"We have kids tees and adult tanks, which was used mostly to promote our business in the beginning and we still sell it on the website," Ms Guinea said."Whilst we have a vision of selling our own brand, we also have a vision of getting good Australian brands onto the fashion stage not only in Australia, but globally.TAHNEE Guinea and Kym Ellis have created something Gladstone has never seen before.The born and bred locals have started up their own business based in Gladstone, Jnr.co, operated entirely through a website that serves across Australia.Buck came up with his idea for a red, white, and blue guitar in 1967.They were originally made in one of the Harmony guitar factories owned by Gibson and sold through Sears at a retail price of about 0. Buck wore this yellow suit (made by the famous tailor “Turk”) during his legendary March 25, 1966 Carnegie Hall Performace.Cost: £1.50 per person, per walk, adults and children. Paw Print Plates Hear more from Roald Dahl on the different types of tracks that you can find in the woods and then turn an ordinary plate into a map of prints and tracks. Eden Shopping Centre is planning a series of alternative summer camps to keep hipster kids connected during the holidays. Call 01296 820414 or email [email protected] for information. 15 and 17 August, am, am, pm and pm, Wycombe Museum, Priory Avenue, High Wycombe.From recycled robots and funky fashion to matchbox makers and baseball cap capers, there’s so much for kids to do every Wednesday throughout August – and it’s all free. Until 30 August, 11am, Eden Shopping Centre, Oxford Street, High Wycombe. Theatre Joe Mc Elderry Saturday Night at the Movies Live To celebrate the release of his fifth studio album, Joe Mc Elderry will embark on a national tour of spectacular one night concerts, Saturday Night at the Movies Live.
But in these cases, as in many, investigators are blocked from bringing charges because the accusations fall well outside the current criminal statute of limitations.
Over the week long courses they will explore recipes from around the world. 14 August until 18 August, 10am, Holmer Green Senior School, Parish Piece, Holmer Green. 15 August, 12pm, pm, 3pm, The Roald Dahl Museum, 81-83 High Street, Great Missenden. Saxon Clay Pots Find out about some of the cookery equipment of the past with the museum’s collection of pots, and make your own traditional style coil pot.
Children will learn a variety of different skills with different themed days including Italian day Spanish day and Mexican day. For early starters or for late pickup they can accommodate an extra hour at the start or end of the course, by prior arrangement, for an extra charge. Gloriumptious Guided Trails Join a guided walks around the village that Roald Dahl lived and wrote his stories in. The countryside trail at 2pm is along country paths which can be uneven. 15 August, am and 2pm, The Roald Dahl Museum, 81-83 High Street, Great Missenden. Hipster Holidays at Eden Shopping Centre Join High Wycombe’s Eden Shopping Centre for Hipster Holidays this Summer, every Wednesday in August from 11am-4pm. Buzzwangling Bird Feeders Roald Dahl loved to watch nature around him and included many birds in his stories. Drop in sessions throughout the day – buy timed tickets on the day.
11 August, 12pm, pm and 3pm, The Roald Dahl Museum, 81-83 High Street, Great Missenden. Find out more about the vegetables (frumpkins), fruit and flowers that he loved to grow before making your own clay ones to take home. Call 01628290505 or email [email protected] for information. Until 21 August, pm, The Perch, 91 High Street, Marlow. 16 August, 12pm, pm and 3pm, The Roald Dahl Museum, 81-83 High Street, Great Missenden. Discover Dahl’s archives A unique behind-the-scenes peek into our archive store, which houses Roald Dahl’s original letters and manuscripts. Pizza and pud This fun session is timed so that the mini chefs can proudly eat their creations for dinner. Call 01628290505 or email [email protected] for more information. Come along for a 2.5 hour walk around sites on the Rye, Temple End, and All Saints Church.
The collections team will introduce you to the highlights of the archive. There will be plenty of swashboggling stories including local folklore and stories told to Roald Dahl by his mother when he was a chiddler. Pottery painting Pottery painting sessions for children - part of a range of summer holiday activities. 17 August, am, pm, 2pm and 3pm, The Roald Dahl Museum, 81-83 High Street, Great Missenden. 17 August, 12pm and 2pm, The Roald Dahl Museum, 81-83 High Street, Great Missenden. Walking Wycombe with Willie Join Walking Willie for a walking history tour around Wycombe, departing from and returning to Wycombe Museum.