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October 2018

Royal British Legion Street Poppies at Abbots Langley

1st October 2018 - 30th November 2018
Abbots Langley Village and Around

Royal British Legion Street Poppies at Abbots Langley

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Abbots Langley Scouts – “What the Scouts of Hertfordshire did in World War One” – a talk by Frank Brittain (Hertfordshire Scouts’ Archivist)

5th October 2018 7:30 pm
The Scout Hall, 21 Langley Road
Abbots Langley, WD5 0EH
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Frank Brittain, the Hertfordshire Scouts' Archivist will speak about Scouting in Hertfordshire during the Great War. Over 1,000 local Scouts served helping the local authorities throughout the War. Come and find out what they did. During the evening an exhibition featuring the stories of the Boy Scouts from Abbots Langley and their role in the Great War will be on display.

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Great War Exhibition – Bedmond

27th October 2018 10:00 am - 2nd November 2018 12:00 pm
Church of the Ascension (“Tin Church”), Church Hill
Bedmond, WD5 0RN
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An exhibition will feature the life and times of the people from the villages of Abbots Langley, Bedmond, Hunton Bridge, Langleybury and Leavesden. From the declaration of War in August 1914 and the arrival of troops to be billeted in and around the villages, through to the Armistice in November 1918 and beyond. The exhibition will run for two weeks (one week in Bedmond, followed by one week in Abbots Langley), and will present the research of the Back to…

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Abbots Langley Local History Society: Two Great War Talks

29th October 2018 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Manor House Sports & Social Centre, Gallows Hill Lane
Abbots Langley, WD5 0DD
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“Three Men, Three Ships and A Submarine: 22 September 1914” & “The Bedmond Cowboy” – two short Great War talks by Geoff Cunnington and Roger Yapp. Geoff Cunnington (Chairman of the Beds & Herts Branch of the Western Front Association) will present the story of a famous British Naval disaster from September 1914 with Abbots Langley interest, and based on original research, Roger Yapp (Project Leader of the Back to the Front Project) will reveal the previously unknown story of…

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Back to the Front (Bedmond): Talk by Roger Yapp

30th October 2018 7:30 pm
Church of the Ascension (“Tin Church”), Church Hill
Bedmond, WD5 0RN
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“Back to the Front”, a talk by Roger Yapp. Roger Yapp (Project Leader of the “Back to the Front” Project will tell the story of Walter Owen, a Groom from Abbots Langley, who joined up in September 1914 and how a long weekend in France led to the birth of the “Back to the Front” Project. Before and after the talk please visit the “Back to the Front” exhibition at the Church. Doors open 7.30pm Suggested donation £2 per person…

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November 2018

Great War Exhibition – Abbots Langley

3rd November 2018 - 18th November 2018
St Lawrence Church, High Street
Abbots Langley, WD5 0AS
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Extended until Sunday 18th November 2018 An exhibition will feature the life and times of the people from the villages of Abbots Langley, Bedmond, Hunton Bridge, Langleybury and Leavesden. From the declaration of War in August 1914 and the arrival of troops to be billeted in and around the villages, through to the Armistice in November 1918 and beyond. The exhibition will run for two weeks (one week in Bedmond, followed by one week in Abbots Langley), and will present…

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“Spirit, Service & Sacrifice” – Bedmond in World War One

3rd November 2018 7:30 pm
Free

Travel back one hundred years for an evening including an authentic World War One Supper and Concert Party entertainment. An evening of songs, poems and monologues recreating Bedmond of 1918. Guests are encouraged to dress in period costume.

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“Only Remembered” – an Evening of Great War Songs and Stories

7th November 2018 7:45 pm - 10th November 2018 2:30 pm
The Henderson Hub, High Street
Abbots Langley, WD5 0AR
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Free

An evening of music and songs from the Great War and stories of local people at the Front and at Home in villages.

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Remembrance Sunday

11th November 2018 10:30 am

Sunday 11th November 2018 marks one hundred years to the day when the guns fell silent, and the Great War came to an end. This year’s Remembrance Sunday Service at St Lawrence Church at Abbots Langley will be a very special event, to commemorate the end of the conflict and also those who served and gave their lives. The Service will also remember all those from throughout the world that have lost their lives in conflict.

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“Now that the Guns have stopped”

11th November 2018 8:00 pm
Church of the Ascension (“Tin Church”), Church Hill
Bedmond, WD5 0RN
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“Now that the guns have stopped” will comprise an anthology of music, poetry, readings and imagery led by Brian Hibberd. It will be a reflective presentation, much of the material having been written by writers, composers and poets themselves involved in the First World War. Although prayerful in nature it will be suitable for people of any faith or none.

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