The Buckingham Fringe Week is an annual week of events taking place in various locations around Buckingham from Saturday 16th to Saturday 23rd July 2022. So far events include a children’s skate park day, the return of the Oxford fiddle group, market entertainment, a family fun day at Lace Hill Sports and Community Centre, Mikey Dyson’s big quiz night and live art in the marketplace.
If you are planning a cultural event in Buckingham during that week and would like to be included in the Fringe Week brochure, free of charge, please e-mail Amanda, the Events Coordinator via email@example.com with details.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Isolation Examination Big Fringe Week Quiz has been postponed until Wednesday 28th July 2021.
Join Mikey Dyson and Ryan for an extra special quiz as we celebrate Buckingham Fringe Week in their usual fun quizzical way, featuring questions from local businesses, organisations and social groups.
So, join us in the comfort of your own home and visit the Isolation Examination Facebook page to take part.
This is the first ever organised Buskers Day held in Buckingham as part of Buckingham Fringe Week, a packed day of live music in the open space outside the Town Council Chamber!
Acts confirmed so far include:
If you’re interested in performing, email our Events Co-ordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a time slot.
For further information and updates, join our Facebook event page.
Picture of Buskers, Noah’s Cape – Photographed by Jake McNulty.
Join UK Astronomy for a night of star gazing hosted online via Zoom. Email email@example.com in advance of the event for the meeting code and password to take part.
For more information and updates, visit our Facebook event page.
Buckingham Town Council and the University of Buckingham have teamed up again to host a Wellbeing Walk on Sunday 25th July as part of this years Fringe Week.
Everyone is invited to walk the published route around the town, taking in the sights and thinking about what more can be done to ensure good mental health and wellbeing for everybody.
The walk will start from outside the Council Chamber at 11.30 am however, please arrive by 11 am and await instructions. The walk will then finish at around 1.30 pm by the Tanlaw Mill.
Participants can join or leave the walk whenever they wish. The below map shows the route of the walk and and what times you should arrive at each marked location.
The schedule is as follows:
- Assemble by Waitrose at 11:00am and start walk by 11:30am
- Bridge near Stratford Fields Football ground at 11:40am
- Entrance to Bourton Park at 11:45am
- Bridge near Bourton Mill at 11:50am
- Exit from Hare Close to London Road at 12:00pm
- Railway Walk at 12:05pm
- Chandos Road Car Park at 12:15pm
- Exit onto Tingewick Road at 12:30pm
- Junction with West Street at 12:40pm
- Junction with Moreton Road at 12:55pm
- Lap of Waitrose at 1:05pm
- Ford Street entrance to Chandos Park at 1:15pm
- Chandos Court at 1:20pm
- Tanlaw Mill 1:30pm