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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
This year sees the 9th holding of the Baldock Fleadh (or Irish Festival) now a fixture on many a trad musicians calendar It will start at the tale end of the BALDOCK BEER FESTIVAL in the beer tent with a drink up session between 3/5 pm on Sunday afternoon The welcome session follows at 8.00pm at Templars in the high street ( special rates for musicians staying that night )
Monday. 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 or
help with accommodation please contact Brian Burke on 07768 274037.
Meet the Brewer, an evening with Ian Jackson, Charles Well’s Master Brewer who will talk you through the history of the Ale World with tastings on from both Charles Wells and local independent Brewers that we have worked with over the many years of crafting our distinctive tasty Ales. The evening will be comprised of tasting a selection of Ales and accompanying nibbles devised by our Head Chef, Dan Jones.
Please arrive by 19:45pm
A culinary masterclass in fresh tasty cuisine with our Head Chef Dan Jones. A two course supper evening with Head chef Dan giving a talk on all the dishes and talking you through what it takes to create them. All guests on top of the course will receive the menu, ingredients list and cookery guideline so they can give it a go at home. There will be a vegetarian option available.
Please arrive for 6:15pm
We have all looked up at the night sky and marvelled at the stars and the moon swirling above us. Some of us may have used binoculars or a telescope to look in more detail.
But how many of us have looked at the sun?
Not very many………..Why?
Well, it’s very bright, hurts your eyes, and if you put a lens in the way will burn and start fires! It’s dangerous!
Letchworth and District Astronomical Society (LDAS) in conjunction with The Baldock Festival have organised a solar viewing day to change this!
Come along between12:00 and 16:00 when there will be specialist equipment and members of LDAS available to let you look at the sun safely and join the small group of people who have observed the sun!