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May

Monday 1st May: 

May Day Madrigals
St Peter's, Berkhamsted,

6.15am

Members of the choirs sing madrigals from the church tower; followed by breakfast (at a small charge) in the Court House. Director Adrian Davis.

CONTACT: www.stpetersberkhamsted.org.uk


Monday 1st May: 

Dockey Wood Bluebells
Dockey Wood, Beacon Road nr Ringshall, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire HP4 1LT 
10-4pm

Come and learn more about this special forestry plantation and the wonderful bluebells that bloom here. Entry to the wood outside the times given here remains free. Admission charges will apply over these two peak weekends in May.

PRICE: Adult £3, child £1, National Trust members free
CONTACT: CONTACT: 01442 851227 | www.nationaltrust.org.uk 


Monday 1st May: 

Pitstone Green Musum Open Day
Pitstone Green Museum, Vicarage Rd

11am-5pm

Regular attractions include: Pottery demonstrations, Tractor rides, the Avro Lancaster Bomber Cockpit, working Crossley gas engine, barn or stationary engines, working model railways, working rack saw, lace makers, craft stalls and all the museum exhibits.

PRICE: £6 (Children £2)
CONTACT: www.pitstonemuseum.co.uk


Monday 1st May: 

Aldbury May Fair
Aldbury

12-5pm

Don't miss it: the Aldbury May Fair is a great afternoon out with crafts, local produce and gourmet food stalls, and Maypole dancing as a highlight.

CONTACT: www.facebook.com/pg/AldburyMayFair


Wednesday 3rd May: 

Stoneycroft Flower Club
Warners End Community Centre HP1 3QG.
1pm for 1.30pm start. 

All welcome.
  
PRICE:  Entry for a visitor is £5. Please ask about membership. 
CONTACT: 01442 265496


Saturday 6th May: 

Tring Job Show
Victoria Hall, Tring

10am-4pm

A triumphant debut last year leads to an even bigger and better recruitment fair with local exhibitors, a CV clinic and workshops, all free.

CONTACT: www.tringtogether.org.uk


Saturday 6th May: 

Berkhamsted Arts & Crafts Market
Berkhamsted Town Hall,

10am-4pm

CONTACT: berkhamstedartscraftsmarket.com


Saturday 6th May: 

APOCALYPSE: FAMINE, PLAGUE, WAR AND REVOLUTION IN 14TH CENTURY
Kings Langley WEA, Kings Langley Community Centre, The Nap, Kings Langley, WD4 8ET   

2-30pm to 5-00 pm

The title says it all.  Kings Langley WEA presents a Day School which looks back to a century even more exciting than our own!  Wendy Featherstone, WEA Tutor will present two sessions.  All welcome.

PRICE: Tickets £10 including light refreshments
CONTACT: 01442 264741


Saturday 6th May: 

Family Fun Day 2017
St Peter & St Paul and Churchyard, Tring

10am-4pm

The Friends of Tring Church Heritage present their annual fundraising festival, featuring this year a vastly extended descent for soft toys from the church tower. Teddy Gets His Wings, with the involvement of RAF Halton.

PRICE: Free
CONTACT: 01442 891377


Saturday 6th May: 

Berkhamsted Jazz - Gabriel Garrick Big Band
Berkhamsted Civic Hall
8.00pm (doors open 7.15pm)

Woodwinds; Martin Hathaway,   Matt Wates,   Sam Walker,   Scott Garland,   Bob McKay      Trumpets; Gabriel Garrick,   Mike Henry,   Steve Waterman,   Andy Gibson,   Martin Shaw   Trombones; Winston Rollins,   Martin Gladdish,   Dave Eaglestone     
Rhythm Section; Dominic Ashworth [guitar],   William Bartlett [piano],   Joe Pettitt [bass],   Peter Cater [drums]

PRICE: £13 for visitors and guests. 
CONTACT: Tickets may be ordered (Monday – Friday 9.00am to 6.00pm please) from 01442-824173 | bjazztickets@gmail.com   |  www.berkhamstedjazz.co.uk 

Saturday 6th May:

Dawn Chorus Walk
Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre, Moneybury Hill, Ringshall, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire HP4 1LT
5-7am

Join an Ashridge Ranger on this early morning walk to look for and listen to birds on the Ashridge Estate. Breakfast at The Brownlow Café is included.

PRICE: £15 adults/ £10 children
CONTACT: 01442 851227 | www.nationaltrust.org.uk 


Saturday 6th May: 

Little Gaddesden Local Produce Market
Village Hall, Church Road, Little Gaddesden
9.30am-12.30pm

Fantastic stalls selling home made, organic, free range and locally sourced produce, alongside crafts and treats.

CONTACT: 07966 187304 | www.dacorumcommunitychoir.org/


Saturday 6th May: 

Dacorum Community Choir Spring Concert - SWING TIME
Hemel Hempstead Methodist Church, 270 Northridge Way, HP1 2AU.
4pm.

Conductor: Rufus Frowde, Accompanist Judi Kelly with children from Aycliffe Drive Primary School

PRICE: Tickets £10 and £5 (under18s) includes tea and cakes
CONTACT: 07890 288 859 |


Saturday 6th May: 

Stephen Simmons Concert
Tring Athletic Football Club, Cow Lane, Tring, HP23 5NT

7.30pm

Nashville country artist Stephen Simmons will be returning for another live concert. Stephen is a widely respected artist in Nashville and Europe and has 6 albums released and has appeared in session on BBC Radio 2 and other leading radio stations on the continent.

PRICE: £10 advance / £15 on the door
CONTACT: www.tafc.co.uk/events | 01442 891144  


Saturday 6th May: 

IN FLANDERS FIELDS
remembering World War I
Watford Colisseum

7.30pm

Berkhamsted Choral Society presents a joint concert with Chorleywood Choral Society. Elgar: The Music Makers / The Spirit of England / Polonia
Vaughan Williams: Six Choral Songs To Be Sung In Time Of War
Knowles: In Flanders Fields

PRICE: £10 - £25
CONTACT: www.berkhamstedchoral.co.uk | 0845 0753993


Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th May: 

Dockey Wood Bluebells
Dockey Wood, Beacon Road nr Ringshall, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire HP4 1LT 
10-4pm

Come and learn more about this special forestry plantation and the wonderful bluebells that bloom here. Entry to the wood outside the times given here remains free. Admission charges will apply over these two peak weekends in May.

PRICE: Adult £3, child £1, National Trust members free
CONTACT: CONTACT: 01442 851227 | www.nationaltrust.org.uk 


Sunday 7th May: 

Hemel Hempstead Old Town Market
Old Town High Street
11am-3pm. 

CONTACT: www.saundersmarkets.co.uk


Sunday 7th May: 

Potten End Bowls Club Open Day
Potten End Bowls Club, Hempstead Lane

11am-4pm

All you'll need is a pair of flat shoes; let the Club members show you round and discover whether you've a flair for the game.

CONTACT: 01442 862887


Sunday 7th May: 

Tring Bowls Club Open Day
Pendley Sports Centre, Cow Lane
10am-4pm

Give bowls a try! Free fun for all the family at Tring Bowls Club's Open Days (also 13 May). No need to book but please come with flat-soled shoes or trainers.

CONTACT: www.tringbowls.co.uk


Sunday 7th May: 

NGS Open Garden: Patchwork
22 Hall Park Gate, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, HP4 2NJ

2-5pm

¼-acre garden with lots of year-round colour, interest and perfume, particularly on opening days. Sloping site containing rockeries, 2 small ponds, herbaceous border, island beds with bulbs in Spring and dahlias in Summer, roses, fuchsias, patio pots and tubs galore - all set against a background of trees and shrubs of varying colours.  Refreshments in aid of Lions Club of Berkhamstead.

PRICE: £4 (children free)

CONTACT: www.ngs.org.uk/gardens


Monday 8th May:

Hemel Hempstead RSPB Meeting
Cavendish School, Warners End Road, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 3DW

8pm (Doors open 7.30pm)

Presentations by Group Members: Members are invited to give presentations of their favourite trips / photos. There will be a short AGM before the talks.

PRICE: £3 RSPB members / £3.50 non-members
CONTACT: Ian Wilson on 07929 997759  | www.rspb.org.uk/groups/hemelhempstead


Friday 12th May: 

Comedy Night
Berkhamsted Civic Centre, 161-163 High Street, Berkhamsted, Herts, Hertfordshire HP4 3HD

Bar opens 7pm Curtain Up 8pm

Come along for a night of fun and laughter whilst supporting Sunnyside Rural Trust. Berkhamsted comedian and actress Susan Earl (Red Dwarf, So Awkward, Perrin) will be performing her new show (Non) Violent Communication. In this show Susan helps us to see the funny side of our rocky relationships. The Scotsman Susan will be joined by award-winning comedian Samantha Baines (The Crown, Sunny D, BBC Radio 4) who is exploring the lost women of science. Expect facts, puns and an ear trumpet attached to a whiskey bottle. It’s science meets funny.

PRICE: £12 in advance and £15 on the door
CONTACT: www.berkostage.com


Friday 12th May: 

Biggest Brain Quiz
Nora Grace Hall, Tring

8pm

(£40 for table of 8). Pit your wits in a general knowledge quiz or addle them at the cash bar.

CONTACT: www.tringtogether.org.uk


Saturday 13th May: 

Tring Farmers Market 
Brook Street, Tring. 

9-12.15pm.

CONTACT: www.tringfarmersmarket.co.uk


Saturday 13th May:

Little Chalfont Farmers Market
Village Hall Car Park, Cokes Lane, Little Chalfont.
9-1pm

CONTACT: www.facebook.com/Little-Chalfont-Farmers-Market


Saturday 13th May:

Jumble Sale in aid of Cats Protection Hemel Hempstead & Berkhamsted
The Village Hall, Potten End, nr Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire HP4 2QG 
Doors open 11.30am until approx 1-1.30pm

Jumble sales are great fun so come along and bag yourself a bargain! Books, toys and games, clothes of all shapes and sizes (some of them nearly new) from baby to adult, shoes, bric-a-brac, sheets, curtains, cushions and other household items. Refreshments will be available. All proceeds to Cats Protection Hemel Hempstead and Berkhamsted Branch. To donate jumble bring it on the day at 10am (clean, unbroken, saleable items only please) or contact 01442 256545.

PRICE: 50p entry
CONTACT: 01442 256545 | dacorum.cats.org.uk 


Saturday 13th May:

Ashridge Estate - Gentle stroll - Bluebells 
Meet at Ling Ride car park
10.30-12.30pm

Join our knowledgeable volunteers for a gentle stroll to see Ashridge’s famous bluebells. This two mile gentle walk will take you to some of Ashridge’s best bluebell areas. Booking Not Needed. Children are welcome with accompanying adults. Dogs on leads welcome.

CONTACT: 01442 851227 | www.nationaltrust.org.uk 


Saturday 13th May:

Tring Bowls Club Open Day
Pendley Sports Centre, Cow Lane
10am-4pm

Give bowls a try! Free fun for all the family at Tring Bowls Club's Open Days. No need to book but please come with flat-soled shoes or trainers.

CONTACT: www.tringbowls.co.uk


Saturday 13th May:

Orchestral Concert
St Johns Church, Boxmoor
7.30pm

Dacorum Symphony Orchestra's programme will include Mendelssohn’s ‘Violin Concerto’ and Haydn’s ‘Symphony no 101 (The Clock)’. Soloist tba, conductor Thomas Loten.

PRICE: £12
CONTACT: www.dacorumso.org


Sunday 14th May:

NGS Open Garden: Chesham Bois House
Chesham Bois House, Chesham Bois, Buckinghamshire HP6 6DF 

2-5pm

3 acre plantswoman’s garden with primroses, daffodils and hellebores in early spring. Interesting for most of the yr with lovely herbaceous borders, rill with small ornamental canal, walled garden, old orchard with wildlife pond, and handsome trees of which some are topiaried. It is a peaceful oasis. Home-made teas.

PRICE: £4 (children free)

CONTACT: 01494 726476 | www.ngs.org.uk/gardens


Sunday 14th May:

St Albans Farmers Market
St Peters Street, St Albans.
8am to 2pm


Sunday 14th May:

Tennis Club Open Day
Berkhamsted Lawn Tennis & Squash Club, Broadwater.

The club invites you to look it over in conjunction with the Great British Tennis Weekend.

CONTACT: www.bltsrc.co.uk


Sunday 14th May:

The Berkhamsted Walk
Court House, Berkhamsted HP4 2AX 10-11.30am
OR or Ashridge College, HP4 1NS, 11am-2pm.

The annual sponsored walk in aid of The Children's Society through beautiful Chiltern countryside. Register at the Court House for the Bluebell (12 miles) and Challenge (18 miles) walks and Ashridge for the 6-mile Fun walk.

CONTACT: www.berkhamstedwalk.com


Monday 15th May - 29th May:

The Chilterns Walking Festival
Various venues and times

Grab some comfy walking shoes and get ready to explore a host of locations, landscapes and lifestyles during the first ever Chilterns Walking Festival! The Chilterns Conservation Board is delighted to be able to offer you a fantastic programme of hikes, guided tours and special events taking place across The Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this Spring.

CONTACT: www.visitchilterns.co.uk/walkingfest


Monday 15th May:

The Chilterns Walking Festival - The Box Moor Trust Blue Walk
10.30am

Walk the blue route, including an oral history of the area and information on The Bulbourne restoration project.  Meet from 10.15 am at Heath Lane St, Johns Church HP1 1JY. Parking available along St Johns Road and limited parking by the church. Please note the parking gets very busy so allow plenty of time.  3 miles approx 2 hrs gentle walking.  Book on-line.

PRICE: £5
CONTACT: www.visitchilterns.co.uk/walkingfest/event-details/3/the-box-moor-trust-blue-walk


Saturday 20th May:

The Chilterns Walking Festival - Wild Medicine Walk - Sunnyside Rural Trust
Hemel Food Garden, Two Waters Road, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire HP3 9BY 
10am

Learn to love your weeds! Discover how common weeds can be safely used as medicines for your everyday ailments. We’re surrounded by medicines. Most of us know them to be weeds and view them as something to get rid of. Lucy Blunden, Herts Herbalist will lead the walk around Hemel Food Garden and will show us herbs we can use safely in our own lives to support our health and wellbeing. The walk is approximately 1hour 30minutes.

Sunnyside Rural Trust provides adults with learning disabilities work experience in horticulture. Profits from this walk will help us to continue to provide this popular service. Your booking will be confirmed via email. Please note there are limited places, so book early to avoid disappointment. The walk is designed for adults, however children are welcome. There are no refunds if you cancel your booking. Dogs are allowed on the walk.

PRICE: £13 per person, book in advance to avoid disappointment
CONTACT: www.sunnysideruraltrust.org.uk | 01442 863364


Saturday 20th May:

Vale Symphonic Wind Band Concert
Church of St Peter and St Paul, Tring
7.30pm

Spring concert, full of vibrant sounds and fantastic classics. Features a selection of show and film themes to bring something familiar to the ears of everyone. 
You can get your tickets by calling 01296 696864 or on the door. Tickets are in aid of Rennie Grove.  

PRICE: £10 or £8 for concessions
CONTACT: 01296 696864

Sunday 21st May: 

Cream Teas, Plants and Produce

Cholesbury Village Hall, Cholesbury Lane, Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire HP23 6ND
2-5pm

Come and enjoy a wonderful selection of locally baked cakes and scones (with fresh cream) in aid of Cholesbury Church. There will also be a plant and produce stall. Entry is free and this is suitable for all ages. 2pm - 5pm. Free entry and free parking.

PRICE: Free


Sunday 21st May: 

Berkhamsted Farmers Market

High Street, Berkhamsted 
10-2pm


Sunday 21st May: 

Plant Fair

Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre, Moneybury Hill, Ringshall, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire HP4 1LT
11-4pm

Join us at the Visitor Centre for the 21st annual Ashridge Plant Fair. Stock up on an exceptional range of plants from our volunteer growers and local nurseries. Pick up everything you will need to make your garden beautiful this season! Free entry. Dogs on leads welcome. All children must be supervised by an adult. Please note we are only able to accept cash for plant sales as this is an outdoor event in a remote location.

PRICE: Free
CONTACT: 01442 851227 | www.nationaltrust.org.uk 


Sunday 21st May: 

Mozart's Clarionet

Hastoe Village Hall
7.30pm

Mozart Adagio and Fugue in c minor K546 | Howells  Rhapsodic Quintet for clarinet and strings Op.31 | Schnittke Moz-art for 2 violins | Rebecca Clarke  Prelude, Allegro, and Pastorale for clarinet and viola | Stravinsky  3 pieces for solo clarinet  | Mozart Clarinet Quintet K581

PRICE: £16  (concessions: £14), Under 18‘s: free
CONTACT: 01442 822732  | jehorder@aol.com  | tringchambermusic.co.uk


Wednesday 24th May:

Hemel Hempstead History and Museum Society Meeting
Carey Baptist Church Hall, Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead.
8pm (Doors 7.30pm).

The man who ate his boots, Denis Kelly

PRICE: Non-Members £2
CONTACT: 01442 398285 | www.historysochemel.bravesites.com


Friday 26th May 2017:

Boxmoor Canal Cultural Arts Weekend - The Angry Boater Comedy Show (Open Air Canalside Event)
Fishery Wharf Cafe, Fishery Wharf,  Fishery Lock, Fishery Road, Hemel Hempstead HP1 1NA
Doors 6.00pm, Showtime Approx 7.45pm, Bar shuts at 11.00pm

As part of our weekend long Canalside Cultural Weekend we have world touring Comedian The Angry Boater, a show written around Joel's introduction to boating life on the Grand Union Canal. Features Apsley, Hemel Heampstead and local canal towns.  'Angry Boater’ – now in its 3rd year – shows what it’s REALLY like to live on a boat with high blood pressure & no practical skills. Very Funny. Licenced Bar, Wood fired Pizza's, Great coffee and Cafe food. Cover available if raining.  Suitable for 14yrs and over all children under 18 to be accompanied by an adult!

PRICE: £10 Book on line or in person at Fishery Wharf Cafe or on the door

CONTACT: www.fisherywharfcafe.co.uk/p/tickets.html 


Friday 26th May and Saturday 27th May 2017:

Home & Garden Fair
Harpers Food, Half Moon Lane, Pepperstock, Bedfordshire LU1 4LL
10-3pm

Summer Bedding Plants, Garden Shrubs, Perennials, Hanging Baskets, Garden Tubs etc etc Home Ware, Garden Furniture, Cookware & Cooking Utensils, Candles, Glassware .............. and lots more . Disabled facilities & access, Cloakrooms etc Visit our large Food Hall with a wide selection of our home made meals & pies, farm assured meat, preserves, wines, cheeses, desserts, cakes etc Visit our Coffee Shop with speciality coffees teas etc, snacks & light lunches, desserts etc

PRICE: Free
CONTACT: 01582 872001 | www.harpersfood.co.uk


Saturday 27th  - 29th May 2017:

Boxmoor Canal Cultural Arts Weekend - Boxmoor Floating Market 
Fishery Wharf Cafe, Fishery Wharf,  Fishery Lock, Fishery Road, Hemel Hempstead HP1 1NA
10am - 6pm

Boxmoor's first cultural arts festival weekend held over the last bank holiday in May, a weekend of Comedy, Music & Theatre along with a three-day floating boat market between Fishery Lock and Old Fishery Lane Bridge. Hand painted canal wares, jewellery, massage therapy, arts and crafts, books, pottery, cheese & chutneys, speciality teas and coffees, vintage clothing and more.  Plus Licensed bar, woodfire pizza oven and cafe at The Fishery Wharf Cafe.  

PRICE: FREE

CONTACT: www.fisherywharfcafe.co.uk


Saturday 27th May 2017:

Boxmoor Canal Cultural Arts Weekend - Live Music Canal Arts
Fishery Wharf Cafe, Fishery Wharf,  Fishery Lock, Fishery Road, Hemel Hempstead HP1 1NA
1pm - 11pm

As part of our Boxmoor weekend of The Grand Union Canal Arts and cultural weekend we are having a day and evening of live music featuring canal based bands and artists plus local folk based artists.

Plus Licensed bar, woodfire pizza oven and cafe at The Fishery Wharf Cafe.  

PRICE: FREE

CONTACT: www.fisherywharfcafe.co.uk


Saturday 27th May: 

Tring Farmers Market 
Brook Street, Tring. 

9-12.15pm.

CONTACT: www.tringfarmersmarket.co.uk


Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th May: 

Hertfordshire County Show
The Showground, Dunstable Road, Redbourn, Hertfordshire AL3 7PT

gates open 8.30am

The biggest event in Hertfordshire! With two days of free entertainment, featuring The Bolddog 'Lings' and their adrenaline fueled bike stunts, the hilarious Sheep Show, The Devils Horseman, farmyard animals, vintage vehicles, shopping, food and drink, the 'Made in Hertfordshire' Marquee, Cattle Showing, Livestock Showing, Equine Showing and International Showjumping, there really is something for everyone! It's a fabulous day out for all the family!

PRICE: On The Gate Prices Adult £19 Senior £17 Child £9 Family £47   - Book in advance and save
CONTACT: www.hertsshow.com  | 0344 850 2122


Saturday 27th - Monday 29th May: 

Mentmore Arts Festival
St Mary's Mentmore & Village Hall

11am-5pm

The 9th Mentmore Arts Festival runs to Monday 29 May and this year showcases the work of over 60 artists. The lead charity for 2017 will be the local Air Ambulance. Make it a family day out.

CONTACT: www.mentmore-arts-festival.co.uk


Saturday 27th May: 

Berkhamsted Jazz - Robert Fowler Quintet
Berkhamsted Civic Hall
8.00pm (doors open 7.15pm)
Robert Fowler [bs,ts],   Colin Oxley [g],   Robin Aspland [p],   Dave Green [b],   Steve Brown [d]

PRICE: £13 for visitors and guests. 
CONTACT: Tickets may be ordered (Monday – Friday 9.00am to 6.00pm please) from 01442-824173 | bjazztickets@gmail.com   |  www.berkhamstedjazz.co.uk

Sunday 28th May 2017:

Boxmoor Canal Cultural Arts Weekend - Live Music Canal Arts
Fishery Wharf Cafe, Fishery Wharf,  Fishery Lock, Fishery Road, Hemel Hempstead HP1 1NA
5.30pm - 10.3pm

As part of our Boxmoor weekend of The Grand Union Canal Arts and cultural weekend we have the Alarum Theatre coming to visit by boat to perform their touring canal show The Idle Women.

This event will be an early evening open air event suitable for all ages. Tickets are FREE and reservable via the cafe counter or by email to Fisherywharfcafe@gmail.com, we are ltd to 150 seated tickets. We will be asking for a DONATION to go towards the Idle Women to help cover their touring costs, however the show is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England RTS COUNCIL. 

Food and drinks will be served throughtout the day and available into the evening along with our Woodfired pizza oven and licenced bar, cafe and great coffee.

PRICE: FREE but seats must be booked

CONTACT: www.fisherywharfcafe.co.uk


Sunday 28th May:

Harpenden Farmers Market
Lower High Street, Harpenden
10-2pm

CONTACT: www.harpendenfarmersmarket.co.uk


Sunday 28th May:

Huntsmoor - Open Garden for NGS
Huntsmoor, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire HP3 0DP
2-5pm

Rose garden, rhododendron border, arboretum, Koi pond, nature pond, shrub and herbaceous borders. Also has a 'cave', and lots of places to sit. Home-made teas. Gluten free provided. Open for charity.

PRICE: Admission £6, Children free
CONTACT: 01442 832014 | www.ngs.org.uk/find-a-garden/


Sunday 28th May: 

Wildflower Meadow Walks & Tea

Spring Meadow Farm, Whelpley Hill,
2-4pm

Enjoy the emerging wildflower meadows and count bees and butterflies in the restored ancient beech woodland. Also 4, 11, 14 and 18 Jun.

PRICE: £3.50
CONTACT: randmlaken@gmail.com  


Monday 29th May 2017:

Boxmoor Canal Cultural Arts Weekend - Kris Wood and The Blues Machine CA. Afternoon performance
Fishery Wharf Cafe, Fishery Wharf,  Fishery Lock, Fishery Road, Hemel Hempstead HP1 1NA
2pm - 6pm

 

Jo Carley & The Old Dry Skulls Oldtime Country Punk
Kris Wood & The Blues Machine Canadian Blues

Plus Licensed bar, woodfire pizza oven and cafe at The Fishery Wharf Cafe.  

PRICE: FREE 

CONTACT: www.fisherywharfcafe.co.uk


Monday 29th May: 

Pitstone Green Musum Open Day
Pitstone Green Museum, Vicarage Rd

11am-5pm

Regular attractions include: Pottery demonstrations, Tractor rides, the Avro Lancaster Bomber Cockpit, working Crossley gas engine, barn or stationary engines, working model railways, working rack saw, lace makers, craft stalls and all the museum exhibits.

PRICE: £6 (Children £2)
CONTACT: www.pitstonemuseum.co.uk


Monday 29th May to Friday 2nd June: 

Larking around on Northchurch Common
Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre, Moneybury Hill, Ringshall, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire HP4 1LT
10am - 4pm

Join our rangers to count and record singing Skylarks and parachuting Meadow Pipits. There will be a range of children's activities, so come along and play your part in protecting these nationally declining birds. This is a free event, donations welcome. Event takes place on Northchurch Common - this is a large meadow area on the B4506 between the A4251 and Tom's Hill Road.

PRICE: Free (donations welcome)
CONTACT: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ashridge-estate | 01442 851227


Monday 29th May to Friday 2nd June: 

Half term Trail and Crafts
Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre, Moneybury Hill, Ringshall, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire HP4 1LT
10am - 4pm

Complete our spring trail with matching craft at the visitor centre. No need to book, just drop in and make your craft in our classroom before heading out to explore the estate and complete our spring trail. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Please wear clothing and footwear suitable for weather conditions.

PRICE: £3 per child
CONTACT: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ashridge-estate | 01442 851227


Wednesday 31st May:

Go Wild on the Farm
The Barn, College Lake Nature Reserve, Tring, HP23 5QG
10-4pm

Enjoy a day on the reserve with a focus on its farming history and accompanying wildlife.

PRICE: Child £4
CONTACT: 01442 826774| www.bbowt.org.uk 


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