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More details - RARE Productions - Peter Pan auditions in Dunstable
AUDITION 1 – Monday 26th February 2018 5.30pm – 6.30pm (8 – 12 year olds) 6.30pm – 7.30pm (13 – 21 year olds) Grove Theatre, Court Drive, Dunstable, LU5 4GP AUDITION 2 – Sunday 4th March 2018 2.00pm – 3.30pm (8 – 12 year olds) 3.
The Grove Theatre Grove Park Court Drive Dunstable
Mon 26 Feb, Sun 4 Mar

More details - Wheelers Wheels @ Dunstable United Services Club!
We welcome ’Wheelers Wheels’ to our club for the second time. They offer a wide range of music from across the decades for your dancing or listening pleasure. A very friendly club in the centre of Dunstable. Call ahead for peace of mind 01582 663300
Dunstable United Services Club, 160 High Street South
Sat 17 Mar

Work Your Shot- Vintage Reggae & Ska Night More details - Work Your Shot- Vintage Reggae & Ska Night
WYS returns for its first event of 2018 for another night of scorching Ska, cool cool Rocksteady and big boss Reggae!. Joining us on our opening night we have an absolute veteran of the scene, DJ Cello! Cello has run his now legendary Coast To Coast night for 19 years and has played all over the world.
George II, 70 Bute street, Luton
Fri 2 Mar
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More details - Jazz Jam Luton
We’re back at the Bear Club Luton for our monthly Focus on Jazz Jam on Sunday 4th March! If you’re a Musician, Vocalist, Dancer or Music Lover, come join us and jam with our excellent House Band, or just kick back and enjoy some great music in a cool, relaxed atmosphere over a bevvy or three – there’s no...
The Bear Club, Mill Yard, 24a Guildford Street, Luton
Sun 4 Mar

More details - An evening of Soul & Jazz with Terri Walker
Focus on Jazz presents an evening of soulful music with the incredible Vocalist Terri Walker featuring the Peter Honegan Band in a first-ever performance by Terri at the Bear Club Luton on Friday 23rd March. Terri needs no introduction as one of the UK’s leading Soul Artists.
The Bear Club, Mill Yard, 24a Guildford Street, Luton
Fri 23 Mar

More details - Bach: St Matthew Passion
Luton Choral Society, Luton Youth Cantores Thurrock Choral Society Welwyn Garden City Chorus Conductor - Crispin Lewis, Claire Coleman - Soprano, Tristram Cooke - Counter Tenor, Daniel Thomson - Tenor, Adrian Horsewood - Baritone, The Musical Compass
St Mary’s Church, Church Street, Luton
Sat 17 Mar
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More details - Introduction to Family History Sources
Want to start tracing your family history but not sure where to start? This workshop by Bedfordshire Archives can help. Introducing you to sources in the library, online and from local archive services. Even if your family isn’t from Bedfordshire you will pick up tips that can be useful throughout England.
Leighton Buzzard Library, Lake Street, Leighton Buzzard
Mon 19 Mar

More details - Introduction to Local History Sources
Would you like to know more about the history of a local area but are not sure where to begin? This workshop by Bedfordshire Archives may help. We will look at sources available in the library, online and at the local archive service.
Leighton Buzzard Library, Lake Street, Leighton Buzzard
Mon 19 Mar

More details - Wayside Cottage - Open Garden for NGS
The garden is sited on a ½-acre plot. Developed over 50 yrs it has mature trees, shrubs and flower borders. A well-stocked pond with fountain and waterfalls. A variety of attractive outbuildings nestle within the old walled garden for a tranquil scene with plenty of hidden corners.
Wayside Cottage, Barton-le-Clay
Sun 25 Mar

More details - Gifla House - Open Garden for NGS
When we first moved to the house (some 20+ years ago) the garden was essentially a field with a couple of trees in it. Over the years we have had the entire space carefully and sympathetically landscaped.
Gifla House, Bedford
Sun 25 Mar

More details - The Manor House, Barton-le-Clay - Open Garden for NGS
The garden was beautifully landscaped during the 1930s and much interest is created by picturesque stream which incorporates a series of waterfalls and ponds. Colourful streamside planting incl an abundance of arum lilies. Sunken garden with lily pond and a magnificent wisteria thrives at the rear of the house.
The Manor House, Barton-le-Clay, Barton-le-Clay
Sun 25 Mar

More details - Movie Magic Charity Concert in support of MacIntyre
An evening of live performances from local performers with music from the silver screen, Featuring Isla Macleod-Irvine, Parkside Singers, Ampthill Toddington Town Band Come along and join us for what promises to be a fabulous evening for all to enjoy whilst helping us raise vital funds for the help and support
Flitwick Village Hall
Sat 17 Mar

More details - The Conservatory at Luton Hoo Walled Garden evening Wedding Fair
Why not visit this tranquil wedding venue, surrounded by beautiful walled gardens and enjoy the landscaped grounds packed with spring floral colours. The wedding fair is open between 11.00am and 3.30pm with over 35 exhibitors for you to meet. There are two fashion shows at 12.30pm and 2.
The Conservatory Luton Hoo Walled Garden
Sun 25 Mar

More details - Redborne Indoor Car Boot Fair - Sunday 25th February 2018
REDBORNE ASSOCIATION INDOOR BOOT FAIR - Sunday 25th February Come along and have a browse at our Indoor Boot Fair. If you are interested in booking a table at a cost of £8 per pitch / table (tables provided) please forward a cheque (payable to Redborne School Fund) to the above address.
Redborne Upper School, Flitwick Road, Ampthill
Today

More details - Writing Home - Letters from Bedfordshire people abroad
Bedfordshire people have travelled the world. This talk by Bedfordshire Archives Service reveals some of their experiences from letters in the archives that they wrote to the folks back home.
Ampthill Library, 1 Dunstable Street, Ampthill
Mon 26 Feb

More details - Many Mansions - cataloguing drawings from an Ampthill architect's office
A talk by Bedfordshire Archives about some of the treasures revealed during the cataloguing of the architectural drawings from the Ampthill office of Richardson & Houfe. Sir Albert Richardson was a well-known architect and the drawings reflect this with projects of all shapes and sizes throughout the British Isles.
Ampthill Library, 1 Dunstable Street, Ampthill
Mon 5 Mar

More details - Speaking Out - women of Bedfordshire in their own words
Women are often thought of as under represented in the historic record but as letter writers, diarists and witnesses they do have a voice. This talk from Bedfordshire Archives looks at some examples from the archives.
Ampthill Library, 1 Dunstable Street, Ampthill
Mon 12 Mar

More details - Come & Try Bowls
Come and try your hand at Bowls! All welcome, including complete beginners. Free session, Refreshments, Friendly people on hand to show you how to play. Bowls ("woods") available to borrow. Flat shoes essential, casual clothes. Come and make new friends and have fun!
Redbourn Leisure Centre, Dunstable Rd., Redbourn
Tue 13 Mar

More details - King's Arms Garden - Open Garden for NGS
Small woodland garden of about 1½ acres created by plantsman the late William Nourish. Trees, shrubs, bulbs and many interesting collections throughout the yr. Maintained since 1987 by The Friends of the Garden on behalf of Ampthill Town Council.
King’s Arms Garden, Ampthill
Today

More details - Ampthill Antique & Vintage Fair
Ampthill Antique and Vintage Fair is held on the last Sunday of each month (except August and November). There is ample off road parking. 32 stalls selling china, books, furniture, coins, cigarette cards, silver, model trains, vintage clothing, dress jewellery, gold etc. Refreshments by "Crumbs"
Parkside Hall, Woburn Road, Ampthill
Today

More details - Ampthill Antique and Vintage Fair
Ampthill Antique and Vintage Fair is held on the last Sunday of each month (except August and November). There is ample off road parking. 32 stalls selling china, books, furniture, coins, cigarette cards, silver, model trains, vintage clothing, dress jewellery, gold etc. Refreshments by "Crumbs"
Parkside Hall, Woburn Street, Ampthill, Beds
Sun 25 Mar

More details - HULA'S On-Site Shop & Pet Shed Open on Saturday 3rd Mar
Charity fundraising event at HULA Animal Rescue selling Books, Clothes, Utensils, Shoes, Bric-a-Brac, Glasses, Soft Furnishings, Scarves, Games, Crockery, Jewellery, Toys, DVDs, CDs, Pictures etc etc; Refreshments & Pastries on sale ; Cattery & small animal houses will be open; FREE Entrance & FREE Parking.
Glebe Farm, Salford Road, Aspley Guise, Milton Keynes
Sat 3 Mar

More details - HULA Animal Rescue's Mums Tea-rrific Tea Party
Take home a Memento Photo Magnet of you & your Mum, Children’s Workshop making a ’Card for Mum’; Find the Teacups Treasure Hunt; Afternoon Tea for Mum including scones with jam & cream; Bargains in the Bazaar & Pet Bed Shed, Refreshments on sale in Reception; Meet & Greet the HULA dogs throughout
Glebe Farm, Salford Rd, Aspley Guise, Milton Keynes (Nr. Aspley Guise Rail Station)
Sun 11 Mar

More details - Old Church Cottage - Open Garden for NGS
Small garden around a 400yr old thatched cottage adjoining a disused churchyard with ancient yews and Norman tower being the remnant of a Chapel of Ease. Many species and varieties of snowdrops together with cyclamen, crocuses, irises and other early spring bulbs.
Old Church Cottage, Tring
Today

More details - Jumble Sale in aid of Cats Protection Hemel Hempstead & Berkhamsted
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.
The Village Hall, Potten End, nr Berkhamsted
Sat 3 Mar