(see also Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th May)
This year’s 12th Baldock Independent Beer festival will bring live music on Friday evening from 5pm, all day Saturday and 12noon until close at 8pm on Sunday.
Over 80 local and national real ales, 40 ciders and a large selection of continental draught beers and lagers.
All complemented by a seperate posecco, wine and Pinkster Gin bar and a wide range of hot, cold, vegatarian and barbecued food with plenty of sweets, soft drinks, ice cream and free activities, including fun games and challenges to entertain the children during Saturday and Sunday.
For more information, including band and beer lists, see the website www.baldockbeerfestival.org.
Any surplus made during this event is donated back to local causes see the website of Baldock beer festival facebook for more details . Contact email@example.com.
This will be a free event where people can come down and play some board games, this is aimed at adults but children will also be welcome. It will run from 7pm to 11pm
See also Thursday 16th May
Ability level: Beginners welcome.
Baldock MTB will provide guided tours of the Greenway showing cyclists new to the route a number of exciting areas just off the beaten track to test your riding skills.
Starting at the Orange Tree, Norton Road, Baldock at 19:00 riders will be guided around the Greenway being given opportunities to explore some interesting alternative routes, picking up tips and tricks from experienced mountain bikers.
Riders will finish back at the Orange Tree between 20:00 and 21:30 (dependent upon experience) having covered approx. 15 miles.
This event is suitable for all riders aged 13 and over (Children under 16 years must be supervised by a cycling adult).
All riders must wear cycling helmets and are responsible for providing their own cycles in good working order.
Depending on finish times and detours taken lights may be required towards the end of the ride (and to get home after being refreshed).
Meet outside Baldock Community Centre at 7:15pm for a 7:30pm start.
Jane Havercroft will take you on a stroll around the streets of Baldock to discover the origins of Baldock’s street names including those names no longer in use. All on tarmac so accessible to most mobility scooters; possibly too much traffic for small children and dogs.
This walk also takes place on May 6 and 12: please see details for times.