Gnome needs a home!

Frosts Garden Centre is hostgs a Give a Gnome a Home event
Frosts Garden Centre is hostgs a Give a Gnome a Home event

This Wednesday, take your little mites to Frosts in Woburn Sands, and let them get creative.

They’ll be able to paint their own jolly gnome to take home and display in the garden.

Pop along to the session anytime between 10am and 4pm. It costs £5.99 per child.

What are they calling the event? Give a Gnome a Home, obviously!

> Milton Keynes Ramblers are out again this week, with two meetings.

On Sunday morning they leave Stoke Bruerne (Lower Lock Farm car park) at 9.30pm for an 11 mile circular walk.

Then on Wednesday evening, they meet at 6.45pm in the Caldecotte Lake car park by the Windmill Pub, for a 4-and-a-half-mile stint.

For more information on the former call 07941 235776, or the latter on 01908 320728.

> Oldbrook Residents Association is holding a Table Top Sale this Saturday, promising lots of bargains for visitors.

Pop along to Oldbrook Community Centre between 11.30am and 2.30pm.

> If you’ve got a sociable pooch who likes to get out and about, take him to Saturday’s Bark in the Park, at 10am at Willen Lake North.

Pre-registration is essential and it’s a quid per dog.

> In Campbell Park, an introduction to parks for new dog owners will begin at 2pm.

For details call 01908 233600.

> Showing this evening at Stantonbury Theatre is a must-see film for any fan of the luxury Fabergé brand.

A Life of Its Own will reveal the fascinating story behind the prestigious brand, before taking you up close with stunning examples – including The Pearl Egg, the first Imperial Class Egg produced for 99 years.

The spectacular objet d’art features more than 3000 diamonds and natural pearls.

Not a bad stocking filler for Christmas...

Tickets are £11.50, showtime is 7.30pm. Call 01908 324466.

> Author Sinclair McKay will be giving a talk on his new page turner at Bletchley Park on Sunday.

The book – recounting the story of RAF Fighter Command – ties in with the 75th Anniversary of The Battle of Britain. The talk begins at 2pm and tickets are £25.