June

Tuesday 21 June – Sunday 3 July Community Arts Festival, Brookmans Park Church

Local artists of all ages, photographers, jazz and choral concert.

Based in Brookmans Park Church, this Festival well see local artists of all ages, and amateur photographers display their work which is then for sale. There will be a jazz evening and a choral concert too. Something for everyone. This event is in aid of Isabel Hospice and Herts Young Homeless.
You can find out the full details at
Community Arts Festival where you can also book tickets or they can be purchased from Bryans Homecare on The Green, Brookmans Park.

 

26th June

NGS Open Gardens, teas for Isabel Hospice

Michael’s Folly, Epping Green, Hertford

2-5pm

Something different! Forget your busy life and enter this atmospheric naturalistic garden. Meander the woodland walk and visit the earth labyrinth. Sit and reflect by the large natural pond and enjoy the abundant organic kitchen garden. Interesting structures abound a straw bale studio for yoga and dance and a Mongolian Yurt where tea will be served. Admission £3.50 (not in aid of the Hospice), children free. Home-made teas on sale in aid of the Hospice.





Are you up for a challenge in 2016?

Vietnam Challenge for Isabel Hospice 

Hot on the heels of returning from Iceland where as part of a team she trekked up a volcano and across glaciers and ice fields, Isabel Hospice Fundraising Co-ordinator, Jordan Russell, is putting the call out for adventurers to join the next overseas fundraising challenge for the local charity. 

“I’m really excited that we are able to put on two different versions of this Vietnam trek each one with its own challenges. One group are going to be trekking in the hill tribe region of Sapa, whilst another group will be scaling the highest point in Vietnam, Mount Fansipan. 

Both groups will really get the feel of the country during their time there and they will see some stunning scenery. However, this isn’t going to be a walk in the park! Both of the treks are described as challenging, with the trek up Mount Fansipan being the most difficult, however a good level of fitness and a positive attitude will go a long way for both. We are recruiting trekkers now for the 2016 challenge as each person will need to raise a minimum sponsorship, and so by starting sooner rather than later, this makes the fundraising easier.” 

If you would like to find out more go to www.isabelhospice.org.uk or call Jordan on 01707 382500. 


Knebworth House to host new country show this July!

Hertfordshire’s world famous Knebworth House is set to host a brand new two-day country show on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 July

Set within the spectacular grounds of Knebworth Estate, the family-orientated show will boast everything from world-class fieldsports competitions to have-a-go opportunities. Run by award-winning event organiser Countryman Fairs, the jam-packed show will also offer hundreds of exhibition stands, picnic areas, a jam-packed Main Arena schedule, children's entertainment, food festival, craft and antiques fairs and live folk music.

 

The box office for tickets is now open. Visitors can save up to £6 per ticket by taking advantage of the early bird discount and purchasing them before 12 noon on Wednesday 6 July 2016. The best value ticket is a two-day adult pass, which costs £24 – just £12 per day! Accompanied children aged 15 years and under are free and do not need a ticket.

 

For more information, visit www.knebworthcountryshow.co.uk

An advance one-day adult ticket costs £13; an advance two-day adult ticket costs £24. Accompanied children aged 15 years and under are free and do not need a ticket. The advance ticket offer will close at 12 noon on 6 July 2016. Full price tickets at £15 will be available at the entrance each day. Gates open at 8.30am.

 

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