Try out your sewing skills by making a reversible bag in their Bag-Making Workshop.
Cost includes all materials and each session is limited to 5 people.
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.
(see also Friday 03 May and Sunday 05 May)
This year’s 12th Baldock Independent Beer festival will bring live music on Friday evening from 5pm, all day Saturday and 12noon until close at 8pm on Sunday. Over 80 local and national real ales, 40 ciders and a large selection of continental draught beers and lagers. All complemented by a seperate posecco, wine and Pinkster Gin bar and a wide range of hot, cold, vegatarian and barbecued food with plenty of sweets, soft drinks, ice cream and free activities, including fun games and challenges to entertain the children during Saturday and Sunday. For more information, including band and beer lists, see the website www.baldockbeerfestival.org. Any surplus made during this event is donated back to local causes see the website of Baldock beer festival facebook for more details.
Meet at the corner of Limkiln Lane & South Road. 1:45pm for a 2:00pm start
The walk will follow the ancient Maltman’s Way, pointing out the historical landscape and touching on farming and the wool trade.
It will finish in Clothall Church with its medieval ‘bird window’ and inscriptions.
The walk is about 3½ miles and includes some steep ground and stiles; there is no shelter along the route.
Not suitable for small children, buggies or dogs.
Allow 2½ – 3 hours.
All proceeds will be donated to Clothall Church Restoration Appeal.
This walk also takes place on Sunday 12 May at 2.15pm.
Baldock and Clothall WI are providing a traditional homemade Champagne Afternoon Tea. Please ensure you arrive by 2pm, you will then have your table until 4pm. This gives you plenty of time to chat and enjoy your tea.
You will be served tea or coffee, plus a glass of champagne, followed by sandwiches with a variety of fillings, including vegetarian, freshly baked scones with jam and clotted cream plus a selection of cakes.
We are unable to cater for specialist diets.
This year’s play has been written by one of our own members of Baldock Town Twinning who are organising this event.
In recognition of the centenary of the end of the Great War, this play is a tribute to those who had to rebuild life in Hertfordshire after the war.
Set in a North Herts town in 1919…….could it be Baldock? The trauma of rebuilding their lives presents numerous problems resulting in a murder within the family of the local gentry.
As usual Dinner will be served during the interval, but please bring along your own nibbles for the evening.
The ticket 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 and a raffle.
Come and join us for an evening of nourishment and entertainment written by one of our own.