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THE Gerrards Cross Decorative and Fine Arts Society is meeting on Wednesday June 27 at the Memorial Centre in East Common.
The Guest Speaker is Charles Harris whose subject is The Great Age of the Poster.
For further details please telephone the Membership Secretary on 01753 645771.
TRADERS are hoping that plans to improve the look of a High Street will see trade pick up over the summer months.
Business owners in Gerrards Cross as well as the parish council have become concerned at the number of empty shops in the centre of the village, which have sprung up over recent years as the recession has hit the area.
BOLLARDS have been put up in the main road in a village to stop the problem of people parking illegally.
In recent years, people have constantly parked on the pavement opposite Marks & Spencer in Packhorse Road, Gerrards Cross, which has caused damage to the brick paving there as well as traffic problems.
BULSTRODE Park is set to become one of Disney's latest film sets as production gets underway for Maleficent - a big-budget remake of the Sleeping Beauty fairytale.
Construction of an enormous set in the Gerrards Cross park has been ongoing for the past few weeks, with facilities ready to accommodate trailers, lighting rigs, and a 120 ft CGI blue screen.
NEIGHBOURS in Gerrards Cross came together for the jubilee by holding a special street party.
An event in Bulstrode Way on Saturday was attended by people who live in the street, and Dominic Grieve MP put in an appearance.
Everyone at the party enjoyed food and drink, sitting outside at tables covered with Union Flags.
JUBILEE fun was had on Saturday in Gerrards Cross thanks to a special Fun Day which took place.
The event was held outside Tesco in Packhorse Road, and featured face painting, live music, morris dancing and a balloon artist.
FUN and games were had by girls at St Mary's School in Gerrards Cross as they celebrated the jubilee.
The all girls school in Packhorse Road held a barbecue lunch on the school lawn, with many parents and other family members coming along to join in.
YOUNGSTERS at Gerrards Cross C of E School got into the spirit of the jubilee at a special event last week.
Children at the school in Moreland Drive dressed in red, white and blue on Friday to celebrate the occasion.
EXPENSIVE film equipment has been stolen from Pinewood Studios by burglars.
The incident happened at the site in Pinewood Road, Iver Heath in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
GERRARDS Cross has received a jubilee boost thanks to patriotic flags being hung up throughout the village.
The village Traders Association applied for and received funding to hang flags in the village centre along Packhorse Road, Station Road and Oak End Way,