Hula Animal Rescue opens its doors for the annual Bunny Bonanza this Sunday, a welcome opportunity to learn all about the floppy-eared cuties.
Experts will be on hand to advise how to keep rabbits healthy, and if you are popping in on this month’s cash raiser for the centre, you’ll also have the chance to meet the Rabbit Welfare Association.
Kids can get stuck in too – with a rabbit costume competition.
There are two categories: for eight-12 year olds and seven years and below.
All the Hula staples will be in place too – bargains in the bazaar, and an opportunity to meet the animals looking for their ‘forever homes’.
The kennels will be closed this time around, but there will be a dog parade at 2pm, and loads of refreshments to indulge in, should you fancy.
The event runs between 1 and 3.30pm, and admission is £2 for adults, kids go free.
> The North Bucks RSPB meet at The Cruck Barn at Bradwell Abbey this evening, when Brian Nobbs presents a talk, Flights of Fancy.
Did you know that the use of feathers in the hat trade led to the formation of the RSPB?
You’ll learn a whole load more at the event, which begins at 7.45pm.
Group members pay £2.50, visitors are welcome at a cost of £3.50.
> Anyone for a pint?
Wolverton Sports Club is holding a beer and cider festival this Friday, Saturday and Sunday with plenty or real ales and ciders straight from the cask, to glass, to mouth!
The weekend sport will be showing too, and Saturday evening will present live music from Mungo Jungo.
>The Pipe Shop boys will play ‘a veritable plethora of Celtic songs and tunes’ tomorrow night at The Red House in Newport Pagnell from 9pm. Admission is free.