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St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

May 28, 1:00pm - May 28, 5:00pm

West Wycombe Churches
West Wycombe
West Wycombe,   Map

Our famous "Golden Ball" church is open every Sunday and Bank Holiday monday from Easter to end of September. Built in the 14th century and then dramatically changed in 1763. This is certainly worth the climb up the hill to church Sir Francis Dashwood followed the example of many patrons of his time and restored his medieval church. After a grand tour of Europe and Ottoman empire, Sir Francis had some grand ideas. The famous Golden Ball is a copy of the custom house in Venice. Climb the winding church tower steps to reach the summit just below the infamous Golden Ball. Will views over the the Chiltern hills it is certainly breath taking. With in the church you will see some amazing frescos. Artists were brought over from Italy to work on the Church. In the Chancel their a striking painting by Giovanni Borgnis of the Last Supper. Why not enjoy some tea and cake inside the church itself, it has recently been used in the latest Bridget Jones diary. Parking is available at the top of West Wycombe hill at the end of Church Lane. Prices Climb the tower Adults - £2.00 Child - £0.50 Entry into the Church is free The money from visitors climbing tower and donations are used to keep this church looking so amazing.... See MoreSee Less

A Serenade to Summer

A Serenade to Summer

May 28, 6:00pm - May 28, 9:00pm

St Lawrence's Church, West Wycombe
High Wycombe,  HP14 Map

Part of Wycombe Arts Festival. A gorgeous programme in a wonderfully located church. Whitacre: i thank You God for most this amazing day Whitacre: i will wade out Whitacre: hope, faith, life, love Fauré: Madrigal Fauré: Cantique de Jean Racine Bax: What is it like to be young and fair? Finzi: White-Flowering Days Rubbra: Salutation Stanford: The Blue Bird Saint-Saens: Calme des nuits Saint-Saens: Les fleurs et les arbres Trad (arr. Bairstow): The Oak and the Ash Trad (arr. Jonathan Rathbone): The Ash Grove Roderick Williams: Dr Seuss’s Sleep Thoughts Myers (arr. Roderick Williams): She was beautiful Rodgers (arr. Sanjay Manohar): My Funny Valentine Rodgers (arr. David Blackwell: Blue Moon Gershwin (arr. David Blackwell): ‘S wonderful Gershwin (arr. Roderick Williams): Summer time Gershwin (arr. Christopher Clapham): I got rhythm... See MoreSee Less

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

May 29, 1:00pm - May 29, 5:00pm

West Wycombe Churches
West Wycombe
West Wycombe,   Map

Our famous "Golden Ball" church is open every Sunday and Bank Holiday monday from Easter to end of September. Built in the 14th century and then dramatically changed in 1763. This is certainly worth the climb up the hill to church Sir Francis Dashwood followed the example of many patrons of his time and restored his medieval church. After a grand tour of Europe and Ottoman empire, Sir Francis had some grand ideas. The famous Golden Ball is a copy of the custom house in Venice. Climb the winding church tower steps to reach the summit just below the infamous Golden Ball. Will views over the the Chiltern hills it is certainly breath taking. With in the church you will see some amazing frescos. Artists were brought over from Italy to work on the Church. In the Chancel their a striking painting by Giovanni Borgnis of the Last Supper. Why not enjoy some tea and cake inside the church itself, it has recently been used in the latest Bridget Jones diary. Parking is available at the top of West Wycombe hill at the end of Church Lane. Prices Climb the tower Adults - £2.00 Child - £0.50 Entry into the Church is free The money from visitors climbing tower and donations are used to keep this church looking so amazing.... See MoreSee Less

Hell Fire Caves Ghost Hunt - SOLD OUT

Hell Fire Caves Ghost Hunt - SOLD OUT

Jun 3, 8:00pm - Jun 4, 2:00am

Hell-Fire Caves
Church Lane
West Wycombe,  HP14 3AH Map

Take part in an intense night of investigation with Dusk Till Dawn Events as we descend 300 feet down in to the darkest depths of the haunted Hell Fire Caves. Discover the many foreboding underground chambers and eerie passageways which are awaiting you on this incredible yet terrifying Ghost Hunt. Incredibly the entire Hell Fire Caves are thought to have been dug by hand and the cave walls still show the individual pick axe marks to this very day. The caves were extended in the 1740’s by Sir Francis Dashwood who was the founder of the famous Hellfire Club. It is said that Sir Francis held the notorious Hell Fire Club meetings in the Inner Temple deep inside the caves. The actual cave system is found several hundred feet below a Church and well known aristocrats and statesmen were the main members of this secret underground sect. There are many ghosts said to dwell at this location and strange occurrences happen frequently. An apparition has been reported very recently of a girl, she is thought to be the Spirit of a young girl called Suki who worked in the local area. She sadly met her untimely death in the caves, where she was stoned to death by a group of local youths, when a practical joke backfired and it is since this time that she has been seen wandering along the corridors of this dark and atmospheric cave complex. Deep inside this vast venue, there is a warren of caves, chambers and halls to explore and paranormal phenomena such as strange lights, mists and discarnate voices have been captured on many EVP recordings along with stone throwing poltergeist activity which has also been reported by visitors frequently. This really is a chilling location and not one to be missed, so join Dusk Till Dawn Events for a terrifying night of ghost hunting, as we try to communicate with the many strange energies said to still reside deep inside these dark awaiting chambers! Copyright © 2017 Dusk Till Dawn Events #ghosthunts #dusktilldawnevents #hauntings #hellfirecaves... See MoreSee Less

Craft Market - West Wycombe

Craft Market - West Wycombe

Jun 4, 11:00am - Jun 4, 3:00pm

West Wycombe Village Hall

Talented local crafters will be filling West Wycombe Village hall selling their hand made products. Whether your looking for a wedding present or fathers present, you will find an unique present that is made with love and care. Free parking and refreshments available. Free admission... See MoreSee Less

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

Jun 4, 1:00pm - Jun 4, 5:00pm

West Wycombe Churches
West Wycombe
West Wycombe,   Map

Our famous "Golden Ball" church is open every Sunday and Bank Holiday monday from Easter to end of September. Built in the 14th century and then dramatically changed in 1763. This is certainly worth the climb up the hill to church Sir Francis Dashwood followed the example of many patrons of his time and restored his medieval church. After a grand tour of Europe and Ottoman empire, Sir Francis had some grand ideas. The famous Golden Ball is a copy of the custom house in Venice. Climb the winding church tower steps to reach the summit just below the infamous Golden Ball. Will views over the the Chiltern hills it is certainly breath taking. With in the church you will see some amazing frescos. Artists were brought over from Italy to work on the Church. In the Chancel their a striking painting by Giovanni Borgnis of the Last Supper. Why not enjoy some tea and cake inside the church itself, it has recently been used in the latest Bridget Jones diary. Parking is available at the top of West Wycombe hill at the end of Church Lane. Prices Climb the tower Adults - £2.00 Child - £0.50 Entry into the Church is free The money from visitors climbing tower and donations are used to keep this church looking so amazing.... See MoreSee Less

Beacon On The Hill- West Wycombe

Beacon On The Hill- West Wycombe

Jun 9, 6:30pm - Jun 9, 9:30pm

West Wycombe Village
West Wycombe,  HP14 3 Map

Please join us in celebrating Britain's Longest Reigning Monarch. Queen Elizabeth II became the first British Monarch this year to celebrate a Sapphire jubilee commemorating 65 years on the throne! Lighting of the Beacon will be at 8.00pm on West Wycombe Hill. Come early, bring a rug, picnic and enjoy a Summers evening celebrating with family and friends.... See MoreSee Less

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

Jun 11, 1:00pm - Jun 11, 4:00pm

West Wycombe Churches
West Wycombe
West Wycombe,   Map

Our famous "Golden Ball" church is open every Sunday and Bank Holiday monday from Easter to end of September. Built in the 14th century and then dramatically changed in 1763. This is certainly worth the climb up the hill to church Sir Francis Dashwood followed the example of many patrons of his time and restored his medieval church. After a grand tour of Europe and Ottoman empire, Sir Francis had some grand ideas. The famous Golden Ball is a copy of the custom house in Venice. Climb the winding church tower steps to reach the summit just below the infamous Golden Ball. Will views over the the Chiltern hills it is certainly breath taking. With in the church you will see some amazing frescos. Artists were brought over from Italy to work on the Church. In the Chancel their a striking painting by Giovanni Borgnis of the Last Supper. Why not enjoy some tea and cake inside the church itself, it has recently been used in the latest Bridget Jones diary. Parking is available at the top of West Wycombe hill at the end of Church Lane. Prices Climb the tower Adults - £2.00 Child - £0.50 Entry into the Church is free The money from visitors climbing tower and donations are used to keep this church looking so amazing.... See MoreSee Less

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

Jun 18, 1:00pm - Jun 18, 5:00pm

West Wycombe Churches
West Wycombe
West Wycombe,   Map

Our famous "Golden Ball" church is open every Sunday and Bank Holiday monday from Easter to end of September. Built in the 14th century and then dramatically changed in 1763. This is certainly worth the climb up the hill to church Sir Francis Dashwood followed the example of many patrons of his time and restored his medieval church. After a grand tour of Europe and Ottoman empire, Sir Francis had some grand ideas. The famous Golden Ball is a copy of the custom house in Venice. Climb the winding church tower steps to reach the summit just below the infamous Golden Ball. Will views over the the Chiltern hills it is certainly breath taking. With in the church you will see some amazing frescos. Artists were brought over from Italy to work on the Church. In the Chancel their a striking painting by Giovanni Borgnis of the Last Supper. Why not enjoy some tea and cake inside the church itself, it has recently been used in the latest Bridget Jones diary. Parking is available at the top of West Wycombe hill at the end of Church Lane. Prices Climb the tower Adults - £2.00 Child - £0.50 Entry into the Church is free The money from visitors climbing tower and donations are used to keep this church looking so amazing.... See MoreSee Less

Hellfire Caves SOLD OUT

Hellfire Caves SOLD OUT

Jun 24, 8:00pm - Jun 25, 2:00am

Hell-Fire Caves
Church Lane
West Wycombe,  HP14 3AH Map

£50pp for a night in the hellfire caves as gcuk and afterlife encounters team up for one night only

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

Jun 25, 1:00pm - Jun 25, 5:00pm

West Wycombe Churches
West Wycombe
West Wycombe,   Map

Our famous "Golden Ball" church is open every Sunday and Bank Holiday monday from Easter to end of September. Built in the 14th century and then dramatically changed in 1763. This is certainly worth the climb up the hill to church Sir Francis Dashwood followed the example of many patrons of his time and restored his medieval church. After a grand tour of Europe and Ottoman empire, Sir Francis had some grand ideas. The famous Golden Ball is a copy of the custom house in Venice. Climb the winding church tower steps to reach the summit just below the infamous Golden Ball. Will views over the the Chiltern hills it is certainly breath taking. With in the church you will see some amazing frescos. Artists were brought over from Italy to work on the Church. In the Chancel their a striking painting by Giovanni Borgnis of the Last Supper. Why not enjoy some tea and cake inside the church itself, it has recently been used in the latest Bridget Jones diary. Parking is available at the top of West Wycombe hill at the end of Church Lane. Prices Climb the tower Adults - £2.00 Child - £0.50 Entry into the Church is free The money from visitors climbing tower and donations are used to keep this church looking so amazing.... See MoreSee Less

Samaritans Cycle

Samaritans Cycle

Jul 1, 7:30am - Jul 1, 4:00pm

West Wycombe Park
High Wycombe,  HP14 3 Map

The Samaritans cycle is a sportive on the Saturday 1st July 2017 , with electronic timing, free pint, free hamburger, shiny medal , free ticket to the Hell-fire caves and really fantastic scenery and all proceeds go to the local Samaritans which will help them help others. There are 3 Routes to choose from (in miles): Dashwood 25 Challenge £15 Hellfire 50 Challenge £30 Hellfire 80 Challenge £30... See MoreSee Less

West Wycombe Summer Fayre and Classic Car Show

West Wycombe Summer Fayre and Classic Car Show

Jul 8, 11:30am - Jul 8, 4:00pm

West Wycombe Park
High Wycombe,  HP14 3 Map

Annual Summer Fayre in the beautiful National Trust grounds of West Wycombe Park.

Carters Steam Fair

Carters Steam Fair

Jul 15, 12:00pm - Jul 16, 8:00pm

Pedestal field, West Wycombe

Open Saturday 12 noon-11pm; Sunday 12 noon-8pm. Free admission; Dogs welcome. FREE fireworks at 9pm Saturday night! Postcode: HP12 4AH How to get there: By bus: Stop at Pedestal (Northbound) (321), or Village Hall (40 & 275). By train: The field is a 5 minute taxi ride from Saunderton station, or 10 minutes from High Wycombe station. By car: There is parking available at the ground. PLEASE NOTE FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT THE ORGANISERS CARTERS STEAM FAIR.... See MoreSee Less

NRC open showing show & fun dog show 2017

NRC open showing show & fun dog show 2017

Jul 30, 8:00am

West Wycombe Park
High Wycombe,  HP14 3 Map

Classes include dressage, working hunter and in hand. Also fun dog show

Craft Market

Craft Market

Aug 20, 11:00am - Aug 20, 3:00pm

West Wycombe Village hall

Sunday 20th August Sunday 19th November Celebrating our local talent crafters with four craft markets in the stunning village of West Wycombe Whether your looking for a wedding present or fathers present, you will find an unique present that is made with love and care. Free parking and refreshments available. Free admission... See MoreSee Less

CoRS Hellfire meet 2017

CoRS Hellfire meet 2017

Oct 28, 7:00pm - Oct 28, 11:00pm

Hell-Fire Caves
Church Lane
West Wycombe,  HP14 3AH Map

Prepare yourself for a night of fun, scares and laughs as we head to the Hellfire caves for the halloween fright night event. Its going to be a great event for us Satanists to take in the ambience of the hellfire caves, while at the same time being spooked by the actors working there. After the hellfire event there are plenty of traditional pubs where we can then party the night away. Admission is £9.50 and the tickets can be purchased from our store via this link corsmerch.tictail.com/products/meets We hope to see many of you there for our devilish meeting Hail Thyself... See MoreSee Less

Craft Market

Craft Market

Nov 19, 11:00am - Nov 19, 3:00pm

West Wycombe Village Hall

Sunday 19th November Celebrating our local talent crafters with four craft markets in the stunning village of West Wycombe Whether your looking for a wedding present or fathers present, you will find an unique present that is made with love and care. Free parking and refreshments available. Free admission... See MoreSee Less