Buy and sell at Watford’s longest running Sunday outdoor car boot sale!
5 mins from M1 Jct 5. Buyers Car Park on site with disabled spaces.No parking outside on the road.Refreshments,
clean toilets, dogs allowed.
Little Bushey Lane
Today, Sun 3 Jun, Sun 10 Jun, Sun 17 Jun, Sun 24 Jun, Sun 1 Jul
We have requested a National Trust representative from the workforce at Clandon Park to
come and tell us of the progress and future of the rebuilding of Clandon Park. We await
further information of who the speaker will be.
Stanborough Centre, 609 St Albans Road, Garston, Watford.
Two gardens of similar size and the same aspect, developed in totally different ways. The plantswoman’s garden at Number 20 is ’a master class in making the most of a long and narrow plot’ (Amateur Gardening magazine). Varied habitats include cool and moist, dry gravel, and lush pondside displays.
Set in the unique venue of St Albans Organ Theatre in Camp Road, next to Camp School, we will be holding a Craft Fair for handmade gifts and crafts and also vintage items.
Come along to experience the wonderful hidden gem, indulge in some home made cakes and tea and wonder around the various craft stands.
Enjoy a musical Sunday Afternoon listening to this fascinating collection of unique self-playing musical instruments. Includes tea and coffee in the interval. (Every 2nd Sunday of the month March to November)
St Albans Organ Theatre, 320 Camp Road, St Albans Herts
Garden designers walled garden, approx 90ft x 36ft. Modern, asymmetric design thickly planted in flowing, natural drifts around trees, shrubs and central pond; changing array of interesting containers, recycled objects and sculptures. Copper trellis divides the space into contrasting areas.
This hilarious play about the ethics of tabloid journalism focuses on Barry, a TV comic, whose career and personal life are in steep and swift decline. Barry is escorted to a smart hotel room to meet Greg and Liz, two journalists pretending to be bankers.
Abbey Theatre, Westminster Lodge, Holywell Hill, St Albans
The gardens are a small jewel behind the High Street. The theme will be a commemoration of the ending of WW1. There will be cream teas, (and other refreshments), live music from the First World War era and a chance to walk around these lovely gardens.
The Abbots House Gardens,
Designed for relaxation, this low maintenance garden makes the most of a 10m x 10m urban plot. Features include a spacious south-facing terrace, wisteria-clad gazebo, an ornamental water feature surrounded by wild flower turf, shed with sedum roof, borders in dappled shade, and zonal lighting.
On Saturday 9th June, Hertford Choral Society under its Music Director Derek Harrison will be performing Vaughan Williams’ “Sea Symphony” (Symphony No 1) at St Albans Cathedral accompanied by the Chameleon Arts Orchestra and featuring Soprano Sarah Fox and Baritone Robert Gildon.
Join the crowds in St Albans as the city comes together to celebrate Britain’s first saint, Alban.
Enjoy a wonderful spectacle as giant carnival puppets tell the story of the remarkable man who gave the city its name.
On Sunday 10th June 2018, Watford Race for Life will bring thousands of women together to support Cancer Research UK’s life-saving research. Just by signing up you’ll make a difference and whether you raise £10 or £200, every penny matters.
Race for Life 5k is great for all ages.
Cassiobury Park, Off Cassiobury Park Avenue, Watford
The place where "Smart Parents" shop!
SAVE up to 90% on quality pre-loved goods!
Plenty to keep the little ones amused.
Buy & sell babies’ & children’s toys, clothes & equipment.
For some fantastic pre-loved buying & selling tips, visit our website.
A fabulous afternoon with inspirational speaker Caroline Jones talking about her love for fashion and her multi-award winning fundraising campaign Knickers Model’s Own. The talk will be
followed by afternoon tea and then a Q&A session with Caroline giving styling tips.
Walled garden, once part of the 1st Duke of Chandos’s kitchen gardens, restored 2006-7 and featuring a number of well-established trees and shrubs, as well as flowering plants. One of 200+ gardens taking part in Open Garden Squares Weekend.
On behalf of 2nd Edition of International Conference on Chemistry And Chemical Engineering organizing committee, invites Chemical Engineers , chemistry people in all fields, researchers, professors, scientific communities, delegates, students, business professionals and executives to attend the “Chemistry and Chemical
Marking the 20th anniversary of the Disney Pixar classic. Outcast inventor ant Flik recruits a group of circus bugs he mistakes for warriors when his colony is threatened by a group of grasshoppers. Can they save Ant Island together?
The Hillplayers present Tom Stoppard’s absurdist farce. A satiric play-within-a-play, this parody focuses on two theatre critics, insecure Moon and womanizing Birdboot, as they review an Agatha Christie-style murder mystery:
Lady Muldoon’s husband disappeared a decade ago.
“Hello to one and all. I am Doctor John Dolittle a very famous Doctor. I’m a bit wacky actually but you will get used to that.
Some of you may have heard of me (good for you) and some may have not - but you will now.
I am not a normal run of the mill Doctor. I was once but I really did not like my patients.
Dory is a wide-eyed, blue tang fish who suffers from memory loss every 10 seconds or so. The one thing she can remember is that she somehow became separated from her parents as a child. With help from her friends Nemo and Marlin, Dory embarks on an epic adventure to find them.
Sandringham School’s Drama Faculty present their take on the deviously delicious Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi smash musical, Little Shop Of Horrors.
The meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn stumbles across a new breed of plant he names "Audrey II" - after his coworker crush.
Set in 1930s New York during The Great Depression, brave young Annie is forced to live a life of misery at Miss Hannigan’s orphanage. Her luck soon changes when she’s chosen to spend a fairytale Christmas with famous billionaire, Oliver Warbucks.
The final concert of the de Havilland Philharmonic’s 2017-18 season takes Bohemian Beauties as its theme.
It opens with Janacek’s Suite from the opera Cunning Little Vixen which is woven through with Moravian folk music and rhythms from the historical Czech lands.
Suburban garden recently created by enthusiastic, plantaholic owner. Herbaceous perennial borders surround oval lawn. The garden contains over 100 varieties of roses and clematis, a covered rose walk, gazebo, sink garden, pleached hornbeam trees with box collars and a small fruit and vegetable garden.
Victorian walled garden built in 1899 for the London residence of the Duchess of Sutherland. Garden in full flower, two ponds. Children’s activities. Stalls. Homemade refreshments. One of 200+ gardens taking part in Open Garden Squares Weekend.
Roe Green Walled Garden, In Roe Green Park, Kingsbury
Face Painting: Tuesday 29 May 2018 (1pm-5pm)
Back due to popular demand, free face painting for kids returns to Bang Bang Oriental. An expert face painter is on hand to transform the children into their favourite animals, superheroes, princesses, and more.
General Auction to include Antiques, collectables & general items.
Regular items of Moorcroft, Beswick, Doulton, Lorna Bailey, Silver, Gold Jewellery & general.
Held on FIRST Wednesday of every month
Auction starts 1.00pm, viewing from 11.30am
Website www.harrowauctions.com where photos of lots appear
The summer Wedding Fair at Hatfield House on Sunday 3rd June 2018 is quite simply the most unique and extraordinary wedding Fair ever to take place at this historic wedding venue. As well the usual creative mix of inspirational exhibitors and two signature fashion shows at 12.30pm and 2.
Take a trip down the rabbit hole with Chapterhouse Theatre Company this summer as they present the classic tale of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Join Alice as she stumbles into the magical world of Wonderland and meet a whole host of colourful characters.
Join us for a sizzling night of summertime fun, laughter and walking as our Ladies in the Night Walk challenge is back with a carnival twist! Pound the streets of Hillingdon for one amazing night in aid of your very special local hospice. Choose from the NEW 10 mile route or the existing 5.5 mile route.
Michael Sobell Hospice, Gate 3, Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood
Chipperfield Choral Society Summer Concert - Light Eternal - towards the commemoration of the ending of the First World War. The Soldier and a medley of songs from WW1, Requiem and Feel the Spirit by Rutter. Soloist Rosemary Clifford (Mezzo-Soprano). Musical Director Delia Meehan
Chipperfield - St Paul’s Church, The Common, Chipperfield