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More details - Perennials In The Royal Park at Highgrove
An illustrated talk given by George Lockwood, who is Capel Manor trained
8pm at Small Hall, Elm Court Youth and Community Centre, Mutton Lane, Potters Bar
Today

More details - Stamp Club Meeting
The letter D (afternoon). Organised by Bishop’s Stortford & District Philatelic Society. Organiser contact: David Armitage (Secretary).
Ground Floor Club Room, Community Centre, Lancaster Way, Bishop’s Park, Bishop’s Stortford
Today

More details - "A Butterfly Ball " for Parents and Pre-Schoolers
The "Faith Works" Trust * invites you to a Four Week Forest School Series for Parents and Pre-school age children.
Spring Meadow Farm, Whelpley Hill, , Berkhamsted
Today, Wed 27 Mar, Wed 3 Apr
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More details - Shaw's Corner - Guided Tours
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 to Sun 24 Mar, Wed 27 Mar to Sun 31 Mar

The Grand Duke More details - The Grand Duke
In the Grand Duchy of Pfennig-Halbpfennig, the citizens are well and truly fed up with their leader, The Grand Duke.
Queen Mother Theatre, Walsworth Road, Hitchin
Today to Sat 23 Mar
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More details - Austrian Allsorts
Our March meeting will gives us a good look at the stamps of Austria during much of the last century. Some beautiful designs reflecting the history and rich artistic heritage of the country will amount to a fascinating evening that will amply demonstrate how philately can both educate and entertain.
St Albans, Harpenden & District Philatelic Society School Room, St Mary’s Church, Childwickbury (Off A1081 St. Albans - Harpenden Road)
Today

More details - Rickmansworth Garden, Arts & Homecrafts Society Open Evening Meeting
The talk at our Open Evening on Wednesday March 20th will be by Graham Harrison. His subject is The Stone Age – Hunter Gatherers to the First Farmers. A fascinating look at human ingenuity and invention using Graham’s collection of original and reproduction objects.
Mill End Baptist Church, Field Way, Mill End, Rickmansworth
Today

More details - Cresta Couture at Mill Green Museum & Mill
A partnership exhibition with the University of Hertfordshire celebrating the innovative and stylish fabrics created by local textile company Cresta Silks from the 1920’s to the 1970’s.
Mill Green Mill & Museum Bush Hall Lane Mill Green Hatfield
Today, Thu 21 Mar, Sun 24 Mar, Tue 26 Mar to Thu 28 Mar, Sun 31 Mar, Tue 2 Apr to Thu 4 Apr, Sun 7 Apr, Tue 9 Apr to Thu 11 Apr

More details - The Creative Social
This is a new creative social networking group for everyone who’s a bit crafty to come along to. It’s an opportunity to meet new creative people, network and discuss ideas. Please feel free to bring your own work to be creative with whilst you chat with others and enjoy the FREE tea, coffee and cake!
Artshed Arts, Westmill Farm, Ware, Herts
Thu 21 Mar 19

More details - Haunted Hertford
An atmospheric guided walk through the ghostly haunted sites of Hertford.
Hertford
Fri 22 Mar 19

More details - Gian Luca Lastraioli
A programme of Baroque lute music given in association with the Lute Society including works by Lorenzini, Vallet, Dowland and anonymous Italian composers of the 16th century
Benslow Music Trust Benslow Lane
Fri 22 Mar 19

More details - Potters Bar Baptist Church Quiz Evening
This is always an enjoyable and popular quiz evening. There are 7 rounds of questions with a small prize at the end for the winning team. . Refreshments of Coffee and Cake will be served during the interval. Bring your own non alcoholic drinks and nibbles to eat at your table.
Potters Bar Baptist Church, 62, Barnet Road, Potters Bar
Fri 22 Mar 19

More details - EXHIBITION; "Joseph Lancaster's Educational Revolution"
The British Schools Museum’s new exhibition ’Joseph Lancaster’s Educational Revolution’ is supported by a £50,000 grant through the AIM Biffa Award History Makers scheme. Joseph Lancaster was a visionary pioneer of elementary education.
41/42 Queen Street, Hitchin
Fri 22 Mar to Sun 24 Mar, Fri 29 Mar to Sun 31 Mar, Fri 5 Apr to Sun 7 Apr, Fri 12 Apr to Sun 14 Apr

More details - Snow White, Rose Red, Bear Brown
Snow White and Rose Red – sisters, twins, best friends – have lived in the forest since they were Babes in the Wood. Brought up by their hardworking Mother to be kind, caring and forest fluent... if sometimes a little over enthusiastic in their deeds!
The Old Town Hall, High Street, Hemel Hempstead
Sat 23 Mar 19

More details - From Russia With Love - Hitchin Chamber Orchestra
March 23rd sees the return of Hitchin Chamber Orchestra to Hitchin Town Hall for their first concert of 2019, titled ‘From Russia With Love,’ under the baton of David Murphy.
Hitchin Town Hall Brand Street, Hitchin
Sat 23 Mar 19

More details - London Metropolitan Brass Quintet
London Metropolitan Brass Quintet at 7.30pm on 23rd March 2019 at St Marys Church Stapleford. London Metropolitan Brass are a young ensemble who have a very fast growing reputation as incredibly talented musicians.
St Marys Church Stapleford, Nr Hertford
Sat 23 Mar 19

More details - Teacher Recruitment Fair - 23rd March 2019, Letchworth Garden City
This is an essential event for experienced, new, returning or overseas qualified teachers or for anyone interested in teaching as a career. Now into their fifth year, these hugely enjoyable events are FREE to attend. Hertfordshire schools will be in attendance to showcase their current or future vacancies.
Fearnhill School, Icknield Way West. Letchworth Garden City
Sat 23 Mar 19

More details - The Who Tribute - The Horn at The Half Moon, Bishops Stortford
See the UK’s finest The Who tribute at this great live venue Who Are You UK are the UK’s hottest The Who tribute – recreating the unique excitement and power of one of rocks greatest ever bands.
31 North Street Bishops Stortford
Sat 23 Mar 19

More details - Jumble and Recycling Sale.
Our latest sale will be held at the Cuffley Scout HQ which is located at the end of Church Close, Cuffley, EN6 4LS. We anticipate selling clothes, shoes, bags, antiques and all kinds of indoor and outdoor household and garden goods together with a selection of furnishings - as ever it depends on what turns up!
1st Cuffley Scouts’ HQ, Church Close, Cuffley.
Sat 23 Mar 19

More details - The Show Must Go On!
Dive into the world of show business and discover Hertford’s rich history of performance. Its Free! Donations welcome! Open Tues – Sat 10am-5pm
Hertford Museum 18 Bull Plain Hertford
Sat 23 Mar, Tue 26 Mar to Sat 30 Mar, Tue 2 Apr to Sat 6 Apr, Tue 9 Apr to Sat 13 Apr, Tue 16 Apr to Sat 20 Apr, Tue 23 Apr to Sat 27 Apr, Tue 30 Apr to Sat 4 May, Tue 7 May to Sat 11 May, Tue 14 May to Sat 18 May, Tue 21 May

More details - St Albans Choral Society performs Bach's St John Passion
St Albans Choral Society and Orchestra Nova perform Johann Sebastian Bach’s St John Passion in German, under conductor George Vass. Soloists are: Mark Dobell, Evangelist; Edward Grint, Christus; Kirsty Hopkins, soprano; Rebecca Afonwy-Jones, mezzo-soprano; Greg Tassell, tenor; and Felix Kemp, baritone.
St Albans Cathedral, Sumpter Yard, Holywell Hill, St Albans
Sat 23 Mar 19

More details - WRAP Juniors Saturday Art Club
Creativity for the love of it. If you’re aged between 7 and 12 and love arts and crafts join me and Lucy Lardner in the den for the WRAP Saturday Arts Club. We work big and small, wet and dry. You’ll learn new skills, make new friends and find your creative mojo.
The WRAP Den. Unit 22 Ryefield Crescent. Northwood Hills
Sat 23 Mar, Sat 30 Mar

Bovingdon Market More details - Bovingdon Market
Bovingdon Market A favourite for ALL the family! Bovingdon Market is the busiest and best Saturday and Bank Holiday Market in England. Close to the M1, M25 and M40.
Chesham Road B4505 Near Hemel Hempstead
Sat 23 Mar, Sat 30 Mar, Sat 6 Apr, Sat 13 Apr, Sat 20 Apr, Mon 22 Apr
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More details - Hatfield House West Garden - Open Garden for NGS
Visitors can enjoy the spring bulbs in the lime walk, sundial garden and view the famous Old Palace garden, childhood home of Queen Elizabeth I. The adjoining woodland garden is at its best in spring with masses of naturalised daffodils and bluebells.
Hatfield House West Garden, Hatfield
Sat 23 Mar 19

More details - Hope4Dementia
A charity dinner, dance and auction to raise funds and awareness of Admiral Nurses and Dementia UK. It is a fun night with bubbles on arrival, a three course dinner, auction then dancing to a live band til midnight. An enjoyable evening in aid of a very worthwhile cause.
The Oak Room, Melbourne Lodge, Brocket Hall
Sat 23 Mar 19

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