Silver Sunday at Standalone Farm

Silver Sunday, held on the first Sunday of October, is a national day for older people. To support it, those aged 60 and over are invited to Standalone Farm for free on Sunday 3 October.

Coach trip to Bury St Edmunds & Fullers Mill Garden 22 September

Letchworth District Gardeners Assoc has arranged a coach trip to Bury St Edmunds and Fullers Mill Garden and is opening it to LALG members.

Royston Arts Society Exhibition

The Royston Arts Society Autumn Exhibition will take place in Royston Town Hall on the weekend of 25th to 26th September 2021.  As usual this exhibition will form a major part of the Royston Arts Festival.  Artists who are not RAS members can enter up to three framed and four unframed paintings plus a set of up to 25 greetings cards.  This year they will also be running an optional online exhibition.  This will start on 1st October and run through to 1st December 2021.  Non-members can enter some or all of their paintings.  Full details can be fou

Garden City Greenway Survey

The Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation have launched a survey to capture the views and ideas of local people about the Garden City Greenway. 

LALG is run 100% by volunteers

What does being an LALG member mean to you? Meeting new people; having fun; trying new activities?
Members who volunteer to help run activities or work behind the scenes of LALG get so much more!

Graham: “Editing the newsletter is a chance to use and build on my IT skills. And running the computer group is so rewarding; helping others to get more out of their computers and understand safe working.”

Meet a member: Leon Fotiadis & Aliki Fikiori

Leon and Aliki first joined LALG around 15 years ago to go on a walking holiday. Now, many walks later, Aliki has joined the Daytime German group and the Easy Riders cycling group. She also volunteered Leon as an editor for this newsletter! He produced the May 2021 edition and plans to do more. Leon said: “Doing the newsletter, I was really impressed how many good people offer their time to LALG.“

Letchworth Open Gardens

Over 20 gardens will be open to visitors in the world's first Garden City covering every aspect of gardening and size of garden. Some have quirky features, others more cottage style, some set around 1905 cottages.

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LALG Chair, Elaine Fox, looks at life beyond Covid

As the evenings are getting longer (and hopefully warmer) and lockdown measures begin to ease in line with the government’s roadmap, we have been thinking about what LALG can offer going forward.

I appreciate that everyone will have their own comfort zone. Some members will still be cautious about mixing whilst others will be raring to get out and about again and to see people for real, not just on Zoom.

Lockdown Quizzes

There was such an outcry when we said Lockdown Quizzes would end in May that we have decided to restart them in the Autumn, with a new name.

Lockdown quizzes came about by chance when the 2020 Annual Quiz had to be moved online by the organisers, Ann and Andrew. “We did not dream it would be so successful or become a monthly event.” said Ann. “The emphasis was on breaking down social isolation. Only text questions were used, no pictures, so people could join by phone if they weren’t online.”

Talk: Citizens Advice Bureau

We recently had an excellent talk about Citizens Advice Bureau with particular reference to North Herts.

The Citizens Advice North Hertfordshire 'slogan' is: Free support and advice when you need it
Its promise is : Local charity, available to all, offering free confidential help and support


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