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Want some help getting to grips with the latest computer technology? Visit Dacorum Communities for Learning at www.dcfl.org.uk to find inexpensive local courses on how to use your tablet or iPad, other IT skills and leisure pursuits such as sewing and baking.
To check out activities at College Lake, click on www.bbowt.org.uk
For events at the Ashridge Estate in 2017 go to What’s on at Ashridge.
Find out more about things to do throughout the Chilterns – visit Choose the Chilterns website.
To find out what’s on at the Court Theatre, Pendley, go to www.courttheatre.co.uk
Here’s a link to find out what’s on at the Natural History Museum, Tring.
Play Areas in Tring There is a well-equipped children’s play area at Mortimer Hill (on the field next to Tring School). There are also play areas at Sutton Close (off Wingrave Road), at Miswell Lane (access through gate by 86 Miswell Lane, or from Goldfield Road), and at Pond Close North – locally known as the ‘Spider Park’ (access via the Dolphin Square long stay car park or from Brook Street). For older children, there is a Skate Park on London Road, opposite Tesco.
Thursday 22nd – Tring Conservation Area Appraisal: an Exhibition will be open from 3pm-7pm to illustrate the proposed boundary changes to the Conservation Area and to allow discussion of the draft Conservation Area Appraisal. Officers from Dacorum Borough Council will be present to meet the public. Venue: Tring Town Council Chamber, 61 High Street, Tring HP23 4AB.
Thursday 22nd – “Mick Clarke Band” at Blues Bar Tring (Tring Park Cricket Club HP23 6HA). Doors and bar 7pm; band 8.30pm-11pm. Admission £6 on the door. For more information, visit http://www.bluesbartring.co.uk
Friday 23rd – Tring Cinema presents “Goodbye Christopher Robin” at the Nora Grace Hall. Doors open 8pm – film at 8.30pm. Tickets £7 from Beechwoods or http://www.tringcinema.com
Saturday 24th – Tring Choral Society Spring Concert at the Church of St Peter and St Paul. 7.30pm (doors open 6.45pm). The concert features works by Stanford, Parry, Wesley, Vaughan Williams, and Saint-Saens (Organ Symphony no.3 in C Minor) All tickets £12 (free to under 18s) – available from Beechwoods Fine Foods, Frogmore St., or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 24th – ‘Vintage Cinema’ at the Natural History Museum, Tring. 6.15pm Jumanji (PG – 1995), then at 8.15 – Batman Returns (15). All tickets £10. For more information, and to book tickets, visit vintage cinema
Monday 26th – “An evening of Flower Arranging and Fun!, with Miss Dorothy Wright (aka Neil Gurney)” This is the Tring Mayor’s Charity event, supporting Pepper and Macmillan Nurses. Tring Auction Rooms, Brook Street, Tring – doors open 7pm; the fun starts at 7.30pm. Tickets £8 from Tring Auctions, Beechwood Fine Foods, Neil Gurney, or Gerald and Gill Wilkins (01442 890257). There will be refreshments and a raffle!
Friday 13th – Tring Cinema presents “Murder on the Orient Express” at the Nora Grace Hall. Doors open 8pm – film at 8.30pm. Tickets £7 from Beechwoods or http://www.tringcinema.com
Saturday 14th – Herts Chamber Orchestra at the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Tring. Under the direction of Paul Barritt (who also features as solo violinist), the orchestra will perform Saint-Saens: Suite in D Op.49; Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending; Bottesini: Gran Duo Concertante; and Beethoven: Symphony No.1 in C. Tickets @ £15, available from the Rennie Grove shop in High Street, Tring, or phone 01442 820720. All proceeds to support the Rennie Grove charity.
Saturday 21st – Quiz Night – in aid of Chilterns Dog Rescue, at the Nora Grace Hall, Tring. 7.30pm – tables of 6 @ £12.50 per person – includes HOT food! For details, contact: 01296 623885, or e-mail: email@example.com, or visit the website: www.chilternsdogrescue.org.uk
Saturday 28th – Saturday 12th May – Tring Together’s Spring Fayre. The aim is to bring the local community together and promote well-being through healthy outdoor pursuits.
It will include guided nature and heritage walks, Tring Job Show, the New Moon Ceilidh in aid of Emmaus, FOTCH Family Fun Day, a Wedding Fayre with a difference and a Spring Photographic Competition, plus local sports club offers.
The showcase of the fortnight will be the launch day on Saturday 28th April 10am – 2pm, on Church Square, High Street, Tring – featuring the ‘Appreciating Animals Farm’ petting zoo, local charity stalls, music from BURP and the photo competition launch, plus Tring Farmers Market.
For more information visit http://www.tringtogether.org.uk or look out for the Spring Fayre brochure.
Saturday 28th – Spring Ceilidh/Barn Dance at Nora Grace Hall, Tring. Music by “Pickled Tink” 8pm-11pm. New Moon Morris will perform during the interval. Tickets £8.50 adults/ £4.50 5-16 years/ under 5s free. Bring your own drinks; snacks and soft drinks available from the ‘Little Red Coffee Van’. Tickets available from Beechwoods in Frogmore St, or on line at: www.tringtogether.org.uk
Saturday 5th – Summer Concert presented by the Chiltern Sinfonietta, conductor David Moore. St Peter & St Paul Church, Tring HP23 5AE. Programme of Elgar, Haydn and Mendelssohn. Admission free with retiring collection in aid of the church. Call 07771 8220768 for further information or visit http://www.chilternsinfonietta.com
Saturday 12th – Family Fun Day – Friends of Tring Church Heritage present their annual extravaganza! 10am to 4pm, in and around the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Tring
Saturday 12th – Tring Together’s “Tring Job Show”. at The Nora Grace Hall, Faversham Close, Tring. The Job Show is becoming a regular feature of the Spring Fayre with many people hoping to spring clean their careers. Many local exhibitors, a CV clinic, and useful workshops – and all for free. For more information visit www.tringtogether.org.uk
Thursday 17th – Sunday 20th: “Rhythm and Brews”. Blues Bar Tring at Tring Park Cricket Club. Thursday: ‘Storm Warning’. Friday: ‘Three Bar Fire’. Saturday: ‘John Verity’. Sunday: ‘ Sweetcornbread’. Tickets and more information: http://www.bluesbartring.co.uk or www.tringcricket.co.uk
Friday 18th – “Keep Calm and Quiz” – The Biggest Brain Quiz is back! Get a group together, and join the Quiz of the Year at Nora Grace Hall, Tring at 8pm. £6 a head, or a table of 8 for £40. Bar on site, and snacks provided. Book with Trish@tringtogether.org.uk
Friday 25th – Tring Cinema presents “Call me by your name” at the Nora Grace Hall. Doors open 8pm – film at 8.30pm. Tickets £7 from Beechwoods or http://www.tringcinema.com
Saturday 9th – The Blockheads at the Court Theatre. Performing a wide selection of their classic songs spanning 5 decades. Tickets £22 in advance. Doors open 7.30pm. Support starts at 8pm. Get tickets in person at Beechwood Fine Foods, 42 Frogmore Street, Tring HP23 5AU (cash/cheque only), or online at http://www.courttheatre.co.uk
Sunday 17th – Marsworth Steam and Classic Car Rally! Entry £5 (children £3) The perfect Fathers’ Day Out. For more information, go to the website: http://www.marsworthsteamrally.co.uk
Friday 29th – Tring Cinema presents “Battle of the sexes” at the Nora Grace Hall. Doors open 8pm – film at 8.30pm. Tickets £7 from Beechwoods or http://www.tringcinema.com
Monday 2nd – “Flicks and Footlights” – a special performance at Tring Park School for the Performing Arts. Senior Dance Show 2018: 6.30, for 7.30pm. Tickets £15, inclusive of wine and canapes – all in support of Friends of Tring Church Heritage – available from: Helen Dunford (01442 891377), Annette Reynolds (01296 662326) or Grahame Senior (01442 822770)
Friday 13th – Tring Cinema presents an outdoor screening of “Ferris Beuler’s Day Off” at the Nora Grace Hall. Doors open 8pm – film at 8.30pm. Tickets £7 from Beechwoods or http://www.tringcinema.com
Friday 10th – Tring Cinema presents an outdoor screening of “Thelma and Louise” at the Nora Grace Hall. Doors open 8pm – film at 8.30pm. Tickets £7 from Beechwoods or http://www.tringcinema.com