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T


he September Autumn Show hosted by the Abbots Langley Gardening Society was held


in the community centre on September 10. The hall looked great with all the exhibits laid


out in spectacular fashion, from fruits and vegetables to summer flowers. The event has been held since 1858 and this


year‘s was very successful. The next village event which was based at the


centre is the annual Tough Ten race on Sunday, October 2. The community centre opened before and after


the race, providing the entrants with a space to change, toilet facilities, refreshments and a well- earned rest. Friends and family were able to join in on the


day by cheering on the runners and supporting their good causes. The centre is show ground to a series of


concerts organised by Winter Acoustics Concerts. The first is on Sunday, October 9, with


curtains up at 3pm. Refreshments are available during the


‘The hall


looked great with all the


exhibits laid out in


spectacular fashion’


interval. For more details or to reserve seats email ALConcerts@gmail.com. During the summer break the toilet area


received a make-over. The vanity units were changed and


improvements to the lighting system made. The toilet area facilities were not upgraded


during the refurbishment in 2009 and so it is fantastic that extra funds have been raised to allow the improvements to be made now. A big thank you is extended to Richard


Baldwin who was project manager. Regular user groups are open as usual – visit


abbotslangleycommunitycentre.co.uk for details. The centre is also available for hire for parties,


or other events. To find out more the booking number is 07530


266293.


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