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Join us for a Carvery style Sunday Lunch, dessert, cheese and biscuits. Price also includes a glass of Prosecco or fruit juice. The bar will be open.
There will be 2 sittings, service start times: 12.30 to 1pm or 1.30 to 2pm.
Meet outside Community Centre, Simpson Drive, 10.15am for 10.30 start (NB: This is a morning walk)
Jane Havercroft will take you on a 2 hour, 1.5 mile stroll around the back lanes and footpaths in the town centre to discover their history. All on tarmac so accessible to most mobility scooters; possibly too much traffic for small children and dogs. This popular walk was sold out last year so it has been decided to repeat it to give those who missed it a chance to take part this year.
Also on Sunday 6th and 13th May
Do you like making tea time treats, especially scones,biscuits, small and large cakes?
You are invited to take part in the Big Baldock Tea Time.
Bring your choice of one or more of the four categories down to the Baldock Community Centre from 10am onwards to be judged by Clive Draper, the bakery manager of Days of Ashwell at 12 noon.
There are two groups Adult and Child (under 13), each with a prize for first and second places given by Days of Ashwell
When the judging is over you might want to sell what you have made slices or individual items in aid of the Sue Ryder or take them home.
Entry forms can be obtained from and then returned to the Community Centre.
The Annual Book Fair will take place again in the Community Centre in aid of Garden House Hospice
Come and pick up a bargain at the Festival’s Big Book Sale.
If you would like to donate books, in good condition only, please leave them in the box in the Community Centre coffee bar or, if you live on Clothall Common, phone Marilyn on 641663 and she will collect them from you.
Buy your bingo cards on the night and come and have a fun evening.
Bar will be open, proceeds to the Community Mini Bus