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ARRINGTON GARDEN CENTRE & CAFE
Fresh Cut Christmas Trees Top quality Nordmann Fir and Norway Spruce Wreaths, Table Arrangements, Holly and Mistletoe
A warm welcome awaits you in our Café with hot food, sandwiches, cakes, hot & cold drinks and seasonal specials
for Christmas OPENING TIMES: Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm & Sunday 10:30am to 4:30pm CHRISTMAS OPENING TIMES Christmas Eve - Monday 24th December 9am to 4pm Saturday 29th December 10am to 3pm Sunday 30th December 10:30am to 3pm New Years Eve - Monday 31st December 10am to 3pm CLOSED Christmas Day, Boxing Day, 27th & 28th December and New Year’s Day
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The festive season is finally upon us, and along with the rest of Royston we are eagerly preparing for Christmas. This issue is filled with many festivities from Christmas offers, markets and much more.
Monday 10th December
This month we feature some Festive Things to do in and around Royston featuring favourite events such as Royston Cave by Candlelight, the Christmas Winter Fair, Rudolph’s Christmas Trail and Barley Christmas Market. Santa will be making his rounds from 7th December, you can find out when he will be coming to you on page 19. Christmas to us, as well as celebrating as a community, is about our families and our ‘The Listing Mentions’ this month gives some fabulous ideas about where to buy your loved ones presents in and around Royston. Finally, look out for our ‘star’ appearances in singer Joe Rose’s lively video, hot on the YouTube press, in aid of Home-Start ... you can see the music video on our website! We hope you have the most amazing Christmas, and a Happy New Year. It truly is the most wonderful time of year!
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8 Dec 12 Dec 5 Jan 12 Jan 1 Mar 2 Mar 8 Mar 12 Mar 16 Mar 3 Apr 18 Apr 25 May
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Lincoln Christmas Market St Albans Christmas Market Windsor Castle (Meghan’s Dress) Milton Keynes Shopping Spring Knitting & Stitching Show – Olympia Spring Knitting & Stitching Show – Olympia Crufts Dog Show – Working & Pastoral Norwich Sewing for Pleasure – NEC Ideal Home Show Highclere Castle- Downton Abbey Chelsea Flower Show Saturday Full Day
£26.00 £19.50 £42.50 £19.00 £33.00 £33.00 £42.50 £19.50 £37.50 £33.00 £38.00 £88.00
Theatre Shows & Special Events (Stalls or Dress Circle) 10 Jan Swan Lake – London Coliseum – Matinee £74.00 12 Jan Robin Hood – Milton Keynes – Matinee £40.00 9 Feb Strictly The Live Tour O2 Arena – Eve £75.00 10 Feb *Strictly The Live Tour O2 Arena – Eve £75.00 16 Feb Wicked – Saturday Matinee £65.00 17 Feb Cirque Du Soleil – Totem – Sunday Mat £82.00 6 Mar 9 to 5 The Musical – Matinee £65.00 6 Mar The Lion King – Mat Senior £57.50/Adult£65.00 14 Mar Motown – Matinee £65.00 14 Mar The Bodyguard – Milton Keynes Matinee £49.00 15 Mar Brick Lane - Irish Music Show – Inc Tea £59.00 17 Mar Lets Face the Music – RAH Matinee £67.50 20 Mar *Only Fools & Horses The Musical – Mat £75.00 21 Mar Aladdin The Musical – Matinee £59.50 21 Mar All About Eve – Matinee £70.00 24 Mar Classical Spectacular RAH Inc Lunch £89.00 2 Apr 9 to 5 The Musical – Evening £65.00 2 Apr The Lion King – Evening £70.00 17 Apr *Only Fools & Horses The Musical – Eve £75.00 15 May Waitress The Musical – Matinee £65.00 4 Jun * Rod Stewart – Milton Keynes Theatre £135.00 12 Jun Only Fools & Horses The Musical – Mat £75.00 13 Jun *Westlife – O2 Arena £99.00 22 Jun *Billy Joel – At Wembley Stadium £130.00 23 Jun *The Eagles – Wembley Stadium £140.00 28 Jun Brick Lane Music Hall – Summertime £59.00 29 Jun *P!NK – At Wembley Stadium £140.00 25 Jul On Your Feet – Matinee £65.00 17 Sep *Tina The Musical – Evening £65.00 *Trumpington Park & Ride only Coach Tours 25 Feb Warners Nidd Hall 5 Days £395 18 Mar Warners Alvaston Hall 5 Days £395 19 Apr Easter in the Peaks 4 Days £345 28 Apr Devon & Cornwall Spring Gardens 5 Days £475 6 May Warners Holme Lacy 5 Days £465 27 May The Severn Valley 5 Days £430 2 Jun Liverpool & Manchester Ship Canal 5 Days £425 6 Jun Chatsworth Flower Show 3 Days £290 15 Jun Eastbourne 8 Days £599 26 Jun Ireland – Killarney & Ring of Kerry 7 Days £715 8 Jul Gardens & Trains Of Wales 5 Days £445 28 Jul Firth of Forth Steam & Cruise 6 Days £575 5 Aug Warners Bembridge – Isle of Wight 5 Days £495 24 Sep Isle of Man 6 Days £640 Price per person sharing a twin/double. Single supplements may apply
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Viewings are by timed ticket only. Last entry 1.30pm • Accompanied children only • No wheelchair access or pushchair access • No pets allowed (except registered guide dogs)
Lots of stalls to visit... Cakes Pickles Mincemeat Wreaths Candles Cheese Charcuterie Tea Children’s Clothes Christmas Eve Boxes
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Out & About Festive fun in royston & Around Christmas truly is the most wonderful time of the year, it’s the perfect time to make special memories with family and loved ones. In Royston and our surrounding villages, we are lucky to have so much going on at this time of year. Take a look below at some of our ideas and make sure to check out our What’s On Guide for even more events!
Royston Cave by Candlelight
Sat 1st December, 10am - 2pm Tickets only available on the day from The Royston Information Centre in the Library. £3 adult, £1.50 child. Cash only.
Christmas Winter Fair
Fish Hill Square, Royston Sat 1st December, 10am- 4pm Lots of stalls from cakes, candles, wreaths and more! Mulled wine for sale too!
in his grotto and his elves will be providing activities to entertain the children, thanks to the Friends of Barley and Barkway Schools!
Meridian School Christmas Fair The Meridian School, Garden Walk Sun 2nd December, 11am-3pm
Free entry, Santa’s Grotto, Tombola and refreshments!
Carol Concert with the Ad Hoc Singers Fowlmere United Reformed Church, SG8 7SA Sun 2nd December, 3pm The Ad Hoc Singers present a selection of carols for Advent and Christmas, with mince pies and mulled wine. Free entry
Studlands Rise Christmas Fair Studlands Rise First School Fri 7th December, 5.30 – 7.30pm
Visit the St John Baptist Ashwell at Christmas Parish Church, Christmas Tree Various locations in Ashwell Melbourn Street, Royston, SG8 7BP Sat 1st December, 10am – 4pm Come along and enjoy some festive refreshments and hang a bauble on the tree in memory of a loved one.
Barley Christmas Market Barley Townhouse, SG8 8JP Sat 1st December, 11am-4pm For the second time Santa will be joining us
Sat 8th December, 9.30am – 2.30pm Christmas Fair at St Mary’s Church. Winter Wonderland at the URC. Live Advent Calendar windows and much more!
Royston Rudolph Trail
Fish Hill Square Sat 8th December, 10am – 4pm Look out for Rudolph around Royston Town!
No3 Christmas Craft Fairs
Coombes Community Centre Sat 8th December, 12 – 5pm Over 30 stalls of high-quality, hand-crafted gifts plus tearoom!
Market Hill Royston Sat 15th December, 8am - approx. 3pm All your favourite market stalls, live music, hot chesnuts and more! Win a Christmas Hamper donated by market traders!
Christmas Messy Church Royston Methodist Church Sun 16th December, 3.30 – 5.30pm Adults and accompanied children of all ages are welcome to come along and enjoy creative Christmas crafts, a short celebration service and a meal shared together.
Celebrate Christmas at Royston Fire Station Royston Fire Station Mon 17th December, 4.30 – 6.30pm Celebrate Christmas at the Royston Fire Station this December.
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White Christmas in Royston When Bing Crosby recorded ‘White Christmas’ in 1942 which Irving Berlin wrote, it sold over 50 million copies and went on to become the worlds biggest selling single of all time. A White Christmas is defined as ‘one snowflake on December 25th somewhere in the UK’. According to the Met Office this has happened 38 times in the last 54 years. But a proper White Christmas like in the song has only occured 4 times in the last 54 years. If we do experience a White Christmas this year it is doubtful whether it would match the UK’s greatest snowstorm of 1836 as described by Alfred Kingston 1983 book Fragments of Two Centuries. ‘The great snowstorm of 1836 was even more memorable than the two preceding storms of 1799 and 1814, for its suddeness, its extent and the increased number of stagecoaches “on the road” at that time, which suffered from the interpution of traffic. It commenced to snow on the night of Christmas Eve and snowed all day Sunday and the next day. No snowstorm in Great Britain for the previous hundred years equalled its violence and extent. On the
26th, the wind increased to a hurricane, and in the night the fall of snow was from four to six feet, while the drifts were 20/30 feet in depth. The storm spread all over Europe, and in this island all communication was cut off for a week. No coach got through from Cambridge until the following Thursday. Many a Christmas party that Christmas were minus their guests, for coaches were ‘snowed up’ all over the land. There were three coaches almost in sight of each other placed in and around Royston. One coach was stuck fast in the snow at the Cross in the centre of town; another just below the present railway bridge, and another at the bottom of Kneesworth House. All of the coaches were on the way to London at the time. The unfortunate passengers were obliged to spend Christmas in Royston as best they could. For a whole week no mail coach went into or came from London through Buntingford and Royston.
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Nowadays shopping for Christmas can be hard and we usually resort to buying a lot online. Here we’ve listed some of our ideas of where you can get presents for loved ones locally
• WHSmith • Lordsman Voucher • Cambridge Wine
For Loved ones... • HC Jewellers • Godshaws • Tres Belle
• All Things Birch & Beautiful • No3 • Mia Caro • Costa (for a coffee voucher)
Royston has many beauty, tanning, tattoists and hairdressing businesses a simple voucher from there can make a perfect gift.
These are just a handful of the amazing places you can shop this Christmas in Royston. Let us know how many gifts you manage to get locally! #SupportLocal
• Chimney Menswear • Ladds • Dysons
• La Bella Vita • Boots • The Cave Shop • Glazed Creations
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I tend to nip out from the office to buy a few things and have a few go-to shops every year. Mia Caro, La Bella Vita, All Things Birch & Beautiful, Ladds, Dysons and Number 3 offer a great variety of gifts and stocking fillers. A number of them use their websites and media pages really effectively which makes my life easier and means I have an idea what I’m after. I also love the fact that alongside our independents we have Boots and WH Smiths. Boots 3 for 2’s are excellent value and Smith’s has a great selection of best-selling books. Let’s face it, Christmas isn’t Christmas without a pampering set and a good book to read!
Where to shop in and around Royston (without going online)
Premium Grade needle retaining Nordman Fir Christmas Trees will be sold from the Royston Heath again this year. The small team draw on over 20 years experience of buying and selling Christmas trees to provide the very best quality trees from sustainably managed plantations at half the price of the Garden Centres. They will be selling the ever popular Nordman Fir, with its soft needles that will not fall when taken into a centrally heated house. Trees are 6-7 feet tall, the ideal height for the average home. The Royston Heath has proved to be an excellent site to select your tree with ample room to have a good look at the trees and plenty of space to park your vehicle. The Heath Sports Club always has excellent homemade soups and fresh bread if you need to warm up. Trees will only be available at weekends, the team will be at the Royston Heath to help you find your perfect tree on Dec 1st & 2nd, 8th & 9th, 15th & 16th and 22nd & 23rd. Once you have selected your tree it will be netted and ready for collection or carried to your car.
(the same as you’d take a bit off the end of cut flowers). Place the tree in a bucket of water for an hour or so while you get the decorations out of the loft. Bring in only when you’re ready to decorate the tree. Mount the tree in a water retaining tree stand and place away from direct heat. Keep the stand topped up with water every day, you’ll be amazed how much water your tree will take up! Why buy a real fresh cut tree? Real trees provide a wonderful fragrance. Artificial trees may last a few years but will last a lot longer in the landfill site, real trees are biodegradable. The Nordman Firs are grown in sustainable plantations and for every tree felled at least one more will be planted. Christmas tree plantations are on a 5 or 6 year cycle and provide a wonderful haven for a wide variety of wildlife.
How to best care for a Nordman Fir When you get the tree home cut an inch off of the bottom of the base
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01763 273300 10th Royston Scout Christmas Card Delivery service The 10th Royston Scout Group will deliver your Christmas cards to any address in Royston. Stamps cost just 30p each, and are available from Ladds on the High Street and McColl’s on Queens Road. Cards can be posted at
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December is a busy time for all, but for one person especially so, therefore it will come as no surprise to hear that Rotary will be helping Father Christmas both to do his rounds on his float and also for children to visit him locally in his grotto for a chat and to receive a present. We will also be putting up Christmas decorations at St George’s Nursing Home.
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Like most, we will be enjoying a Christmas meal out, at Madingley Hall, and before that will be having fun at an Italian themed party. Our December walk on the 10th will be around the Wimpole Hall estate, meeting at the Stables at 9.45am and lunching there afterwards. www.roystonrotary.com
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scene of James I of England’s (VI of Scotland) Palace and the fish and We have a jolly collection chip shop of Christmas Cards in the museum. Here are a few to get next door. It sure looks us in the festive mood! chilly! We’re more used to robins and snowy scenes on Christmas The final cards today. We have a card is by a fabulously unique Christmas local artist, card in our Wink. He collection. was well It’s a sketch known for of Wilson’s drawing caricatures of Royston smithy that people. Here, he’s drawn was on himself as Father Christmas. Kneesworth They may just be Christmas Street. cards, but all three celebrate Inside is something unique about the written “Christmas greetings town. We hope to bring more and best wishes for the new fun stories about the people year.” What better way to and buildings of the town to celebrate the New Year than you in 2019. If you’ve got any with a blacksmith’s shop! memories you’d like to share This next card is much more about Royston, get in touch: like it! A beautiful snowy firstname.lastname@example.org
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Christmas tree LIGHT-UP A tall, heavily decorated, tree in St John The Baptist Parish Church in Royston has become a popular Christmas feature for the local community. Last year’s tree was a monster festive hit since it was the largest there had ever been in the church, measuring some 25 feet in height. It took a week to decorate and had close to 2000 baubles and over 300 metres of lights. As usual the bottom branches of the tree were left empty so that visitors could place baubles on it in memory of loved ones who were not with them at Christmas.
would have been impossible without the assistance of Royston Fire Brigade. Station Commander Rachel Broom, showing true community spirit, kindly offered the services of four firefighters who, through a system of ropes, knowhow and muscle power helped lift the tree into position. Christmas Tree Light-up Saturday 1st December, 10am-4pm St John Baptist Parish Church, Melbourn Street, SG8 7BP
The sheer size of last year’s tree did present some difficulties though! The volunteers marshalled to move it from the churchyard where it had been dropped off, into the church, were completely unable to lift it off the ground. They eventually managed to drag, push and coerce it through the doors. The next challenge was how to manoeuvre it into its stand. This
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Shopping for family members in Royston is really easy for me. Without giving too much away I’ve already picked up bits for everyone. La Bella Vita has an amazing selection of gifts especially for sisters and mums. All of the jewellers do some really sentimental presents if your spending a bit more money. I always visit Savers for some stocking filler presents too! Ladds also are worth a visit for some great gift ideas!
Mummy tabby cat Boots is very bonded to her lovely son Mr Kipling so we want them to find their forever home together. They are a bit shy so would prefer a relatively quiet house with no very small children, but are very friendly and affectionate and love snuggling up. Happy to live with other cats too Luna Animal Rescue 07970 800530 / 07860 480015 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lunaanimalrescue.org
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There are many things that can cause harm to your pets, but Christmas can be a particularly hazardous time as there is more opportunity for our furry friends to eat things they shouldn’t. Here is a list of some of the more commonly seen items that can be harmful, or even toxic, to your pets. Remember, if your pets eats anything they shouldn’t, even if they seem well, please call your vets for advice
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When John Froggett set up as a sole practitioner offering accountancy services in 1998, he wanted to offer a less formal, jargon free service which has proved to be a popular formula! Over the last 20 years the business has grown from the dining room table to an office in the High Street, Royston and John still works with the first three clients who entrusted him with their business. Organic expansion has meant that as the business has grown, John has been able to offer gainful employment to four other members of his family!
In the early stages, working from home involved negotiating space with his wife and five children so he’s experienced first hand the trials and tribulations of setting up and expanding a business. The Accountancy Practice has recently acquired another accountancy business to incorporate and they are in the process of assimilating a bookkeeping business, headed by Steve Damallie. They are also providing work experience placements to bright young students, and next year it’s likely they’ll be expanding their team even further.
Celebrating 20 years
An external consultant has been appointed to prepare them for expansion and it seems like a new lease of life has been injected into the business.
John is very excited about the future; ‘I get enormous pleasure watching my two boys David and Adam passing their exams in tax and accountancy, they’re really embracing the future with an energy and enthusiasm I hadn’t anticipated. We love the buzz of helping clients sort their tax affairs out, creating solutions which perhaps no one else has considered and really getting to know our clients and their businesses’.
Join us as we raise a toast to the future We would like to say thank you to our clients who have come on this journey with us and say hello to potential new clients. You are all invited to our office for celebratory drinks and nibbles at The Accountancy Practice on Wednesday 5th December from noon – 7pm 41 High Street, Royston SG8 9AW www.theaccountancypractice.com 01763 257 882
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Royston U3A members were singing along to sounds from the sixties and hits from musicals like Oliver! in a talk on the genius of Lionel Bart. The boy from the East End’s earliest ambition was to be famous and his natural talent for brilliant lyric writing led to a spectacular rise to fame, said lifelong fan Mike Levy. By the age of 30 Bart had written the music and lyrics for several musicals including the internationally acclaimed Oliver! And he captured the spirit of the 1960s with a string
of hit songs including Cliff Richard’s Living Doll and Matt Monroe’s From Russia with Love. “Lionel Bart was one of the great lyrists of the 20th century. He was amazing,” said Mike. Royston U3A’s monthly meeting Royston Parish Church Tuesday 29th January, 2pm Chloe Cockerill will give a talk on Heraldry. For more details contact Jackie Gellert on 01763 248097 or email@example.com or log onto www.u3asites.org.uk/ royston/home
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It’s that time of year again - the Christmas music is being dusted off and we’re warming up the jingle bells, ready for our festive carolling and a busy programme of concerts. The band’s mascot has been returned to the band by its creator Maureen Butler. As part of our Brass Roots project we are running a competition to name the mascot..
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Royston Town Hall, Sunday 16th December, 7pm Wishing you a Happy Christmas from everyone at Royston Town Band
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MADS Pantomime: Cinderella – What could possibly go wrong?
Fri 30th Nov 8pm, Sat 1st Dec 2pm & 7.30pm, Sun 2nd Dec 2pm Meldreth Village Hall, Elin Way, SG8 6LX Adults £9, under 16’s £7. www.melbournamdram.co.uk
JMA Coffee Morning and Bazaar Sat 1st Dec, 9.30am – 12pm Royston Methodist Church Hall, Queens Rd, SG8 7AU Coffee & Mince Pies; games, books, stocking presents. Admission Free. www.royston-methodist.org.uk
Christmas Saturday Stories
Sat 1st Dec, 10am – 3pm Royston Library, Market Hill, SG8 9JN Christmas story time, feel free to come along and read with us! www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/libraries
Christmas Tree Light-up
Sat 1st Dec, 10am – 4pm St John Baptist Parish Church, Melbourn Street, SG8 7BP The lights on the magnificent Christmas Tree will be switched on. Come enjoy some festive refreshments and hang a bauble in memory of a loved one.
Royston Cave by Candlelight
Sat 1st Dec, 10am – 2pm Royston Cave Katherine’s Yard, Melbourn St, SG8 7BZ, See Royston Cave as it would have been over 400 years ago. Tickets from Royston Library on the day of the event. www.roystoncave.co.uk/candlelight
Royston Winter Fair
Sat 1st Dec, 10am – 4pm Fish Hill Square, Royston We will be selling artisan food and gifts including Christmas Eve boxes, Cheese & Charcuterie and Local Cider and Ale gift packs. Also we will be having some Street Food Vans and the Old Courthouse will be serving mulled wine and Christmas Carols
Settlement Squares Art Exhibition and Sale
Sat 1st Dec, 10am – 4pm The Letchworth Settlement, SG6 4UB Free entry, refreshments available. Your chance to view and buy a totally unique piece of art on canvas for just £20. www.letchworthsettlement.org.uk
Sat 1st Dec, 10.30am - 12pm & 2 3.30pm. Royston & District Museum & Art Gallery, 5 Lower King St, SG8 5AL Admission Free, £5 per person for printing activity. Contact: 01763 242587
Barley Christmas Market
Sat 1st Dec, 11am – 4pm Barley Townhouse, Church End, SG8 8JP For the second time Santa will be joining us in his grotto and his elves will be providing activities to entertain the children. firstname.lastname@example.org
Meldreth Christmas Tree Festival Sat 1st & Sun 2nd Dec, 11am – 5pm Holy Trinity Church, Vicarage Close, Melbourn, SG8 6DY This year there will be over 30 trees, all beautifully decorated by local organisations. In addition, the church will be decorated with lots of greenery, candles and a beautifully created nativity scene.
Great Fen Xmas Magic
Sat 1st Dec, 12 - 3.30pm The Wildlife Trust Countryside Centre, Ramsey Heights, Huntingdon PE26 2RS Wildlife crafts and activities, festive refreshments and stocking fillers. £4 per child. www.wildlifebcn.org/events
Litlington Pre-School Christmas Fayre Sat 1st Dec, 2 - 4pm Litlington Pre-School Village Hall, Meeting Ln, Litlington SG8 0QF Various stalls, and a Father Christmas!
Meridian School Christmas Fair Sun 2nd Dec, 11am – 3pm The Meridian School, SG8 7JH Raffle, Santa’s Grotto, tombola and more! email@example.com
1st Sunday in Advent Girl Guiding Christmas Carol Service
Sun 2nd Dec, 3pm Royston Methodist Church Hall, SG8 7AU Led by Joyce Goodall. www.roystonmethodist.org.uk
Carol Concert with the Ad Hoc Singers
Sun 2nd Dec, 3pm Fowlmere United Reformed Church, SG8 7SA The Ad Hoc Singers present a selection of carols for Advent and Christmas, with mince pies and mulled wine. Free entry
Sun 2nd Dec, 3.30 - 5.30pm Royston Parish Church, SG8 7BP A short service for all the family followed by tea and cake.
Chilled out Sunday Folk
Sun 2nd Dec, 4 - 8pm The Plough, High St, Shepreth, SG8 6PP Causation & Walker, Kaszak & Afifi, plus more guests on the day! www.theploughshepreth.co.uk
Lights of Life 2018
Sun 2nd Dec, 4pm Letchworth Garden City Eagles Football Ground, SG6 2ER Remember a loved one this Christmas and dedicate a light on our Lights of Life Tree.
Grit’s Charity Coffee Morning
Mon 3rd Dec, 10am – 12pm 31 Upper King St, Royston SG8 9AZ Come along and hear about the Big Give Christmas Challenge! www.grit.org.uk
Make your own Christmas Door Decoration – A Workshop!
Tue 4th Dec, 11am – 2pm, and 7 - 10pm Foxton Village Hall, Hardman Rd, CB22 6RN £25 to include the framework, foliage and ribbons, but please bring gloves, secateurs and any special foliage/ baubles you’d like to incorporate in your finished article. www.hsrsc.org.uk
Wed 5th Dec, 6.45pm The Free Church Norton Way, Letchworth Garden City SG6 1NX Carols by City Chorus Choir. Refreshments available. www. ghhospicecare.org.uk
The Battle for Female Suffrage:
Thu 6th Dec, 8 - 9.30pm Royston Town Hall, SG8 7DA Royston & District Local History Society. Elizabeth Eastwood will give an illustrated talk. Visitors welcome £2. Contact: 01763 242677
Live Music Paul & Mattia
Thu 6th Dec, 8.30pm The Plough, High St, Shepreth, SG8 6PP Blues, soul, pop and rock! www.theploughshepreth.co.uk
Fri 7th & Sat 8th Dec, 10am – 10pm New Street Farm, Standon, SG11 1PJ Lovely quality quirky stalls. 20% of your spending goes to your own chosen charity.
Coffee and Connect
Fri 7th Dec, 10.30 – 11.30am The Jolly Postie, 2 Baldock St, 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 non-members.
The Wildlife Trust BCN’s Annual Christmas Fair
Fri 7th Dec, 3 - 7pm The Manor House, Cambourne, CB23 6DH Join the Trust for a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie while browsing a array of gifts. www.wildlifebcn.org/events
Studlands Rise Christmas Fair Fri 7th Dec, 5.30 - 7.30pm Studlands Rise First School, Studlands Rise, Royston SG8 9HB
Theatre at the Leper Chapel
Fri 7th & Sat 8th Dec, 7.30 - 8.30pm Barnwell Junction, CB5 8JJ A Christmas Carol, the way Dickens told it himself: one man, one stage. Playing over 20 characters, Martin Prest brings Charles Dickens’ timeless story to life. www.cambridgeppf.org
Ashwell at Christmas
Sat 8th Dec, 9.30am – 2.30pm Christmas Fair at St Mary’s Church: Winter Wonderland at the URC. Live Advent Calendar windows. Ashwell Museum open and more!
Create a Christmas Wreath
Sat 8th Dec, 10am – 1pm, Tues 11th Dec, 7 - 9.15pm Letchworth Settlement, SG6 4UB Helen Allen Cost £36. A beautiful rustic wreath to hang on the door or place on a table. You will learn how to care for your Christmas ring and include a few wired accessories into the design. All materials are included in the course fee.
Rudolph’s Christmas Trail
Sat 8th Dec, 10am – 4pm Fish Hill Square, Royston Receive a free gift from Santa! Also look out for cracker making, colouring and Christmas pine cone pompom trees.
Sat 8th Dec, 10.30am – 12pm Royston Museum, 5 King St, SG8 5AL Celebrate the wonders of Winter with crafty fun. Create snowflakes and paper snowmen and wreaths. £3 per child. www.roystonmuseum.org.uk
Sat 8th Dec, 11am – 3pm Manor Farm, Bourn, CB23 2SH With over 50 stalls selling beautiful hand-made jewellery, artisan locally brewed beer, and more. Christmas Trees and wreaths also for sale. Also a visit from Father Christmas www.manorfarmbourn.com
Turn On To Christmas Returns! Sat 8th Dec, 11am – 6pm Melbourn Community Hub, SG8 6DZ With Santa’s Grotto from 11am-5pm (booking essential £5 per child which includes a present). Free Family Fun
Christmas Craft Fairs
Sat 8th Dec, 3.30pm Caldecote, Baldock SG7 5LD We offer seasonal readings, poems and stories interspersed with bestloved Christmas carols in a stunning atmosphere of our 14th century tiny former parish church. (6pm service is sold out. 3.30pm service tickets are still for sale) Tickets £10: gillyannclarke@ gmail.com
Friends of Reed Church – Christmas Village Supper
Sat 8th Dec, 7pm Reed Village Hall, Blacksmith’s Ln, SG8 8AX Christmas Village Supper with the Royston Town Band. A hot supper, licensed bar and raffle included:- Adult £12.50, Child £6, Family Ticket £30. Bookings: 01763 848029
The Old Bull Soul Night
Sat 8th Dec, 7.30 - 11.45pm The Old Bull Inn, High St, SG8 9AW Over 25s only, tickets £5 in advance or £8 on the door. Contact: 07840 448230
Sun 9th Dec, 9am 5km fun run in Stevenage Town Centre. In aid of Garden House Hospice Care. Info: www.ghhospicecare.org.uk
Toddler Music and Dance
Mon 10th Dec, 10.30 – 11.30am Royston Museum, 5 King St, SG8 5AL 2-4 year olds. Carrie Washington from BEEE Creative leads a toddler music and dance workshop themed around the museum’s collections. www.roystonmuseum.org.uk
Mon 10th Dec, 11.45am – 12.30pm Royston Museum, 5 King St, SG8 5AL Carrie Washington from BEEE Creative leads a dance and movement workshop for the over 50s. www.roystonmuseum.org.uk
Mon 10th Dec, 3.30 - 5pm Royston Methodist Church, Queens Rd, SG8 7AU For 4 to 11 year-olds – newcomers are always welcome. Leader John Hardwick. Craft, games, quizzes, songs, Bible stories & snacks.
Lino Printing Workshop
Tue 11th Dec, 10am - 12.30pm & 2 - 4pm Royston Museum, 5 King St, SG8 5AL Liz Beardwell printing workshop using the original Crow printing press to produce your own unique lino cuts. £5. www.roystonmuseum.org.uk
Volunteer Centre Drop In Session
Tue 11th Dec, 10am – 12pm Royston Library, Market Hill, SG8 9JN Come in to find out about volunteering in the local area. www.vcbroxbourne. org.uk
Volunteer Work Party at Coton Reserve
Sat 8th Dec, 12 - 5pm Coombes Community Centre, SG8 5PT Over 30 stalls of high-quality, handcrafted gifts plus tearoom! www. number3royston.co.uk
Tue 11th Dec, 10am – 3pm Cambridge, CB23 7PZ This December our volunteer work party will be assisting with vital woodland work at the Coton Countryside Reserve. www.cambridgeppf.org/whats-on
Sat 8th Dec, 12.30 - 4pm Market Hill Rooms, Fish Hill, SG8 9DW We stock quality second hand & new, maternity, baby & children’s clothes & Shoes (0 – 5 years), designer to high street, all in nearly new condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Carols by Candlelight
Tue 11th Dec, 10.30 – 11.30am Royston Museum, 5 King St, SG8 5AL Improve your drawing skills with expert tips and guidance. Draw wonderful objects from the Museum’s collections. Led by local artist Susan Sanders. £5. www.roystonmuseum.org.uk
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News from your Town Council - December 2018 The Royston Town Mayor, Cllr Iain Leggett, and all the councillors and staff of Royston Town Council wish all our residents a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
Focus on Royston Museum and Art Gallery
Our new Museum Curator
Royston Museum and Art Gallery have had an extremely active and successful year. Our thanks must go to Jenny Oxley, the previous Museum Manager who left in August, and to Amy Judd, the Museum Assistant, for making all of this possible.
In August we welcomed our new museum curator Madeline Odent. We would like to thank Madeline for all her involvement in the many activities this year.
Throughout the summer and autumn the Museum ran several activities. Craft was combined with local history and many ‘crafty’ children and adults enjoyed all the sessions. It all started with a Tie-Dye workshop, followed by a singing and drumming session and groups re-enacting the English Civil War and Viking invaders. Great fun was had with dinosaurs, prehistoric people and inspiring junk modelling.
Madeline is from the USA and has family living in Hertfordshire; she is also married to an Englishman. She gained a First in History (with a focus on Museum Studies) from Stetson University in Florida in 2014, and then gained a Master of Philosophy in British History from Oxford in 2016. She worked previously at Oak Hill and the Martha Berry Museum (in Georgia, USA) and at Stowe House (Buckinghamshire). Madeline is really looking forward to all of the opportunities at Royston, especially the forthcoming completion of the Tapestry, which is due to be about the same time that the Bayeux Tapestry returns to England. Madeline believes that local museums serve such an important purpose, and really hopes to continue making Royston Museum a home for all of the district’s community groups. Royston Museum is an Accredited Museum and their aim is to be the centre of the community and a thriving centre of learning and volunteering.
Museum Volunteers and Friends got involved with an entry for Wimpole Estate’s annual scarecrow competition. Thanks to some intriguing donations (golf shoes, a trumpet, a model crow), Amy put together Roy, who sat at Wimpole’s Walled Garden and told visitors some interesting facts about Royston’s past. The Friends and Volunteers also organised a Musical Evening Soiree in September with entertainment from talented local people. Amy Judd led an interesting talk about her work in the museum. Visitors had the chance to look around the store rooms and basement as they found out more about all the behind the scenes work that goes on in the museum. Amongst many other events, an art competition was held in October and November to commemorate the ending of World War 1 and schoolchildren were invited to share their impressions of the War. Adult Movement Classes are also regularly held, they are suitable for anyone with an interest in movement and give the opportunity to meet new people and keep fit and healthy. Newsletter supported by:
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For more information about Royston Museum visit: www.roystonmuseum.org.uk or follow their Facebook page: facebook.com/roystonmuseum.
Royston Town Council welcomes a new Royston Cave Manager Nicky Paton was appointed in October and has taken over from James Robinson, who we would like to thank for his commitment and dedication over ten years. Nicky is a local illustrator and already a cave guide so he is already very knowlegeable regarding the history and facts about the cave. Royston Cave is a man-made cave lying below Melbourn Street, near to the crossroads formed by Ermine Street and the Icknield Way. It is Grade 1 Listed by English Heritage and is unique in Britain. The cave is open for public visits from Easter Saturday to the last Sunday in September for a unique and historic experience. www.roystoncave.co.uk
Rudolph will be up to his old tricks, hiding model reindeer in selected shop windows. Children can follow the trail, record shop names and receive a gift from Santa in return for the completed entry form. This Christmas themed trail will be held on Saturday 8 December, and run from 10 am until 4 pm in Fish Hill Square. www.roystonfirst.com/royston-town-events
The Leete Charity Are you a student finding it difficult to make ends meet? Would you like some financial help with materials for or costs associated with your learning? The Leete Trust was founded in Royston in 1978 and provides grants towards the costs of further education. Applicants must be under 25 and have a place at university or college before they can receive the grant, though you can apply when you have a conditional offer. Previous recipients have found their grants to be invaluable and have used the award to cover items as diverse as field trips, books and transport costs. They have expressed their gratitude over the years: ‘I am writing to say thank you so much ... I have used the £200 towards paying for my bus pass to Cambridge Regional College.’ Royston student studying Child Care and Education (Sixth Form)
Royston Town Council once again celebrates Silver Sunday Royston Town Council once again hosted a free event at Royston Picture Palace for the over 65s to celebrate Silver Sunday, which is a national day to draw attention to the problem of loneliness amongst older people. Over eighty people attended to watch the film ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’ and were served tea and cakes beforehand by several Town Councillors and our Town Clerk. They also had the chance to chat with the Mayor, Councillor Iain Leggett. The council funded transport for those who needed it, courtesy of Royston and District Community Transport.
‘I would like to take this opportunity to thank you very much for the generous grant you gave me towards my field trip in January.’ Royston student studying Graphic Design (University) With living costs on the rise and students under pressure to succeed, this grant could make all the difference. An application form for a Leete Trust grant can be found on the Town Council website. ROYSTON TOWN COUNCILLORS
Litter Picking Councillors
A list of all Councillors’ names and contact numbers is given below, together with details of the wards they represent. All Town Councillors serve in a voluntary capacity Councillors Emma Squire-Smith; Marguerite Phillips; Iain Leggett (Mayor); Vera Swallow (the and are elected for a 4 year term of office. Councillors are not paid and do not receive any allowance for attending meetings. Womble!); Carol Stanier and Ruth Brown, out Town Mayor: Cllr Iain Leggett Deputy Mayor: Cllr F John Smith Palace Ward Amy Bourke-Waite
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and about putting our litter picking equipment to good use! The activity was organised by the Naturally Royston team to clean up the areas around the Town Hall and car park.
ROYSTON TOWN COUNCIL Town Hall, Melbourn Street, Royston, Hertfordshire SG8 7DA Tel: 01763 245484 Fax: 01763 248016 email@example.com Town Hall office opening hours Monday to Friday: 9 am to 4 pm www.roystontowncouncil.gov.uk Town Clerk: Miss Caroline Mills firstname.lastname@example.org
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What’s On... Literary Lunch
Tue 11th Dec, 12.15pm The Old Bull Inn, High St, SG8 9AW Local entertainer and Home-Start’s Poet in Residence. Jude Simpson hosts a chat with Sophie Hannah, International Best Selling Author of Crime Fiction. www.ticketsource.co.uk/hsrsc
Christmas Toddler Tales
Fri 14th Dec, 2 - 2.30pm Royston Library, Fish Hill Free activity are free but with a suggested voluntary donation of £1.
The Cold War – Talk with Bridget Kendall
Tue 11th Dec, 7.30pm Royston Methodist Church, SG8 7AU All ladies welcome for carols, readings and refreshments, in the Eldon. www.royston-methodist.org.uk
Fri 14th Dec, 7.30pm Letchworth Settlement, SG6 4UB Tickets are priced at £10 which includes a glass of wine Former BBC foreign correspondent Bridget Kendall will be sharing her professional insights about the Cold War..
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Christmas Tree Festival
Ladies Group Christmas Carols
Wed 12th Dec, 9.15 – 11.15am Coombes Community Centre, Burns Rd, Royston SG8 5PT www.a10bouncycastles.co.uk
Women Of The Middle East: Saints, Queens and Rebels
Wed 12th Dec, 10am – 12pm Letchworth Settlement, SG6 4UB Tutor will be Wafa’ Tarnowska, £10 per person. In this fascinating lecture you will meet some amazing women from Middle Eastern history who achieved great renown in their lifetimes but are mostly unknown in the West, except for Cleopatra and Scheherazade.
Wed 12th Dec, 10.30am – 12pm Margaret House Residential and Dementia Care Home, Barley Are you looking for a fun way to get someone you care for who is living with dementia to move more and interact socially? If so, join a Magic Coffee Morning sessions. 01763 848272
CMJ’s Christmas Cracker with Brandon Allen and The Chris Ingham Trio
Thu 13th Dec, 7 - 8pm Cambridge Modern Jazz, Hidden Rooms 7b, Cambridge, CB5 8BA Brandon Allen (tenor sax), Chris Ingham (piano), Arnie Somogyi (double bass), George Double (drums). www.cambridgejazz.org
Create a Festive Table Centre
Thu 13th Dec, 7 - 9.45pm Letchworth Settlement, 229 Nevells Rd, Letchworth Garden City SG6 4UB Tutor: Helen Allen Cost £35 Create a long lasting, rustic style arrangement to get you through the festive period in style. 2 candles and decorations included.
The Royston Roses
Thu 13th Dec, 7.30pm Royston Methodist Church, SG8 7AU Community singing of carols and popular seasonal music, poetry and anecdotes. Seasonal refreshments. There will be a collection for Action for Children. Everyone welcome – EldonThursday.
Christmas At Woodside
Thu 13th, Fri 14th & Sat 15th Dec, 7.45pm Woodside Hall Walsworth Rd, SG4 9SP Messiah and Carols, Pie and Punch. email@example.com
Toddler Music and Dance
Fri 14th Dec, 10.30am – 11.30am Royston Museum, 5 King St, SG8 5AL 2-4 year olds. Carrie Washington from BEEE Creative leads a toddler music and dance workshop themed around the museum’s collections. Bookings: www.roystonmuseum.org.uk
Fri 14th Dec, 11.45am – 12.30pm Royston Museum, 5 King St, SG8 5AL Carrie Washington from BEEE Creative leads a dance and movement workshop for the over 50s.
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Sat 15th Dec, 10am – 4pm The Free Church Norton Way S, Letchworth Garden City SG6 1NX 15th & 17th December, 10am – 4pm each day. Carols, live music, refreshments and free entry! In aid of Garden House Hospice care. www. ghhospicecare.org.uk
Watercolour Workshop with Ian McManus, IEA
Sat 15th Dec, 10am – 4pm Hinxworth Village Hall 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 £25 including refreshments. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat 15th Dec, 10.30am – 3.30pm Royston Museum, 5 King St, SG8 5AL Victorian crafts in the museum. £3 per child. Drop-in activity, no need to book www.roystonmuseum.org.uk
Christmas Craft Activities
Sat 15th Dec, 11am – 12pm Royston Library Market Hill, SG8 9JN Help us to decorate the children’s area with snowflakes, lanterns and paper chains.
Sat 15th Dec, 11am – 3pm Orwell Village hall, High St, SG8 5QN All profits go to Breast Cancer Now. Handmade items, raffle, refreshments. Free entry.
Royston Alternative Christmas Fayre Sat 15th Dec, 11am – 4pm Masonic Hall, Jepps Ln, SG8 9AP Handcrafted goods, jams, vintage clothes and second hand goods.
Christmas Tree Festival
Sat 15th & Sun 16th December, 10am – 4pm The Free Church Norton Way, Letchworth Garden City SG6 1NX Carols, live music, refreshments and free entry! www.ghhospicecare.org.uk
Opus 17 Christmas concert
Sat 15th Dec, 6.30pm Greneway School, Garden Walk, SG8 7JF £17.50 including cold buffet.Tickets from Graham Smith on 07725 133098.
Christmas Messy Church
Sun 16th Dec, 3.30 - 5.30pm Royston Methodist Church, SG8 7AU Adults and accompanied children of all ages are welcome to come enjoy creative Christmas crafts, a short celebration service and a meal shared together.
Royston Town Band’s Family Christmas Concert Sun 16th Dec, 7pm Royston Town Hall, SG8 7DA Featuring Royston Town Band and Development Band.
Celebrate Christmas at Royston Fire Station
Mon 17th Dec, 4.30 - 6.30pm Royston Fire Station, Baldock Street, Royston SG8 Celebrate Christmas at the Royston Fire Station this December.
Paul Richards Christmas Comedy Show Tue 18th Dec, 7pm The Plough, High St, SG8 6PP
Christmas Baby Rhyme Time Wed 19th Dec, 10.15 – 10.45am Royston Library, Market Hill, SG8 9JN Free activity but with a suggested voluntary donation of £1.
Paul Richards Christmas Comedy Show
Wed 19th Dec, 7pm The Plough,High St, Shepreth, SG8 6PP
Christmas Holiday Bushcraft
Fri 21st Dec, 8.30am – 4pm Wandlebury Country Park, CB22 3AE Holiday Bushcraft at Wandlebury is designed for children ages 5-12 and is run by experienced, qualified teachers from the outdoor learning experience group. www.cambridgeppf.org/whats-on
Superhero Christmas Holiday Club
Fri 21st Dec, 3 - 6.30pm Melbourn Baptist Church, SG8 6DB Music, drama, craft, games, tea, a present and loads of fun! For primary school age children. Cost £5. www. melbourn-baptist.org.uk/holidayclub
A Calm, Creative Christmas at Wandlebury
Sat 22nd Dec, 10am – 12.30pm Wandlebury Country Park, CB22 3AE If you and your children find the Christmas run-up all a bit much then do come and join Vital Spark for an outdoor release and some calm creativity with craft, storytelling and nature – all the magic of the season with a natural and mindful slant to the activities. www. cambridgeppf.org/whats-on
Wed 5th Dec, 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. www. nationaltrust.org.uk/wimpole
Royston Health Walks
Every Wed, 1.30pm Royston Heath, Baldock Rd, SG8 5BG Royston Health Walks is a social walking group. We are very welcoming and friendly and pride ourselves in being positively inclusive and noncliquey. 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. For more information contact: 01763 852769 or roystonhealthwalks@ btinternet.com
Healthy Walking at Wandlebury
Every Thurs, 10 – 11am Wandlebury Country Park, Gog Magog Hills, 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 accred 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 U3A Ukulele Group
Every Tues, 12 - 1pm Coombes Community Centre, Burns Rd, Royston SG8 5PT We have a U3A Ukulele group meeting at the Harris room Coombes community centre. Only open to Royston U3A members. Contact: bishop190@ btinternet.com
Christmas Silent Disco
Sun 23rd Dec, 7.30 - 11.45pm The Old Bull Inn, 56 High St, SG8 9AW Bring your best moves! Tickets £10.
Midnight Communion at the Leper Chapel
Mon 24th Dec, 11.30am – 12.30pm Leper Chapel, Barnwell Junction, Newmarket Rd, Cambridge CB5 8JJ A simple celebration of Christmas: the Communion, by candlelight, with carols. www.cambridgeppf.org/whats-on
Christmas Eve Midnight Holy Communion Mon 24th Dec, 11.30pm Traditional carols and readings by candle-light, led by Revd Charity Nzegwu
Christmas Day Family Service
Tue 25th Dec, 9.30am Royston Methodist Church Queens Rd, Royston SG8 7AU All-age Worship, led by Revd Charity Nzegwu
Throughout the month Park Run
Every Sat, 9am – 11am Wimpole Estate, Arrington SG8 0BW www.parkrun.org.uk
Junior Park Run
Every Sun, 10 – 11am Wimpole Estate, Arrington SG8 0BW Weekly free 2k timed run for 4-14 year olds. www.parkrun.org.uk/wimpoleestatejuniors
rOYSTON pARISH cHURCH sERVICES Teatime Praise for Christingle
Sun 2nd Dec, 3.30pm A service especially for young children and their carers
Sun 16th Dec, 5pm A traditional service of Bible readings and carols which recalls God’s plan for humankind from creation to Christ’s birth. More appropriate for older teens and adults
The Crib Services on Christmas Eve
Mon 24th Dec, 2.30pm and 4pm Two services for young children to think about the Christmas story - with songs and lots of fun!
Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve
Mon 24th Dec, 11.30pm The first Eucharist (Holy Communion) of Christmas, with carols and sermon
Tues 25th Dec 8am: Said Eucharist, with sermon 10am: Sung Eucharist, with sermon
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Spotlight On... Royston Round table and santa sleigh Santa will be out on his rounds again with Royston & District Round Table. Also joining will be fundraisers from: 10th Royston Scouts, 1st Orwell Scouts, Royston Lions Club, Parkfit Royston, 1st Royston Scouts, Royston Rotary Club, Royston 41 Club and Home-Start. Dates and routes for Santa:
Friday 7th Dec 6pm Royston – Warren Area
Garden Lane, The Warren, Shrubbery Grove, Royse Grove, Layston Park
Saturday 8th Dec 4pm Litlington: -Static
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Sunday 9th Dec 5pm Melbourn: Portway –
Armingford Crescent – Hale Close – Russet Way – Bramley Av – Worcester Way – Hinkins Close – Drury Lane – High Street – Norgett’s Lane – Orchard Way – Medcalfe Way – Ogden Close – Triggs Way – Fordham Way – Clear Crescent – Palmers Way – Medcalfe Way – Orchard Road – Morlock Street – High Street to The Hub.
Tuesday 11th Dec 6pm Barley & Chishill:
Walkers Close – Hall Lane – Colts Croft – Plaistow Way – Chishill Church Heydon Rd + return – Barley Road – Church End – High St – Picknage Rd – via Church End to London Rd – Greenbury Cl – The Mount.
Thursday 13th Dec 6pm Royston - Garden Walk: Bannister Gardens – Maple Way –
Lime Grove – Cherry Drive – Melbourn Road – Garden Walk – Perry Drive – Mortimer Rd – Garden Walk – Hawthorn Way – Field Crescent – Newman Ave – Dacre Green – Icknield Walk
(S) – Newmarket Rd – Icknield Walk – The Close – Elm Walk – Icknield Walk (N) – Garden Close – Poplar Drive – Wheatfield Crescent – Woodlands – Honey Way.
Saturday 15th Dec 6pm Royston - Grange Estate: Barkway Rd Shaftesbury Way,
Shepherd Close – Shaftesbury Way –Barkway Rd – Limekiln Close – Grange Bottom – Beldam Ave – Thurnall Ave – Barkway Rd.
Sunday 16th Dec 5pm Bassingbourn:
Canberra Close, Causeway, Tower Close, Elbourn Way, Clarkes Way, Willmott Road, Elm Tree Drive, High Street, Spring Lane, Knutsford Road, High Street, North End, Church Close, Fortune Way, Park View, Park Close, Walnut Tree Close, The Fillance, Mill Lane, North End. Monday 17th Dec 6pm Barkway: Royston Road – Wheatsheaf Meadow – Periwinkle Cl – Windmill Cl – High St – Burrs La – Townsend Close.
Tuesday 18th Dec 7pm Royston - Green Drift Kneesworth St. Green Drift – Malting Close – Farrier Ct – Green Drift – Tanner Drift – Baldock St. – Briary Ln – Heath Ave – Chilcourt – Lankaster Rd – Stakepiece Rd – Coronation Ave – Day’s Close- Sun Hill – Echo Hill – Sun Hill – Hill Side – Mounteagle – Sun Hill
Wednesday 19th Dec 6pm Royston - Coombelands & Twigden: Browning
Close – Coombelands – Kipling Rd – Ackroyd Rd – Byron Rd – Brooke Rd – Fieldfare Way – Curlew Crescent – Kestrel Way – Quail Walk – Redwing Rise – Skylark Place – Woodcock Rd -Nightingale Way – Pipit Close – Siskin Close –
Thursday 20th Dec 6pm Melbourn: Rupert
Neve Close – Back Lane – Green Banks – The Lawns – Water Lane – Chalkhill Barrow – Greengage Rise – Beechwood Av – Ash Grove – Maple Way – Beechwood Av –Elm Way – Beechwood Av – New Road – Carlton Rise – Victoria Way.
Friday 21st Dec 6pm Royston - Newmarket Rd
Studlands Rise – Coltsfoot Dr – The Shires – Hunter Way – Parklands – Parthia close – Highlands – The Brambles – Campion Way – Mallow Walk – Saffron St – Valley Rise – Primrose View – Foxglove Bank – Betony Vale – Lingfield Rd – Clydesdale Rd – Suffolk Rd – Aintree Rd – Ascot Rd – Windsor Rd – Brampton Rd – Goodwood Rd – Haydock Rd. Saturday 22nd Dec 5pm Meldreth: Meldreth Station – Whitecroft Road – Oakrits – Mary’s Way – Howard Road – Elin Way – High Street – The Grange – Flambards Close – Bell Close – Gables Close – High Street.
Sunday 23rd Dec 5pm Royston - Orchard Road & Burns Road: Orchard Rd – North
Close – Orchard Way – Rock Rd – Old North Road – York Way – Minster Rd – Burns Rd – Houseman Av – Lindsay Close – Eliot Road – Betjeman Rd – Shakespeare – Burns Rd to end – Old North Road – Serby Av – Lower Gower Rd – Gower Rd.
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From Tallulah’s Kitchen Festive bakewell tart
So let’s begin with the pastry. Sieve the flour into a large bowl and cut the butter into small cubes and add. Rub to a fine bread crumb consistency. Add the orange zest and sugar and rub together to a fine sand consistency. and welcome to another bright and shiny Make a well in the centre and add the beaten edition of The Listing. egg. Now with your hands work all the This month I would like to share with you my recipe for a festive Bakewell Tart. This has all the ingredients together to form a dough but stop flavours of Christmas with all the comfort that a as soon as they come together as otherwise family favourite can offer. This bake may seem a you’ll over work the pastry. Now, leave to rest little time consuming, but dear reader, it can be in the fridge for half an hour. Then roll out the made in advance and popped in the freezer ( I pastry to 2-3 mm and line the loose bottomed flan tin, finishing the edges in a tidy pattern. would freeze it un-iced). While the pastry rests prepare the filling. Add Festive Bakewell Tart the orange liquor to the mince meat and set • A 21cm loose bottom flan tin. aside to steep while you prepare the rest. If you For the Sugar Paste you will need; wish to add any extras to the mince meat now • 250g plain flour is the time to do it. I think extra flaked almonds • 125g butter and dried sour cherries are delicious in this. • The finely grated zest of one orange In a separate bowl, cream the butter and the • 75g caster sugar sugar together until they become lighter in • 1 egg from healthy free running Hens. colour and fluffy in texture. Gradually beat in the For the filling you will need; eggs adding a little at a time and making sure • Approximately 1/2 jar mince meat, that all is mixed in before adding any more. At • 1 tbsp orange liqueur this point you can add a few drops of almond • 100g butter essence and the orange zest. Then stir in the • 2 eggs from healthy free running hens. ground almonds and the flour, and mix until • 100g ground almonds everything is incorporated. • 100g caster sugar Make sure your oven is up to around 200°C. • 10g self raising flour Lightly prick the surface of the pastry, this • Finely grated zest of one orange will help prevent the pastry blistering. Then • Few drops of almond essence spread the bottom with a layer of mince meat For the icing and decorations; nice and evenly. On top of the layer of mince • 6 tbsp of icing sugar meat spread the almond sponge mixture to • 1 tbsp of almond/orange liqueur or water or a flat even finish which will help with a nice lemon juice for a “family” friendly desert! even bake. Pop into the center of the oven until • Any festive decoration you wish
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golden brown and risen, approximately 30-40 minutes. Then remove and leave to cool. When the bake is completely cold we can begin to make the icing (if the icing goes onto a warm cake it will just melt into the sponge). Also you don’t want to make the icing in advance as it will form a “skin” which will result in a lumpy consistency. So, with the icing in a bowl add the liquid of choice a drop or two at a time stirring, and working the mixture well between each addition. Do not be tempted to pour in all the liquid at once as that way trouble lies! Stick with it until you have a syrup like consistency and then pour on to the top of the bake and working the icing right to the edge of the pastry. A wet flat edged knife will help move the icing around without tearing the surface of the bake. If you are adding anything extra on top of the icing add now as a skin will form and you having to “push” your decorations will result in cracked icing Leave for a short time for the icing to set and then the tart is ready to be cut and served. If it is not instantly all devoured then it will keep for 2 or 3 days in an a-ir tight container. Have a fabulous Christmas my Fellow Festive Foodies and I wish you and a Very Happy Christmas and a very Merry New Year! Until next time, and indeed next year, dear reader..
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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, this month I am going to look at evergreen shrub shape and form and how they can be used to give interest at this bare time of year. It is always key to evaluate the “garden worthiness” of the plants we include in our gardens. I like to look at the contrasting shapes and form as you will know but I also want to know how many seasons of interest the plant has. Evergreens tick the box for giving four seasons of interest but it is important to know how to use them to best effect Sweetly scented selections really help to lift the spirits on a winter’s day. If I am looking for a larger shrub I might use Mahonia x intermedia ‘Charity’ that has an spiky, evergreen leaf and long cylindrical spikes of yellow scented flowers. I would use this toward the back of the border. Medium sized scented shrubs could be used in the middle of the border. I
particularly like Daphnes because they have a compact habit and are reliable evergreens. Daphne bholua ‘Jacqueline Postill’ bears fragrant clusters of pale pink flowers above a mid-green leaf while Daphne odora ‘Aureo – marginata’ has smaller clusters of fragrant white pink flowers with a narrow yellow margin on a grey green leaf. At the front of a border I may use Christmas Box, Sarcococca hookeriana var. digyna that has narrow dark green leaves and clusters of tiny, sweetly scented white flowers. It is equally happy in sunshine or shade, but prefers shade. Vertical forms make a good structure for the hoar frosts to settle on. I do like a well clipped Yew / Taxus baccata hedge in a garden. It acts as a back drop and gives structure to a mixed border. The dark feathery foliage is a classic garden look. Although strictly speaking a tree, the vertical, columnar form of the Irish juniper Juniperus communis ‘Hobirnica’ looks great rising out of the fog on a wintery morning. Yew can also be grown in a columnar form if you use Taxus baccata ‘Fastigiata Robusta’. Mound forming shrubs look great surrounded by the dying winter forms of a naturalistic hardy perennial border. I am a big fan of using box balls in my borders mixed with other well behaved shrubs such as dog woods for the pretty stems. Remember it is always about plant associations and combinations that make for a great looking border. Box balls with Cornus alba ‘Sibirica’ and the ephemeral dying forms of Calamagrostis ‘Karl Forester’, Verbena ‘Lolipop’ and Phlomis russeliana would look
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great in a little low winter light. Horizontal forms are great for delineating space in the garden. As gardens are becoming smaller you must carefully choose how we enclose the space. High hedges have their place but more we need smaller delineation of space that is easy to maintain but looks great. Step up the low evergreen hedging plant Buxus sempervirens / Box. It can be clipped and shaped to make a classic garden statement. The bare root season is now under way and this is a great time to purchase your box hedging at a good price. Plant into a well-drained prepared trench at five plants a linear metre and watch them grow. Berrying and variegated shrubs have particular resonance at this time of year for flora displays and wreaths. You could grow shrubs with this purpose in mind. I like Elaeagnus pungens ‘Maculata’, Rhamnus alaternus ‘Argenteovariegata’, and Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald and Gold’. There are loads of Hollies to choose from. I like Ilex aquifolium ‘J.C. van Tol’, and Ilex aquifolium ‘Handsworth New Silver’. If the birds have not taken them Pyracantha berries look good mixed into a wreath too! For more in depth plant advice or garden design help please get in touch.
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This year there will be over 30 trees, all beautifully decorated by local organisations, and often with a theme relevant to their activities. It’s always amazing to see how many organisations there are in such a small village and how creatively they decorate their trees. In addition, the church will be decorated with lots of greenery, candles and a beautifully created nativity scene.
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Christmas is my favourite time of year and who doesn’t like an excuse to shop? I’m a firm believer in getting what I can locally and for me avoiding the pushy crowds. I tend to be a last-minute shopper but this year I’ve already started to make a list of what to buy with so many shops decorating their festive windows and promoting gift ideas, offers instore and on their media pages. So, I need to find gifts for: That special person in my life, well maybe something nice to wear or weekend trip away! Something for the girls in the office and close friends, candles, fizz and chocolates always go down well. Mum loves her perfume and jewellery and Dad loves anything in the garden or mechanical. Brother easy to please with a trip to Cambridge Wine for a special bottle of his favourite whiskey! For those no longer with me our florists always do me proud with a festive wreath.Have a great shopping experience, let me know how you get on – don’t forget a lot of our retailers always provide a gift-wrapping service!
Home-Start Matters Joe Rose, better known as local accountant John Froggett, has been lured into the recording studio! Joe has performed a rendition of a famous song in aid of our branch of Home-Start and had fun filming a lively, laughter filled video to support it, which includes an ‘all-star cast’ of extras from twenty seven local businesses! (You might even spot an appearance from The Listing Team!) Our charity is close to the heart of both John/Joe and the label boss Helen Meissner who have trained with us and in Helen’s case, worked for a few years as a volunteer. ‘Starting a singing career at 60 is not something I had ever imagined but it’s been great fun to record with award winning young
producer Lauren Deakin Davies, who was very gentle with me! Home-Start Royston & South Cambridgeshire provide a valuable and respected service which I really admire, and I wanted to support them.’ We are happy to share the video and links to buy the track, Can’t Help Falling in Love, and thank anyone who feels moved to support this lovely initiative.
Literary Lunch Local entertainer and HomeStart’s Poet in Residence Jude Simpson hosts a chat with Sophie Hannah. Tickets £15. The Old Bull Inn, High Street, SG8 9AW Tuesday 11 December, 1-2.15pm www.ticketsource.co.uk/hsrsc firstname.lastname@example.org www.hsrsc.org.uk
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Royston & District Local History Society Our November lecture was The Remarkable Story of Heffers of Cambridge by Julie Bounford. Julie commenced by telling how Heffers began, grew and became known all over the world. They started life in Fitzroy Street in 1876 as a stationery business, aimed at University clients. They branched into printed matter, particularly academic volumes, which proved to be big sellers. In 1896, William opened a shop devoted to books in Petty Cury. It became familiar to generations of undergraduates, each one receiving the latest catalogue of academic books, turning each new intake into loyal customers. William had a son, Ernest who also joined the business and eventually took
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Christmas Jumper Day On Friday 14th December thousands of people up and down the UK will start their day by pulling on a Christmas Jumper for a great cause- to help to create a brighter future. Make sure to show us all your Christmas Jumpers and to donate to Save The Children! www.christmasjumperday.org/aboutchristmas-jumper-day/
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and bring our stress levels to a more comfortable level. Christmas is all about spending time with loved ones, eating good food and drinking plenty, however excessive drinking dehydrates your body and makes your liver work overtime, it can also hinder sleep quality. Try drinking more water or juice to stay hydrated and make you feel better the day after. Also exercise is an amazing way to reduce stress as it helps produce moodenhancing endorphins. Try going for a walk after dinner as the fresh air and exercise will lift your mood and make you feel a whole lot better. So this Christmas remember to sleep, breath, and move your body as well as having a very jolly time.
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just say a few words “We’ve got an important client coming to visit – you’ll be OK to stand up and say a few words about the company and our products won’t you?” Are you one of those people who reacts to a sentence like that with abject terror? I love standing up in front of a room full of people. But it wasn’t always the case – I was very shy as a child; hiding behind parents’ legs in every photograph and suffering terrible stage fright in school plays… I was recently asked what advice I might give to someone who needed to make a quick presentation. Don’t worry Your audience wants you to do well; they want to hear what you have to say Decide on the big picture What are the main points you trying to get over? Why is your audience here? What’s in it for them? Why is this going to be of interest to your audience? Look at what you think you’re going to say and ask the question, ‘So
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The annual Christmas Big Band Swing Spectactular with our regular guests “Bones Apart” and singer Kimberley Devonshire. Delivering a mixture of Christmas favourites and big band classics from the 40’s & 50’s. With pay bar and cold buffet included in the price of £17.50 including cold buffet.
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Have you Spotted all the Festive Windows in royston town? Thanks to Royston First, many of our shop windows have had a makeover ahead of the festive season and we think they look great!
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For more information please contact:Fish Hill Chambers, 2-3 Fish Hill, Royston, Herts. SG8 9JY Tel: 01763 241 121 email@example.com *home visit appointments are subject to availability, Saturdays by appointment only, not available every Saturday
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TREES LIMITED www.shiretreesurgery.co.uk • Professional Arborists • Seasoned Firewood for sale ADDING WARMTH • Forestry services • Stump grinding & • Hedge Maintenance • Fully insured/Qualified VALUE TO YOUR HOME • All aspects of tree work
A fireplace is at the very heart of a room. It radiates a warmth, comfort and style that is unparalleled and creates an inviting and homely ambience.
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We have an extensive range of fireplaces designed to suit any room and style – from the most contemporay to the most traditional. All our fireplaces are custom made by our highly skilled craftsmen using only the finest quality materials sourced from all over the world.
Take a look at our extensive showroom or our comprehensive website to see our wide range of fireplaces and associated fixtures and fittings. �
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To celebrate the life of someone special, you want the very best. Ivett & Reed has been producing headstones, cremation and commemorative plaques for East Anglian parishes since 1896, delivering service with sensitivity.
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615 NEWMARKET RD, CAMBRIDGE CB5 8PA Tel: 01223 213500
Your local experts specialising in tarmac driveways, footpaths, car parks, access roads, hard standings, potholes, road planing, block paving and kerb works. All enquiries, domestic or commercial, welcome. No job too small.
Call us today on 01763 246055 / 07967 472 378
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BATHROOM & KITCHENS COMPLETE INSTALLATION SERVICE Plumbing • Tiling Carpentry • Wooden flooring
New memorials Plaques Additional inscription Renovation work Accredited licensed ﬁxers (BRAMM)
Gas Safe registered for all gas & lpg plumbing & heating works Worcester Bosch accredited installers offering extended guarantees on new Worcester Bosch boilers installed
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Boilers & Central Systems installed, serviced and repaired
For a free quotation call Peter on 07885 143164 • 01763 257 877 e-mail email@example.com
No call out charges. Free quotations
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