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ALL types of crafts will be on show this Saturday at Missenden Abbey, London Road, in Great Missenden.
FILM fans can enjoy two blockbusters at a community cinema this weekend.
Painters are kicking off the summer with an exhibition.
A party will take place in Prestwood Common on Saturday (June 2) from 12pm to 4pm.
A HORSE was helped by fire fighters after its trailer ended up in a ditch yesterday morning.
Enjoy an open garden in aid of Scannappeal.
Carina Haslam Art, High Street, in Great Missenden will host their spring show which runs until June 8.
Artists on show include Colin Willey with his Dorset seascapes, John O'Connor and his life-size sculptures and Maidenhead-based Janet Shrimpton, whose floral compositions have been finding many admirers and aquirers in recent months.
New additions to Carina Haslam Art, established in 2002, include contemporary landscape painter Craig Mooney among others. The gallery's work is set for the Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead, in June.
Opening hours are 11am to 3pm from Tuesday to Friday and 11am to 5pm on Saturday.
THREE people were involved in a car crash this morning
Two cars were involved in the crash near the junction of A413 and Hyde Heath Lane, Great Missenden.
Three ambulances, an air ambulance from London Ambulance Service and a paramedic were at the scene at 10.27am where two patients were taken to Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
A spokesman from South Bucks Ambulance Service, James Keating-Wilkes, said: "Three people were involved in the crash, two were taken to Stoke Mandeville Hospital with minor injuries."
Three fire crews also attended.
More details to come.
UKIP has beaten the Conservatives in the Great Missenden division in the county council elections.
Alan Stevens enjoyed a victory of less than one hundred votes against Sonia Brock of the Conservatives.
The village is badly affected by the HS2 development and was visited by UKIP leader Nigel Farage last month.The full results are:
Alan Stevens - UKIP - 1,243
Sonia Brock - Conservative - 1,151
Rob Green - Independent - 250
UKIP leader Nigel Farage called for a 'policitical earthquake' over HS2 at Great Missenden last Thursday (April 11).