Watford area events


Some events, societies and places to visit in and around Watford, Hertfordshire
Music, shows, talks, history, museums, parks, open gardens, et cetera

Selected local events / Local organisations / Places to visit / Notes and other information

Venues with more local events
Bushey Museum & Art Gallery   Reveley Lodge, Bushey   Watersmeet, Rickmansworth   Watford Colosseum   Watford Museum   Watford Palace Theatre   Watford Pump House

31 Mar – 27 Oct 2024, 10am-5pm

Cassiobury Farm Open Day  –  A sort of zoo with many, generally smaller animals including rare breeds  –  Cassiobury Farm & Fishery, Watford WD3 3GD  –  £16 (over 16 years old), £14 (OAP & Blue Badge), £12 (2-16 years old)  –  See the website for tickets etc. Dates open in 2024: 31 March, 1 April, 28 July, 11 & 26 August, 27 October  –  Link

9 June & 11 Aug 2024
Sunday, 2:00-4:00pm
St Albans

Open garden  –  The 2-acre "hidden garden" of the Bishop of St Albans  –  Abbey Gate House, Abbey Mill Lane, St Albans AL3 4HD  –  £5; children free  –  In aid of Beds and Herts Historic Churches Trust  –  Link

1 Jul – 4 Aug 2024

Watford Fringe Festival 2024  –  A wide variety of events; also an art exhibition  –  Various venues  –  Various prices  –  See the website for details  –  Link1 & Link2

6 & 20 July 2024
Saturday, 12 noon

Saturday Recitals  –  A series of recitals, each lasting about 45 minutes  –  6 Jul; The North London Military Wives; 20 Jul: David Price (organ)  –  St James's Church, High Street, Bushey  –  Free entry; donations welcome  –  Starting time is 12:30pm on 22 June  –  Link

13 July 2024
Saturday, 10am-4pm

Wild Fest 2024  –  A host of activities, local conservation groups and arts and crafts  –  Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust  –  Cassiobury Park  –  See the website for the programme of activities  –  Link

13 July 2024
Saturday, 7:30pm

Concert  –  Rimsky-Korsakov (Capriccio Español), Rachmaninoff (Piano Concerto no. 2), Rimsky-Korsakov (Scheherezade)  –  Audentior Symphony Orchestra  –  Clarendon Muse, Watford School of Music, Rickmansworth Road, Watford (entrance in Shepherds Road)  –  £15; concessions £10 (under-10s, over-65s and students with valid student ID)  –  Link

14 July 2024
Sunday, 7:30pm
Abbots Langley

Summer Concert  –  Rossini (Overture to The Thieving Magpie), Strauss (Wind Serenade), Mozart (Violin Concerto No.5), Tchaikovsky (Symphony No.4)  –  Abbots Langley Orchestra  –  Abbots Langley Community Centre, Gallows Hill Lane, Abbots Langley  –  £12; under-18s free  –  Link

21 July 2024
Sunday, 2:00-2:45pm

Music by "Wind In The Bellows"  –  An eclectic selection of music from around the world  –  Simon Peachey (flute) and David Silver (accordion)  –  Pump House Theatre and Arts Centre, Lower Board Road, Watford  –  Free  –  Link

27 July 2024
Saturday, 2:00-5:00pm

Performing opportunity for musicians and singers  –  Solo or ensembles; classical or light music of any era, including your own compositions  –  Eternal Chord  –  Watford Quaker Meeting House, 150 Church Road, Watford WD17 4QB  –  Performers: adult £5, under-18 £3. Audience free  –  Contact the organiser, David Silver (eternalchord@gmail.com). Piano available

8 September 2024
Sunday, 3:00pm

Sunday recital  –  Christina Birchall-Sampson (soprano), Natalie Bleicher (piano)  –  St Luke's Church, Langley Way, Watford WD17 3EG  –  Free; donations welcome  –  A short recital, followed by light refreshments. All welcome  –  Tel: 01923 246161  –  Link

15 September 2024
Sunday, 3:00pm

Sunday recital  –  Mary Culloty O'Sullivan (soprano)  –  St Luke's Church, Langley Way, Watford WD17 3EG  –  Free; donations welcome  –  A short recital, followed by light refreshments. All welcome  –  Tel: 01923 246161  –  Link

13 October 2024
Sunday, 3:00pm

Sunday recital  –  Barber (Hermit Songs)  –  Miranda Westcott (mezzo-soprano), Mark Packwood (piano)  –  St Luke's Church, Langley Way, Watford WD17 3EG  –  Free; donations welcome  –  Change of date. A short recital, followed by light refreshments. All welcome  –  Tel: 01923 246161  –  Link

13 October 2024
Sunday, 3:00pm

Sunday recital  –  Miramda Westcott (mezzo-soprano)  –  St Luke's Church, Langley Way, Watford WD17 3EG  –  Free; donations welcome  –  A short recital, followed by light refreshments. All welcome  –  Tel: 01923 246161  –  Link

8 November 2024
Friday, tbc

Recital  –  Susie Renshaw - Piano Quintet  –  St Luke's Church, Langley Way, Watford WD17 3EG  –  Free; donations welcome  –  A short recital, followed by light refreshments. All welcome  –  Tel: 01923 246161  –  Link

30 November 2024
Saturday, 7:30pm

Concert - a Bohemian Rhapsody  –  Dvořák (Violin Concerto; Czech Suite), Smetana (Ma Vlast)  –  Watford Symphony Orchestra  –  St Luke's Church, Langley Way, Watford WD17 3EG  –  £18, under-18s free with an adult  –  07925 749928  –  Link

1 March 2025
Saturday, 7:30pm

Concert  –  Beethoven (Coriolan Overture), Haydn (Trumpet Concerto), Veethoven (Symphony no. 3)  –  Watford Symphony Orchestra  –  St Luke's Church, Langley Way, Watford WD17 3EG  –  £18, under-18s free with an adult  –  07925 749928  –  Link

10 May 2025
Saturday, 7:30pm

Concert  –  Schumann (Genoveva Orchestra), Rachmaninov (Paganini Variations), Brahms (Symphony no. 1)  –  Watford Symphony Orchestra  –  St Luke's Church, Langley Way, Watford WD17 3EG  –  £18, under-18s free with an adult  –  07925 749928  –  Link

6 July 2025
Sunday, 7:30pm

Family Concert  –  Watford Symphony Orchestra  –  St Luke's Church, Langley Way, Watford WD17 3EG  –  £18, under-18s free with an adult  –  Details to be announced  –  07925 749928  –  Link

Some local organisations
Abbots Langley Gilbert & Sullivan Society

Abbots Langley Local History Society

websiteProgramme of monthly talks from about September to May
Abbots Langley Orchestra

websiteConcerts given in churches in Abbots Langley
Abbots Langley Players

Abbots Langley Singers

Book Trade Charity (BTBS)

websiteSales of new books at low prices about five times a year
Bovingdon Players

Bushey & District Footpaths Association

websiteMonthly walks of various lengths
Bushey and District U3A

websiteOffers a wide variety of study groups for those no longer in full-time work
Bushey Festival

Bushey Symphony Orchestra

Carillon Chamber Choir

websiteBased in St Albans, the choir has a large repertoire of sacred and secular, ancient and modern music
Cassio Operatic Society

Cassiobury and nearby Community Choir (CanCC)

(No site found)For anyone of any musical ability, at St Luke's Church, Watford. Contact: 01923 246161
The Centralian Players

websiteWatford-based drama group established in 1933
The Chiltern Choir

Chipperfield Choral Society

Chorleywood Choral Society

Croxley Green History Project

Folk at the Pump House

websiteFolk and roots music every Friday night in the Colne River Room, 8-10.30pm
Folly's Farm Sanctuary for Donkeys

websiteOpen on Sundays, 2-4:30pm, May to September: c/o 2 Nursery Terrace, Potten End, Berkhamsted. Tel: 01442 871158
Friends of Bushey Museum

websiteSee also, under Places to Visit, the entry for Bushey Museum and Art Gallery
Friends of Cassiobury Park

websiteOpportunities for volunteers to help look after the park, and a talk once a year
Friends of Croxley Common Moor

websiteSecretary: 01923 251157
Friends of Croxley Great Barn

websiteAn organisation that seeks to protect Croxley Great Barn, which is more than 600 years old
Friends of Harebreaks Wood

websiteHarebreaks Wood is the only area of ancient woodland in urban Watford to which there is public access
Friends of Oxhey Park

websiteThe website has historical information and photographs
Friends of Watersmeet

websiteAlso: Friends of Watersmeet Film Society. Watersmeet is in the centre of Rickmansworth
Friends of Watford Pond

Haddenham Ceilidhs and Concerts

websiteMonthly ceilidhs and folk concerts
Hemel Hempstead Singers

Hertfordshire Building Preservation Trust

Hertfordshire Early Dance

websiteFounded in 2002 for those interested in the dances and music of earlier times. Meetings in St Albans
The International Organ Festival at St Albans

websiteAn annual festival, from the 9th to the 18th of July in 2009. Also monthly organ concerts from October to April
Kings Langley Community Choir

Kings Langley Local History & Museum Society

websiteMonthly talks, September-March, and other activities
Kings Langley Musical Theatre Company

websiteFormerly the Kings Langley Light Opera Company
Kings Langley Players

Maple Lodge Conservation Society

websiteThe society looks after Maple Lodge, a private 40-acre nature reserve leased from Thames Water and normally open only to members
Mosaic Chamber Choir

websiteA choir with a wide-ranging repertoire and with singers based in and around St Albans
National Council for the Conservation of Plants & Gardens: Herts & Beds Group

websiteEvents are listed on their website, along with other information
North Watford History Group

websiteAn organisation established in February 2008 and run by local residents
Octagon Music Society

websitePresents a series of classical chamber music concerts at the Clarendon Muse
Oxhey Village Environment Group

websiteSeveral outdoor events in the summer, and some talks in the winter
The Phoenix Concert Band

websiteBased in Radlett, the band plays "a wide variety of concert band and film music to a high musical standard"
Phoenix Mandolins

websiteFormed in February 2020 as a merger of Hatfield Banjo Mandolin Guitar Group and Watford Plectra Orchestra
Pump House Theatre & Arts Centre

websiteVarious groups put on plays and musicals at this small theatre
The Purcell School

websiteFree lunchtime concerts take place on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 12:20pm. Contact the Concerts Office (01923 331138) on the day to check that the concert is taking place
Radlett Choir

websiteFormerly Radlett Choral Society
Radlett Light Opera Society

Radlett Music Club

websitePresents a series of six classical chamber music concerts between October and April at the Radlett Centre
Rebuild the Iconic 'Cassiobury Park Gates'

websiteA campaign to rebuild Cassiobury Park gatehouse (built 1800, demolished 1970)
Revue Variety Co. [Kings Langley]

Rickmansworth Decorative and Fine Arts Society

websiteMonthly lectures on Tuesday mornings at Sarratt Village Hall. Donation at the door (£5 suggested)
Rickmansworth Historical Society

websiteThe society has a programme of lectures
Rickmansworth Players

websiteAnuual productions are usually a play at the Pump House, Watford and a musical at Watersmeet, Rickmansworth
Sarratt Festival of Music

websiteTakes place over the last two weekends of September
South West Herts Archaelogical and Historical Society

websiteProgramme of talks in the winter and outings by coach in the summer
South West Herts Astronomical Society

South West Herts Narrowboat Project

websiteProvides a 12-berth narrowboat for use by all community and youth groups: Dick's Folly, moored in Old Mill Road, Hunton Bridge
South West Herts U3A

websiteOffers a wide variety of study groups for those no longer in full-time work
Spokes: South West Herts Cycling Group

websiteRides of various lengths. Occasional talks and social events
St Albans & District Model Engineering Society

websiteModel engineering and related activities which include model locomotives, garden railways, traction engines, stationary engines, model boats, yachts, barges and general engineering and technical subjects
The St Albans and Hertfordshire Architectural and Archaeological Society

St Albans Bach Choir

St Albans Chamber Choir

websiteFounded in 1958, the choir has several concerts each year
St Albans Chamber Opera

websiteAn annual production at the Abbey Theatre in the spring is supplemented with studio performances, concerts and workshops in a variety of unusual and attractive venues
St Albans Choral Society

St Albans Morris Men

websiteDances in many places in the area, accompanied by musicians on accordion, melodeon, three-hole pipe and tabor
St James' Music & Drama Society

websiteAmateur drama group based at Falconer Hall, Bushey
Three Rivers Music Society

websiteConcerts in Rickmansworth
Tring Park School for the Performing Arts

websiteStudents perform drama and musical theatre shows, often at the adjoining Markova Theatre, some of which are open to the public
Watford & District Industrial History Society

websiteProgramme of talks in the winter and outings by coach in the summer
Watford & District U3A

websiteOffers a wide variety of study groups for those no longer in full-time work
Watford & West Herts Scottish Society

websiteVarious social activities and weekly Scottish country dance classes
Watford and Bushey Art Society

websiteProgramme of talks. Occasional exhibitions of members' work
Watford Area Humanists

websiteA humanist/atheist/secular group with monthly discussion meetings. Tel: 01923 228121
Watford Association of Magicians

Watford Band

websiteOne of Hertfordshire's oldest brass bands, started in 1894
Watford Community Orchestra

websiteA group of orchestral musicians playing easier music for beginners and improvers
Watford Dance Festival

websiteAn annual event with competitions for various age groups, for character, classical, modern, national and tap dancing
Watford Festival of Music, Speech and Drama

websiteA wide range of competitions each spring for various age groups
Watford Folk Club

websiteA folk music club that meets at the Pump House, Lower Board Road, Watford WD17 2JP
Watford Folk Dance Group

(No site found)English country dancing on Monday evenings. Tel: 01923 233371 or 672341
Watford Organ and Keyboard Club

websiteMonthly concerts for members and visitors at Henderson Hall, Abbots Langley
Watford Palace Theatre

Watford Park U3A

websiteOffers a wide variety of study groups for those no longer in full-time work
Watford Philharmonic Society

Watford Phoenix Choir

websiteFormerly Watford Palace Theatre Community Choir. Open to all ages and abilities
Watford Plectra Orchestra

01923 461785A small amateur club of musicians of varying abilities playing mainly fretted stringed instruments such as mandolin, mandola and guitar. See also www.banjomandolinguitar.org/orchestras.htm
Watford Speakers

websiteAmateur public speaking club; part of Toastmasters International. Tel: 07749 501190
Watford Symphony Orchestra

Watford Youth Sinfonia

(No site found)Occasional concerts still planned, although the website has closed
Watford-Novgorod Friendship Society

West Watford History Group


Some places to visit, over a wider area around Watford
The 1940s House, Bushey

websiteAn exhibition at Lincolnsfields Children's Centre of a typical interior for a house in the 1940s. Open on the last Sunday of every month, 10.30am - 4pm. There is a charge for entry
Aberford Park, Borehamwood

websiteIn the centre of Borehamwood by Brook Road, the park has lakes, fountains and play and sport activities
Aldenham Country Park, Elstree

websiteWoodland, meadows and reservoir covering 175 acres. Sailing, fishing. Farm with rare breeds of cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, shire horses, poultry, rabbits. Free entrance for pedestrians and cyclists. Car park. Dagger Lane, Elstree
Amersham Fair Organ Museum, Amersham

websiteFormerly the Teddy Reed Collection, at Unit 1, 28 Plantation Road, Amersham. Open only a few days in the year - tel: 01494 433948 or 07763 774279
Amersham Museum, Amersham

websiteOpen mostly from May to September on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday afternoons, 2-4.30pm - tel: 01494 723700
The Aquadrome, Rickmansworth

websiteA nature reserve with three lakes, grassland and woodland covering 100 acres. Fishing, sailing, watersports. Frogmoor Lane, off Harefield Road, Rickmansworth - tel: 01923 776611
Ashridge Estate, between Aylesbury and Hemel Hempstead

websiteOver 5,000 acres of woodlands, commons and downland with waymarked trails - tel: 01442 755557 / 851227
Attenborough's Fields, Oxhey

(No site found)Pasture and trees, adjoining Merry Hill and Oxhey Green. Sometimes known as Haydon Hill pastures and pond. Owned by Hertfordshire County Council
Bekonscot Model Village, Beaconsfield

websiteA model landscape with gardens, about six villages and a model railway - tel: 01494 672919
Bentley Priory Museum, Stanmore

websiteFor opening times etc, see the website
Berkhamsted Castle (ruin), Berkhamsted

websiteThe remains of one of the oldest motte and bailey castles in Britain - tel: 01442 871737
Bushey Museum and Art Gallery, Bushey

websiteA museum and art gallery run by volunteers, with special exhibitions from time to time
Cassiobury Farm [zoo], Watford

websiteA zoo with some rare breeds. Open occasionally, so see website for dates
Cassiobury Park, Watford

websiteThe largest public open space in Watford - over 190 acres
Chenies Manor House and Gardens, Chenies

websiteOpen on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Bank Holiday Mondays, 2-5pm, from April to October. Some special events including an annual plant fair - tel: 01494 762888
Cheslyn Garden, Watford

websiteCheslyn Garden, in Nascot Wood Road, Watford, is free to visit and open every day except Christmas Day and Boxing Day
Chiltern Open Air Museum, Chalfont St Giles

websiteMore than 30 rescued historic buildings. Open usually from late March to late October. Also special events. At Newland Park, Gorelands Lane, Chalfont St Giles, Bucks. - tel: 01494 872163
Chorleywood Community Orchard, Chorleywood

websiteAn orchard, started in 2009, for local and other unusual varieties of apple tree, and plum, cherry and pear trees
Chorleywood House Estate, Chorleywood

websiteFormal parkland, grassland, open meadows and mature woodland covering 168 acres and leading down to the banks of the River Chess
The Clock Tower, St Albans

websiteA rare, mediaeval clock tower in the centre of St Albans. Open Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays from Easter to mid-September. 93 steps to the top for a good view on a clear day
Colne Valley Regional Park, Colne Valley

websiteA mosaic of farmland, woodland and water, with fifty miles of river and canal and over forty lakes. Much is privately owned but large areas are open to the public or accessible through a network of paths. There is a visitors' centre in Denham Country Park
Croxley Common Moor, Croxley Green

websiteA nature reserve of over 100 acres, with over 130 types of plant. It borders the Grand Union Canal
Croxley Great Barn, Croxley Green

01923 772325Croxley Great Barn is more than 600 years old. It can be visited on the last Saturday of each month by arrangement. See also: Friends of Croxley Great Barn
The de Havilland Aircraft Heritage Centre, London Colney

websiteIncorporating the Mosquito Aircraft Museum. Next to Salisbury Hall in London Colney, south of St Albans - tel: 01727 822051
The Gardens of the Rose, Chiswell Green, St Albans

websiteOwned by the Royal National Rose Society. Open c. 5 June - 27 Sept. Entry charge of about £5 (free for accompanied children under 16) - tel: 01727 850461 or 0845 833 4344
Gorhambury House, St Albans

websiteLarge neo-Palladian house built 1777-84. Open on Thursday afternoons from May to September, but book before arriving - tel: 01727 854051 or 0871 716 1940
Harebreaks Wood, Watford

(No site found)One of the last remaining local woodlands. Further information from Watford Borough Council on 01923 278558. See also: Friends of Harebreaks Wood
Heath Robinson Museum, Pinner

websiteAn exhibition of the work of the artist, William Heath Robinson, in West House, Pinner Memorial Park. This new museum might be open by the summer of 2009
Ivinghoe Beacon, Ivinghoe

(No site found)A hill in the Chilterns, reaching over 800 feet above sea level
Langleybury Children's Farm, Langleybury

websiteSee website for opening times etc
Leavesden Country Park, Abbots Langley

websiteCollege Road, Abbots Langley, Herts.
Lincolnsfields Children's Centre, Bushey

websiteA collection of WW2 buildings, with exhibitions and a small farmyard. There are occasional special events. At Bushey Hall Drive, Bushey, Herts. See also: The 1940s House
Merry Hill, Bushey

websiteWoodland, pasture and grassland of more than 180 acres, managed by the Woodland Trust
Milton's Cottage, Chalfont St Giles

websiteOnce the home of the poet John Milton, it is now a museum of his work and times - tel: 01494 872313
Moor Park Mansion, Moor Park

websiteA magnificent mansion, built in 1720 in the Palladian style. Guided tours, starting between 10am and 11am, are on certain dates between April and October
Museum of St Albans, St Albans

websiteA museum in Hatfield Road, St Albans. Open almost every day, with free entry. There is also a small wildlife garden
National Trust - Watford and District Association,

websiteCoach outings and monthly lectures
Natural History Museum, Tring

websiteFounded by Walter Rothschild, the museum displays a wide variety of mammals, birds, reptiles and insects
North London Society of Model Engineers, Colney Heath

websiteThe society's model railways and lake for model boats at Colney Heath are open to the public on Sundays, 2-5pm, May to October
Old Gorhambury House (ruin), St Albans

websiteThe remains are a two-storey porch, parts of the hall, chapel and clock-tower. Three miles from St Albans Cathedral
Oxhey Chapel, Oxhey

websiteIn Gosforth Lane, South Oxhey, built in 1612 and now largely redundant. For open days see the website
Oxhey Woods, Oxhey

websiteA nature reserve covering 240 acres in South Oxhey
The Paper Trail, Apsley

websiteAn industrial 'exploration' centre built around a fully working, historic paper mill at Apsley
Pitstone Green Museum & The Heritage Park,

websiteRun by volunteers. Open to the public on 9 or 10 days each year
Pitstone Windmill, Ivinghoe / Pitstone

websiteOne of England's oldest surviving post-mills. Usually open on summer Sunday afternoons, but check before visiting - tel: 01442 851227
Prestwick Road Meadows, Oxhey

websiteA nature reserve in South Oxhey, one of the few surviving meadows in the country, rich with flowers in the summer
Redbourn Museum, Redbourn

websiteShowing the history of the village, north-west of St Albans. The museum has three rooms in Silk Mill House, The Common. - tel: 01582 793397
Redbournbury Mill, Redbournbury

websiteA restored 18th-century working water mill with a museum. Beside the River Ver and the old Roman road, Watling Street, 2 miles north of St Albans
Reveley Lodge Garden, Bushey

websiteA large garden, run by Bushey Museum Trust
Roman Theatre of Verulamium (ruins), St Albans

websiteThe remains of the only Roman theatre of its type in Britain, which could seat 2000 spectators
Shaw's Corner, Ayot St Lawrence

websiteAn Edwardian house near Welwyn. Home of George Bernard Shaw
Shenley Park, Shenley

websiteShenley Park, at Radlett Lane, Shenley, Herts., has an orchard, meadow, woodland walks, historic buildings and a 2-acre landscaped walled garden with an amphitheatre
St Albans Cathedral, St Albans

websiteThe Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban is usually open to visit from 8am to 5.45pm if not in use - check by telephone. Guided tours are available most days. Evening concerts are listed on the website - tel: 01727 860780
St Albans Organ Theatre, St Albans

websiteAdministered by St Albans Musical Museum Society. Demonstrations on Sunday afternoons. Monthly concerts on Saturday evenings
St John's Church, Watford, Watford

websiteWith thanks for kindly providing a link to this site
Three Rivers Museum of Local History, Rickmansworth

01923 775882 or 772325Located in Basing House, between the Library and Watersmeet in Rickmansworth. Open Mon-Fri, 2-4pm; Sat 10am-4pm but closed on bank holidays. Admission free
Tring Local History Museum, Tring

websiteOpen Fridays and Saturdays. Admission free
Tring Natural History Museum, Tring

websiteAn unusual collection of preserved mammals, fish, birds and insects. Admission free
Tring Reservoirs, Tring

websiteA group of four reservoirs owned and managed by British Waterways. Popular with bird-watchers
Verulamium (ruins), St Albans

websiteSome of the remains of this large Roman town can be seen, including what is left of the hypocaust. The Roman Theatre (q.v.) is privately owned and listed separately
Verulamium Museum, St Albans

websiteA museum of everyday life in Roman Britain, in the middle of the site of the Roman town
Verulamium Park, St Albans

websiteA park of 100 acres, with an ornamental lake. The website is that of the Friends of Verulamium Park - tel: 01727 819366
Watford Fire Museum, Watford

websiteA museum of old fire-fighting equipment, now in the Lower High Street. For opening times see the website
Watford Miniature Railway,

websiteA miniature, but passenger-carrying, railway in Cassiobury Park
Watford Museum, Watford

Whippendell Wood, Watford / Three Rivers

websiteAlso known as Whippendell Woods. 160 acres of woodland, bordering Cassiobury Park. Owned by Watford Borough Council although geographically in Three Rivers
The Withey Beds, Rickmansworth

websiteA nature reserve with a range of habitats including wet woodland, marsh and drier grassland covering 19 acres. Adjacent to Moor Lane

Other information

Other webpages Notes Contact

Some other websites of interest
Croxley Green History

Genealogy in Hertfordshire

  websiteA site with much on the history of Watford and places nearby. The website address changed sometime before 24.1.10
Our Oxhey

  websiteHistory, memories, photos, events and comments concerning Oxhey
Peace Hospice

  websiteA hospice for the terminally ill of South West Hertfordshire, funded mainly by charitable donations
Watford New Hope Trust

  websiteA local charity for the homeless, providing shelter, food and help to rebuild damaged lives
What's On at Local Theatre Groups

  websiteCovers North London and South Hertfordshire. The Guild Players provide this useful list


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