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Theatre Shows & Special Events (Stalls or Dress Circle) 18 Oct Motown – Matinee £65.00 24 Oct 42nd Street – Matinee £59.50 24 Oct Kinky Boots – Matinee £59.50 24 Oct Strictly Ballroom the Musical – Matinee £65.00 7 Nov Les Miserables – Matinee £67.50 8 Nov Company – Matinee £75.00 8 Nov Phantom of the Opera – Matinee £55.00 18 Dec Thursford Christmas Show – Matinee £55.00 20 Dec Olympia International Horse Show – Eve £67.00 10 Jan Swan Lake – London Coliseum – Matinee £74.00 13 Feb *Tina the Musical – Evening £65.00 16 Feb Wicked – Saturday Matinee £65.00 17 Feb Cirque Du Soleil – Totem – Sunday Mat £82.00 6 Mar The Lion King – Matinee £57.50/£65.00 6 Mar 9 to 5 The Musical – Matinee £65.00 14 Mar The Bodyguard – Milton Keynes – Matinee £49.00 14 Mar Motown – Matinee £65.00 15 Mar Brick Lane - Irish Music Show – Inc Tea £59.00 17 Mar Lets Face the Music – RAH – Matinee £67.50 30 Apr Brick Lane – St Georges Show – Inc Tea £59.00 3 Jun *Tina the Musical – Evening £65.00 25 Jul On Your Feet – Matinee £65.00 *Trumpington Park & Ride only Coach Tours 18 Nov Historic Harrogate & Afternoon Tea 26 Nov Turkey & Tinsel in the Wye Valley 2 Dec Bath Xmas Markets & Longleat 4 Dec Edinburgh Christmas Markets 17 Dec Warners Cricket St Thomas
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Summer might seem a distant memory now, but we’ve been lucky enough to enjoy plenty of bright stunning days Monday 1th which we hope will continue as we head into the Autumn, it’s the perfect time to October get outside and explore our local area. Our cover this month is ‘At Dawn’ which was created by Kate Bieriezjanczuk as part of Royston Arts Society’s Young Artist Awards. You can read more about the awards in our Spotlight On feature on page 7, and look out for the runner up image by Megan Wilson on our sister publication, The Listing SG8 Villages. The eagle eyed amongst you may have noticed that we’ve introduced a new feature, The Listing Mentions #TLM, where the team will be adding their personal mentions. As it’s National Curry Week from 22nd October, we mention some of our fabulous local Indian restaurants and takeaways, we really are spoilt for choice! For those of you who follow our media pages, search #TLM to keep in touch with us and follow us on our journey! Look out for our new bitmojis throughout the magazine and our article on page 15.
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about some Indian traditions such as dance steps, body shapes, clothing and prayer. The children have really enjoyed the experience, many of them have been so inspired that they have gone onto choreograph their own Indian style dances.
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Out & About RSPB Fowlmere
reedy margins. Fowlmere is also a great place to spot dragonflies, with up to seventeen species seen here, while grass snakes are sometimes seen in the pools or beside the trails.
RSPB Fowlmere is a small nature reserve with reedbeds and pools, forming a refreshing natural oasis in the agricultural landscape of south Cambridgeshire. Formed of once extensive watercress beds, the site is now a haven for wetland and woodland wildlife. The River Shep, a natural chalk stream runs through the reserve and brown trout can often be spotted in the clear waters, while water voles, and very occasionally, otters are seen. The increasingly scarce turtle dove is a summer visitor and Fowlmere is one of the most reliable locations in Cambridgeshire to hear the soft purring of its call. Barn owls breed here in special nest boxes and can often be seen roosting outside their box near the reedbed hide, at times even during the daytime. A trail which has boardwalks in several area loops through the reserve, giving access to the three hides, including the raised reedbed hide, which gives excellent views over the mere and reedbeds. Water rails, kingfishers and various ducks use the mere, while hobbyies and marsh harriers can be seen in the summer. Wading birds such as lapwing, redshank, common and green sandpipers and sometimes scarcer birds such as wood sandpiper, jack snipe and common snipe pop in to feed and rest on the mere’s muddy,
In autumn and winter, large flocks of thrushes from Scandinavia arrive and forage on the berry bushes. Merlins, our smallest bird of prey can sometimes spend time on the reserve in winter, and zoom over the fen or adjacent fields in search of prey at this time of year. Reserve warden Beth Aucott manages a team of dedicated volunteers, managing the habitat, clearing trails and scrub and keeping the site in top shape for both nature and people. If you haven’t visited before, come along and explore and discover this wonderful RSPB reserve soon!
Fowlmere reserve is open every day of the week and friendly and informative volunteers are on duty in the reception hut most weekends. A new hut, funded from a collection by his wife in memory of the late Dr Paul Walsh, is installed and will soon replace the old hut that has been on site since over twenty years ago (and it was second hand then!) A new car park machine has been installed this summer and entry is included in the carparking fee - £2 a car for non-members. Dogs and cycles are not permitted on the reserve. The reserve was originally bought by the RSPB Young Ornithologists Group (now the Wildlife Explorers) in 1977. An active Wildlife Explorers group, The Fowlmere Bullfinches, meet here once a month, for children to discover nature with an enthusiastic team. Contact 01279 777833 for more info.
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Spotlight On... Royston Arts Society Celebrates 40 years This year, the Royston Arts Society (RAS) is celebrating its 0th anniversary by nurturing the next generation of artists! The Young Artists Awards were held for the first time this year, offering artists from 16-26 years old in SG8 a chance to win one of six fabulous prizes. The quality of art submitted was exceedingly high. So who won? Kate Bieriezjanczukâ€™s â€œAt Dawnâ€? (pictured on The Listing Royston cover) won the Curwens Solicitors Young Artist of the Year Award - ÂŁ100 + a solo exhibition in January 2019. Look out for it! Megan Wilsonâ€™s â€œRed Pandaâ€? (on The Listing Villages cover) won the Rotary Club of Roystonâ€™s Art Inspiration Award and a one year Tate Membership for her + guest. Chloe Alcockâ€™s â€œUnpleasant Discoveriesâ€? won the Art Supplies Award, a ÂŁ100 art hamper from Great Art, and Creative Roystonâ€™s ÂŁ50 prize for the best â€˜Voyages of Discoveryâ€™ themed painting.
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Local budding artists are continuing their weekly dropin sessions in the refurbished Sandon Village Hall.
exhibitions. On its 40th anniversary, the RAS is looking after the future of local art. Hosting Creative Roystonâ€™s Cover Art auction and awarding the winners of the Young Artist Awards on Preview Night are only some of the things the RAS does to maintain Roystonâ€™s thriving art scene.
The winning artworks were on show at the annual RAS Autumn Exhibition. This is the largest, most diverse art exhibition in Roystonâ€™s creative calendar, showcasing art in various mediums, skills and themes. In the beginning this non-profit membership organisation, founded in 1979, met once a week for painting classes in Sylvia Jordanâ€™s dining room. Things really started in 1978 though, when Edwin (Gary) Grimaldi retired and moved to Royston, only to discover there was no local art scene. Using his art exhibition experience, Gary advertised for like-minded people to help him set up Roystonâ€™s first local exhibition.
If youâ€™d like to be a part of the Royston Arts Society, and help them nurture creativity in yourself or others please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website: www.roystonarts.org.uk
Today, the RAS has a membership of roughly 100, hosts nine art demonstrations every year, two painting sessions per month, an ongoing mini-exhibition at Royston Library, and two larger annual
Us Boughtonâ€™s love our curries! Shah and the team at Ashiana have looked after us for years and weâ€™ve celebrated many family birthdays there. Yuva in Kneesworth is worth a mention as it offers something just that little bit different. This Autumn, we canâ€™t wait to try the British Raj Express and The Spice Hut, which is just down the road from us behind the station in Meldreth. #TLM
Davalle and Mike Dobson will give demonstrations and individual tuition concentrating on drawing skills in pencil, charcoal and paint. Other members will give occasional demonstrations of their own short cuts and techniques. Painting will be in watercolour, pastels, ink and acrylic. The medium chosen is free choice, if you are fond of one stick to that - or try something new. Visitors are welcome to drop in to experience for themselves the welcoming atmosphere any Friday morning and to meet others in the group before joining.
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Annabel McCraithâ€™s â€œThrough the Looking Glassâ€? won the Artists & Illustrators Art Information Award - a one year subscription to this top art publication.
New members are always welcome even if regular attendance is not possible. Starting again on 7th September and continuing until 14th December. Join for only ÂŁ5 to cover insurance and commitment to the group. There will be a fee of ÂŁ10 per morning when attending. These sessions are designed to appeal to virtual beginners through to more experienced artists. Why sit at home always painting on your own? Be motivated and learn some new techniques in a calm and friendly atmosphere. The hall is opposite the village church; it is warm and has loads of free parking. Find us at SG9 0QU.
Ash Moorleyâ€™s â€œStargazerâ€? won The Old School Studio Art Tutorial Award and a ÂŁ75 voucher towards the art workshop of her choice.
Bring your own equipment to the sessions. Tea, coffee and biscuits provided. For details of the tutors or further information contact: elisabethJ6@gmail.com or 07960 0863
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the Auxiliary Hospital set up at Queens Road School. If you enjoy knitting, we are also asking people to knit poppies, which will be featured in the exhibition, and then sold to raise funds for the Poppy Appeal. Knitting patterns are available from the Museum. For more information, to knit some poppies or provide information, please contact Royston Museum on 01763 242587 enquiries@ roystonmuseum.org.uk The Exhibition will run from Saturday 13th October until Saturday 17th November; open Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 10am-5pm. Last admission 4.45pm. Free Admission.
What Royston Did is searching for photographs and stories for the men listed on the town’s War Memorial and many more who were sadly not listed. The team is also discovering more about home front heroes, such as local headmistress Daisy Clark, who gave 5000 hours of her time to
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Five years ago Pip and Christina sat painting together at a kitchen table fantasising about leaving veterinary careers and starting a pottery painting studio in Royston, a business plan cemented their resolve to bring a bit of creativity to Royston, 2 weeks later a course at a ceramic supply company confirmed projections should lead to a solvent business and 8 weeks later Glazed Creations opened. We were nervous about what the future would bring but excited for the new adventure.
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The studio has given us so much more than we could have dreamed of. We have met many wonderful people, have seen children grow up from babies to starting school, children who had birthday parties here turn into teenagers coming in to paint for
a bit of quiet time whilst revising for their GCSEs, raised money for charities, had our eyes opened to the power of creativity as people battle against mental illness, and been involved in many community events. We like to think that we not only provide a fun way to pass a few hours, but also a chance to focus on being together … or alone! We are now starting to look forward to helping make many treasured gifts for Christmas – from tiny baby handprints, to enchanting children’s artwork and stunning adult creations, each year we love seeing the smiles as pieces are collected and hearing how gifts were appreciated when opened. Thank you to all of our special customers that have brightened our days, shared ideas and helped make our little studio the place it is. If you haven’t yet got around to visiting us you can book a table online at
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Thursday 4th October 4pm until 8pm The Oakroom at The Old Bull Hotel, High Street, Royston Following the success of the previous sessions Keith Gordon of Ashwell Jewellery Ltd and Alan Barlow are hosting another event where you can pop in and meet us over a glass of prosecco and have a relaxed chat about:
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Friends of Therfield Heath The Friends of Therfield Heath are a new group who aim to assist in the conservation of Therfield Heath by the Conservators of Therfield Heath and Greens by raising funds, volunteering, and actively promoting the beauty and uniqueness of the heath. We hope to be able to provide a point of contact for the public for consulting on new initiatives by the Conservators, so if you
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have any feedback or ideas please join us! We’ll be running a number of events to raise some money, create greater awareness and to invite new members, so keep an eye out for advertisements around town. You can find us on Facebook: Friends of Therfield Heath – Royston
Foxton Men’s Breakfast Foxton Men’s Breakfast is an opportunity to meet new and old friends and reach out to others in our local community. A donation is usually made to a charity of our speaker’s choice as all talks are made voluntarily. The men cook the food (sourced through our local shop), wash up and support one another. It is BJ A5 EYE AD 2017.qxp_Layout 1 29/06/2017 managed by a small team 16:06 of
volunteers from Foxton and the surrounding villages and is sponsored by the Anglican Four Churches Benefice and the Methodist Church. Our speaker in October is Brian Butcher, an energy assessor with Solar Therm UK Further details are available from Mark Howard - contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We enter the autumn months after one of the hottest summers ever recorded and you will see how quickly the Heath recovers. With autumn comes cold and rain and the likelihood that some paths will become muddy and slippery - especially on steeper slopes. Please try and avoid too much damage to the site by making use of alternative routes.
Do the sheep graze or do we cut as highlighted last month? We await news regarding the return of the sheep and the timing and locations of cutting. We will keep you up-to-date via The Listing, the map on the Heath Sports Club, on our website and on social media. We put up signs to warn siteusers of wasps’ nests so the areas could be avoided. A dying wasp releases an alarm pheromone which smells. The odour alerts the other wasps
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We have started our winter programme of conservation work with the volunteers on September 16th. This is the time of year to work on cutting back the scrub and saplings that encroach on the open grassland because the disturbance to wildlife is minimal.
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and within 15 seconds other wasps come to the aid of the dying one, so it is best just to walk another way. By now these nests are likely to be inactive as most wasps do not live through the winter.
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point working towards a performance at ‘Celebrating Voices’ a concert in aid of Home-Start which will take place in Royston March 2019. Led by Linda Bance we will sing a mixture of songs that do not require you to read music. No solos, no auditions and you can hide at the back if you wish! If you are interested email Linda, musicwithmum21@ btopenworld.com or call on 077 363 63
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Open Evening at the Greneway and Meridian sites Thursday 4 October 6.00pm - 8.00pm
â€˜Our role is to continually strive to provide opportunities for our young people to want more for themselves, their families and their communities. That is our core purpose.â€™ Gordon Farquhar, Headteacher Royston Schools Academy Trust
The Headteacher will give two addresses during the evening: Greneway 6.00pm - Meridian 7.00pm Greneway tours for middle years - Thursday 4 October 9.00 - 10.30 Meridian tours for upper years - Week beginning 8 October For more information please contact: Middle School office: 01763 243650 Upper School office: 01763 242236 1810 The Listing Royston October11 11
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Foxton Art Exhibition
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The Friends of Foxton will be holding their annual Art Exhibition again this year across the weekend of 17th18th November
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The award winning Art exhibition, is an exciting event showcasing an array of work across a range of disciplines from local artists in order to raise money for artistic material, facilities and activities for the children
The Autumn term began with a calm and settled start.
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of Foxton Primary School. The Exhibition has been running successfully for a number of years.
Our Junior children have all been recruited as Officers on the School Council and have already made a difference across the school. Our Year 4 children have been elected as Chairs or Friends of Reed School Ambassadors. In Year 3, there are Officers responsible for Charities, Welcoming, Energy and
good role models, they will also be considering ways in which we can improve outdoor learning. We have already held our Open Afternoon but we welcome visits from prospective parents by appointment Contact: 01763 8830
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ROYSTON METHODIST CHURCH SG8 7AU presents
An Evening with Dave Bilbrough Dave is an international singer/songwriter drawing on folk roots and world music. In a warm anecdotal style he will share his music and life story in an evening that is fun and uplifting.
Saturday November 17th 2018, 7.30 pm
For tickets at £8 to include tea/coffee and biscuits contact Sue on 01763 243815 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org or on line at: www.ticketsource.co.uk/rmc
Therfield School Set in the idyllic village of Therfield. we teach approximately children across three classrooms. Our class sizes are small, with high adult/child ratios. Our talented teachers plan exciting lessons to deliver our creative curriculum. Our children are at the heart of everything that we do and we pride ourselves on our kind, nurturing environment. We spend as much time learning
outside, including weekly forest schooling. We have a strong community presence and lead a range of community projects to share our Gift of Giving. Lots of people think that the school must only serve the village of Therfield. But in fact at least half of our children live in Royston and surrounding villages. Did you know that we have limited spaces available in some year groups? Why not come and have a look at one of Royston’s best kept secrets?
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Wednesday 24th October 9:45-10:45 Why Choose Therﬁeld First School? Small, nurturing village school Small class sizes High adult/child ratio Exciting, creative curriculum High quality teaching Outstanding ‘new‛ Early Years outside area Forest schooling Strong community spirit
We take children from Royston and the surrounding villages. We also have limited spaces in other year groups. Ring the ofﬁce to book your 1:1 tour with the Head.
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Royston’s original Indian restaurant, the British Raj, has re-launched as an exclusive takeaway opposite Royston Railway Station. The restaurant was first opened in 1976 by my late Uncle Nazir Choudhury, through hard work & determination, he made this humble Royston eatery one of national acclaim – classed amongst the best Indo-Bangladeshi restaurants in Britain. Years of charitable work both for Royston & Bangladesh, visits from famous ‘Miss Anglia’ winners and outstanding reviews from top food critics left an incredible legacy. There has always been a yearning within our family to revive the Raj and it is an honour to bring back to Royston an unparalleled level of the very best Indian cuisine. Together with our award-winning head chef Mohibur Choudhury, we have crafted a creative menu with many familiar dishes and some unusual curry dishes which originate from the British Raj era of India – such as Railway Lamb Curry & Anardana Chicken. To introduce these unusual flavours, we will be hosting several tasting events in partnership with our friends from Cambridge Wine Royston at their newly refurbished Royston Gin Palace. The inaugural event was a success, diners enjoyed each unique course, expertly paired with a wine or gin & tonic. Our next event is to be held on Wednesday, 24th October. We would also like to announce during National Curry Week, we will be donating £1 from every takeaway to Royston Poppy Appeal. My team at British Raj Express invite you to experience our outstanding takeaway, with convenience of our own customer car park. We also offer a home delivery service covering Royston & villages.
I look forward to warmly welcoming you back!
73 Kneesworth Street • Royston • SG8 5AH (Opposite Royston Railway Station)
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New things are happening at The Three Tuns in Ashwell. Follow on Facebook or visit the website: www.threetunsashwell.com for more information.
As it is National Curry Week from the 22nd - 28th we thought we must mention our fantastic local Indian restaurants and takeaways. We haven’t managed to try them all yet, but do head over to our Facebook page and let us know how many you have tried, who do you think deserves a mention?
Spice Hut (Meldreth)
3 The Old Station House, Station Approach, High St, Meldreth. SG8 6JR 01763 262425 / 262636
The Royal Bengal
British Raj Express
Yuva Fine Fusion (Bassingbourn)
73 Kneesworth St, Royston, Herts SG8 5AH 01763 244544
7 Kneesworth St, Royston, Herts. SG8 5AQ 01763 243750 / 243780
4 George Lane, Royston, Herts. SG8 9AR 01763 249098 / 249338
55 High St, Royston, Herts SG8 9AW 01763 241471 / 236136
51 Old North Rd, Kneesworth St, Royston, Herts. SG8 5JL 01763 244259
Opening 30th September 35 Market Hill, Royston, Herts, SG8 9JU 01763 241992
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Ladies, you will be warmly welcomed at our meetings, which are held on the second Thursday of the month in Fellowship Hall next to the Picture Palace. Have you
I must say I probably spend a bit too much of my month’s wages on Indian Takeaways. My usual ‘go to’ is the Royston Tandoori as the food is always amazing. I’ve eaten out at The Royal Bengal and they are fantastic as well. However I’ve made it my personal mission to try all the ones listed so maybe I’ll get back to you once I have! #TLM
Swan House, High Street, Fowlmere, Herts. SG8 7SR 01763 208006
7 Baldock St, Royston, Herts. SG8 5AY 01763 246060
Sachins Indian (Fowlmere)
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INDIAN HOME DINING takeaway • delivery • catering
National Best Takeaway runner-up at British Curry Awards
Telephone (01763) 249098 • 249338 4 George Lane • Royston • Herts • SG8 9AR
ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes in the Registar’s Office? Sandra Highsted, who was Registrar in Hitchin will be taking about just that at our October meeting. On a recent visit to Kew Gardens we saw the magnificent newly restored glass house and we took the picture of the interior seen here. For more information, please contact: Eunice, 01763 23168 or Jean, 01763 298
Royston Ghost Walk Royston Ghost Walk is back. Meet at Kneesworth Street near Royston Railway Station for a haunting walk around Royston. Booking essential. £6 from Royston Library Royston Ghost Walk Tuesday 30th October at 7.30pm email@example.com
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From Tallulah’s Kitchen Butterscotch Tart
-1tsp vanilla essence -1tsp caramel essence -100ml semi skimmed milk
Hello my fellow foodies...
the pastry. When the pastry is completely cooked, remove from the oven and allow to cool completely.
Now we shall make the butterscotch filling. In a large pan melt the butter and sugar until Rub together the salt, butter and the flour to the sugar has dissolved completely, we are a sandy texture, then add one egg and a tiny aiming for a beautiful, silky smooth filling no This month dear reader I would like to mark lumps allowed! When you are happy that splash of ice cold water and mix together the change in seasons with one of my all the sugar is now in liquid form add all the to form a dough. Resist the temptation to favourite autumnal recipes. My Butterscotch overwork the mixing at this stage or you will flour and beat vigorously for 2-3 minutes to tart is quick and simple and can be served make tough “cardboard” like pastry instead cook out the starch granules. Next pop this in slices at grown up dinner parties, or cut of the light “just held together” texture we are mixture into a blender, add the essences into bitesized pieces to provide that sugar fix aiming for. Cling film and pop the pastry into and milk gradually and continue to blend sometimes required with an afternoon cuppa. the fridge for 30 minutes to cool and relax. until smooth. Pour this mixture carefully into It can even be dressed up completely with the pastry mix and set aside to cool at room When you are ready, roll out the pastry to a food colouring, icing and a little imagination depth of 2-3mm and line the tin finishing the temperature for 30 minutes. Cut into the and you have your Halloween centrepiece. desired sized pieces and decorate as you edges in your own preferred style. As you please - as you can tell I was feeling a little may be able to make out from the photo I So, let’s begin. You will need a 20cms or decadent when I last made this tart and a chose the cleaner, straight finish but crimp 8” loose bottomed round tin and the oven swirl of whipped cream and a sprinkling away if that is your preference. As always heated to 190°C of grated chocolate were just what was dear reader, the choice is yours. Now blind needed! Enjoy with lashings of steaming tea bake your case at 190°c. I prefer to do this Butterscotch Tart in two stages, the and good company. I would love to see how first with a layer of you choose to decorate your tarts, feel free to Pastry greaseproof paper send in a picture to The Listing. -250g Plain Flour and baking beans -125g Butter for approximately Next time, dear reader, I have a special -2 Eggs from happy bonfire treat of a recipe to share, which not 15 mins and for and healthy free the second stage I only tastes delicious but is really good fun to running hens remove the beans make...but I won’t spoil the surprise! and the paper and Until next time, -Splash of cold water then egg wash -Pinch of salt the pastry and bake for 10-12 Filling minutes. This I -175g Butter find, gives me the -175g Caster sugar best results for -175g Plain flour cooking, colouring -Pinch of salt and glazing and welcome to another bright and shiny edition of The Listing.
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Product of the month A pot of steaming chilli
A slow cooked Chilli is perfect for this time of year. The longer the mince is cooked the better the flavour. Why not try diced chuck steak as a replacement for mince – One Pot Cooking! Don’t forget ‘Curry Week 22nd – 28th October’ our authentic Madhuban sauces are featured as one of the best sauces on the market so why not give it a try?
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Traditional butchers offering great quality free range and local meat, poultry and game, at great value, every day, together with a large range of artisan cheeses, and delicatessen products. And, our renowned home made pies and handmade sausages including the original Royston Banger. Delivery Service into Royston and local villages *Free if into Royston with £25 minimum order
Open five days a week, from Tuesday to Saturday Open‘till 5pm Saturdays
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Hadham Brewery Hadham Brewing Company was established in 201 in Little Hadham. William Compton, with over twenty years brewing experience, came on board as brewer in 2016. Hadham Brewery is a ten barrel brewery, brewing just under 3,000 pints per brew.
Two beers are brewed: ‘First’ - a .0% amber-brown coloured bitter. It has a fruity, bitter-sweet body, and an aroma which is slightly spicy, with marmalade and caramel notes. ‘Gold’ is a shiny gold 3.7% ale which has a light bitter, hoppy citrus character, and pleasant floral aroma. The Icknield Way is one of the oldest highways in Britain, following the direction of a single soil type to which it lends its name – the Icknield Series. This band of land running from Lincolnshire to Dorset grows the very best malting barley in the world.
We use Icknield grown Maris Otter barley, carefully malted by hand at Warminster Maltings, Britain’s oldest working maltings, and pure spring water drawn from our own borehole. With the fantastic soil and climate in this part of England, the provenance of our spring water and raw materials, together with our brewing style, we have true brewing terroir here in the Hadhams. Quality water, malt and hops, expertly combined into wonderful ales and with exceptional customer service - we are building a tradition of our own, here in Little Hadham.
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Markets in October Orwell Pannier Market
Sandon Farmers’ Market
Linton Farmers & Crafts Market
Herts Country Market
1st Saturday monthly, Sat 6th October 10am - 12pm, Orwell Village Hall 1st Saturday monthly, Sat 6th October 9am - 12pm, Linton Village College
At Hadham, we use and believe in a term usually associated with winemaking – ‘terroir’. Terroir is how an area’s climate, soils, terrain and traditions combine to produce a unique product.
Fowlmere Farmers Market 2nd Saturday monthly, Sat 13th October 9am - 11.30am Fowlmere Village Hall
National Libraries week Hertfordshire Libraries are celebrating National Libraries Week with a whole programme of activities for adults and children.
At Royston Library children are invited to bring along a favourite toy for our Soft Toy Sleepover. After a story session, they can tuck their toys into bed and leave them with us overnight. Then pop back the following day to collect them and find out what they have been up to! Other activities running all week will include colouring and a word search for adults and children and activities based around the popular children’s character “Angry Cookie”. We shall also be inviting one of our local singing groups to perform in the library – details to follow soon on our Royston Library Facebook page. You may bump in to some of the local library staff at Tesco Extra on Monday 9th October when they have kindly agreed to us having a stall promoting services and handing out
freebies. Get Online Week During Get Online Week you will be able to pick up vital tips and information as Bernadette from NatWest gives a talk on Digital Safety. Other Get Online events are taking place around the County. Why don’t you “Try 1 Thing” online that you would usually do offline. As usual, throughout the month one to one bookable IT Taster sessions will be available helping you to get started with Computers or tablets and there are also sessions for the next steps. Soft Toy Sleepover Friday 12th October, 4.30pm
Get Online Event Friday 19th October,10.30am Details of all of our events and activities can be found at www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/ Libraries and on Facebook.
Wednesdays and Saturdays, From 8am, Corn Exchange, Royston
Every Wednesday and Saturday, 8am - approx. 3pm Market Hill, Royston
Davey’s Butchers Davey’s Butchers Christmas Hampers
32 Station Rd, Meldreth, Royston SG8 6JP | 01763 260193 Email orders to email@example.com For a full price list visit www.daveysbutchers.co.uk
Alternative Xmas Meat Pack £134.99
1.7-2kg Boned leg of Lamb, 1.5kg Boned Loin of Pork, 1.5 kg Topside Roasting joint, 6 x 8oz Prime Sirloin Steaks, 6 x 10-12oz Free range Garnett’s pork chops, 6 x 8oz Barnsley Lamb Chops 1.5kg Minced Beef, 8 x 7-8oz Chicken Fillets, 2 x 400gm Back Bacon, 2.3kg Family Pack of Meldreth sausages
Xmas Hamper One £109.99
Xmas Hamper Two £59.99
5.5 - 6kg Traditional farm 3-3.5 kg Turkey Crown fresh Local Turkey Covered with (12-13lbs oven ready) Streaky Bacon 360gm Jar of Goose Fat 360gm Jar of Goose Fat 16 Meldreth Luxury 16 Meldreth Luxury Pigs in Blankets Pigs In Blankets 500gm Meldreth Pork 500gm Pork sausage Meat Sausage Meat 1.5kg Beef Topside Joint 1lb Hand raised Pork Pie 1.5 kg Natural Suffolk Ham 500gm Sliced 2lb Hand Raised Pork Pie Gammon Ham
Xmas Hamper Three £134.99
3 Bird Roast (approx. weight 4.5 - 5kg) Stuffed Turkey Crown with Duck & Pheasant Breasts with a cranberry & chestnut stuffing, covered in Streaky Bacon, 16 Meldreth Luxury Pigs In Blankets, 1lb Meldreth Pork Sausage Meat, 360gm Jar of Goose Fat, Cheese Selection £29.99 No fancy packaging just quality award winning cheeses 2lb Hand raised Pork Pie, 240g Camembert, 300-325gm Black Bomber, 1.5k Natural Suffolk Ham, 225-250gm Red Dorset, 250-300gm Le Maubert Brie, 1.5 Kg Rolled Sirloin 200-220gm five Shires, 300-320gm Long Clawson Beef Roast Stilton, 200-225gm Cave age Wooky Hole, 200g Red Leicester, 200g Applewood
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What’s On... The Parenting Children Course Mon 1st & Mon 8th Oct 7.30-9.30pm The Old Bull Inn, 56 High St, SG8 9AW Join us at The Old Bull for five sessions to help equip you for the journey of parenthood. Most suitable for parents of children from 0-10 years. email@example.com
2019 Royston Pantomime Auditions
Mon 1st Oct, 7 - 9pm Drama Studio, Meridian School, Garden Walk, Royston SG8 7JH 7 - 8pm (age 12-15 years) 8 - 9pm (age 16+ years). The 2019 Royston Pantomime, Robinson Crusoe & The Pirates, will take place at the end of January. Auditions open to everyone. www.cadsroyston.org.uk
Exploring Acrylic Paints
Mon 1st Oct, 7 - 9.30pm No 3, Melbourn Street, Royston, SG8 7BP www.number3royston.co.uk
Drawing for beginners (two courses)
Tues 2nd October, 10am – 12.30pm Mondays, 15th, 22nd, 29th October, 7 – 9.30pm, 10am – 12.30pm No3, Melbourn Street, Royston, SG8 7BP As well as the regular crochet courses, we’re delighted to have Alison White back, teaching drawing and painting! www.number3royston.co.uk
Dodobones – Live at The Plough Shepreth
Thu 4th Oct, 8pm 12 High St, Shepreth, SG8 6PP More information: www.dodobones.co.uk
The Jewellery Clinic
Thu 4th Oct, 4 - 8pm The Old Bull Inn, 56 High St, SG8 9AW Pop in and meet us over a glass of prosecco! Chat about repairs and renovations, turning unwanted jewellery into cash, and own designs. Contact: 01462 743915
RSAT academy Open Evening
Thu 4th Oct, 6-8pm Greneway School, Garden Walk, SG8 7JF Our role is to continually strive to provide opportunities for our young people to want more for themselves, their families and their communities. That is our core purpose. Come along and find out more 01763 243650 for middle school 01763 242236 for upper school
Thu 4th Oct, 6-10pm Royston Bowling Club, 47 Green Drift, SG8 5BX Doors open 6pm, first race 7pm. £5 per person including jacket potatoes with chicken curry or cheese and beans served at 6.30pm. Advance ticket sales only. Contact Christine on 07799 626354 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your tickets.
Learn to Needle Felt
Thu 4th Oct, 7 - 9.30pm No 3, Melbourn Street, Royston, SG8 7BP With Alison White. Alison is a qualified art teacher and also a very lovely lady & we’ve had fantastic feedback from her courses. www.number3royston.co.uk
The Remarkable Rectors of Therﬁeld
Thu 4th Oct, 8 - 9.30pm Royston & District Local History Society. Richard Genochio will give an illustrated talk. Visitors welcome £2 Contact: 01763 242677
Cambridge Quilters’ Exhibition
Fri 5th, Sat 6th & Sun 7th Oct, 10am – 5pm Scotsdale Garden Centre, Great Shelford, CB22 5JT
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Entry £2.50 – accompanied children go free. Funds will be raised in aid of Cruse Bereavement Care and the Scotsdale Charitable Foundation. www.cambridgequilters.com
Coffee and Connect
Fri 5th Oct, 10.30am – 11.30am The Jolly Postie, 2 Baldock Street, Royston SG8 5AY An informal business networking event in the centre of Royston. Free to all members of the Royston Chamber of Commerce and £2.50 for non-members.
Foam free ﬂower arranging with Helen Allen
Sat 6th Oct, 9.30am – 12.30pm Letchworth Settlement, Nevells Rd, SG6 4UB Discover the secrets of arranging your flowers. The workshop costs £36 which includes all materials. Please bring a pair of good scissors, an apron and a bin-bag with you. www.letchworthsettlement.org.uk
Guilden Morden Food Fayre Sat 6th Oct, 10am – 2pm St Mary’s Church, Guilden Morden Over 18 artisan food stalls Breakfast, brunch & lunch Entry £1.
Sat 6th Oct, 10am – 4pm Fish Hill Square, Royston Activities include: pirate treasure trail, pirate scratch art pictures, pirate ship plate kits and more! Free family fun day event sponsored by Royston First.
19th Book Weekend
Sat 6th Oct, 10am – 5pm Sun 7th Oct, 2 - 5pm St.Mary’s Church, Mill St, Ashwell, SG7 5LY Come and browse and buy from the hundreds of books on offer at bargain prices. You can also leave your unwanted books in the church porch. www. stmarysashwell.org.uk/what/future.htm
Royston Lions Fish & Chip Lunch and Bingo
Sat 6th Oct, 12.30 - 2.30pm Market Hill Rooms, Fish Hill, SG8 9DW For Senior Citizens. Tickets £7. Bookings: 07594 626311
Nearly New Sale
Sat 6th Oct, 2.30pm Cambridge Regional College, Kings Hedges Rd, Milton, CB4 2QT Preloved parent and baby goods for sale. www.nctcambridge.org
The Michael Goodsell Memorial Race Night
Sat 6th Oct, 7 - 10pm Reed Village Hall, Blacksmith’s Ln, SG8 8AX Supper and Licenced Bar. With Friends of Reed Church. Contact: 01763 848029
Sun 7th Oct, 3.30 - 5.30pm Royston Parish Church, SG8 7BL A short service for all the family followed by tea and cake.
Volunteer Centre Drop In Session
Tue 9th Oct, 10am – 12pm Royston Library Market Hill, SG8 9JN Come in to find out about volunteering in the local area. www.vcbroxbourne.org.uk
Braughing Sing ‘Bring a Buddy’
Tue 9th Oct, 7.30 - 9pm The Jenyns School, Braughing, SG11 2QJ Braughing Sing is running a ‘Bring a Buddy’ session on Tuesday October 9th. We will have two singing sessions and an interval with cakes and tea. www.braughingsing.com
Arun Ghosh Quintet
Thu 11th Oct, 7 - 8pm Hidden Rooms, Jesus Ln, CB5 8BA Winner of ‘Jazz Instrumentalist of the Year’ at the 2014 Parliamentary Jazz Awards, Arun captivates audiences and critics with his passionate and dynamic performance style, eloquent musical expression and charismatic rock ‘n’ roll spirit. www.cambridgejazz.org
National Libraries Week – Soft Toy Sleepover
Fri 12th Oct, 4.30pm Royston Library, Market Hill, SG8 9JN Children are invited to bring along a favourite toy for our Soft Toy Sleepover. They can tuck their toys into bed and leave them with us overnight. Then pop back the following day to collect them and find out what they have been up to! www.hertfordshire.gov.uk
Acrylic painting with Hashim Akib Fri 12th Oct, 8 - 10pm Market Hill Rooms, Fish Hill, SG8 9DW Hashim Akib will demonstrate his skilful art of acrylic painting for Royston Art Society, with the subject being a street scene. Hashim always produces high quality work. Non members £3 including refreshments. Contact: 01763 246168
Introduction to Cross Stitch
Sat 13th Oct, 10am – 12pm No3, Melbourn Street, Royston, SG8 7BP www.number3royston.co.uk
Lino Printing with Anne Marike Put from Curwen Print Study Centre
Sat 13th Oct, 1.30 - 4.30pm Letchworth Settlement, Nevells Rd, SG6 4UB Cut into and then print an image from a 150X150mm square Lino block. Use masking techniques to produce multicolour prints from your one block. Water based inks are being used. www.curwenprintstudy.co.uk
Sat 13th Oct, 6.30pm Royston Bowls Club,Green Drift, SG8 5BX Hosted by The Parish Church of St. John the Baptist There will be a hot supper. Bring plate, bowl, knife, fork and spoon, there will also be a bar. Adults £5-50 and children / concessions £4-50.
Reed Pop-up Pub
Sat 13th Oct, 6.30pm Reed Village Hall, Blacksmith’s Ln, SG8 8AX The Save the Cabinet Action group presents another of its popular Pop-up Pub nights. www.savethecabinet.uk
Khandel Light Ceilidh
Sat 13th Oct, 7.30pm Great Chishill Villlage Hall Tickets £18(ticket price includes supper). For more information: 07966 204582
Royston Folk Club ‘Showcase’ Fri 14th Oct, 7pm The Old Bull Inn, 56 High St, SG8 9AW Featuring the ‘Young Artists Competition 2018’ supported by Creative Royston and a line-up including Odette Michel and Kevin Hunt. £4 (£3 performers) £2 under 25s www.roystonfolk.org
Tannery Drift First School Open Afternoon
Mon 15th Oct, 1.15 – 2.45pm Come see our school at work! email@example.com
Tue 16th Oct, 8pm Icknield Walk First School, Royston The testimonials you will hear and the people you will meet during the evening will enable you to learn, at first hand,
the value of your contribution in helping families recover from times of crisis. firstname.lastname@example.org
Icknield Walk First School Open Morning
Fri 19th Oct, 9.30am – 10.30am Icknield Walk First School, Royston No appointments are necessary. Our nursery provides flexible sessions from 8.30am until 3.30pm. We have a Breakfast Club and After School Club that offers wrap around and school holiday care. www.icknieldwalk.herts.sch.uk
Get Online Week - Digital Safety Talk
Fri 19th Oct, 10.30am Royston Library Market Hill, SG8 9JN You will be able to pick up vital tips and information as Bernadette from NatWest gives a talk on Digital Safety. Why don’t you “Try 1 Thing” online that you would usually do offline. www.hertfordshire.gov.uk
Wildlife Trust Wildlife Gardening talk
Fri 19th Oct, 7.45 - 9.30pm Market St, Ely CB7 4LS oin the Wildlife Trust’s Iain Webb as he explains the many diverse ways to improve gardens for wildlife and, in so doing, enormously increase the interest and pleasure to be gained from our own patch. www.wildlifebcn.org/events
The Men’s Breakfast
Sat 20th Oct, 8.30am Foxton Village Hall, Hardman Rd, CB22 6RN An opportunity to meet new and old friends and reach out to others in our local community. A donation is usually made to a charity of our speaker’s choice as all talks are made voluntarily. We ask for about £7 to cover costs of food and hire of the hall. Any remaining sums are paid to the charity. email@example.com
Guilden Morden in the Great War
Sat 20th & Sun 21st Oct, 10am – 4pm Guilden Morden Parish Church SG8 0LH An exhibition commemorating the involvement of the village. Free entry.
Watercolour Workshop with Ian McManus, IEA
Sat 20th Oct, 10am – 4pm Hinxworth Village Hall, Francis Road, SG7 5HL Come and develop your painting skills under the guidance of one of East Anglia’s leading watercolour artists. Both beginners and experienced artists welcome. Fee of £25 for the day inc. refreshments. Booking essential: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lucies’ Boutique – Preloved Chidren’s and Maternity Wear Sale Sat 20th Oct, 12.30 - 4pm Market Hill Rooms, Fish Hill, Royston We stock quality second hand & new, maternity, baby & children’s clothes & Shoes (0 – 5 years), designer to high street, all in nearly new condition. email@example.com.
Orwell Antique & Vintage Fair Sun 21st Oct, 10am – 4pm 32-66 High St, Orwell, Royston SG8 5QN Antiques & vintage stalls, tea and cake! £1 entry. www.ruralmagpie.co.uk
Clare Teal and her BIG Mini Big Band – Swings the Thing
Sun 21st Oct, 7.45pm Cambridge Arts Theatre 6 St Edward’s Passage, CB2 3PJ The multi award winning jazz artist Clare Teal will bring her new for 2018 Swings the Thing show to Cambridge this Autumn, complete with her mini big band. www.cambridgeartstheatre.com
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Family Friendly Events
Early Christmas Fair
Tue 23rd Oct, 10am – 3.30pm Fanhams Hall Road, Ware SG12 7PZ Coffee, bar, light lunches, free parking. www.redcross.org.uk/hertschristmasfair
Therﬁeld First School Open Morning
Wed 24th Oct, 9.45am – 10.45am Therfield First School, The Causeway, SG8 9PP Small, nurturing village school Small class sizes High adult/child ratio Exciting, creative curriculum High quality teaching Outstanding ‘new’ Early Years outside area Forest schooling Strong community spirit We take children from Royston and the surrounding villages. www.therfield.herts.sch.uk
Green Fingers Garden Club
Wed 24th Oct, 7.15pm Coombes Community Centre, Burns Rd, Royston SG8 5PT A talk by Rodney Tibbs “Your own mediterranean Climate”. New members welcome. Contact: 01763 244424
Georgia Mancio / Kate Williams Quartet
Thu 25th Oct, 7 - 8pm Hidden Rooms, Jesus Ln, Cambridge CB5 8BA A collection of songs, old and newly co-written, arranged for trio and voice and linked by the concept of finding home. www.cambridgejazz.org
Film Night – Orwell Film Club Thu 25th Oct, 7.30pm High St, Orwell, SG8 5QN At all film showings there is tea or coffee with biscuits and occasionally complementary drinks on special evenings. Guests £3 per film, membership £6 pa.
Fri 26th Oct, 5.30 - 7.30pm The Old Bull Inn, 56 High St, SG8 9AW Join us for an informal catch up after work! Venues change each month, check below as to where we’ll be. firstname.lastname@example.org
Spooky Spectacular with Disco
Sat 27th Oct, 7pm Melbourn Hub 30 High St, SG8 6DZ Spooky Spectacular with Disco and licensed bar. Tickets £5, 01763 263303
Putting On the Ritz
Sat 27th Oct, 7.30pm Steeple Morden Village Hall Hay Street, SG8 0PE The Morden Players are hosting a 20s, 30s and 40s evening of live music and dancing with cocktails and canapés. A chance to dress up and be transported back in time to an age of glamour. Tickets £15 from Steeple Morden Post Office
Melbourn Ghost Walk
Sun 28th Oct, 6.30pm Melbourn Hub 30 High St, SG8 6DZ Melbourn Amateur Dramatics Society (MADS) in conjunction with The Melbourn Community Hub. Join us if you dare! Tickets £8 per person, 07513 457845
Royston Folk Club Concert
Fri 28th Oct, 7pm The Old Bull Inn, 56 High St, SG8 9AW Featuring the brilliant 3folk’ supported by award-winning songstress Melody Causton. £13 (£11 in advance) £2 under 25s. www.roystonfolk.org
Mon 29th Oct, 12 - 1.30pm The Old Bull Inn, 56 High St, SG8 9AW Are you finding it hard to afford the extra meals during holidays? Bring kids for lunch and fun. Free. No questions asked.
Supporting Children and Young People with loss and Bereavement Tue 30th Oct, 6.30 - 8.30pm Letchworth Centre for Healthy Living Hitchin Rd, Letchworth, SG6 3NA The aim of this session is to discuss the impact of bereavement and loss, including divorce and separation.
Royston Ghost Walk
Tue 30th Oct, 7.30 - 8.30pm Royston Train Station, Royston SG8 5AG Local author and paranormal investigator will lead you on a spooky trail around Royston visiting over 20 locations. Cost is £6 each – tickets are strictly limited and are available from Royston Library. email@example.com
Children’s Halloween Party
Wed 31st Oct Times to follow Melbourn Hub 30 High St, SG8 6DZ Children’ s Halloween Party. Tickets £5. Be the best dressed! 01763 263303
Wed 31st Oct, 5.30 - 7pm Coombes Community Centre, Burns Rd, Royston SG8 5PT A fun party for ages 4 to 11 (and their families); games, craft, disco, food. “No tricks but lots of treats!” All free of charge! Organised by Churches Together in Royston and District. firstname.lastname@example.org
THROUGHOUT THE MONTH Wednesday Walk
Wednesdays, 11am – 1pm Wimpole Estate, Arrington SG8 0BW Join us for a different walk each week, showing off some of the best views, woodland paths and secret seats in and around Wimpole’s parkland.
Healthy Walking at Wandlebury
Thursdays 10am – 11am Wandlebury Country Park Stapleford, CB22 3AE Keep fit and greet the changing of the season by joining our healthy walkers this April for one of our Walking for Health accreditedf sociable walks around the park. Meet at the Stable Rooms at 10am for a longer walk or 10.30am for a shorter stroll. www.cambridgeppf.org/whats-on
Royston Health Walks
Wednesdays 1.30pm Baldock Rd, Royston SG8 5BG Royston Health Walks is a social walking group. We are very welcoming and friendly and pride ourselves in being positively inclusive and non-cliquey. We walk at a leisurely pace over Therfield Heath, have a chat and then go for refreshments in the café. Everyone regardless of age, level of fitness and in principle state of health can get something from walking with us. The walks are free and accompanied children and dogs are welcome. email@example.com
Junior Park Run
Sundays, 10am – 11am Wimpole Estate, Arrington SG8 0BW Weekly free 2k timed run for 4-14 year olds. www.parkrun.org.uk/wimpoleestatejuniors/
6 Oct – 3 Feb 2019 Museum opening times Saffron Walden Museum, Museum St, CB10 1JL A display of creative textiles inspired by the museum’s collections by the Eastern Region Textile Forum. www.saffronwaldenmuseum.org
Ladds, 21 High Street, Royston You might not want to think about Christmas just yet, but what better place to start ! Come and see for yourself what an extensive range we have, including : Cake decorations & accessories Pens, pencils, stationery, art equipment Small leathergoods, diaries & calendars
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Early Christmas Fair
makes the weekend! With so much choice on my doorstep in Royston, Safwaan is always on hand at Royston Tandoori to never disappoint on a delivery with a smile! And our favourite dining in venue is Ashiana Spice, Shah has looked after us for many years and always finds us a table on busy nights! Weâ€™re looking forward to tying out our two new local venues soon British Raj and the Lounge Diner and venturing out to our villages for that special occasionâ€Ś. #TLM
Early Christmas Fair
Fanhams Hall, Ware SG12 7PZ Tuesday 23 October 2018, 10am - 3.30pm
Fanhams Hall, Ware SG12 7PZ Tuesday 23 October 2018, 10am - 3.30pm
Entrance ÂŁ4 online* or ÂŁ4.50 on the door Coffee, Bar and Light Lunches Free parking 30 stalls selling quality goods such as; ladies clothing, shoes, jewellery & accessories plus much more For further details contact 01992 585969
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The British Red Cross Society, incorporated by Royal Charter 1908, is a charity registered in England and Wales (220949) , Scotland (SCO37738) and Isle of Man (0752)
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Rotary Round Up
tickets including online at Stand-byIn September, more than 20*Book charities, www.redcross.org.uk/hertschristmasfair Royston Rotarians enjoyed me Bereavement Support. a great walking weekend inRed Cross Society, incorporated by Royal Charter 1908, The British To learnand more about, the a charity registered in England Wales (220949) Scotland the Isle of Wight. We islike to (SCO37738) and Isle of Man (0752) Swimathon and download an keep fit! entry form visit www.roystonrotary.com The next big event is our or call organiser Howard Swimathon on Sunday 14th Peacock on 07711 7170 October at the Leisure Centre. Teams of 6 swim in relays for an hour to raise sponsorship â€“ half will go to your charity or special project, and half to Rotary
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My Local Life Lyndsey Woods
day is when I know I have done my job well. What can be better than spending your days with dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs and even chickens?!!
Lyndsey Woods is the owner of LW Petcare, a company that offers friendly and professional dog walking, pet transportation and pet minding services, covering Royston and surrounding villages.
What is your favourite way to spend a Sunday? I often work on Sundays but I usually get a chance to watch my ten year old son play rugby. He plays for Royston Rugby club and I really enjoy watching him train or play matches. The rugby crowd are a nice bunch of people and the breakfast and coffee at the Heath is excellent, so even in the rain it makes it all worthwhile.
Whatâ€™s your name? Lyndsey Woods Where do you live? Royston What is your favourite local shop? Dhesi store on Icknield Walk - for a small local shop they seem to have everything, its like Aladdinâ€™s Cave in that place and Steve and his staff are so friendly and helpful.
Most memorable Royston experience? Sledging on the heath in the snow everyone seems to come together in the snow and enjoy the hills of Royston.
What makes you happy?
For me it has to be that doing a job you love is more important than one of real financial gain. Material things have no real value, happiness does :-)
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Four people you would invite to dinner?
Literally everything! I have never been so passionate about a job, working with animals full time is something I have always wanted to do. Taking tired dogs home knowing they have had a brilliant
Pet of the Month Dobi is a 2 year old medium crossbreed boy. Stunning looking and incredibly intelligent, needing an owner happy to continue training and brain games with him. Heâ€™d suit an only dog home, with
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What has been the most valuable life lesson that you have learnt?
Apart from Pinot Grigio?!....Sunshine, music, animals and my family and friends. Being outside generally makes me happy - being out with dogs and watching them play makes me very happy.
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Roystonâ€™s Evergreen Club The Royston Evergreen Club has just celebrated its 0th Anniversary.
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The group meets every Wednesday. Our afternoons are very relaxed. Lots of friendly chatter and plenty of laughs. We recently celebrated our anniversary with lunch at The Jolly Postie enjoyed by all our members. The Committee endeavour to Masonic Hall, Jepps Lane make our meetings interesting Every Wednesday 2-pm
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Think Garden, Think Richard Garden Focus... Garden Styles selection Melbourn garden designer, Richard Arnott To continue my series of articles for 2018, Designing with Plants, I am going to look at working with what you’ve got when starting to develop your garden. It can be useful when moving to a new home to live with the garden for a year and observe what plants you get through the seasons. It is always a shame to throw plants away. Here are few things to think about: Existing boundary planting always needs looking at when you move to a new garden. We have a strong obsession with where our boundaries start and finish in this country and privacy from our neighbours. However there is no need for our boundaries to be lined with rows of conifers because we lack the imagination. Have a good look at what you have and whether it works. A pretty fence with climbing roses mixed with clematis can be very effective. Or for a striking more contemporary look, pleached trees can look great. Equally you may have a neglected
collection of shrubs that provide good screening but require some regenerative pruning to regain control of their width and height. I love to use a mixture of evergreen and deciduous native shrubs that provide interest and encourage wildlife. Things such as Viburnum opulus, Euonymus europaeus and prunus spinosus to name just a few. So often I see the domineering leylandii hedge that is too tall and too wide. They are easy to plant and easy to neglect! Managed properly they are effective although never high on my list. If you really want a conifer why not try Thuja plicata, it is slower growing and produce a much finer hedge with pineapple scented foliage. Specimen plants within the garden should always be treasured. I often see cork screw hazels lost amongst a mixture of larger more vigorous shrubs. Bad pruning and wrong companion planting means that the impact of this specimen becomes lost. Specimen planting can also take the form of a focal point tree or shrub with architectural foliage or good autumn colour. When looking at a new garden design project for the first time I am always assessing the existing planting for so called “garden worthy plants!” I remember designing a garden in Cambridge around a particularly old specimen Cotoneaster lacteus and despite this being very restrictive for the design it made the most of a lovely specimen plant. Salvageable planting is always on my radar too when I am assessing a new design. If there is an opportunity to salvage plants that
fit the style of the new garden design then take it. A good way is to dig a holding bed and move salvageable perennials and smaller shrubs into shallow trenches and heel them in ready for reusing. This is best carried out in the dormant season. Most hardy perennials, grasses, bulbs, and smaller shrubs will happily move. It is also a great opportunity to divide larger perennial clumps to produce more plants! Plants in the wrong place offer another great opportunity for the keen eyed gardener. Look out too for shade lovers planted in the sunshine. They maybe just about tolerating life in the sun but are they really thriving? The classic example of this is the sunny herbaceous mixed plant border that may have started out life with all the best intentions but as the shrubs grow and shade out the perennials they will struggle to gain the light and water they need to thrive. Borrowed views are very often over looked if you excuse the pun! Specimen trees such as a copper beech in a neighbour’s garden can still be admired and appreciated from your side too. Consider also views of the wider landscape beyond your own. For more in depth plant advice or garden design help please get in touch
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WI AM This month we welcomed Tingting He, a representative from Tiptree Jams. She gave an excellent talk about the company, which was founded by Arthur Charles Wilkin in 188 when the first preserves were made. Tiptree grows their own fruit and select varieties from around the world. The farm is the size of 500 football pitches! At the farm they run
tours and close by is the Jam Museum. We enjoyed the tasting session and at the end of the meeting members were able to purchase some of the products. WI AM meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at the Market Hill Rooms, Visitors are welcome. Pat Morritt, 01763 661627
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Royston Rugby Club There has never been a better time than 2018 to be a member of Royston Rugby Club.
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England player and menâ€™s coach Hannah Gallagher.
Finally the highlight of the year so far has to be our menâ€™s With both Mens and Womenâ€™s 1st team who took home the 1st XV squads being promoted coveted â€˜menâ€™s team of the year awardâ€™ at the National at the end of the 2017/18 Rugby awards in August. season, touch producing regional representation and New players, returning mini and youth sides ever on players are always welcome the increase itâ€™s little wonder to all sections of the club. the club were finalists at the For regular updates follow National Rugby awards for our Facebook page @ Club of the Year. roystonrugbyclub or Insta @ roystonrugby. The club is keen on inclusion and a family/community Mini and Youth train on atmosphere. This was the Sunday mornings from focus of a community day 9:30, girls rugby (u9s and back in July when the club above) train Wednesday hosted a rugby day camp for nightâ€™s 6:30-7:30pm. Touch free in the summer holidays which saw 100 local children Rugby (minimal contact) is attend to be coached by Wednesdayâ€™s 7:30-9pm.
Adult rugby runs Tuesdays and Thursdays with Menâ€™s training 7:30-9pm and Women 7-8pm
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Wellbeing Home-Start Matters Literary Lunch Local entertainer and HomeStart’s Poet in Residence Jude Simpson hosts a chat with Gavin Clayton and Tom Sparke, the author and illustrator of children’s book ‘Brollo’ Tickets about the difference we are making to families in our local £15 community. RSVP by Friday Quiz Night 12th October 2018. Home-Start are hosting a quiz night on Saturday 20th October. We welcome teams of sixPlease reserve tickets by Thursday 18th October. £12.50 per person to include your ploughman’s supper.
Remember to get involved in The Rotary Swimathon on Sunday 14th October 6-10pm. at Royston Leisure Centre 50% of money raised goes to Home-Start. Literary Lunch Tuesday 2nd October 12.1pm The Old Bull Inn
Tickets available from: Home-Start Royston & South Quiz Night Cambridgeshire, Unit 6, Valley Farm, Station Fowlmere Village Hall, SG8 7RY Road, Meldreth, Herts, SG8 6JP Saturday 20th October 7.30pm
Home-Start AGM Home-Start Royston & South Cambridgeshire invites you to join us for our Annual General Meeting. This will be a perfect opportunity for you to hear
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Roysia Women’s Club July’s speakers were Brenda Hurley on her life as a dressmaker and Colin Daniels talking about the Macular Society which supports people affected by central vision loss.
and quiz. Our first meeting after the August break was followed by two speakers. Margaret Rogers told us about her trip ‘From the Isles of Scilly to Lindisfarne’ and then Jenny During July we enjoyed a lovely Gibbs spoke on ‘An English Woman’s Life in Rural Turkey’, day trip to Spalding. We also held a coffee morning later in New members are always the month in aid of the Macular welcome and we meet in the Society. We ended July with Town Hall on Monday 8-10pm. an excellent Summer Social, Please contact Wendy Pearce, enjoying a fish and chip supper 01763 231381
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Mandy Jinkerson community champion at Tesco Extra Royston was delighted to present a cheque for ÂŁ2,900 for Age UK Royston 10 - 3 club. Tesco Extra Royston customers were given the opportunity to
vote with blue tokens everytime they shopped in store. Clients and staff at the Royston club were overwhelmed by the local support. The money means that they can get out and about more and some trips have been organised outside of Royston. Age UK Hertfordshire offer weekly 10-3 clubs providing a warm & welcoming space for local older people. tesco.com/bagsofhelp
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Halloween makeup guide Halloween is a fun time of year for those of us who love to play dress up. Last year I decided to go for a simple Halloween costume and makeup. The makeup was so simple to do that you can put it together in a matter of minutes.
colour closer to the outer crease then lighter as I came out. I then applied a gold flake glitter to the inner corner.
All you need is some eyeshadow with red, pinks or purples and a darker lipliner, ideally a deep purple.
If you want to challenge yourself further try adding a scar through the eye. This may look daunting but I promise you it’s not! All I used was ripped tissue, cotton wool and eyelash glue. Using the eyelash glue I stuck the tissue and cotton wool in a line across my eye. Once dry I used a small eyeshadow brush with some brown and red around the edges.
First I took a red and brushed it under my eye starting with darker colour closer to the bottom of my eye and getting lighter as I went down. I found trial and error with colours was needed. Then I took the lip liner and created veins around my eye. After I used a glitter shadow and outlined the veins. For the top of my eye I did the same with a darker
Never sung in a choir before but fancy giving it a go? Or maybe you sang in the past and would like to again? Braughing Sing is running a ‘Bring a Buddy’ session on Tuesday October 9th. Choir members will be bring a chum along to have a try out with the choir. We will have two singing sessions and an interval with cakes and tea. Do come along with a buddy or by yourself
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