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ANTI-HS2 PIANO RECITAL to raise funds for a legal challenge

 Being held at St Mary’s Church, Amersham 7:30pm (finishing by 9:30pm) Tickets: In Advance: Adults £10, Students £6 from 01753 886005  or via A40 Choir (Bucks) page of www.a40music.com On the door: Adults £12 per person, students £7                   All-time favourites often played by Liberace                                 and Richard Clayderman, including:  BEETHOVEN Moonlight Sonata 1st movt, CHOPIN 3rd Ballade LISZT Liebesträme No. 3 DEBUSSY Clair de Lune MEACOCK Deer Hunter & Onedin Line themes transcriptions   "sheer excitement"; "poetry in the transcriptions"; "much pleasure to be enjoyed from Meacock's elegant articulation" Music Opinion review of St John’s, Smith Square, London recital “It was truly an amazing and memorable recital!” recent London recital in aid of Cancer Research "Meacock is a remarkable virtuoso . . . will be remembered for a long time to come" Tagblatt, Lake Lucerne Switzerland. 

Councils launch HS2 challenge : Buckinghamshire County Council

Councils launch HS2 challengeMembers of 51m, the alliance of local authorities opposed to HS2, have served a formal letter on the Secretary of State for Transport asking her to rescind her decision to proceed with HS2 and giving notice that they may otherwise challenge the decision by way of judicial review.

URGENT MESSAGE TO RESIDENTS ALONG THE PROPOSED HS2 LINE

 HS2 is NOT a done deal. Bucks County Council, Chiltern District Council, the various Stop HS2 Action Groups and this Association continue to work to fight off HS2. In addition. it is highly probable that there will be legal actions against the flawed processes the Government have used to date on HS2.

URGENT MESSAGE TO RESIDENTS ALONG THE PROPOSED HS2 LINE

HS2 is NOT a done deal. Bucks County Council, Chiltern District Council, the various Stop HS2 Action Groups and this Association continue to work to fight off HS2. In addition. it is highly probable that there will be legal actions against the flawed processes the Government have used to date on HS2.

Better Roads for Buckinghamshire

Martin Tett, Leader of Buckinghamshire County Council, said: "We are a customer-focused authority. The public have told us time after time they want decent roads. Spending money on improving our roads will help boost local businesses and make Buckinghamshire an even more attractive option to visitors and new businesses.