Details from the RAF regarding today’s “Flypast”.

We are VERY excited to announce the aircraft you can expect to see in the #RAF100 flypast on 10 July.
In case you can’t join us on The Mall, check out the route the flypast will be taking to and from London.

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These are some of the aircraft you can expect to see….

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Embrace your counselling experience

I’m sharing this post as I am aware that many people have a fear of taking the first steps into counselling. Once you get started, you will wonder why you hadn’t started the process years ago. Take a look around my website, read the blog posts & view the Facebook page…. keeping your mind healthy is so important in helping you live a more contented life.

 

If you are not familiar with counselling, you may be thinking that your therapist will judge you & tell you what you must do or think. This is most definitely not the case.

We are here to support you as you process your thoughts & feelings, no matter what they are. Your therapist will only help you visit areas of your life that you want to look at, they would never push you into areas that you are not ready for or put ideas in your head.

I have had clients that come to see me expecting to be forced to discuss subjects that they really need to build up to. Please don’t put off taking your first steps into counselling with thoughts that this will be anything other than a calm, non-judgemental & safe place to help you find ways to cope with life. Also, remember that if you start to feel it’s all too much, we don’t have to do the full hour….. you can finish the session whenever you like.

Even if you think your problems aren’t severe enough for counselling, we are here to support you through anything & everything. And remember, online counselling means you are safe & comfortable in your own environment.
I hope you will make that first move & contact me, I’m here whenever you need me.
Kaye.

Email: kaye.townsend@btinternet.com
Website: http://www.emotionalsupportcounselling.com
Facebook page: @emotionalsupportcounselling

Look Back In Time – Now & Then part 6

Bourne End Station in 1921 compared with May 2018

 

Bourne End Station Looking Towards High Wycombe in 1910 compared with May 2018

 

Not the perfect angle – Children outside the school entrance in Wooburn Town in 1905 compared to May 2018

 

Furlong Road in Bourne end in 1911 compared to May 2018

Job Vacancy – Delivery Driver

Delivery Driver-Immediate start.

Mansfields in Little Marlow have a vacancy for a full time delivery driver. 5/6 days a week delivering to local restaurants. 5 am till 11:00 am

Excellent rate of pay to the right candidate.
Please telephone Jackie or Jason on 01628 471222 before 2pm Monday to Friday for more details.

 

Advertising – You Pay What You Think It’s Worth!

So I’ve had an idea to try advertising fees in a different way. You tell me what you think you should pay per month & if we come to an agreement, I can add your business advert straight onto the website. Obviously serious suggestions only!

You can also pay monthly… I’ll invoice you on the same day each month & not only add you to the Business Directory but share your business advert around Facebook & Twitter on a regular basis.
So… who’s first?!

 

Anna - elite bookkeeping

Look Back In Time -Now & Then ~ Part 5

St. Mark’s Church in 1905 compared to 20th May 2018

 

Cores End crossing in 1969/70 compared to 20th May 2018

 

Hedsor Road, cottages to the left of the Walnut Tree in 1930’s compared to 20th May 2018

 

Red Lion, Hedsor Rd in 1920’s compared to 20th May 2018

 

From train station looking towards Penny’s Corner in 1920 compared to 20th May 2018

 

 

Look Back In Time -Now & Then ~ Part 4

This time a walk around The Green.

Leaving Wooburn Green on Wycombe Lane Road in 1905 compared to 16th May 2018

 

Red Lion Public House in 1920’s compared to 16th May 2018

 

Leaving The Green Towards Wooburn Town in 1938 compared to 16th May 2018

 

Looking Towards The Green in 1938 compared to 16th May 2018

 

Looking towards The Queen & Albert – No date compared to 16th May 2018

 

 

 

Look Back In Time -Now & Then ~ Part 3

Here we go with part 3!

Royalty Cinema opened in 1934 compared to 7th May 2018

 

The Parade in Bourne End in 1920’s compared to 8th May 2018

 

Hedsor Road, just up from the Garibaldi pub compared to 10th May 2018

 

Hedsor Road 1910 compared to 10th May 2018

 

The Parade in Bourne End in 1980’s compared to 8th May 2018

 

 

Look Back In Time -Now & Then ~ Part 2

Here are a few more to keep you going!

Glory Mill in 1910 compared with 7th May 2018

 

The Walnut Tree in 1905 compared to 10th May 2018

 

Sadly no date for this compared to 10th May 2018

 

Penny’s Corner in late 1970’s compared to 7th May 2018

 

The White House in late 1970’s compared to 7th May 2018

 

 

 

Look Back In Time -Now & Then

With the idea of showing how the area has changed, Anna & I spent time photographing certain parts so you could see the comparison between now & “back in the day”.

All old photos are courtesy of “The Way It Was” series of books which you have probably seen but we wanted to put together the now & then so you can see some of the small details that have lasted over the years or have perhaps been added, not to mention buildings that have disappeared altogether.

To get us started here is a couple from Well End & through the village but will also share photos of other parts of Bourne End & into Wooburn Green.

We tried to stand in the same position as the original photographer to capture the difference over the years but as you can appreciate some of the angles would mean standing on a busy road, so we have tried to re-create the view as best we can.

Although it was a beautiful sunny day we have changed the photos in black & white. We will share the photos over the next week or so. See how many original features you can spot & which buildings are still present along with how small trees have grown into mighty oaks!

Hope you enjoy taking a look…. Kaye & Anna (Day)

 

The ford in Abbotsbrook in 1920’s/1930’s compared to 7th May 2018

 

The Black Lion, Well End in the 1930’s compared to 7th May 2018

 

Wargrave House / Chemist’s Shop in approx. 1920 compared to 7th May 2018

 

Colliass’ shop at Christmas late 1920’s compared to 7th May 2018

 

Shops on the corner of Wharf Lane in approx. 1910 compared with 7th May 2018

 

 

 

Bucks Family History Society – Exploring Churchyards – 8th May at Bourne End Community Centre

This looks interesting, on tomorrow night (8th May)…

BucksFHS Exploring Churchyards, The Lost Language of Headstones

Many of us wander around churchyards and cemeteries, tracing family members or just out of interest. This illustrated talk by Kevin Varty explores the sometimes hidden meanings of the symbols which are often carved into the headstones, revealing a lost language from the past. The talk also shows how these symbols have been used by the funeral business, especially during Victorian times.

This is what we’ll lose if we can’t Save Slate Meadow

Just think about what we will lose & how we will cope with the extra people using our facilities, roads, schools etc. If you don’t know where to start, read some of the other objections first to help you put your thoughts into action.

Please go to the Wycombe District website & share your objections however small (or big!)… time is running out.

Please take the time to write your objections!!! – “Save Slate Meadow” Needs Your Help Urgently

We are running out of time to save our beautiful Slate Meadow

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!! SAVE SLATE MEADOW !!

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We will lose all this wildlife 😦

I must admit I have left it a little late myself thinking I would find it too confusing & that I wouldn’t know what to write to sound like I was making an “intelligent” objection. But I decided anything is better than nothing… yes i did ramble on but hey, can’t do any harm!

To make it easier, write your objection via the public access – follow these options as I went round in circles to start with trying to find the right page to make my objection 🙂

The details are filled in for you so you just need to write a reason for your objection, so please give…

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Wotton Underwood Village Fête – 26th May

Wotton Underwood Village Fête
At Wotton House, nr Brill HP18 0SB

Saturday 26th May 2018

FUN DOG SHOW

Show starts 2.30pm. Entries accepted from 2pm
Entry £2 per class. Rosettes and prizes in kind to 3rd place

Classes:

• Most handsome dog
• Prettiest bitch
• Veteran – 8 years and over
• Best 57 varieties dog – most crossed crossbred
• Best child handler (under 12 yrs)
• Irish Pair – most unlikely combination – make up on the day!
• Musical Mats
• Dog the judge would most like to take home –
for dogs which have not won a 1st, 2nd or 3rd rosette

For more information: 01296 651961, or 07713 158659

Wotton Underwood Village Fete

£3 per person £2 concession Children U12 go free
Free Parking

The Wotton Underwood Village Fete is held bi-annually on the grounds of Wotton House, with the kind permission of David Gladstone. Wotton House is an incredible Grade 1 listed Manor house in the English Baroque style dating back to the 18th Century, with grounds landscaped in the early 1800’s by Capability Brown. We are extremely lucky to be able to host the fete here in such an incredible and historic setting! The fete is a charitable cause in aid of the village Church which features in the Domesday Book of 1086!

The fete has been created to be a fabulous family day out with something for everyone. From tours of the fabulous Wotton House itself (additional charge), Children’s games, livestock on show, a Dog Show (so please don’t leave Fido at home!!), a festival of ‘Celebration’ in flowers in the Church, food by ex-Michelin Star Chef Phillip Britten and drinks in the Bar Box (a great new concept for drinks)! There will be Live music, a Tombolo, a Raffle with loads of prizes and a main cash prize of £100!!

Also available on sale will be local produce, teas and cakes, ice-creams, bric-a-brac, and plants.
With the setting described above and all of the activities taking place, there is no-where you should rather be!!
Map
https://goo.gl/maps/KWTvuN9bEpL2

Contact: Mrs Rayne Botha – 07823390213 – Rayne.cai@gmail.com