you-go Justine 07773 047684 Halton Military Wives Choir rehearsals Adult Swimming Classes, Wendover Pool Siobhan 07457 252882 Wendover Bridge Club, Cricket Pavilion, Witchell 01296 624089 Aylesbury Sub-Aqua Club at Green Park Pool (term time only) www.aylesburydivers.​ RAF Assn Halton and Ayles Branch clubhouse open to public, Bldg 259 RAF Halton Wendover Weekly Market, Manor Waste Fun Dog Training, Ellesborough Parish Hall Play & Learn (term time only), £1 per family, Wendover Children's Centre HP22 6HF 01296 621143 “Charity Thursday” No2 Pound Street - proceeds from hot beverage sales to charity Taekwondo for ages 5 and up, John Colet School Wendover Choral Society, St. Mary’s Church Wendover 01296 709593 Noah's Ark parent-toddler group (term time only), Wendover Christian Centre Lipreading and Hearing Loss Course, Wendover Library Room (term time only) judy.lipreading@gmai​ Amazing Donkey Youth Club for 10-14 year olds (term time only), Wendover Youth Ctre Paul Hammett 01296 621162 “Friday night is music night” at St Mary’s Church JUST 01296 623123 parkrun, Wendover Woods (by the Café)​endoverwoods Nordic Walking, Wendover Woods Antenatal classes with The Perinatal Partnership, Wendover Children’s Centre Rookie Lifeguard Classes for 8-12 year olds (term time only), Green Park Pool Liz 01296 622895 Cycle Rides with Aylesbury Cyclist Touring Club, locations vary southbuckscycling.or​ Lacey Green Windmill Open, HP27 0PG - weekly until 29 September, also BH Mondays, see page 2 Afternoon Tea at St Mary’s Church, Wendover - weekly until 29 September, see page 2 Bingo at the Legion Club, Chiltern Road, all welcome

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WPC is always looking at possible improvements to the look of Wendover, the facilities we offer and sustainability. One project that we’re researching at the moment seems to tick all three of these boxes. We want to refurbish the area next to the clocktower, where the water fountain once was. As an area it could look great and provide a source of potable water for those with their own water bottles, which could reduce the plastic usage in the Parish. Wherever I mention this idea I get really positive comments. So, let’s hope we can get this one done. By now the Best Kept Village judges have run the rule over Wendover again. Fingers crossed for another successful outcome. I’d like to thank all our staff and councillors who have worked hard to make Wendover look its best. Most of all I’d like to thank the business owners, the individuals and the organisations who have helped. Particularly the Wendover WI who have taken on the planting outside Istanbul. Thanks.

business champion; Cllr. Nicky Gregory has Agenda Setting taken on the role, and we will be talking to If you have an item that you wish to be some business leaders about their issues. discussed by Wendover Parish Council, Tom Walsh please contact the Clerk with details of the issue and where possible your expected Parish Council Meeting outcome. The agenda for Parish Council Tuesday 2 July 7:30pm meetings is set one week in advance. Any St Anne’s Hall item received with less notice will be held over to the following month. Agendas are Throwing Litter from Vehicles displayed on the Parish Council noticeboards Litter spoils at the Library, Clock Tower, Ashbrook Park our village and and the play park at Princess Mary Gate and environment, published on our website, address below. attracting pests and encouraging others Local Produce Market to litter. It can Saturday 20 July 9am to 1pm include anything Manor Waste from a cigarette butt, chewing gum, Charity Event Signage – Sign Permit a crisp packet to a General Conditions bag of rubbish. It There are several conditions when erecting also includes food waste, even though this Charity Event Signage around the village. Did may rot down over time. Wendover does you know that signs should be freestanding appear litter free on most occasions which and on no account are they to be attached to is due to the good work by the AVDC Street road signs, lamp columns, street furniture, cleaner and the WPC grounds team. etc. There are public notice boards at

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32 pages of news and information for the area in and around Wendover, Buckinghamshire, UK

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