Buckinghamshire attractions and events, things to do in Buckinghamshire, UK.
Events and Attractions in Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire Attractions and Events - Weston Turville Church: One of the main attractions for many in the village of Weston Turville, Buckinghamshire, is its historic church, a religious symbol of the village for many centuries. The parish Church of St Mary, dates mostly from the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, though the roof and tower was constructed in the fifteenth century, you can see a picture of the church on the left. Other nearby places with interesting churches include Aylesbury, with its ancient St Mary’s church, surrounded by what’s left of old Aylesbury. In the village of Aston Clinton you will find the parish church of St Michael and All Angels, also close by in Stoke Mandeville you will find a church that was constructed by a builder from Weston Turville, this is called the church of St Mary the Virgin, Mary seemingly being a popular name for churches in this area! And finally we shall head to Wendover, where the parish church is also dedicated to St Mary the Virgin, making four St Mary’s out of five churches. Thus ends our brief tour around the churches of Weston Turville and its Buckinghamshire environs.
Buckinghamshire Attractions and Events - Gerrards Cross BMX Track: News that Gerrards Cross parish council is considering the idea of funding a BMX track in West Common has received a fairly mixed reception from local residents. While most are in agreement that the youngsters in the area need ways to entertain themselves, there are worries of anti-social behaviour, and also the spoiling of a pretty area. Most of the local youngsters are of course in agreement with the scheme, whilst the adults who often have to deal with the results and clear up the mess afterwards, are not so keen. So all in Gerrards Cross are waiting to see if the idea comes to fruition.
Buckinghamshire Attractions and Events - Chesham Elgiva Theatre: Chesham Elgiva Theatre - The Elgiva Theatre is situated in the town centre of Chesham in Buckinghamshire, on the A416 as it passes through the town. It hosts a variety of events and shows in Chesham, with pantomimes, musicals and theatre. It is just a five minute stroll from the railway station by way of Chesham High Street. Chesham is just forty minutes by train from Baker Street, London (Metropolitan Line Underground) and Marylebone, London (on the Chiltern Line mainline), and a shorter trip from Amersham, Aylesbury and Wendover. Chesham is easily accessible from the M25, the M1, and the M40 motorways. The Elgiva Theatre is a popular attraction for the people of Chesham, Amersham, Little Chalfont and Berkhamsted, it is a great place to head when the weather is unpleasant. For your refreshment, the Café Encore in the Elgiva Theatre is open 10am-3pm Monday to Saturday. The address of the Elgiva Theatre Chesham is: The Elgiva Theatre, St Mary's Way, Chesham, Buckinghamshire, HP5 1HR, England, United Kingdom.