Digital News from The Gaddesden Society
Welcome to your new look Little Gaddesden Village Notices! The contents will be much as before, but the presentation has been sharpened up and made more attractive and easier to read ⏤ at least, those are our intentions. If you’ve got something of village interest that you would like to be included next time, please email Mandy Haynes at email@example.com.
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Our New Website
We’re pleased to say that The Gaddesden Society’s new website is now up and running at littlegaddesden.org.uk. We hope you find it both useful and usable, so feel free to have a look around. While the site is still new, the front page includes an Our New Website section containing an introduction to the new site’s contents and highlighting the principal changes from the old site. It also tells you how to report any glitches that you find.
Thursday 31st March – Gaddesden Society Talk, Village Hall 8.15pm
Jaipur Literary Festival
Postponed from 2020, we are pleased to welcome Terri Adams and Suzi Banerji of Little Gaddesden Book Club for their talk on the Jaipur Literary Festival. Terri and Suzi have kindly agreed to brush of their talk of their visit, harking back to a simpler time of travel and exploration!
Doors open: 8pm, talk commences 8.15pm
Entry fee £1 including cheese and wine
Saturday 2nd April – Village Produce Market, Village Hall – 9.30 to 12.30
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.
Free entry ….. and a very warm welcome
Celebrating the Queen’s 70 year reign
Most people are aware of the fantastic fun packed celebrations the village is organising in June. The main events will be held on the sports fields on the Sunday. Now here is the question.
There will be a very large marquee available for a village party on Saturday evening. It would seem a real shame not to use it. Who out there would be up for a party? Help would be needed to set up and clear up and probably the easiest option would be to get ‘street’ food sales option. Pay bar can be sorted.
Please message me if you think it would be a good idea, if you would come with friends and if you could help in any way.
Let’s throw off the covid blues and party.
Little Gaddesden Art Club & Jubilee Weekend
Draw or Paint a Picture of Our Queen!
Little Gaddesden Art Club are inviting all children in the village to draw or paint a picture of our Queen on A4 paper (no larger please). How do you see her: with a crown, without a crown, in a beautiful hat, riding her horse or with the family?
These will be displayed at the Art Club Summer Exhibition over the Jubilee weekend in the Village Hall.
A project for the Easter holidays, perhaps?
Please deliver these to Virginia Westmacott at 2 Hudnall Common NO LATER than FRIDAY 13th MAY.