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Saturday 30th April - Sunday 5th June 2011
WYCOMBE ARTS FESTIVAL
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47Th WyCombE ArTS FESTivAl Unless otherwise stated tickets will be available from the FESTIVAL BOX OFFICE, Wycombe Swan, St. Mary Street, High Wycombe, HP11 2XE, or telephone 01494 512000 for credit card bookings. For most events tickets are also available on the door.
Calendar of Events Anything Goes - Street Theatre Locally-based international jazz/swing band George Brown, Rod Wall, Laurie Fray with Linda Morris: Vocals Come and enjoy some foot-tapping tunes played by these brilliant performers. Sat 30th April I 11.00am – 1.30pm Churchyard, All Saints Church, High Wycombe
Exhibition of Photography by
Wycombe Photographic Society Sat 30th April I 1.00pm – 5.00pm, then daily I Sun 1st May – Sat 7th May 10.00am – 5.00pm Eden Unit 113, Octagon Gallery (opposite the Guildhall) Admission free
moving up the hill Friends of High Wycombe Libraries An introductory presentation at Wycombe Museum, followed by an accompanied walk, to trace how the middle classes in late Victorian and Edwardian Wycombe moved from the town centre to the Amersham and Castle Hill areas.’ Sat 30th April I 2.00pm I Starting at Wycombe Museum, Priory Avenue Tickets: £3 members of FOHWL; £4 non-members; £2 Bucks University students with valid ID. Tickets must be obtained in advance from Wycombe Library
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opening Concert High Wycombe Choral Society with West Forest Sinfonia Conductor: Stephen Armstrong Piano soloist: David Johnson Programme to include: Schubert: Mass in A flat major Grieg: Piano Concerto in A minor and works by Glazunov, Glinka, Rimsky-Korsakov and Tchaikovsky Sat 30th April I 7.30pm; doors open 7.00pm All Saints’ Parish Church, High Wycombe Tickets: Adults £14, concs. £12, Students £8, also direct from 01494 713280 or visit www.hwcs.org.uk/tickets
may Fayre on the rye Our activities have all the fun of a traditional fete or fayre, especially for children, including face painting, an assault course, bouncy castle, roller horse, inflatable playground, and many others. For adults we have various stalls, raffles, tombolas, a beer tent, hot food and refreshments tent, and a Polish delicatessen. Sponsored by Chiltern Railways Mon 2nd May I 11.00am - 4.00pm I Holywell Mead on the Rye
Wycombe Pioneers of Progress A Centenary Celebration presented by High Wycombe Society In 1911 seventeen men and one woman had their names commemorated in stained glass at High Wycombe Town Hall. This exhibition highlights their contributions to the progress of the town. Wed 4th May – Tues 31st May I Library opening times High Wycombe Library, Eden Place Free admission
Silk Painting Course Take time for yourself and join textile artist Osvalda Teiser for a series of workshops to introduce the techniques of silk painting. These are practical, taught sessions and protective clothing should be worn. All materials included. Weds 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th May I 6.00pm – 8.00pm Wycombe Museum Course fee: £45; discount for WLC card-holders; please book on 01494 421895
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A Dizzy Spell presented by Fourplay A tribute to Hughenden and someone who lived there – devised and directed by Ronald Swains. Wed 4th May I 8.00pm Church House (next to Hughenden Church), Hughenden Park Tickets: £8
hughenden Woodland Walk with Hughenden Ranger, Steve Kirkpatrick Meet in the stableyard. The walk will take approx 1½ hours Fri 6th & 13th May I 1.30pm I Hughenden Manor No charge
King Zog’s Chiltern Exile A High Wycombe Society talk given by Neil Rees King Zog of Albania was exiled during wartime and lived near High Wycombe. Neil Rees is the author of a book on this subject. Fri 6th May I 7.30pm I The Guildhall, High Wycombe Admission free - donations welcome.
Under milk Wood by Dylan Thomas The Lane End Players This is a true "Classic" of modern British writing with a wonderful, mischievous use of language Fri 6th, Sat 7th, Fri 13th, Sat 14th May I 8.00pm I Lane End Village Hall Tickets: May 6th £7, concs. £5. May 7th, 13th and 14th: £10, concs. £7 on 07706 426320, or boxoffice@laneendplayers,com, or on the door.
The Pied Piper - A musical for Children Script by Liza Phipps Music composed and orchestrated by Avril Thompson Performed by Bledlow Ridge School, Great Kingshill C of E School, High Wycombe C of E School, St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School and Tylers Green Middle School. Following the highly successful “Noah” Musical in 2009, we are pleased to present “The Pied Piper”. Your children are very welcome to take part in the “Rats’ Procession” during the show. Please bring your cuddly toy rat. Sat 7th May I 4.00pm – 5.15pm All Saints’ Parish Church, High Wycombe Free admission I Retiring collection for the Wycombe Night Shelter.
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A concert by the Chiltern Camerata Conductor: Sam Laughton, Soloist Alan Brett (cello) Mozart: Symphony No 29 in A major Haydn: Cello Concerto in C major (soloist Alan Brett) Samuel Wesley: Symphony No.5 in A Sat. 7th May I 7.30pm, doors open at 6.45pm St. Lawrence Church, West Wycombe Hill Tickets: (unreserved) £12, concs. £10; accompanied under 14s free, on 01494 883112, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and on the door. Website: www.chiltern-camerata.org.uk
Façade - An Entertainment
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Edith Sitwell's witty and fantastic poems recited over an instrumental accompaniment by William Walton of brilliant parodies of the jazz, popular and 'serious' idioms of the time. Originally performed with the poems recited using a megaphone protruding through a painted backdrop of a giant mouth, the work is a unique and compelling piece of 1920s eccentricity. Recitors - Liza Hobbs and Ian Noonan accompanied by the Sitwell Sextet Sun 8th May I 7.30pm I Trinity (United Reformed Church), London Road Tickets: £10
The rGS Summer Concert To include works by Mozart, Vivaldi, Bach and Elgar and featuring this year’s departing sixth-formers: Jonathan Venvell - oboe, Susruta Manivannan - xylophone, Jonny Lane and Tristan Harkcom - trumpet and Jordan Lam - clarinet with the RGS Festival Orchestra, the RGS Senior Wind Band, the RGS Close Harmony Group “Singers Limited” and the award-winning RGS Big Band Tues 10th May I 7.30pm I The Queen’s Hall, The Royal Grammar School Tickets: (numbered) £6, concs. £3, only from the RGS Box Office 01494 551433 and online at the RGS website www.rgshw.com
English Dancing masters - by candlelight A programme of dances and entertainment from the Renaissance and English Baroque played by Aurora in the atmospheric 15th century Church House. Dawn Johnstone on lute, guitar and theorbo and Maria Sanger on recorders. Wed 11th May I 8.00pm Church House (next to Hughenden Church), Hughenden Park Tickets: £8, also on the door
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The history of music in london Friends of High Wycombe Libraries From Henry VIII to The Last Night of the Proms – an appreciation of how our capital has been at the centre of this country’s music. Thurs 12th May I 7.30pm I High Wycombe Library Tickets: £3 members; £4 non-members; £2 BNU students, only on the door.
A Window Through Time – The victorian Cemetery A High Wycombe Society event led by Sally Scagell Not suitable for young children; sturdy footwear recommended Thurs 12th May & Tues 24th May I 7.00pm – 8.30pm approx High Wycombe Cemetery Tickets: £3.50, only from Ann Simone 01494 448773
The Glories of venice and rome Concerto delle Donne Donna Deam, Fay Newton and Gill Ross: Sopranos Alastair Ross: Organ perform music by Monteverdi and Carissimi Fri 13th May I 8.00pm I Church of St Mary and St George, Sands Tickets: £12, students £5; also on the door.
Festival open Art Exhibition Annual event of works by local artists Those wishing to exhibit contact 01628 473539 or email: email@example.com Sat 14th – Sat 21st May I Open daily 10.00am – 5.00pm Sunday 11.00am – 4.00pm Eden Unit 113, Octagon Gallery (opposite the Guildhall) Admission free
South bucks Children’s book Group Cat Capers/Stories, Song and Crafts 3 – 5 years: 10.00 – 11.00am Tickets: £2.50 members, £3.00 non-members; also on 01494 440849
From Art to Animation Experience the magic of animation with Leigh Hodgkinson in an interactive workshop. 5 – 8 years: 11.30am – 1.00pm 9 years – adult: 2.30pm – 4.30pm Tickets: £6 members, £7 non-members; also on 01494 440849 Sat 14th May I St John Ambulance Centre, Harlow Road, High Wycombe
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A Concert of English music Wycombe Sinfonia with Conductor: John Dunnett and Violin soloist: Marilyn Vanryne Vaughan Williams: Symphony No 5 Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance Marches Nos 2 and 4, Chanson de Matin and Chanson de Nuit Grainger: Shepherd’s Hey Delius: On hearing the first cuckoo in spring Britten: Soirees Musicales Sat 14th May I 7.30pm I All Saints’ Parish Church, High Wycombe Tickets: £12, concs. £10, accompanied child £1, also on the door
Spring Concert Marlow Choral Society conducted by Christopher Grant with the Cygnus Orchestra of London “Come and hear the splendour of Haydn’s Nelson Mass and then be transported to Italy for the flair of Opera Choruses!” Sat 14th May I 7.30pm I Marlow Parish Church Tickets: £12, from Lakes, West Street, Marlow, 01628 471015 or 07976 848002, also on the door.
Pann mill open Day High Wycombe Society welcomes you to watch the restored mill grinding flour (water level permitting). Bric-a-brac stalls, children’s activities and refreshments. Guided Walks from 2.30pm: Water Trail: a circular trip from Pann Mill, lasting approx 75 mins; Town Trail: from the Parish Church, lasting approx. 90 mins and ending at Pann Mill in time for tea! Sun 15th May I 11.00am – 5.00pm I Pann Mill, The Rye, High Wycombe Free
Pull out the Stops! A celebration of our refurbished Father Willis Organ, with vocal and instrumental interludes; featuring Geraldine and Jeremy Rowe with other talented local musicians. All proceeds to Christian Aid. Sun 15th May I 7.30pm Christ Church (United Reformed Church), Oxford Road, Marlow Tickets: £8 (incl. glass of wine), on 01628 486227, from D & J News, 35 West Street, Marlow, or on the door.
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The vale Trio John Reid - piano, Emma Wragg - violin and Yvonne Parsons - cello This brilliant group makes a welcome return to the Wycombe Arts Festival with two seminal works from the nineteenth-century Austro-German repertoire. Both Schubert’s Trio in E flat, completed the year before his death at the age of thirty-one, and Brahms’ B major Trio combine passionate lyricism, drama and intimacy within a monumental framework. By way of an appetiser, the Trio opens its programme with three of Frank Bridge’s charming salon pieces. Sun 15th May I 8.00pm I St. Lawrence Church, West Wycombe Hill Tickets: £10
Notable literary Anniversaries The Russian Cultural Club presents a talk by Dr. Tony Williams Dr Williams is a speaker for the international Dickens Fellowship and a Research Fellow at the University of Buckingham. Tues 17th May I 7.45pm The Mind Centre, Easton Street (opposite the Law Courts) Tickets: £5
A midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare presented by Fourways Shakespeare’s ever popular comedy performed in the open air. This is a traditional ‘British Summer’ production, so audiences should be prepared for changes in the weather. Wed and Thurs 18th and 19th May I 7.45pm Wycombe High School grounds – the amphitheatre Wed 25th - Sat 28th May (incl) 7.45pm, Matinee Sat 28th 2.00pm Uplands House, Four Ashes Road, Cryers Hill Please bring rugs/chairs to this venue. Some seating provided Tickets: £12, concs. £10, family tickets (up to 2 adults and 3 children under 14) £35, from Wycombe Library, Eden. Group bookings available on 01494 522722. Refreshments available at both venues.
ivor Gurney - Wycombe’s First World War poet presented by Sam Laughton A journey through his life in his own words and music. Gurney is regarded as one of the great World War I poets, often contrasting the horrors of the frontline with the beauty and tranquillity of his native English landscape. Wed 18th May I 8.00pm Church House, (next to Hughenden Church) Hughenden Park Tickets: £8
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lady Windermere’s Fan - by oscar Wilde A biting satire on the morals of Victorian society, particularly marriage produced by Performing Arts students of Bucks New University Main sponsors: Bell Cars and The Bootlegger Bar Thurs 19th May I 7.00pm Buckinghamshire New University – Drama Studio Tickets: £4.50, concs. £2.50, only on the door
An Edwardian reflection on a Century of Change in high Wycombe Friends of High Wycombe Libraries Jackie Kay from the High Wycombe Society will talk about the men and wormen who are commemorated in a stained glass window which was installed in the Oak Room of the Town Hall in 1911. Thurs 19th May I 7.30pm I High Wycombe Library Tickets: £3 members of FOHWL; £4 non-members; £2 Bucks University students with valid ID
Festival Jazz - Emily Saunders
band - brazilian rhythms
An exciting 7 piece band led by a very talented singer Featuring the internationally renowned trumpeter Byron Wallen, ‘one of the most innovative, exciting and original trumpet players alive’ (Jazzwise magazine) - alongside Nick Walters - trumpet, John Turville - piano, Larry Bartley - bass, Jon Scott - drums and Bosco De Oliveira - percussion. This combination of voice and horns produces a fascinating and unique sound, creating complex soundscapes of colours contrasting with delicate, sensuous melodies. Fri 20th May I 8.00pm I The Irish Club (above Railway Place car park) Tickets: £10, also on the door
The mayor’s may Fayre History will come to life for High Wycombe’s annual mayor-making event with a history-themed May Fayre for all the family. Crowds can join in High Wycombe’s unique tradition of weighing-in its incoming and outgoing mayors. Visitors will catch a living, breathing glimpse of High Wycombe in the 1600s with pikemen and musketeers dressed in full period costume and watch one of their thrilling displays. There will also be free ‘Mystery History’ town tours, children’s craft activities, medieval Italian market, competitions and more. Sat 21st May I 10.00am – 5.00pm I High Wycombe, Frogmoor
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City of london Sinfonia Festival Concert Mozart: Mozart: R. Strauss: Schubert:
Adagio and Fugue in C Minor Bassoon Concerto Duet-Concertino for solo clarinet and bassoon Symphony No.5
Michael Collins, conductor and clarinet Karen Geoghegan, bassoon Bassoon soloist Karen Geoghegan made her mark in the finals of BBC’s Classical Star competition in 2008. Her sense of style and musicianship bring Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto to life and, together with Michael Collins, she plays a rarely performed late concert work by Richard Strauss. Sat 21st May I 7.30pm I All Saints’ Parish Church, High Wycombe Tickets: £18 and £10; concs. £1.50 off; groups 8+ 10% off, student standby (16-25 years) £5
bradenham harp recital Come and enjoy an hour of delightful music for the harp played by Sarah Goss, a locally based professional harpist, in the lounge of the historic Bradenham Manor followed by a cream tea and a walk in the gardens. This National Trust owned property was the home of Isaac Disraeli, father of Benjamin. Sun 22nd May I 3.00pm I Bradenham Manor Tickets: £7.50 including tea.
Festival Choral Evensong The combined choirs of All Saints’ High Wycombe and All Saints’ Marlow join together to perform some choral favourites as part of this year’s Choral Evensong! Sun 22nd May I 6.30pm I All Saints’ Church, High Wycombe All welcome
Dido and Aeneas A Concert Performance of Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas Conductor: Gillian Dibden MBE Performed by Marlow Community Choir at Borlase Supported by a string orchestra and dance students from Borlase Performing Arts College Wed 25th May I 7.30pm I Performing Arts Theatre, Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School, West Street, Marlow Tickets: £12, concs. £10. Prior reservation of tickets is advisable: Online Box Office: www.bucksinfo.net/mccab/box-office or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or hotline (24/7) 07092 046118
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Jesus Christ Superstar - by Andrew lloyd-Webber and Tim rice presented by Wyspas The story of the last six days of the life of Christ through the eyes of Judas Iscariot. With superb songs such as ”I don’t know how to love him”, “Heaven on their minds” and “Gethsemane”, this is a show not to be missed. Wed 25th May – Sat 28th May incl, Wed, Thurs, Fri & Sat 7.45pm plus a Sat matinee at 2.45pm Wycombe Community Arts Centre, Desborough Road Tickets: Thurs, Fri, Sat eves: £12; Wed eve & Sat matinee: £10, also on 01494 565425; for further info see our website www.wyspas.info
A midsummer Night’s Dream (Details see page 8) Weds 25th - Sat 28th May Uplands House, Four Ashes Road, Cryers Hill, High Wycombe
my Cloak of Dreams A mesmerising performance, weaving biographical stories and folk tales together with local storyteller Danya Miller “a dramatic, energetic, creative and original storyteller” Wed 25th May I 8.00pm Church House (next to Hughenden Church) Hughenden Park Tickets: £8
marlow Art and Crafts Society Exhibition Artists/craftworkers wishing to exhibit contact 01628 473539 Sat 28th May – Thurs 2nd June I 10.00am – 5.30pm The Church Hall, The Causeway, Marlow Admission 30p
Dizzy’s Games Play croquet on the South lawn or try another traditional Victorian game in the beautiful formal gardens of Hughenden Manor, former home of Benjamin Disraeli. Suitable for all ages!
Sat 28th May – Sat 5th June I 11.00am – 5.00pm I Hughenden Manor Free for National Trust members/normal admission charges apply
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Kobika Dance – reflections - Street Theatre The Kobika Youth and Junior Dance companies come together to celebrate dance as an expressive and enjoyable art form. Join them as they dance and reflect on pieces performed over the last year. For more information visit: www.kobikadance.co.uk Sat 28th May I 1.00pm – 3.00pm I Eden Shopping Centre
A musical journey through Europe Chapel Choir of Royal Holloway, University of London This nationally acclaimed ensemble’s first visit to Marlow – one not to be missed! ‘What more could you possibly ask for?’ (Gramaphone) Sat 28th May I 7.30pm I Marlow Parish Church Tickets: £12, £10, also from 01628 481806 and Marlow Tourist Information
An Apple for my love presented by Eclipse Following their stunning performance of Spanish Spice two years ago, we are delighted to welcome back this talented international group. This production is a celebration of music from the British Isles based on it’s rich Celtic tradition alongside elements of the English Baroque. A feast of Irish jigs, English folk songs, Celtic legends, Baroque grounds and Purcell songs. Joy Smith - Celtic harp, Layil Barr - recorders and viol, Nicholas Hurndall Smith - tenor, joined by Steve Player - baroque dance and guitars.
Sun 29th May I 8.00pm I St Lawrence Church, West Wycombe Hill Tickets: £12
bach and beyond George Ross - cello and Alastair Ross - harpsichord Music by Bach and Haydn
Fri 3rd June I 8.00pm I Trinity United Reformed Church, London Road Tickets: £10, students £5; also on the door
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Another view from the hill A guided walk through historic West Wycombe, to include St. Lawrence Church, the Hill and Village, with Neil Harris, Countryside Manager of the National Trust. Starting from Garden Centre Car Park Sat 4th June I 2.30pm – 4.30pm I West Wycombe Village Free
A Night at the opera presented by Co-Opera Co A Night at the Opera is a celebration of youthful love and ardour, featuring some of the most cherished music from the world of opera to provide an evening filled with the excitement and passion that only Opera can provide. Sung by a quartet of the world’s finest new talented singers who have brought the company unrivalled critical acclaim. Whether you are an incurable opera lover or an innocent opera virgin, Co-Opera Co. has something for you – a fresh youthful take on the world of opera. Sat 4th June I 8.00pm I St Lawrence Church, West Wycombe Hill Tickets: £12
Coro This Chamber Choir will perform a programme of Tudor Church Music plus motets by Stanford and works by Poulenc and other 20th century composers. There will also be solo piano works played by Paul Moore.
Sun 5th June I 3.30pm I St. Lawrence Church, West Wycombe Hill Tickets: £6. There will be light refreshments in the interval
music for a Sunday Afternoon played by Shea Lollin, a highly talented clarinettist, who lectures at Morley College and has founded the City Wind Orchestra and the Bloomsbury Woodwind Ensemble.
Sun 5th June I 4.00pm I Marlow Parish Church Admission free. Afternoon tea will be served in the church at 4.45pm
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Wednesday lunchtime recitals (please note venue change)
instrumental recitals: Union baptist Church, Easton Street 1.10pm – 1.50pm Retiring collection
Wednesday 4th May: Richard Wainwright - horn, Rosemary Wainwright - violin and Marissa Thornton-Wood - piano – a programme to include Brahms Trio for violin, horn and piano
Wednesday 11th May: Thomas Aldren - violin and Marissa Thornton-Wood - piano play works by Elgar
Wednesday 18th May: Pupils from The Purcell School talented youngsters perform
Wednesday 25th May: Gretel Scott - violin and James Duff - viola, who are pupils at Dr Challenor’s High School and the Royal Grammar School, perform, together with Marissa Thornton-Wood, duets and solos. The Committee of the Wycombe Arts Festival wishes to place on record its thanks for the support given by Wycombe District Council and all other sponsors and patrons. The details in this programme were correct at the time of going to print. Any alterations or additions will be announced in the local press or on our website www.wycombeartsfestival.org.uk. You are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting of the Wycombe Arts Festival, which will be held in the Wycombe District Council Offices, High Wycombe at 8.00pm on Tuesday, 4th October 2011. Festival website produced and maintained by Simply Designs. www.simply-designs.co.uk
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Friday lunchtime recitals
organ recitals: marlow Parish Church 1.10pm – 1.50pm Retiring collection. Light lunches available from 12.30pm Friday 6th May: Michael Frith, formerly of All Saints Hertford and Middlesex University
Friday 13th May: John Pryer, Organiste Titulaire of the Birmingham Oratory and Organist of Alexandra Palace. A master of improvisation!
Friday 20th May: Richard Carr – recitalist throughout the UK and USA
Friday 27th May: Philip Aspden – Director of Music at Reading School and St Mary the Virgin, Henley on Thames
Wycombe Arts Festival Registered Charity No. 261431 Hon. Life Members: Peggy Archard, Wendy Craig & David Cresswell It is with regret that we record the death of Albert Attwood, Hon. Life Member and a past chairman of the festival COMMITTEE John Beaumont (Chairman) David Twissell (Treasurer) Gail Salter (Secretary) Pat Begley Sue Carey Mike Gardner Daphne Glover Hamid Jahanpour Yolande Nye Janet Roake Gill Twissell PATRONS Mrs. D. Atkinson Mrs J. F. Barber Revd. Mrs V.J. Beaumont Mrs. P. A. Chamberlen
Mr. & Mrs. W. M. Clarke Mr. D. A. E. Cox Dr. D. W. Davies Mrs. M.C. Davies Mrs. J.E. Gabbitas Mr. J.G. Gabbitas Mr. R.J. Gates Mrs. D.L. Glover Mr. W.S. Glover Mrs. V.A. Letheren Dr. A.W.J. Medhurst Mrs. K.M. Peatey, M.B.E., J.P. Mrs. M.L. Phipps Cllr. Mrs. P. Priestley Cllr. R.C. Pushman Mrs. J.K. Roake Dr. L.D.A. Saunders Mrs. J.E. Saunders Mrs. B.H. Toovey
Mr. C.F. Turner Dr. D.J. Twissell Mrs. G.E.M. Twissell Mrs. R.A. Vere Cllr. R. Wilson SPONSORS Arts Council England Wycombe District Council Mrs. R.A. Vere The Eden Centre Bucks New University The National Trust Sabeti Simply Designs St. Lawrence Church The Red Lion, Bradenham Union Baptist Church Grant Thornton UK.LLA
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PUBLIC CAR PARKS 1. Parish Church 2. Trinity United Reformed Church 3. Arts Centre 4. Pann Mill 5. Eden Centre 6. Mind Centre 7. The Library 8. Guild Hall 9. Royal Grammar School 10. Union Baptist Church 11. BNU Drama Studio 12. Irish Club 13. St John’s Ambulance Centre
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