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Another Murder Mystery evening, organised by Baldock Town Twinning Association. Prepare to be entertained, mystified and nourished…yet again. Dinner will be served during the interval, but please bring along your own nibbles for the evening.
This price covers your entry fee, a hot supper plus, of course, dessert, a reasonably priced bar (no BYO, please) as well as the Murder Mystery entertainment. There will also be a raffle.
The maximum number of seats is 90, so do not leave it too late before you get your tickets.
This mini-bus tour will take you on a mystery trip around the local area, followed by refreshment.
Seats must be pre-booked as they are limited to 13, but there are other trips on May 15 and 17.
September 1915 saw the start of one of the greatest battles of the First World War – the Battle of Loos.
Jim Purfield enlisted in Hitchin in September 1914 and returned to his native Kent to join his local battalion. He kept a daily diary for the next year, and from this, his Battalion records and official war records, we tell the story of his year which included the decimation of his battalion at Loos
In this illustrated talk we follow the personal record of this young man, who, along with thousands of others, was drawn into the hell of that war.
Venue open at 6:30pm, talk starts at 7pm
Take a tour of the old shops of Baldock, in a light-hearted quiz with loose connections to these delightful old buildings.
A fun evening with a historical and educational side!