General

Do you keep chickens, ducks or any other feathered friends? Then we would like to invite you to join our wonderful group!

You can meet other keepers, share experiences and enjoy refreshments in the company of adorable chickens.

Contact Claire for details of the July meeting.

 

 

If you are interested in mankind's propensity to wage war, from the ancient days of bronze weaponry to Unmanned Aerial Drones in the warfare of today, join us on the third Thursday every month to hear talks and discussion of this vast subject. All periods and aspects are included: recent talks have been enjoyed on TE Lawrence, the development of naval gunnery and life in a POW camp  in WWI.

Could you do this? – nor can we but we like to try.

After 18 years of superb analysis and uncanny intuition we remain competitive with the FTSE 100 !!

Join us for a pint or a glass of wine each month while recommending the latest high-flying company to your new friends.

 

The title sums it up - a group to consider all and every matter relating to Europe.

We meet monthly (not July/August) in the BruntRoom at The Settlement,Nevells Road, Letchworth SG6 4UB

All are welcome, LALG members £3, non-members £4.  Refreshments are available.

Anyone who would like to consider taking on the co-ordination of the group is asked to contact the LALG Chairman, William Armitage: 07890 709462 or email: chairman@lalg.org.uk

We study history through the ages and have a programme of talks and visits related to the era being studied.

As a group we are full, but see our various 'Group Events'  (to the right): many interesting excursions are open to non-group members as well as non-LALG members.

 

Letchworth Local History Research Group is the new name for the local history group founded and run by Mertsi Fisher for the past twelve years. We now want to emphasise that research and publication (in a variety of media) is our core activity and would like to welcome new, committed, members. No special skills are necessary, just regular attendance at our monthly meetings.

Meditation for inner peace.

Every Tuesday, 7.00pm to 9.00pm at St Christopher School.

Experience joy, deep tranquillity and the ability to deal better with whatever comes your way. You will be surprised how easy it is to gently guide your mind to experience deep rest and restore yourself.

Meditation is a secular practice and in the group we practise a variety of techniques.

Gently guide the mind to cultivating a quiet awareness and stillness that arises with taking your attention within. This is a secular practice.

The tutor guides you to a method appropriate for you. Suitable for all levels. Beginners welcome.

We meet on Tuesdays 7pm - 9pm at St Christopher School, Letchworth.

We have a cuppa after each session.

There is a charge to cover costs. Your guide is Neelam Taneja.

This is a form of meditation where natural material is used to encourage freedom of self-expression.  Alternate Wednesdays 1pm - 3pm  in the organiser’s garden in Hitchin - space for 6 people.

Please contact: Irmtraut@btopenworld.com for details.
 

Talks on a variety of specialised subjects.

Health for the health less: voluntary work in India.

The history of language: a lighthearted review.

Links between Britain and Finland

If anyone has missed the previous talks and would like them to be repeated, or for more information, please contact Katka.

Monitor the 'Events' panel to the right for details of these meetings when they become available.

A lively discussion group that discusses life, the universe and everything!!!

We normally meet in the Spirella Building at 7.30pm to 9.00pm on the third Monday of every month - but please check with Dave Shane if you are coming to your first meeting.

Meetings are open to anyone who is either a member of the LALG or non-members but who are willing to join.

There is a charge of up to £2.00 towards costs.

 

This group enters a team (or teams) in general knowledge quizzes held at various locations in Letchworth Garden City and other nearby towns and villages. We try to take part in a couple of quizzes a month - not on any specific evening - so if you know of a quiz near you that you'd like to take part in, join us & we'll fit it in. Or perhaps you know about a one-off quiz at the weekend.

The quiz nights we are planning to attend in the near future are shown in the Group Events column on the right.

We offer an interesting and varied range of speakers focusing on our industrial heritage.

This little group of enthusiasts would be very happy to hear from anyone who records
local weather statistics. If you would like to compare notes or meet up, please get in touch.