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Mon 23 – Sun 29 July

Sundown Cinema at The Cricketers, Weston, Tues 24 July

Moana screening in Weston with Sundown Cinema. I love this pub and the cricket ball wood fired pizza is just the ticket for watching a film in the garden on a big screen.

Cricketers outdoor cinema

 

Portuguese supper club, The White Hart, Welwyn, Thurs 26 July

The White Hart in Welwyn village has great supper clubs. This photo is from one I went to earlier in the year (and I seem to remember snow on the ground although it really doesn’t seem that long ago). Delicious food, great wine from Wine2Trade, and evenings are also incredibly good value. Friendly atmosphere in the former village court room. £45.

Portuguese Supper Club

 

Standon Calling, Thurs 26 – Sun 29 July

This is a big one in Herts. This year’s line up includes Paloma Faith, Bryan Ferry, Goldfrapp, George Ezra, Maribou State and Lucy Porter. Load your wristband with dosh and get ready to glitter up and jump into a hot tub.

Standon Calling

 

 

 

Henry Moore Studios and Gardens, Perry Green

It’s the perfect weather to visit the heavenly Henry Moore Studios and Gardens. If you haven’t been, put it on your list for this summer. There’s a new visitor centre, cafe and shop and it’s just the most fantastic place. It’s one of my top places in Herts.

Henry Moore Studios and Gardens

 

Gin Cruise on the River Lea, Ware, Sat 28 July

A three hour leisurely trip down the River Lea while you learn about different gins and taste them. Sounds like a good way to spend a Saturday afternoon. You set sail from Ware at midday, travel towards Hertford and then you come back to Ware at 3pm. Ware Town Quay, next to the Priory, behind the library car park. SG12 9XB  £55.

Gin Cruise

 

Teeth, Wellcome Collection – until 19 Sept

Napoleon’s toothbrush

Dentistry, fairground entertainment, happy smiles and horrific tales. 150 objects, including ancient protective amulets and dental bling, dentures and drills, sketches and spittoons, tooth transplants and toothpaste ads, If you catch a train home from Euston or Kings Cross, you might like to pop in here one evening. Open until 6pm during the week and until 8pm on Thursdays. Free.

Wellcome Collection

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