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What To Do In Berkshire & Buckinghamshire In November

From a legendary singer to early opportunities to buy for Christmas, here are our pick of the best events in Berkshire and Buckinghamshire in November


From 4 November

Newbury Racecourse

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Winter Jump Racing is coming, and hits Newbury Racecourse from November to April. Kicking off with their BetVictor Jumps Season Opener on Thursday 4 November, this is followed by the highlight of the season, the Ladbrokes Winter Carnival on 26-27 November. The highlight of the county social calendar, enjoy two days of top-class action


12-14 November

Windsor Contemporary Art Fair

Art Special Image Golden Girl Oil And Ct Gold Leaf Painting Nikki Carr
GOLDEN GIRL Oil and 24ct Gold Leaf painting Nikki Carr

Nikki Carr is a realist artist who strives to capture light, emotion and movement on the canvas, with a very special love for equine, wildlife and human subjects. Always drawn to the eye as the window to the soul, it is here that she looks first for the character and emotion and just sometimes – when the magic is right – the beginnings of a conversation.

Contact [email protected] for complimentary tickets to the Fair;


From 13 November


Christmas Fair At Waddesdon © Waddesdon A Rothschild House Gardens. Photo Chris Lacey
Christmas Fair at Waddesdon, photo by Chris Lacey

Soak up the sights, smells and sounds of Christmas by visiting Waddesdon Manor this month, as you browse hand-selected stalls all housed in charming wooden chalets and surrounded by twinkling trees. Unusual gifts will once again be a feature of Waddesdon’s famous Christmas Fair, with over 80 hand-selected artisan stalls selling handmade gifts, decorations and scrumptious food.


From 18 November

Windsor Great Park

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This very special light trail will take you on a magical journey as woodland and water at Windsor Great Park come alive with dazzling lights, dancing stars and breath-taking projections. Along the way you’ll pass fountains of flowers and holograms of mythical creatures, and be mesmerised by a dreamlike laser-scape amongst the trees.


21 November

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

Engelbert Humperdinck

In a career spanning almost 50 years, Engelbert Humperdinck has generated sales in excess of 140 million records, including 64 gold albums, 35 platinum, four Grammy nominations, and a Golden Globe. For one night only, this is your chance to catch him live.


Until 16 January, 2022

River & Rowing Museum

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Rembrandt, The Three Trees, 1643 © Ashmolean Museum

Celebrating 500 years of artists’ fascination with the sky, Skyscape: The limitless art of the sky, is the River & Rowing Museum’s autumn exhibition for 2021. The exhibition features masterpieces of some of history’s most celebrated artists including Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt, J M W Turner, Samuel Palmer, John Ruskin and Paul Nash.

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