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The Nutcracker Trail

Fifteen giant Nutcrackers Soldiers and their King will be positioned at key locations around St Albans, REDBOURN, Harpenden, Marshalswick and Wheathampstead.

Look out for the Nutcracker Trail booklets in St Albans from the 18th November.

Wander around the city and nearby villages to find the 15 Nutcracker Soldiers and King marked on a map in the booklet. As you find each one write his name down on the trial sheet.

Once you’ve found all the names, fill in your details and post the sheet into St Albans Nutcracker Trail Post box located by the Christmas Market Vintry Gardens.

The trail will run from the 25th November to the 4th January.

One winner will be drawn out and will win an iPad Mini

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Redbourn in Bloom Horticultural Society

Anglia in Bloom

We are delighted to report that REDBOURN has again been awarded GOLD in the regional Anglia in Bloom campaign in the Small Towns Category.

REDBOURN COMMON won the award for Biodiversity.

REDBOURN INFANTS SCHOOL received a nomination in the Young People’s Category.

RITA GREEN received a nomination for the Mike Ames Award for her long outstanding service to Redbourn in Bloom.

WELL DONE and thanks to all who contributed to Redbourn’s success!

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Children’s Christmas Coloring Competition

Help us decorate Redbourn’s Community library this Christmas!

We would like you to draw a Christmas Star or Cracker. To fill an A4 size of paper, you can colour it in with crayons, pencils, paint or collage.

You must be a member of the library and be prepared for us to display your picture in the library.

There are two age groups, 6-8yrs and 9-11yrs.

There will be a small prize and all entries will be displayed.

Entry forms in the Library.

Closing date is the 4th December.

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Charity Information

Chair : Ian Caldwell
Treasurer : Teresa Finnigan
Secretary : Russell Thomas

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