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NRC open showing show & fun dog show 2017

NRC open showing show & fun dog show 2017

Jul 30, 8:00am

West Wycombe Park
West Wycombe Park
High Wycombe,  HP14 3 Map

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

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

Jul 30, 1:00pm - Jul 30, 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

Hellfire Caves Ghost Hunt

Hellfire Caves Ghost Hunt

Aug 5, 8:00pm - Aug 6, 2:00am

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

The infamous Hellfire Caves in West Wycombe are notorious for their dark, satanic past. Hellfire caves, with haunted recesses and intense paranormal activity is an incredible location for an overnight ghost hunt. Rituals, worship, sacrifice and a documented death form part of its dark history and possess a truly sinister feel with only one way in and one way out. Ghost Hunts here have delivered some incredible results with whole groups hearing chanting coming from the Inner Temple, guests hearing voices, people being touched and feelings of sheer terror. Despite now being unused and 200ft below ground level, Hellfire caves has lost none of its fear factor. Your ghost hunt here will be an experience you will not forget.... See MoreSee Less

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

St Lawrence Church and Tower Open

Aug 6, 1:00pm - Aug 6, 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

The Comedy of Errors Outdoor Theatre

The Comedy of Errors Outdoor Theatre

Aug 16, 7:30pm - Aug 16, 9:00pm

West Wycombe Park - National Trust
West Wycombe Park
West Wycombe,  HP14 3AJ Map

This fantastical comedy follows two pairs of identical twins, Antipholus of Syracuse and Antipholus of Ephesus, and their servants, both named Dromio. When they were babies, the twins and their parents were separated in a shipwreck; now, years later, as one half of the twins search for the other they unwittingly find themselves in the same city on the same day. A magical and comically entwined tale of mistaken identity follows merchants, master, parents, servants and a long-suffering wife as it plays itself out over the course of one hectic day. The Lord Chamberlain’s Men, the UK’s premier all male theatre company, invite you to join them for Shakespeare’s most hilarious farce.... See MoreSee Less

August Craft Market

August Craft Market

Aug 20, 11:00am - Aug 20, 4:30pm

West Wycombe Village hall

Due to popular demand we will now be open 11am until 4.30pm. Fantastic local crafters selling a large range of hand made products. Stall Holders include: Beaded Beauties And Smellytastic Beads Diva Jewellery Candy & Mischief Dedoubleyou Designs Doughnut Monkey For You, From Me Handmade by Renata Melsmakesfinds TessKnit The AppleTeeth Victory rock design Interested in having a stall please visit www.westwycombevillage.co.uk/craft-market-booking-form/... See MoreSee Less

West Wycombe Art Group Summer Exhibition

West Wycombe Art Group Summer Exhibition

Aug 25, 10:00am - Aug 28, 5:00pm

West Wycombe Art Group
Village Hall, West Wycombe
High Wycombe,  HP14 3AB Map

West Wycombe Art Group hold their annual summer exhibition in the West Wycombe Village Hall over the August Bank Holiday. 25 artists display their work . All work for sale.

The Hell Fire Caves, Temple of Doom Ghost Hunt @ West Wycombe

The Hell Fire Caves, 'Temple of Doom' Ghost Hunt @ West Wycombe

Sep 30, 9:00pm - Oct 1, 3:00am

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

The Hellfire Caves (also known as the West Wycombe Caves) are a network of man-made chalk and flint caverns which extend a quarter of a mile (500 metres) underground. They are situated near West Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, Southeast England. These caves are purported to hold a frightening amount of paranormal activity. There are regular experiences of Poltergeist activity in the form of stones being thrown and footsteps in the gravel. And chanting is said to have been heard coming from the Inner Temple. Are you now ready to join Alius Sanctus at The Helffire Caves and the 'Temple Of Doom?' Tickets: £65.000 per person Deposit £25.00 per person (terms & conditions apply) Please visit our website for all details and booking information & contact information: 🖥 Alius Sanctus Paranormal ☎️ 07599 894991 Location History The caves were excavated between 1748 and 1752 for Sir Francis Dashwood. The club he formed was called The Brotherhood of St. Francis of Wycombe; the Order of the Knights of West Wycombe; the Order of the Friars of St. Francis of West Wycombe before he called it the Hellfire Club. The underground passage passes through the following chambers: The 'Entrance Hall' to the 'Steward's Chamber' then to 'Whiteheads Cave', through 'Lord Sandwiches Circle' (named after John Montagu, the 4thEarl of Sandwich), to Franklin’s Cave (named after Benjamin Franklin, a friend of Dashwood’s, and a visitor to the caves on more than one occasion), the 'Banqueting Hall', the ' Triangle', and the 'Miners Cave', across the subterranean River Styx and finally to the final chamber, the 'Inner Temple', where the meetings of the Hellfire Club were held. This chamber lies some 300 feet (90 metres) below the church on top of West Wycombe hill. The meetings were said to notorious, pagan, full of debauchery and occult rituals where they consumed copious amounts of alcohol. The club included some very important political and social 18th century figures such as William Hogarth, John Wilkes, Thomas Potter , and, as mentioned before, John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich and Benjamin Franklin. These men were referred to as ‘monks’. They did have ‘guests’ (not members) of ‘nuns’—prostitutes, local girls, wives, mothers, sisters, and many ladies of society join them. They were rumored to have carried out Satanic rituals, dabbled with the Occult and performed Black Magic as well as behaved drunkenly and lewdly. After Sir Francis Dashwood’s death, and the demise of the Hellfire Club in 1781, the caves were no longer used and fell into disrepair. The caves were renovated and turned into a tourist attraction during the during the late 1940’s and early 1950’s There are said to be two main ghosts haunting the caves and a lot of paranormal activity. Paranormal History Paul Whitehead Paul Whitehead was a close friend of Sir Francis Dashwood and served as the Secretary and Steward to the Hellfire Club. When he died in 1774, he requested that his heart be placed in an urn and stored in the Mausoleum at West Wycombe. This was done but was allegedly stolen by an Australian soldier in 1829. Legend holds that Whitehead’s ghost haunts West Wycombe Caves and Hill searching for his heart. Numerous visitors and staff have reported seeing a man in old-fashioned clothing wandering the passageways. When faced, he vanishes into thin air. The White Lady Another popular legend is that of Sukie (short for Susan), the White Lady. She was a 16 or 17 year old barmaid at the local George and Dragon Inn in the late 18th or early 19th century. She was very attractive and many men sought her affections but Sukie wanted to marry into ‘society’ and rejected the advances of her male admirers. She began dating a local aristocrat, and one day, she received a message from her beau (assumedly) to meet him in the caves one night wearing her best white dress as a wedding gown. She arrived in her white dress but the note was a hoax. Three village boys were waiting for her and started teasing and tormenting her. Sukie threw stones at the boys and one of the boys, laughing, threw one back at her. She was knocked unconscious which scared the boys. They carried her back to the inn but she died during the night. The caves and inn are said to be haunted by her ghost. Many staff and visitors report having seen a girl in a white dress wandering in the west side passageways... See MoreSee Less

Hellfire Caves Ghost Hunt

Hellfire Caves Ghost Hunt

Oct 13, 8:00pm - Oct 14, 2:00am

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

The infamous Hellfire Caves in West Wycombe are notorious for their dark, satanic past. Hellfire caves, with haunted recesses and intense paranormal activity is an incredible location for an overnight ghost hunt. Rituals, worship, sacrifice and a documented death form part of its dark history and possess a truly sinister feel with only one way in and one way out. Ghost Hunts here have delivered some incredible results with whole groups hearing chanting coming from the Inner Temple, guests hearing voices, people being touched and feelings of sheer terror. Despite now being unused and 200ft below ground level, Hellfire caves has lost none of its fear factor. Your ghost hunt here will be an experience you will not forget.... See MoreSee Less

Candlelit Ghost Tours

Candlelit Ghost Tours

Oct 20, 7:30pm - Oct 20, 10:30pm

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

Candlelit Ghost Tours To be held on: 28th April 2017 9th June 2017 21st July 2017 20th October 2017 £15 a ticket from 7.30pm to 8.30pm The Hellfire Caves, considered one of the most haunted sites in Britain, invites you to join us for one of our most popular events, a candlelit ghost tour to learn about the Hellfire Caves' strange and unique history. Please call 01494 533739 to book. Hellfire Caves reserves the right to cancel any of these events if there are insufficient bookings, in which case a full refund will be given.... See MoreSee Less

Halloween Week- Family Fun

Halloween Week- Family Fun

Oct 23, 10:00am - Oct 29, 5:00pm

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

Have a Hell-Fire Halloween There’s no time like Halloween to see the Hell-Fire Caves at their spooky best . . . We transform the Caves with a macabre selection of props, lighting and creepy music, not to mention a number of ravaged souls who prowl the passageways. Dare to try to survive these terrifying tunnels, all whilst being stalked at every turn by savage creatures, wicked witches, ghouls and ghosts!!! Are you brave enough to join us at the Hell-Fire Caves this Halloween? Come dressed to thrill - it’s a SCREAM! Our underground tunnels come to life...Will you? NO VOUCHERS (INCLUDING GROUPON) ACCEPTED DURING HALLOWEEN WEEK FAMILY FUN Monday 23rd October - Sunday 29th October 2017 During Halloween week join us daily in the courtyard at the Hell-Fire Caves for lots of free Halloween fun …Spooky games, colouring competitions, fancy dress competitions and more, all hosted by our friendly spooks. Face Painting is also available for a small charge. There is no charge for the fun and games or access to the courtyard and delightful cafe, but normal entry prices apply if you want to enter the Caves. Fancy Dress Competition - 1.15pm Monday to Friday Halloween games and face painting on Monday 23rd to Saturday 28th October Opening hours - Monday to Friday, 10am - 5pm No booking required. Special Witches Workshops Monday 23rd to Friday 27th October An hour of fun including potion making, werewolf banishing, broomstick races and a tour of the Hell-Fire Caves by our friendly wizard. Booking required. Cost: £10 per child (includes admission to Hell-Fire Caves) Recommended for ages 4-10. When: Daily at 10.30am, 12:00pm, 1:45pm and 3:00pm Please call 01494 533739 to book your places now. Adults may go into the Caves or enjoy the cafe, normal Caves admission prices apply. Whilst the children are enjoying the Witches Workshops a responsible adult must remain on the Hell-Fire Caves site at all times. For more information please call the spooky line on 01494 533739... See MoreSee Less

The Hell-Fire School of Witchcraft

The Hell-Fire School of Witchcraft

Oct 23, 10:30am - Oct 27, 3:00pm

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

Keep those little devils entertained in our Witches' Workshops! Courtyard games, face painting, spooky fancy dress competitions and more. A wicked way to spend the day! Throughout the October Half term Holiday (Bucks) we invite all budding young witches and warlocks to join in the fun at the Hell-Fire Caves. The Hell-Fire School of Witchcraft Join our famous School of Witchcraft and enjoy an hour of spooky fun. Our friendly Wandmaster will ensure that you learn to cast spells, banish werewolves and how to fly a broomstick! The Wandmaster will also direct you in potion making and ghost busting. Upon arrival our spooky guests will be issued with a witches hat, broomstick and glow wand. Hosted by our Wandmaster the trainees then descend into the caves. In the Main Hall the trainees will practise flying broomsticks, spell casting and potion making. Having learned the spells required the trainees may be visited by a werewolf, or ghost who will of course be frightened away by their loud spells!! School of Witchcraft Hours When: Halloween week Monday 23rd October to Friday 27th October. Times: 10.30am 12 noon, 1.45pm - 3pm Cost: £10 Recommended for Juniors 5 years to 10 years. Call the Spooky Line on 01494 533739 for further details and to book your place.... See MoreSee Less

Halloween Week- Fright Nights

Halloween Week- Fright Nights

Oct 27, 6:00pm - Oct 31, 9:30pm

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

FRIGHT NIGHTS Friday 27th, Saturday 28th and Tuesday 31st October 2017 It’s the witching hour when the Hell-Fire Caves come alive and the Hell-Fire horrors take over.…Our ghastly ghouls have been waiting for you all year! Be prepared to be scared silly. An experience not for the faint-hearted (Suitable for ages 10 and over, under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult). When: 27th, 28th and 31st October (NOT Sunday 30th October) Time: 6pm - 9:30pm Costs: £9.50 per person - No Booking pay on the night. No vouchers can be used. Descend into the dark and soak up the atmosFEAR… !!! Important: please note Hell-Fire Fright Nights are screamingly good fun but visitors are advised that its scary content may make it unsuitable for anyone of a nervous disposition or under 8. Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult. Please note that the Hell-Fire Caves are not suitable for wheelchair users or those with limited mobility. For more information please call the spooky line on 01494 533739... 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