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St Mary’s Church Tower. 7.30-9.00pm. Meeting by Peter’s Door at the foot of the tower to the left of the main door.
If you have ever fancied having a go at bell-ringing or wondered how it was done, this evening will give you the chance to find out. Access is fairly challenging—there are 44 worn steps in the spiral staircase, so appropriate footwear should be worn. No previous bell-ring experience is necessary.
Because the space is small, tickets are limited to 12. There is no charge but you must pick up a ticket from the Community Centre.
Mike O’Neill, who taught piano and jazz at Knights Templar School for more than 20 years, leads his big band, ‘The Mobb’, an ensemble of local players, in a programme of swing and jazz, featuring music from the movies.
Do come and join us and help us to raise funds for the next phase of the restoration. Pay bar and complimentary canapes.
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 8 and 15.
7.30pm for 8.00pm start
A tasting of 6 rare and unusual whiskies that are not usually available to the public. These will be incredible whiskies and the ticket price reflects this.
Bring your boots, you’ll be walking home too!
Strictly for over 18s only. Attendees are advised to eat before attending and not to drive after the event.
Sponsored by Diageo.
Children must be over eight years of age and, if under 16 years, must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Sensible footwear must be worn. All proceeds to Church Restoration Funds. The main area of the church will also be open for free for people to look round.
Subject to weather there may also be additional events taking place – see facebook.com/StMaryTheVirginBaldock for more info.
There will be a number of History Tours of the Church. There will be 2 tours one at 11am and one at 3pm.
The CWGQ is a group of around twenty-five singers and instrumentalists, performing the distinctive psalms, hymns, anthems and carols that were sung in the west galleries of English country churches in the 18th and early 19th centuries.
Cream teas and Pimms (and other refreshments)