Redbourn Bowls Club

We are small and friendly club and welcome new members at any time, whether seasoned players or absolute beginners. You will find bowls an enjoyable sport. We will happily arrange a "taster" for anyone uncertain whether to commit to joining the Club.

If you are interested or need more information please contact Martin Howe on 01582 792074 or

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Redbourn in Bloom – Volunteers

We are looking for new volunteers to help with our planting and weeding or to assist at events. We especially need a few strong people to help occasionally with heavier tasks associated with planting schemes, or to help set up tables and chairs. One or two new committee members with ideas to contribute would also be very welcome.

Contact Pauline Williamson, Membership Secretary on 01582 792931 or

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Open Gardens

Redbourn in Bloom

16th and 17th June 2018

We welcome small and large gardens, well established or still developing to join the list.

If you are interested in opening your garden, please contact Janet Lang on 01582 792907 or

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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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Charity Information

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

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