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Fairs / Festivals

Friends of Tring Memorial Garden

Tring Memorial Garden, 12-2.30pm. Free entry. Friends of the Memorial Garden with Dacorum Borough Council invite you to come and celebrate the Platinum Jubilee and enjoy live music and Pimm's stall. Bring a picnic, a rug and relax for a while in lovely surroundings.

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Fairs / Festivals

Big Jubilee Lunch

Tring Parish Hall, 12noon. £5 per head. Come and enjoy a Big lunch to Celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. If the weather is good, this may be moved to the Churchyard.

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Theatre

Infants

Nora Grace Hall, 6pm. £14 online / £15 door. Gala premiere of the new musical comedy set in an infant school by award-winning composer James Lark (Tony Blair the Musical, The Snow Spider).

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Exhibitions

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Highlights

Natural History Museum Tring. To 19 Jun. The free exhibition showcases a selection of 34 images recording the beauty and fragility of wildlife, from tiny insects to massive mammals.

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Walks

Tring Together Netwalking

9.30am. Meet in the small car park across from the Akeman. For those who find breakfast meetings too early and evenings too difficult to get to, join BusinessMart (Tring’s biggest business networking group) and walk around Tring Park whilst you network. Dogs welcome.  Register via email.

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Walks

Ridgeway Hike 2022

To 12 Jun. Join Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity for an 80-mile charity hike along Britain’s oldest road next summer and experience the breath-taking views and historic sites along the way on this 4-day guided trek.

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Markets & Sales

Car Boot Sale

Dudswell Field, 7am (sellers) 8am (buyers) to 12pm, second Saturday of each month. Due to popular demand, this summer the Hospice of St Francis is bringing back its Car Boot Sale Series. Come along and grab a bargain. Refreshments available.

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Tring Farmers Market

Church Square, Tring, 9am-12.30pm. 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month. Fine produce from around the district.

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Fairs / Festivals

Mid Bucks & West Herts Performing Arts Festival

Court Theatre, Tring, 9am. Also 12, 18, 19 & 25 June. Providing a platform for children in the area to be educated, perform and showcase their talent and passion for the performing arts and to entertain their audiences.

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Music

Retreat To Bliss

St Peter's Church, Berkhamsted, 7.30pm. £20. Behind the Mirror’s first improv session featuring the ambient sounds of superstar gamba player Liam Byrne, Clare O’Connell, and phenomenal composer, improvising pianist and keyboardist, Tom Rogerson.

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Exhibitions

Pitstone Green Museum Open Day

Pitstone Museum, Vicarage Road, Pitstone, Leighton Buzzard, LU7 9EY. Adult £9, Child (5-16) £4. Enjoy a fantastic day out at an old Victorian farm now run by volunteers as a museum, with over 40 exhibits to suit all ages and tastes. Open the second Sunday each month and Bank Holiday Mondays.

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Fundraisers

Sponsored Dog Walk

5-mile course around Ashridge House. Raising money for Gaddesden Place Riding for the Disabled. Refreshments available for walkers and fresh water along the way for the dogs.

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