Buckingham Fringe Week takes Centre Stage

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At the Jumble Sale, locals found bargains, including secondhand toys, clothes, books, bric-a-brac, and other items.

Funds were divided between the Mayor’s Charities, Buckingham Food Bank, Jedidiah UK, and the Salvation Army for hall usage.

Buckingham Community Pantomime actors added joy to the Fringe by performing three sketches despite rain, delighting the Saturday market crowd.

At the Vinson Centre’s Film Place, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish screened, delighting parents and kids with its epic adventure.

Under sunny skies, hundreds of families enjoyed traditional games, live music, inflatables, zorbing, and more at our annual Family Fun Day at Lace Hill Sports & Community Centre.

Thanks to local businesses and groups for providing free community activities, greatly enhancing the day’s enjoyment and participation.

Eager kids flocked to Buckingham Play Days at Chandos Park for free activities, marking the event’s exciting start.

The event featured a bouncy castle, scrap play, giant games, arts & crafts, puppetry, and biscuit decorating, offering diverse entertainment.

Coach Jenner’s initial free summer basketball sessions drew impressive numbers for both age groups, eager to enhance their sports skills.

Art in the Market attracted various ages, yielding fantastic creations. Lemonpop’s Marvin taught street art and watercolor techniques to aspiring artists.

Oxford Fiddle Group entertained a sold-out Radcliffe Centre crowd with lively tunes from England, Scotland, Ireland, and the USA, featuring various instruments and Appalachian dancing.

Families embraced Crafts at the Chantry Chapel, where National Trust volunteers guided enthusiastic children in creative crafts within the town’s oldest structure.

Angelos Epithemiou, Fatiha El-Ghorri, and Peter Rethinasamy delivered sharp humor and wit to a sizable crowd, leaving them entertained.

MC Peter Rethinasamy engaged with front-row attendees. Guest Fatiha El-Ghorri shared uproarious tales about daily life, religion, and womanhood.

Post intermission, headliner Angelos Epithemiou appeared with Sainsbury’s bags, triggering continuous laughter from the audience throughout the evening.

Source : BucksHerald

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