It's the weekend again (hooray!) and as always, there are plenty of events in and around the local area to keep you entertained.
Turvey Bloomers Apple Pressing Day @ Turvey Village Hall from 11am-2pm.
Come along for a great free event at Turvey Village hall, with fresh and bottled apple juice, cider, breakfasts, ploughman's lunches, cakes, honey, bread and pies, all locally produced. There'll also be plants (to buy, not to eat!) and there'll be musical entertainment to enjoy along with your food and drink.
The Ancient Order of Foresters- Annual Charity Brunch @ The Harrold United Reformed Church from 10am-noon.
This event is being organised by Gill and Brian Hillier on behalf of The Ancient Order of Foresters, in aid of Sense for deaf-blind people. Come along and enjoy an English breakfast or danish pastry and tea or coffee, all for a donation. Enjoy the wonderful, foot-tapping sounds of the Bedford Ukulele group as you eat or drink. There will also be a raffle, cake stall and the chance to get in there early and buy some Christmas cards and wrapping paper.
Local Choirs and the Hospice sing @ Newport Pagnell Parish Church at 7.30pm.
Join the Newport Pagnell singers and the Cranfield based Sounds Familiar Community Choir in celebrating the role of the Hospices in our local communities. The concert is organised by the choirs in association with the Friends of Willen Hospice. Tickets cost £8.
Bark in the park @ Ouzel Valley Park at 10am.
The monthly dog-walking social is back, at just £1 per dog, come along and meet other dog walkers and enjoy a new dog-walking route. Walks typically last between 1-1.5 hours and involve on and off lead walking. Meet in the car park on Simpson Drive, off H9 Groveway.
HULA animal rescue: St Francis open day @ Glebe farm, Salford Road, Aspley Guise. 1-4pm.
An afternoon full of various events and entertainment for all the family, including: a 'happily rehomed' parade, HULA dog parade, animal blessing, fun and games for the kids, bazaar and book store, delicious refreshments, and the chance to meet the resident farm animals. Dogs are welcome. Admission costs £2 for adults and £1 per child. All proceeds go to the care and welfare of HULA's animals.
Olney Wedding Fair @ Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul, Olney Church Hall from 11am-3pm.
Free entry for all your wedding inspiration needs. There's cake, menswear, bridal wear, photography, wedding stationary, wedding car hire and lots more.
and all weekend...
The Organ Museum festival @ Milton Keynes Museum, McConnell Drive, Saturday and Sunday.
The organ festival is a great weekend. Come along to experience the wonderful sounds of mechanical organs, from large fairground organs to small hand organs, model steam engine and more.
Have a great weekend!