Details about forthcoming events, either to be held at the Community Centre, or that the Centre supports, are shown below. PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO SEE MORE! Abbots Langley Community Centre hosts a variety of events throughout the year. Many charities have hired the Centre for fundraising events, which have included quiz nights, line dancing, table-top sales and ladies' nights, all with great success. Concessionary rates apply to such events, so click on the CONTACT US tab above or call 07530 266 293 to ask our Bookings Manager for further information.
If you would like your event to be promoted on this page, or on our Facebook page @AbbotsLangleyCommunityCentre please just ask the Bookings Manager when you apply to hire the Centre.
This Year's Prince and Princess of the Parade: 8th June 2019
The winners of this year's competition for the Prince and Princess of the Parade, sponsored by the Community Centre, have been announced! Go now to our Facebook page, to see more including the live video draw, which captures the moment the winners were picked! @AbbotsLangleyCommunityCentre. The lucky prize-winners get a free party booking at the Centre, and parade in a fabulous horse-drawn carriage on carnival day, 8th June!
This Year's AGM: Friday 14th June 2019, 7pm, at the Centre
The purpose of the Abbots Langley Community Centre's Annual General Meeting (AGM) is to receive its Management Committee's annual report, approve its annual accounts, and to appoint its Trustees, Management Committee, Chair and officers for the coming year. To find out more about how the Community Centre works, click on the ABOUT US tab at the top of this page to see further details.
Sunday 7th July 2018
Not many villages have their own symphony orchestra of committed and talented players under a professional conductor - Abbots Langley does! The Orchestra's next concert will be on Sunday 7th July at the Community Centre. The programme for the summer concert will feature the wind section in Gounod's Petite Symphony for wind, along with Beethoven's Corolian Overture and Sibelius' Symphony No. 2. For further information visit www.alorchestra.org.
This Year's Show Date: Saturday 14th September 2019
The Abbots Langley Gardening Society holds its autumn show at the Centre. Members exhibit a wonderful collection of their homegrown and homemade produce, and there is also judging and prize-giving. Everyone is welcome to visit the show. If you would like further information about the Gardening Society and its regular talks, socials and events, then please visit its website http://www.algs.org.uk/
This Year's Abbots Autumn Fest: September 2019, Date TBC
Visit our popular stall, find out what goes on at the Centre, and have a go at our lucky apple dip. We promise a sweet surprise every time! For 2018, to celebrate the Centre's golden anniversary we also hid some golden apples in the tub. Whoever picked one out won a special prize. To see the highlights of the event visit @AbbotsAutumnFest 2018
This Year's Race Day: Sunday 6th October 2019, the races start from 9.30am onwards, Manor House Grounds
This popular 10K race is accompanied by a fun run, and 3K and 5K events. The Tough Ten raises funds to help local clubs and charities. The Community Centre gives the runners a base with facilities, and the race winners' presentation is held outside the Centre. If you would like to take part in the races, or volunteer to help out on the day, please visit www.tough10.co.uk/
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If you're holding an event at the Centre for the public to attend, then you can advertise it here! Send us a digital picture and the details, and we will display them on this page. If you'd like to take advantage of this facility, just let our Bookings Manager know. Please click on the CONTACT US tab at the top of this page to make a request or telephone on 07530 266 293. We can also post your event on the Community Centre's Facebook page @AbbotsLangleyCommunityCentre .
Sunday 13th October 2019, 3.00pm (doors 2.30pm)
Performed by three singers and musicians from North West England, Pete Coe, Brian Peters and Laura Smyth, “The Road to Peterloo” tells the tale of one of the most notorious incidents in British history, the Peterloo Massacre in Manchester in 1819, through some of the many street ballads that were created around the time of the event. The ticket price is £12 which includes refreshments at the interval. Advance booking recommended. Visit www.oldtimetim.com/alwac.htm.