Come and join us for this seasonal Craft Fair at Frogmore Paper Mill, Hemel Hempstead.
The Ley Hill School Winter Fair features all the usual favourites and adds a Bronco Reindeer this time around!
Hot turkey rolls, Sausage Sizzle, mulled wine and a Prosecco Ho Ho are there to make sure everyone is looked after. For those with a Christmas tickle in their feet, there’s a bouncy castle, Santa’s Grotto, Secret Room and plenty of the usual attractions. Make sure you pop along to visit our traders, or maybe just to browse the secondhand books.
Tylers Hill Youth Group announce a themed evening this month to make the most of the winter evenings
The aim of the group is to provide a service to the young people who live in the village or have links to the village e.g. through the primary school or Scout or Guide groups.
Chiltern District Council have posted a notification on their website that the recycling area at Codmore Playing Fields, known to many as Botley Rec, will close in the week commencing 23rd October.
Bonfire Night on the Glebe. Bonfire 6pm, fireworks 7pm
Mulled Wine, Sparklers, Sausages in Rolls
Your village needs you to make Ley Hill even more beautiful!
Refreshments will be provided at the Crown for all helpers, along with the essential vests, bags and litter pickers of course.
The Brown Not Green group has been campaigning vigorously against the proposals to build 900 homes on Chesham green belt…
A friendly event featuring 5 and 10km trail runs. Set on the edge of the Chilterns, amongst beautiful scenery and mostly on public footpaths. All proceeds go to support Ley Hill School.
All types of tools, including garden power tools, crafts, fabrics and much, much more.
The Old Boot Factory, Townsend Road, Chesham
Open 10am to 2pm
For the 10th year, Ley Hill will be hosting the ever expanding Classics on the Common event. The school Parents Association will be putting on a barbeque and members from the church will rustle up some lovely cream teas. The Cricket Club bar will be open and weather permitting, a …
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Full time labouring work over the summer holiday…