Sing in the season

Residents young and old gathered at St Mary’s Church in Aylesbury for the town council’s Carolfest.This has been a highlight in the council’s free community event calendar since 2009 and thi

Good tidings on travel

Shop local is the message in Bucks as free parking, reduced bus fares and Christmas markets are lined up for next month.Buckinghamshire Council is offering free parking in its car parks that suppo

The singalong season

People can embrace the Christmas spirit at the much-loved seasonal singalong event – Carolfest.This special event on Sunday 10 December is free to attend, welcoming all members of the town commu

Verdi - a date of note

Lord Williams’s Festival Chorus is set to stage one of the most spectacular of choral works, Verdi’s Requiem.The extraordinary piece being performed in Thame on 25 March is often referred to a

Classical choice

The glorious blending of voices with harp is explored in Thame Chamber Choir’s next concert on Saturday 4 March.Joined by leading international tenor - and former Thame resident - Benjamin Hulet

Music fit for a Queen

The Mayor of Aylesbury is inviting residents to enjoy an afternoon of music with Aylesbury Concert Band.The band will be

Power shopping returns

Shop 'til you drop - and help charity at the same time.That's the message from WheelPower, which hosts its annual seasona

Centenary parade

People from across Aylesbury will pay their respects to members of the armed forces who lost their lives in the line of duty, at the town’s annual Remembrance Day Service an

Haddenham's festival coup

A Feast Festival’s opening day brings London’s West End into the heart of Haddenham.The day (14 September) starts with something of a coup for the Feas

Mozart and more...

Thame Chamber Choir’s 20th anniversary year continues with a concert which celebrates achievements since its foundation in 1999.A highlight was its collaboration last year with the Co