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Youth project grants The Youth Project running at Abbots Langley Community Centre has expanded the range of activities it provides thanks to two grants. Wendy Beaumont, the projects‘s treasurer, is pictured accepting an award from Lord Charles Cecil, High Sheriff of Hertfordshire 2011/12. This, together with a grant from the Hertfordshire Community Fund, is helping to provide internet access for young people. The project is open to youngsters aged 13 and 19 and runs Thursdays from 6.30pm to 9pm.


Craft fair A craft fair, part of Abbots Langley Festival of the Arts, is taking place in St Lawrence Church Hall on Saturday, July 14, from 10am to 4.30pm and Sunday, July 15, 10.30am to 4.30pm. All crafts are made by locals including: patchwork, woodturning, bags, jewellery and embroidery. Silk painter Eleanor Sidaway said: ―There are lots of talented and creative people in our community and this is a great opportunity to see what they do.‖ Free entry but donations are welcome.


Table top sale A table top sale will be held at the Orbital Community Centre in Leavesden on Saturday, June 30. The event will take place from noon to 4pm. Table hire is £5 per day. The event will raise money for Friends of Tariro, a charity which helps rural African communities move towards sustainability. For more on table hire, or to donate unwanted items for sale, telephone Betty Lawson 01923 676980 or Mary Dalton 01923 670160.


Historical exhibition In celebration of the Diamond Jubilee, the Abbots Langley Local History Society will stage a local archive exhibition in the Methodist Church Hall, Langley Road, on Saturday, July 14, from 10am to 2.30pm.Free admission to the event is supported by an Abbots Langley Parish Council Jubilee Grant. If any of you have anything you would like to lend or contribute to the exhibition such as old Abbots Langley photos, maps or local memorabilia contact Lesley Brooks 01923 264536 or e-mail info@allhs.org.uk.


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