Come and try this authentic cuisine for a taste of Africa!
Your ticket includes a welcome drink of Prosecco. Booking is essential.
Light Lunches from 12pm to 1.30pm at St Mary’s Church Hall.
Ploughmans style lunches (including a pudding) for £5 per person.
All proceeds go to local charities.
Messy Church is about having fun with all the family! Join us for a delicious lunch of chicken pasta bake (vegetarian option available) followed by trifle.
The theme is “pray, pray, pray!” and there will be craft, activities and games around the church including a short service.
There is no charge to join in, but donations are welcome.
BALDOCK IRISH FESTIVAL
Sunday … Beer fest (3 to 5 pm ) and Templars ( 8 to … ) Bank Holiday Monday Baldock High Street, SG7 6AX. 12.30-9.00pm
The Fleadh (festival) day will start at noon with musicians
gathering at The Boot for vouchers, and continuing at The Cock, The Boot
and The White Lion ( and maybe Templars if numbers allow ) all
afternoon. There will be Irish Dancing from 4 pm up and down the venues …
listen for the tapping feet!
Keep an eye on the festival website for more details.
Any queries, requests to play or help with accommodation please contact Brian Burke on 07768 274037.
Come along and try your hand at bowls. There will be people from the club on hand to give you coaching. You are asked to wear flat shoes to protect the greens. Tea and biscuits will be available in the pavilion afterwards and the bar will be open.
For more information phone Brian on 01462 672361.
Come along and try out the fastest growing sport in the country. Netball!!! All ages and abilities welcome so come and see what it’s all about.
All you need is your trainers and a sense of fun!
A nail-biting match will be played between Baldock Cricket Club and the Orange Tree All Stars (plus special guests), with coaching available at the nets if you want to give batting or bowling a try.
Just turn up and play!
Meet outside Baldock Community Centre at 2:15pm for a 2:30pm.
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.
It is accessible to most mobility scooters; possibly too much traffic for small children and dogs.
This walk also takes place on May 9 and 12: please see details for times.
Tickets must be purchased before the event as numbers are limited.
Formed by Ray & Ian, former members of Maxwell, Hammer & Smith and joined by the fantastic vocals and exceptional keyboard skills of miss Lily Norman, who has been gigging professionally for a number of years, as an accomplished, solo artist, the rhythm section is completed with the bass playing from Mark Stier.
The band cover songs from the sixties right bang up to date, from Abba, Beatles, Eagles to the rock of AC/DC, Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, and even Justin Timberlake. As with the MHS band, Joyrider have 3 vocalists: 2 male and 1 female and specialize in tight 3 part and 4 part harmony which gives the band a big full sound.
Two tours will take you up the Tower at 7.30pm and 8:15pm.
Both are followed by refreshments and entertainment at Baldock Library from 8.30pm and after a talk on “The medical and Christian history” of Baldock, given by Sarah Hoskins a Christian Doctor who lives in Baldock.
This event is being organized by Christchurch Baldock. There will also be a display of medieval artifacts and live “old English” music.
Please wear sensible shoes
Contact: Helen Romain 07507 771384 for more information.
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 space is small, tickets are limited to 12.
There is no charge but you must pick up a ticket from the Community Centre.
Local teacher and musician, Mike O’Neill, leads his big band, a community ensemble of players from the area, in a vibrant programme of swing and jazz.
There will be a pay bar and complimentary canapés. All proceeds go towards the next phase of the church restoration.
Weather permitting. Sensible footwear essential.
A chance to see Baldock from a different viewpoint! Refreshments available at the back of church.
Children must be over eight years of age and if under 16 years, must be accompanied by a responsible adult.