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Thursday 1st June
Chorleywood Bookshop is incredibly excited and delighted to welcome David Walliams to the bookshop on Thursday June 1st from 2pm to 3pm, with his brilliant follow-up to bestseller The World’s Worst Children!
Tickets are free, but a copy of The World’s Worst Children 2 (RRP £14.99) must be purchased in advance. Tickets can ONLY be purchased online and advance booking is essential. Parents accompanying their children do not need to purchase a ticket.

The Chorleywood Bookshop
4 New Parade, Chorleywood WD3 5NJ     Telephone :01923 283566
Website: www.chilternbookshops.co.uk
Friday 2nd June
Chorleywood Bookshop welcoming bestselling children’s author Derek Landy (Skulduggery Pleasant) on Friday 2nd June 11am to 1pm for a signing. It’s FREE to attend and Derek’s new book ‘Resurrection’ will be £14.99 on the day!

We can’t tell you any more about ‘Resurrection’ (apart from it’s AMAZING!) as it’s top secret, but we are allowed to say that Derek will be signing books from 11am on Friday June 2nd (half term – yay!) and that we cannot wait to see you all there!

Saturday 3rd June
Sarratt WI Coffee Morning
Saturday June 3rd, at Sarratt House, The Green 10am – 12.30pm (by kind permission of Pam Turner) In aid of Guide Dogs for the Blind 
Cakes and Bakes, the famous W.I. Marmalade, Jam and Lemon Curd, Plants, Bric-a -Brac, Books and a Raffle,
Please book the date - and make sure to come along and enjoy coffee in a beautiful garden.

Tuesday 6th June
Paul Strickland Golf Appeal
Tuesday 6th June, Denham Golf Club
A golf day in aid of a charity at Mount Vernon Hospital has been organised by Paul Strickland Scanner Centre. Money raised through the golf day will be used to make sure patients can benefit from leading edge scanning equipment and further medical research into cancer and other conditions. 
The event is an 18 hole team Stableford Competition and there will be team as well as individual prizes.  Apart from coffee and bacon rolls on arrival, participants will be able to tuck into a three course meal with their team mates and other players, all included in the entry fee of £100.

In addition, there will be a raffle and charity auction. The charity is currently looking for local businesses who would like to raise their profile and make a difference to their community by sponsoring a hole for £100. Registration begins at 10am, shotgun start 11am.
To book your place, or to sponsor a hole, call 844290

Wednesday 7th June
Wednesday 7 and 21 June
10.30am to noon in the Village Hall.
Appointments for Chiropody, Hairdressing and Massage can be made with Sue Goslett on 270838

Saturday 10th June
Chipperfield Choral Society Summer Concert at St. Paul’s
Saturday June 10th til 25th
Art Exhibition in Belsize
June 10 - 25
Two local artists are taking part in the Bucks Open Studios initiative. They will exhibit at ‘Corndean’, Little Windmill Hill, Belsize, WD4 9DG and will open 10am to 5pm every day except Mondays.
Sunday 11th June
Sarratt Wildlife Volunteers
Do join us if you would like some healthy exercise for the benefit of the wildlife sites around Sarratt.  Tools and coffee and biscuits are provided. 
The next session will be at Commonwood on Sunday June 11, 10am until about noon, meeting in the car park near Commonwood House. 
For more information call Brenda, 269956 or Dawn, 267071.
Monday 12th June
Friendship Club
For our next meeting on Monday 12 June we will be going to Sarratt Mill House and we will advise you of timings and transport nearer the time.
Jackie Boughton

Tuesday 13th June
“Wagons and the West: Images of the American Frontier 1607 - 1890”
Ian Beckett
From the beginning of Europen colonisation in the New World, the western frontier of civilisation held a particular fascination
ALL OUR LECTURES ARE HELD at Sarratt Village Hall on the second Tuesday of the month,
starting at 11am, with coffee/tea normally served from 10.30. 
Full information on our website www.rdfas.org.uk
For further details, contact acting Membership Secretary John Jefkins 01494 874507 
Visitors are welcome.      
Jean Butler, President, RDFAS

Wednesday 14th June
An evening with Judy Murray
Wednesday 14th June, 7.30pm at The Junction, Christ Church, Chorleywood, WD3 5SG
Join us for an evening with Judy Murray. Her extraordinary memoir charts the challenges she has faced, from desperate finances and growing pains to entrenched sexism. This is truly a night not to be missed!
Event book voucher £20.00 to include a copy of the book & a glass of Pimm's.
The Chorleywood Bookshop
4 New Parade, Chorleywood WD3 5NJ   T:01923 283566

Friday 16th, Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th June 
MAY FAIR on Sarratt Green
Sunday 18th June
June Sunday Market

O time! Who knows’t a lenient hand to lay
Softest on sorrow’s wounds, and slowly thence,
Lulling to sad repose the weary sense.
The faint pang stealest unperceiv’d away;
On thee I rest my only hope at last,
And think when thou hast dried the bitter tear
That flows in vain o’er all my soul held dear,
I may look back on Sunday Markets past,
And meet life’s peaceful evening with a smile -
As some lone bird, at day’s departing hour,
Sings in the sunbeam of the transient shower,
Forgetful tho’ its wings are wet the while.

So rest your hopes and lull your sorrows at the Village Hall Sunday Market on Sunday 18 June, to see our peaceful selection of bargains – with craft, bric-a-brac, plants, home baking and affordable antique stalls. Tea and coffee are available with biscuits or home made cakes. S
tart is 10am till midday.
Any enquiries please ring Larry on 265386.

Sunday 18th June

Sunday 18th June
Best of Brass
We are delighted to have the fabulous Fodens Band joining the Amersham Band with trumpet Virtuoso Mike Lovatt lead trumpeter with The John Wilson Orchestra.

Sunday 18th June      3pm
Barbirolli Hall  St Clement Danes School  Chenies Road, Chorleywood WD3 6EW
Tickets £17.50 | Child (under16) £10  online box office at
Website: www.amershamband.com/boxoffice
Monday 19th June
Monday 19 June  12.30pm in the Village Hall.
Whether you want to join us or you are unable to come, please tell Carol Chorley (265096) by Thursday 15 June.

Monday 19th June
Pints of View -  June Meeting
Our informal discussion will be led by Simon Diggins at The Plough, Belsize, on Monday 19 June, starting at 8pm.
All are welcome. Come and consider how the world can be put to rights.
                                                                                           Bob Shearer & John Guy
Tuesday 20th June
Sarratt Parish Council Meeting
Back Meeting Room at Sarratt Village Hall at 7.30 pm

Wednesday 21st June
Wednesday 7 and 21 June
10.30am to noon in the Village Hall.
Appointments for Chiropody, Hairdressing and Massage can be made with Sue Goslett on 270838

Wednesday 21st June
Fancy an outing to Kew Gardens without the worry of driving there and where to park ?
 Join us on Wednesday 21 June, leaving the Village Hall at 9.30 am.  Cost is £27.
 If you are interested, please ring Margaret Stratford on 260475 for full details and booking form.
Friday 23rd  (pm) , Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th June
Floral displays to celebrate “The Saints”

Friday   23rd June 2pm - 5pm
Teas available  - Come along after work or school

Saturday 24th June   10am – 5pm
Sunday 25th June   11am – 5pm

Both days enjoy a fabulous barbecue, lunch, tea, coffee plus stalls for cakes, plants, Bric-a-Brac and lots more.

Children’s Parade of Flowers & Family Church Service 10am on Sunday morning 25th June

“Words and Music for a Summer Evening” Concert - 7.30pm  Saturday 24th June

Admission Free – retiring collection     FREE Entrance and Parking 

Friday 30th June

Sarratt Open Golf Day
Every year since 1979, golfers of Sarratt have competed for the Sarratt Open. This year 30 golfers gathered at West Herts Golf Club on the 15 July to do battle on the fairways and greens
  In the morning Texas Scramble warm up competition  Simon Foot, Andy Webb and Danny Dallas romped home .
 After lunch in the Open itself the winner was former Sarratt footballer Chris Kemp, closely followed by Danny Dallas and Lyle Aitkin from team Post Office!
 Well done to all who made it a real fun day.

Next year has been booked for Friday 30  June 2018
so please put it in your diary.

If you want to be kept informed of the event next year drop me, Trevor Church, an email on church416@btinternet.com.
Saturday 1st July
Saturday 1st July 11am - 3pm
BBQ - Pimms Tent - Bouncy Castle & Huge Bouncy Slide - Games - Raffle - TOmbola - Shows - And lots more..

Sunday 16th July
Sunday 23rd July
Sarratt Tennis Club Open Day
Sunday 23 July at the King George V Playing Field f
rom 2-5pm.
Come along for Free Strawberries, Free ice cream, Free Pimms and Free soft drinks! Prizes and Goodies. Free trial membership. Every one is welcome

 You don’t have to be a member to come along (or even have a racket)! There will be lots of activities during the afternoon, to see and take part in, including: Mini Tennis for kids, Beginners coaching, Beat the robot - you against the ball machine: Test your serve We are particularly keen to help beginners get into playing and our coach will be on hand to get you started. Played at school? Lapsed player? - rediscover your skills.
                                                                                   Rob Hildick 267927

Sunday 13th August 

Saturday 9th September
Sarratt Horticultural Society
Autumn Show

Sunday 15th October


Sunday 19th November


Sunday 10th December