In Today’s Notices:
- Thursday 13, Friday 14 and Saturday 15 October, Little Gaddesden Drama Club: Waiting for God – Village Hall, doors open 7:15pm
- Saturday 15 October – Terry Douris’ Surgery, Bridgewater Arms 10am to 10.30am
- Thursday 27 October – Gaddesden Society Film Night showing “Top Gun”, Village Hall, doors open 7.30pm
- Saturday 5 November – Village Produce Market, Village Hall, 9.30am to 12.00
- Friday 18 November – Little Gaddesden Folk, Roots & Blues Night, Village Hall, doors open 7pm
- Parish Council News: Formal application submitted for antenna at Ringshall
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Thursday 13, Friday 14 and Saturday 15 October, Village Hall 8pm – Little Gaddesden Drama Club: Waiting for God
Last Few Tickets Available!
There’s just a handful of tickets left – at the time of writing on Tuesday – for Little Gaddesden Drama Club’s latest production:
Waiting for God
a comedy by Michael Aitkens
Michael Aitkens’ Waiting for God, definitely not to be confused with Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, it is a sharply funny play. Michael Aitkens originally created Waiting for God as a sitcom for the BBC. It was very successful and ran for five series in the 1990s. However, Aitkens had originally imagined it as a stage play and that finally happened in 2017 when this spin off toured the UK. Asked whether you need to be a fan of the original TV series to enjoy the new play Aitkens replied, “No, it’s totally new. It’s a sort of love story using the same characters in the same location. They’re recognisable, but no, it’ll appeal to anybody – especially if you’ve had to cope with being over 50!”
Thursday 13, Friday 14 and Saturday 15 October 2022
Little Gaddesden Village Hall, HP4 1NX.
(Doors and licensed bar open 7:15pm; curtain up at 8pm).
Tickets £15.00 when booked online on our website (this is the cheapest way to buy tickets) or by phone on 0333 666 3366 (phone bookings attract a £2.00 booking fee).
Saturday 15 October – Terry Douris’ Surgery, Bridgewater Arms 10am to 10.30am
Local Councillor, Terry Douris, will be holding a surgery at the Bridgewater Arms between 10am and 10.30 am for any villagers wishing to discuss local issues with him.
Thursday 27 October – Gaddesden Society Film Night, Village Hall – Doors open 7.30pm, Lights Down 8.15pm
Join us for a showing of the iconic film “Top Gun” from 1986 starring Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis. More details at Gaddesden Society Film Nights.
Everyone welcome: £5 entry fee payable on the door, includes a glass of wine or a soft drink. Cash or card.
Saturday 5 November – Village Produce Market, Village Hall – 9.30am to 12.30pm
Lots of lovely varied local produce, crafts, bric a brac, plants, candles, and not forgetting the bargain breakfast baps with a cuppa for just £3.
Friday 18 November – Village Hall – Little Gaddesden Folk, Roots & Blues – Doors Open 7.00pm
Live at the Village Hall an evening with John Smith and Katherine Priddy.
Tickets £16 – www.wegottickets.com/lgfolkclub – but hurry: nearly all gone at the time of writing (Tuesday)!
Fully stocked Tring Brewery Bar & pizza oven
Supporting the Village School
Parish Council News
Formal application submitted for antenna at Ringshall
The Parish Clerk reports:
A planning application has now been made by Clarke Telecom Ltd to Buckinghamshire Council for an antenna and cabinets to replace the existing ones at the junction of Little Gaddesden and the Dagnall to Berkhamsted road at Ringshall. The planning application number is 22/03422/ATN. Buckinghamshire Council’s letter states that provided the application meets the requirements of the Town and Country Planning
(General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 the applicants can proceed with their proposal if within 8 weeks the Council has not sought further information from the applicant. Please see the letter linked below from the Council.
The proposal is described as ‘Decommissioning of existing antennas on LP37 and installation of a replacement 15m monopole, supporting 3 no antennas within a shroud, addition of 1 no cabinet together with ancillary development thereto including removal of redundant equipment. Land At Ringshall Road Dagnall Buckinghamshire. Drawings are linked below.
The Parish Council suggest that you may wish to respond direct to Buckinghamshire Council and copy in the LG Parish Council with your comments. Although the application falls within the Parish of Edlesborough, since it is Little Gaddesden’s and Ringshall’s residents who will be impacted the Parish Council will be preparing a full response shortly.
Original post on Little Gaddesden Parish Council’s website.
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