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Canadian travel adventure


Langley Travel‘s recent Canadian Evening in the Henderson Hall was well attended and the audience were treated to a whistle-stop, coast to coast tour of the scenic country. ―We like to run these events to open people‘s eyes to the huge potential of the country,‖ said Langley Travel‘s manager Pat Waterton (pictured far right). ―Everyone knows about the Rocky Mountains and the Rocky Mountaineer, but not everyone realises the variety of activities and holiday types they can enjoy all year round in Canada.― Langley Travel has been appointed by the Canadian Tourism Commission as one of its specialist counsellors in the UK. For further information , telephone 01923 265256 or visit www.langley-travel.co.uk.


Mast plan is withdrawn for a second time


It has become the on-again off-again, planning application of the village – a proposed telecommunications mast on land by Hazelwood Lane. Residents understood they‘d probably only won a temporary reprieve when Vodafone withdrew their original proposal. So it was no surprise when a fresh application was submitted to Three Rivers District Council last month. However the application has been withdrawn again. There was no public explanation as to why.


Former ranger to talk about park life


The Abbots Langley Gardening Society will meet to hear a talk from Martin Brooks on ―life as a park ranger in Abbots Langley‖ at 8pm on Thursday, October 20. The meeting will be held at Manor House Sports and Social Club. Entry is £1 for non members.


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