<P>For your information - The Anglia in Bloom judges will be visiting the village on the morning of the 11th July between 10.15am and 12.15pm
Saturday 29th June 10am meeting at the Parish Centre.
Everyone welcome to help us tidy the village ready for Anglia In Bloom judging.
Get together with your neighbours, friends or family to give our village the love it deserves.
On 15th June, Redbourn villagers and guests, including museum patron Sir Simon Bowes-Lyon, celebrated the unveiling of the Redbourn House Portico in the grounds of the local history museum at Silk Mill House on Redbourn Common.
This was the culmination of a 3-year project initiated by Museum Trustees, co-ordinated by Graham Lawrence with architect Charles Milner and wide fundraising support from the village and beyond.
The Portico was originally the doorway of Redbourn House, a grand mansion that once stood in the High Street and was visited by H. M. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother as a young girl, as it was owned by the Bowes-Lyon family.
After Redbourn House was demolished in 1955, the doorway was re-erected in St. Albans outside the museum in Hatfield Road, where it remained for over 60 years.
Now it has a new home back in Redbourn, and it looks magnificent.
To view the Portico, Redbourn Village Museum is open weekend afternoons from 2 – 5 pm and admission is free.