If you are visiting the Tring and Chilterns area, here are a few ways to make things enjoyable for everyone:

  • Respect our local communities
  • Buy your picnic food from our local shops
  • Park considerately 
  • Take home everything you bring, and most of all 
  • Have fun, and enjoy the beautiful views with family and friends.

We can meet six people outdoors, play some outdoor sports and travel outside our local area. It is REALLY important to remind you that most visitor facilities will still be closed and that many hotspots in the Chilterns area are likely to be very busy. Please plan ahead by booking all experiences. Please be considerate and avoid areas if they are very busy.

 

If you’re planning an event, let us know! We’re happy to publicise community events of all kinds – just email info@tring.gov.uk and we’ll add your details to this page.

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 go to What’s on at Ashridge.

Find out more about things to do throughout the Chilterns – visit Choose the Chilterns website, and if you’re visiting places in Hertfordshire, try the Visit Herts website.

To find out what’s on at the Court Theatre, Pendley, go to www.courttheatre.co.uk

Display at Tring Museum

Here’s a link to find out what’s on at the Natural History Museum, Tring.

We’ve also got our very own Local History museum – here’s the link to find out more: http://www.tringlocalhistorymuseum.org.uk

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.

 

May

Saturday 24th April to Saturday 15th May – Tring Together’s annual Spring Fayre:

follow the link to access the whole programme of events – real or virtual – for this much-loved three week Fayre

 

Shape up! A new Shape Up course starting in May this year and for the first time run in Tring at the Tring Leisure Centre. Shape Up is a free 12 week Male weight management course to help engage and educate males to lose weight and get healthy. The course is run by Watford FC Community Sports and Education Trust. Entry Criteria: Dacorum Resident, Male Aged 18-65, BMI of 30+. To sign up please visit: www.shapeupherts.com or contact Rhys on 01923 496391

 

June

July

Sunday 4th – Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare comes to Tring Memorial Garden. Presented by Drama Impact Theatre, a local theatre company, this production will celebrate the company’s return to this lovely setting after its successful production of Much Ado About Nothing in 2019. Tickets from £15 at https://dramaimpact.com

Friday 9th and Saturday 10th: Chilfest – something to definitely look forward to! Information and tickets available now, here on the chilfest website.

Sunday 11th: Tring Carnival – just a one day event is planned for this year. There will be no traditional parade through the town centre, but there will be a full programme of entertainments on Pound Meadow – details to follow.

Tring Living magazine also provides information about what’s going on in and around Tring: here