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More details - Annual Potato Shindig gets underway at Willows Activity Farm
Grab your shovel and get digging at Willows Activity Farm - as this year’s Potato Shindig gets underway.
Coursers Road, London Colney, St Albans
Today to Sun 29 Sep

More details - Artists and Makers Fair
A must for all design devotees who care about how and where things are made, Sally Evans’ Artists and Makers Fair will be coming to Chorleywood for the second time.
Chorleywood War Memorial Hall, Common Road, Chorleywood, Rickmansworth
Today

More details - Watford Central Library
Heritage Open Day: Historic Buildings of Watford - an exhibition of photographs and history of local buildings exhibited during the full Heritage Open Days event. See how much you can learn from the exhibition with a trivia quiz on the history of Watford!
Hempstead Road, Watford
Today, Sun 22 Sep

Flare Path by Terence Rattigan More details - Flare Path by Terence Rattigan
CADS (Corvus Amateur Drama Society) presents, as part of the 2019 Royston Arts Festival, a classic wartime drama - Terence Rattigan’s Flare Path, first performed in 1942. It’s a story, of love and loyalty, courage and fear, and was based in part on Rattigan’s own experiences in the RAF.
King James Academy (formerly Meridian School), Garden Walk, Royston
Today, Fri 27 Sep, Sat 28 Sep
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More details - Abbots Autumn Fest
A fun filled day for all of the community. Celebrating local food and food producers, crafts and promoting sustainability and a healthy lifestyle. Live Music from Tom Craven, Lizzy Hardingham, Weeping Willow and Cian Darra. A licensed bar and hot food, alongside tables and chairs to entice you to stay awhile.
School Mead, Abbots Langley
Today

More details - Cheeki Monkeys Children's & Baby Market WATFORD
- Fun Day Out for whole family! - Pre-loved, crafts, entertainment and business stalls - Goody bags to be handed to first 50 families, including offers & samples - Plenty of free onsite and on-street parking - Fantastic ground floor venue - Buggy/pushchair friendly - Refreshments and sweet...
Westfield Academy Tolpits Lane WATFORD
Today

More details - Children's Graffiti Trail
Heritage Open Day: Throughout Heritage Open Days, use one of our trails to explore the building and find some of our medieval graffiti along the way! Did you know that there are examples of graffiti on many of the Cathedral’s walls, some dating to the 16th century?
St Albans Cathedral, Sumpter Yard, St. Albans
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Shaw's Corner - Guided Tours: September, October
Experience the house like never before. Join our volunteers on a guided tour of the house, and have the chance to get up close and personal with some of the objects. New for 2019! Join our volunteers for a brand new guided tour of Bernard Shaw’s beloved house and collection.
Shaw’s Corner, Ayot St Lawrence, near Welwyn
Today, Sun 22 Sep, Wed 25 Sep to Sun 29 Sep, Wed 2 Oct to Sun 6 Oct, Wed 9 Oct to Sun 13 Oct, Wed 16 Oct to Sun 20 Oct, Wed 23 Oct to Sun 27 Oct

More details - Church of St Mary the Virgin Ware
Heritage Open Day: St. Mary the Virgin is a beautiful and surprisingly large church for a small town. Built by Joan of Kent, widow of the Black Prince, the church has many signs of her presence although the jewel of the church is it’s recently restored octagonal font.
High Street, Ware
Today, Sun 22 Sep

More details - Redbournbury Watermill
Heritage Open Day: A working watermill, mill museum and bakery. Eighteenth-century restored working watermill, producing organic stone-ground flours and bread. Museum, milling demonstrations and artisan bakery on site.
Redbournbury Mill, Redbournbury Lane, St. Albans
Today, Sun 22 Sep

More details - The One Crown Open Day
Heritage Open Day: Watford’s oldest pub, The One Crown will host a special version of their pub quiz, and have panels up throughout the week with all the pub’s history. Watford’s oldest pub, The One Crown, will be doing a couple of events for Heritage Open Days this year.
156 High Street, Watford
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Hertford Heritage Photo Trail
Heritage Open Day: Learn about the history of Hertford’s well known buildings at selected venues. Follow the Heritage Weekend photo trail around Hertford town centre at a leisurely pace to see pictures of a selection of buildings from bygone days displayed outside each associated premises.
Hertford Town Council, The Castle, Hertford
Today

More details - St Leonard's Church, Bengeo
Heritage Open Day: A rare example of an intact Norman Church set in an ancient church yard and approached through parkland. ’The rare example of a virtually intact Norman village church; (Prof Sir Nikolaus Pevsner). The church will be open to visitors, with stewards to show them around and/or answer questions.
St Leonard’s Church, St. Leonards Road, Hertford
Today, Sun 22 Sep

More details - St Mary's Church
Heritage Open Day: St.Marys will be holding a special opening for visitors as well as a special tower tour, purposely put on for Heritage Open Days. Watford’s oldest building, this Grade I listed town centre church will be open for the public with tower tours. All are welcome to join a service.
Church Street, Watford
Today

More details - Railways On The Air
This is Railways on the Air, run at this time of the year to commemorate the opening of the first steam hauled passenger service, the Stockton-Darlington line built by George & Robert Stevenson & opened on 27th September 1825 This weekend is the closest we can get to this date.
Hoddesdon Model & Railway Club Mill Lane Broxbourne Herts
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - St Albans Clock Tower
Heritage Open Day: A unique survival of an English town Clock Tower, built in 1405. Climb the atmospheric spiral stone staircase, see the clock and the huge medieval bell, Gabriel. Extensive views from the roof of St Albans city and the surrounding countryside.
Clock Tower, High Street, St. Albans
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - St Albans Signal Box & Railway Museum
Heritage Open Day: See how a Signal Box works, pull the levers and ring the bells. See Thomas the Tank Engine on the garden railway and ride behind a steam engine in road outside the box.
Ridgmont Road, St. Albans
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Bancroft Day
The businesses and services in this area of town are keen to promote all that their road has to offer. With food, music and offers in-store.
SG5 1JW
Today

More details - Oxfam Walk for Water 2019
Join Oxfam supporters for their annual Walk for Water - formerly the Herts Hike - on Saturday 21st September 2019. Now celebrating its 25th year, the Walk is run entirely by volunteers and attracts some 200 people.
Scout hut Heartwood Forest Sandridgebury Lane Sandridge
Today

More details - Lego Club
Join us at Oxhey Library and let your imagination run wild! Use our Lego to build what you never though could be possible. Is it a Bird? Is it a Plane? No, its your own creation! Come and show us your wildest builds come true!!
Oxhey library Bridlington Road South Oxhey
Today, Sat 28 Sep

More details - Herts Visual Arts Open Studios
Herts Visual Arts flagship annual event is taking place 7 - 29 September 2019: inspiration and discovery, bringing art into the heart of our communities across Hertfordshire. Artists Sarah Core and Liz Purkis will be exhibiting at 38 Temple Avenue, Whetstone, London, N20 9EH, over two weekends in September.
38 Temple Avenue Whetstone London
Today, Sun 22 Sep

More details - The Chief, The Missionary, His Wife & Her Brother
13th July – 2nd November 2019 Discover the amazing father of our museum founders and their fascinating lives amongst the Ainu, the indigenous people of Hokkaido, North Japan. Illustrated by fantastic Japanese items from our collections as well as examples of Ainu culture loaned by the British Museum.
Hertford Museum 18 Bull Plain
Today, Tue 24 Sep to Sat 28 Sep, Tue 1 Oct to Sat 5 Oct, Tue 8 Oct to Sat 12 Oct, Tue 15 Oct to Sat 19 Oct, Tue 22 Oct to Sat 26 Oct, Tue 29 Oct to Sat 2 Nov

More details - Sunday Teas
Come and enjoy Sunday Tea and home made Cakes every Sunday afternoon from 5 May until 29 September. A warm welcome to all, and ideal stop off point for walkers and cyclists.
All Saints Church, Shillington
Sun 22 Sep, Sun 29 Sep

More details - Abbey Gateway Tours
Heritage Open Day: Tour of the most complete medieval gateway in England including a museum relating to the history of St Albans School founded in 948 AD.
St. Albans School, Abbey Gateway, St. Albans
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - Big Fish Little Fish 'Vikings & Dragons' Family Rave feat. DJ Aston Harvey (Freestylers)
Come join raving Valhalla!Award-winning, pioneering Big Fish Little Fish family rave return triumphantly to the Watford Colosseum with a ’Vikings & Dragons’ themed event on 22 September 2019.
Watford Colosseum Rickmansworth Road Watford
Sun 22 Sep 19

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