Art, theatre, fetes and fire stations there’s lots to keep Tinkis busy this weekend.

3rd September

Bwhatson343.jpgletchley Fire Station Open Day
Sherwood Drive, Bletchley, MK3 6DT (Free Parking available behind Bletchley college)
11 am -15:00
Always a winner with Tinki’s young and old the fire station open day is taking place on Saturday. Rescue demonstrations, bouncy castle, stalls as well as a chance to sit in a fire engineer and play with the hose what more could you ask for!

Levi’s Project Annual Music Festival
Wolverton House, Stratford Road, MK12 5NZ
11am – 7:00
Fundraising event in aid of Levi’s Project, a registered charity helping children and their families dealing with two childhood cancers Retinoblastoma (eye cancer) and Osteosarcoma (bone cancer).

MK Gallery Saturday Studio
900 Midsummer Blvd, MK9 3QAwhatson34
1pm – 3:00
An arts session for children over 5 and their families making an object that tells a story about you and your life. Full details on their site

4th September

Emberton Fete
Church Farm, Church lane, MK46 5DD
1pm -4pm
Stalls, games, cake stalls and live music from Olney Brass Band raising funds for All’s Saints Church.

Peter Rabbit at Stantonbury Theatre
Whatson3422.30pm, 1 hr 35 mins – includes a 20 min interval
Age 3+
As part of the Theatre 4 Kids programme Quantum Theatre are bringing Beatrix Potter’s tale of Peter Rabbit to the stage. Bookings can be made online.

3rd & 4th September

1940’s Weekend
Milton Keynes Museum, Wolverton, MK12 5EL
11am -4.30pm
Music, food, fashion and dancing from the 1940’s to enjoy along with military and domestic vehicles from era and even a replica Spitfire. More details on their website.

Don’t forget this is also the last weekend you can check out the beach at Middleton Hall.

 

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