As 2018 has come to an end, we just wanted to reflect a few of last term's highlights and give you a little taster into what is ahead for us at Wendover Youth Centre.
Wendover Cricket Club are now looking forward to the 2019 season after the many successes in 2018.
Early on in the year Master Fruiterer John Warner of the Worshipful Company of Fruitererers went in search of a charitable cause within the Royal Air Force to donate to.
Young people leaving the care system in Milton Keynes will be given the support they need, thanks to a grant from Buckinghamshire Freemasons to the charity Volunteering Matters.
The Wendover Society was set up more than 50 years ago to protect the charm and character of Wendover. It is a registered Charity and has about 500 members. With the plans for HS2 and the development of the site at RAF Halton it needs to continue as much as it ever has.
The Chiltern Society PhotoGroup has completely updated its archive album for Wendover.
Buckinghamshire Freemasons came together this Summer to raise funds to provide local child, Dexter Ward, with a Braille machine, allowing his mother to train him in reading Braille.
The Bucks County Closed Junior Squash Championships took place at Beaconsfield Squash Club over the weekend 14-16th September and 18 juniors from Wendover Tennis & Squash Club took part in 12 different categories.
Village Cup - I saw in the August issue a report on the Village Cup final and saying it had been running for some 10 years.
Wendover Cricket Club first ran this fundraising event in the mid-1960’s and it has been held annually through to 2017