Linked Organisations

Linked Organisations are independent organisations that offer benefits to LALG and its members. Their details are given below - please contact the relevant organisation if you would like more information. Don't forget to take your current LALG membership card with you when you visit them.

Please note: we do not share information about our members to these organisations.

LALG is not responsible for the content of external websites.

If you are interested in your organisation becoming a Linked Organisation, please complete our online form or contact Jackie linkedorgs@lalg.org.ukfor further information.


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Group Description LALG Member Benefits Contact Details
Baldock Floral Society We meet on the 1st Thursday of each month in the Community Centre, Baldock 7.0 for 7.30pm. Beautiful floral arrangements by qualified demonstrators are raffled at the end of the evening. Annual subscription is £38 to include membership and admission. Entrance for visitors is £6 and £12 in December. They will benefit from being part of the large NAFAS charity Jean
01462 490930 or 07767 884728 metzjean@aol.com
Baldock Folk Club For information contact Brian Burke. Free admission, donations to performers welcome. Brian Burke
07768 274037 baldockfolkclub@gmail.com
Baldock Town Twinning Association Engaging, visiting and hosting residents of the two towns BTTA are Fund twinned with Sanvignes in France and Eisenberg in Germany. Organising fund raising events to finance hosting the vistors from France and Germany. Access to BTTA member only events such as the French Lunch and Christmas wine tasting. Opportunity to visit and host members from Eisenberg and Sanvignes when they can practice speaking Geman and French. Brian Noble
01462 490906 brian.noble80@gmail.com
Broadway Gallery Free exhibitions, drop-in family arts studio, course and events.
Please check our website for opening hours. Our priority is the safety of visitors, staff and artists.

01462 476110 broadwaygallery@letchworth.com
Bygrave Handbell Ringers Meets on Thursday evenings at Bygrave for a practice session. New members are welcome, training is available for them. Sue
01462 893114 sue.luckett@hotmail.co.uk
Forty Plus Cycling Club Social Cycling Club. A 25-40 mile ride to a pub lunch, mainly on quiet lanes. Every Thursday, 10.30am.
All ages and experience welcome.
Geoff Perry 07770 600370
Alan Brosnan 07790 646949 40plusnherts@gmail.com
Friends Of Norton Common A voluntary group working to preserve the precious habitat of Norton Common for the people and wildlife of Letchworth. Thursday working parties held weekly, mornings only from 9:30am.
friendsofnortoncommon@virginmedia.com
Hitchin Floral Art Club The group usually meets on the third Wednesday evening of the month at Church House, Hitchin. We belong to NAFAS who provide qualified floral demonstrators. They show how to arrange flowers and foliage to create pleasing designs. We also run in house workshops where members can practise their own skills. We will publicise the LALG in our newsletters. Jen
07833 948288 hartinthecorner@gmail.com
Karate-do Shotokai Karate club based in Stevenage we meets every Tuesday night at the Great Ashby Community Centre. We are a relaxed and happy group learning new skills and having fun and are looking to grow the club into the wider Stevenage and Letchworth community. We practice an authentic style of Karate. We do not compete or strike each other. We learn to be agile, to remain calm in our respond to threats. We learn balance and control. Reduced fees. £35 a year and £15 per month for hall fees. Richard Plaskow
07538 275533 richard.plaskow@gmail.com
Letchworth & District St. Andrew's Society Scottish country dance group. We aim to keep Scottish Country Dancing alive in the area and encourage more people to take up this enjoyable form of exercise. Margaret Bowen
01462 679112 me77bowen@gmail.com
Letchworth District Gardeners Association Talks, outings, coffee mornings, trading store and our own summer and autumn shows. Memberships available. Discounted entry to monthly talks.
enquiries@ldga.org.uk
Letchworth Film Club We view quality films at the Broadway Cinema that would not otherwise come to this area. Lynne McGechie
01462 683724 lynne@letchworthfilmclub.com
Letchworth Garden City Society Founded in 1978 to promote interest in the history of Letchworth and other garden cities, their architecture, the Arts & Crafts movement, and to monitor local planning matters. Visits are arranged and talks given, normally at The Settlement. Admission at same rates as LGCS members. Philippa Parker
01462 686828 philippaclare@me.com
Letchworth Jazz Appreciation Society 'Every Kind of Jazz for All Kinds of People!' A sociable monthly meeting of jazz fans at Garden City Brewery listening to informed presentations of Jazz recordings, with extensive CD/DVD/Book Library and Raffle! Bernard Pritchard
07563 875127 info@letchworthjazz.org.uk
Letchworth Men In Sheds A non-profit workshop based on UK Men's Sheds Association Model. Share skills, learn new skills, simply drop in to socialise. Reduced membership fee for LALG members. Peter Hill
07941 889066 pete.hill@letchworthshed.org
Letchworth Model Railway Society The Society meets weekly Mondays & Wednesdays at Standalone Farm. Contact via website.
secretary@letchworthmrs.org.uk
Letchworth Open Water Swimming Regular open water swimming - monthly sessions calendared plus ad-hoc sessions posted on the WhatsApp page. A group for people to buddy with other people with the same OWS interest. Social benefits - each swim comes with a post swim food/drink activity. Anna Osei-Kissi
07710 024517 anna.oseikissi@gmail.com
Letchworth Scale Model Club "Art and History in Miniature" - static modelling covering figure modelling, vehicles, aircraft ships, etc. Talks & demos on associated topics. Normally at The Club Room, Icknield Centre, Icknield Way, SG6 1EF. Rod Johnson
01438 814225 rodjohnson.mail@talktalk.net
Lordship Theatregoers We buy tickets at group rates for West End shows, and matinees at Milton Keynes Theatre. No travel arrangements are included. Clive Roylance
cliveroylance@icloud.com
North Herts 50+ Wednesday Lunch Time Friendship Café, every 2nd and 4th Wednesday, 12 - 2pm. Turn up for a chat, game of table tennis or a game of scrabble. £3 per session includes refreshments. Please see our website for details of our courses, events and other news. Reduced entry fee to events and meetings. All activities e.g. classes, courses or social events at members' rate. Sheila Hogan 01462 743578
nh50plus@gmail.com
North Herts Bowls Club Outdoor lawn green bowls club situated on Norton Common, Letchworth. We offer sports and social facilities throughout the summer - May to September. We participate in competitions with other local clubs. Our membership is 70 men and women, mainly retired.
We also offer indoor activities during the winter i.e.: skittles, whist and games afternoons, including theatre workshops
John Atkinson
01462 684914 casita.office@hotmail.co.uk
North Herts Guild Of Spinners, Weavers And Dyers Spinning, weaving, dyeing and other textile crafts. Please get in touch to find out about future meetings of this group. enquiries to Guild Secretary
craftingtogether@gmail.com
North Herts Ramblers Group North Herts Ramblers Group is part of Ramblers - the national walking charity.
We are a friendly Group, encouraging not only walking, but related social activities. We walk every Sunday, most Saturdays and occasional mid weeks. We have dog friendly walks every Saturday and some times midweek. Our walks take us throughout North Herts, and occasionally into Beds, Essex, and sometimes into London itself. We aim to develop leadership skills amongst our members, running regular courses.
Participation in our:
- Walks
- Social events and holidays (NHRG priority)
- GPS, Navigation, Walk leader, e-walks courses
Leon
07525 796814 leon.fotiadis@ntlworld.com
North Herts Speakers Club Develops competence in communications and leadership. First and third Wednesdays, 7.30pm at Sun Hotel, Hitchin. Free entry for visitors and free parking behind the hotel. Call first. John Kendall
01462 684036
Pembroke 50+ Club The Pembroke 50+ Club is a well-established Indoor Sports and Social Club that meets at the Letchworth Leisure Centre. Membership is open to the over 50s who are living in Letchworth and the surrounding villages. Currently, it's prime activities are Badminton in the Sports Hall; and Keep Fit classes, for which it has a dedicated Pembroke room in the Leisure Centre. Historically, it has also provided a wider range of activities including; Table Tennis, Card & Board games, and Social events. Annette Broadhurst
07886 010542 pembroke50plusclub@btinternet.com
Rainmakers International Folk Dance Group Dances of all styles from around the world. Please get in touch for details of future meetings. Mark
01462 454210
Silvertone Singers We are a very friendly daytime singing group which meets every Monday in the centre of Letchworth. If you love to sing, and you haven’t found the right group, this may be it! There are no auditions, and in one hour we sing a variety of well known songs followed by coffee, so come and join us. Just turn up at Mrs Howard Hall at 10.45. Membership is open for all those aged over 50 years and live in the local area. Sue
07821 110944 suehogg2@btinternet.com
The Arts Society North Herts The Arts Society North Herts is a member society of The Arts Society (formerly NADFAS). We offer opportunities to discover the arts of yesterday, today and tomorrow through lectures on all aspects of the Arts given by accredited lecturers who are experts in their field.Visitors are welcome at our lectures and membership is available. The lectures are held at 11 am at The Broadway cinema and Theatre on the first Thursday of the month except in January and August.
theartssociety.nh@gmail.com
Unicorn Ceilidhs Unicorn Ceilidhs aims to provide top-quality dances for the local community, featuring a wide range of ceilidh bands and callers. All are welcome, with no experience needed as all the dances are walked through and explained thoroughly, although many of our regulars are now quite experienced dancers. We do not aim to make a profit from our dances, but use the income to finance further dances. We can offer LALG members a 10% discount on admission. Barry Goodman
07833 643597 barry.goodman1@ntlworld.com
Weston Music Society We usually promote six concerts a year, in separate seasons, given by acclaimed professional classical musicians. We aim to provide a good variety of music, including two events a year which will appeal to lovers of the classical guitar. usually at Holy Trinity Church in Weston. We are friendly people and newcomers are always welcome. Malcolm Lucas
01462 790327 westonconcerts@gmail.com