What's on

Exhibitions

Little Gaddesden Art Exhibition

Little Gaddesden Village Hall, Church Road. Free entry. Until 3 Jun. Saturday/Sunday 10.30am-6pm, Monday 11am-6pm.

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Fundraisers

Open Door Repair Café

Open Door Berkhamsted. First Saturday of each month, 9.30am-12.30pm. Throw it away? No way! Bring along your broken items and let the experts take a look, in exchange for a donation. No need to book. Refreshments available while you wait from donations café.

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Markets & Sales

Pop Up Bazaar

Berkhamsted Town Hall, 10am-4pm. First Saturday of the month. Free entry, dogs welcome. Fab indoor market home to independent market stall small businesses plus onsite cafe. Email if you would like a stall.

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Markets & Sales

Tring Arts & Crafts Market

Victoria Room, Victoria Hall, Akeman Street, 10am-3pm. First Saturday of every month. A place for locals to showcase their talents. Handmade crafts, accessories, homeware, art, jewellery, candles, sweet treats and more.

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Walks

BBOWT Chilterns Group Summer Walks

Various small guided walks in our lovely local nature reserves. Numerous dates to 29 September. Details and booking on website. Come support our vital local wildlife and habitats and benefit from being in nature yourself too.

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Music

Above Below Music Festival

An intimate, independent electronic music and arts festival, set within a secluded valley beneath the Chiltern Hills. Also 2 Jun.

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Fairs / Festivals

St Leonards Fete

Parish Hall and Field, Jenkins Lane, St. Leonards, Tring. 1-4.30pm. With circus juggling, live band, bouncy castle, dog show, classic cars, plant and book stall, raffle, tombolas, beer and Pimms tent, BBQ, cream teas and much much more.

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Talks

Eco Hub

Quaker Meeting House, Berkhamsted High Street, 2.30-5pm. 1st Sunday of the month. Monthly themes with expert speakers and panels, activities for children and teens, supportive information, tips and ideas.

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Music

Aloysius

Berkhamsted Old Town Hall, 7pm. £25 Under 18s free. Behind the Mirror presents String Quartets by Edmund Finnis, Tom Coult and Maurice Ravel.

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Talks

Be Scams Aware

Wigginton History Society, Village Hall, Wigginton, 7pm. Interested in hearing advice and learning about scams? Herts Police Cyber Protect and Prevent Team are giving a talk.

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Talks

An Evening with the Reverend Richard Coles

High Street Baptist Church, Tring, 7.30pm. From £15. An audience with the former pop star turned Church of England vicar, broadcaster and best-selling author, presenting his new book Murder at the Monastery.

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Music

London Welsh Male Voice Choir

By Berkhamsted and District Welsh Society. Hemel Hempstead, 7.30pm. Tickets can be bought at one of the Society's events and will go on general sale at the end of April.

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