Please find below information about forthcoming events in Amersham. The Society’s lectures are now returned to the Kings Chapel. If any member is unable to make his/her way to these meetings and would like transport to be arranged, please contact Geraldine Marshall-Andrew on 01494 433735.
Buckinghamshire Local History Network (BLHN) 2023 annual conference and local history fair will be held at the Oculus Centre in Aylesbury on Sat 7 Oct 2022 from 10am to 4pm.
Hundreds of heritage assets valued by local people make up the character and identity of Buckinghamshire. These may be objects, buildings, archaeology, parks, gardens or works of art. They may have little or no protection: over time our special places can be lost. The county’s new Local Heritage List raises their profile. “Putting our local heritage on the map” is this year’s subject.
The Amersham and Chesham Bois Choral Society (Amchor) of today is a well-regarded choir of some 60 singing members, who come together from a variety of backgrounds and locations to embark on a repertoire ranging widely from Monteverdi to Vivaldi, Handel, Haydn, Mozart and Rossini through more modern composers such as Lauridsen, Britten and Rutter. Music Director is Nick Austin.
The season usually starts from an informal afternoon concert with tea and cake in Amersham Free Church. The main concerts are in May and December in St Mary’s Church, Old Amersham.
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