Cheshunt

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Adult Ballet Class

Every Wednesday from 11.00 - 12.00 noon for adults of all ages! An hours class of gentle ballet moves to improve your posture, flexibility and balance. All in a fun filled atmosphere at The Valle Academy Studios, Wilton House, Delamare Road, Cheshunt, Herts, EN8 9SG .
No experience required. Each class is £5.00. Why don't you come along and give it a try? The new term has just started.
01992 622862 (ask for Jayne)

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NEW CHASE FARM HOSPITAL

The NEW Chase Farm Hospital in now open and all departments are now located in the new building including the Urgent Care Centre. The A & E is at Barnet Hospital. Car Parking is in the multi storey car park. Pay when leaving.
10TH TOPICAL DISCUSSIONS
Lea Valley Discussion Group, 8pm, Methodist Church Hall, Middlefield Road, Hoddesdon. New members and guests welcome. 01920 877370.

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BROXBOURNE PERFORMING ARTS AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER

7TH MUSIC
‘My Kind of Music’ From Show and Film Music to Pop Songs and Classical - Something for every taste! Free lunchtime music sponsored by BArts, featuring pianist Barbara Manning. 12noon - 2pm, the Spotlight Café Bar, Hoddesdon.

12TH TALK
‘The Road to the Tower’ by Mick Casson. Monthly meeting of Lea Valley U3A from 1pm, speaker at 2pm. The Spotlight, Hoddesdon. Contact Lee Rayner 01992 465383. email: lvu3a@live.co.uk

12TH TOPICAL DISCUSSIONS
Lea Valley Discussion Group, 8pm, Methodist Church Hall, Hoddesdon. New members and guests welcome. 01920 877370.

14TH FLORAL ART
‘Summer Time’ demonstration by Jane Ellis. Hoddesdon Floral Art Society. 2 - 4pm, Over 60's Centre, Jackson Hall, Burford Street, Hoddesdon. 01992 442907.

15TH TALK
‘Life as an Auctioneer’ by Steve Lester. Monthly meeting of Broxbourne U3A. 10am, the Spotlight, Hoddesdon. Enquiries: Jane Burr 01992 443822. email: broxbourneu3a@outlook.com

19TH DISCUSSION
‘Democracy and Short Termism’. Lea Valley Discussion Group, 8pm, Methodist Church Hall, Hoddesdon. New members and guests welcome. 01920 877370.

22ND TALK
‘Barrow to Baghdad and Back’ by Philip Caine. Monthly meeting of Cheshunt U3A from 1.30pm at Laura Trott Leisure Centre, Cheshunt. Guest speaker at approx 2.30pm. Christine Luff 01992 621543. email: cheshuntu3a@gmail.com

SEPTEMBER

9TH TALK
‘The RAF in Summer Skies’ by Phil Holt. Monthly meeting of the Lea Valley U3A from 1pm, speaker at 2pm. New members and guests welcome. The Spotlight, Hoddesdon. Contact Lee Rayner 01992 465383. email: lvu3a@live.co.uk

9TH TOPICAL DISCUSSION
Lea Valley Discussion Group. 8pm, Methodist Church Hall, Middlefield Road, Hoddesdon. New members and guests welcome. 01920 877370.

11TH FLORAL ART
‘Stones, Beetles & Flowers’ demonstration by Linda Kingcott. Hoddesdon Floral Art Society. 2 - 4pm, Jackson Hall, Burford Street, Hoddesdon. 01992 442907.

13TH LUNCH
‘Good Impressions’ presented by BArts. Impressionism in the creative arts during the C19th was a radical break with conventional, traditional forms and techniques and encompassed music and literature as well as painting. Tickets £15.00. Including lunch & a drink. 12noon, Dinant Room, the Spotlight. Booking 01992 441946. NB No repeat.

18TH MUSIC
‘My Kind of Music’ From Show and Film Music to Pop Songs and Classical - Something for every taste! Free lunchtime music sponsored by BArts, featuring pianist Barbara Manning. 12noon - 2pm, Spotlight Café Bar, Hoddesdon.

19TH TALK
‘Dad’s Army, the Making of a Legend’ by Mark Walsh. Monthly meeting of Broxbourne U3A. 10am, the Spotlight, Hoddesdon. Enquiries: Jane Burr 01992 443822. email: broxbourneu3a@outlook.com

19TH SEPT - 14TH NOV COURSE
‘Women We Should All Know About’ Lecturer: Janet Berenson. Why are men’s names and achievements more easily remembered than women’s? We will explore the lives and achievements of some extraordinary women. Course Fee £61.60, 1st week without commitment. Hoddesdon and Broxbourne WEA. 10am - 12 noon, Broxbourne Parish Centre, St. Augustine’s Church. 01992 306598.

21ST MUSIC
Patrick Hemmerlé (piano) plays Chopin and Schumann. Hoddesdon Music Club. 7.30pm, United Reformed Church, Mill Lane, Broxbourne. Visitors welcome. Tickets £14 from www.hoddesdonmusic.org.uk.

23RD DISCUSSION
‘Is it Time to Build your Ark, Noah?’ Lea Valley Discussion Group. 8pm, Methodist Church Hall, Middlefield Road, Hoddesdon. New members and guests welcome. 01920 877370

26TH ART LECTURE
‘Secret Art in the Passport’ by Martin Lloyd. Coffee 10am, 10.30am start. Guests Welcome. Tickets at reception on day £8. The Arts Society East Herts. Contact Julia Fulton 01707 324898.

26TH TALK
‘A Very Secret War - bugging the German generals at Trent Park in WW2’ by Helen Fry. Monthly meeting of Cheshunt U3A from 1.30pm at Laura Trott Leisure Centre, Cheshunt. Guest speaker at approx 2.30pm. Secretary Christine Luff 01992 621543. email: cheshuntu3a@gmail.com

26TH - 28TH MUSICAL
‘Our House’ is a ‘jukebox musical’ featuring the songs of Madness and explores the themes of love, family values, growing up, responsibility and dealing with losing the people that shape us. EHOS. Evenings 7.30pm, Sat. Mat. 2.30pm, the Spotlight Theatre, Hoddesdon. Tickets from £16. Box Office 01992 441946 or www.ehos.co.uk

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CHESHUNT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

The Cheshunt Horticultural Society has now re-located to the Masonic Hall, Turners Hill Cheshunt opposite the Library and meetings are taking place in the afternoons at 2 pm on the first Thursday of the month.

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Hertfordshire Independent Living Service [HILS]

Hertfordshire Independent Living Service (HILS), established by Herts County Council as a charitable social enterprise, provides a range of caring services to help people stay happy, healthy, and independent in their own home. Help to people’s lives, HILS give support and peace of mind to thousands of Hertfordshire residents, their families and friends.
HILS services include:
Meals on wheels, Nutrition & wellbeing service, Pop-in visits, Community alarms & telecare. Home from hospital packs, Dementia fun clubs, Emergency food packs, Advocacy, & Optician service.
Meals on wheels are available to everyone, 365 days a year. Every visit includes delivery of a hot meal and dessert, along with a caring welfare check, at the subsidised cost of £4.55 per day (or slightly more if you don’t meet the subsidy criteria). Breakfast/Tea packs are also available at an additional charge. You can order meals as a one-off, temporarily, or for as long as you would like them. A medication prompt can also be provided.
Community alarms and telecare support you to live safely and independently in your home. A community alarm is a unit connected wirelessly to a small, water resistant button worn on your wrist or around your neck. If you need help, it connects you to a Hertfordshire-based control room, 24 hours a day. Telecare equipment can support you at home by alerting someone if you need help. It can also help you to manage your medication, let your family know you’re okay, manage a sensory impairment, and prevent distraction burglaries, scams, and abuse. The Home from Hospital emergency food and grocery pack is a box of essentials given free of charge if you are leaving hospital.
HILS work in partnership to offer a free home eye testing and spectacle fitting service.
• For more information about HILS and the services provided, please click the following to download Hertfordshire Independent Living Service Booklet
or visit the website at www.hertsindependentliving.org

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LOWEWOOD MUSEUM near BROXBOURNE CIVIC CENTRE

Every Friday afternoon between 2pm and 3pm at Lowewood Museum, visitors are offered a free cup of tea and space to have a chat and to handle some of the nostalgic objects. All are welcome.

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Diabetes UK {DIABETES Our contact Jean BORRILL 01707 888161}

We have been asked to raise awareness of the first meeting in Cheshunt of "Type-2-Together". This is a pilot project, organised jointly by Diabetes UK and the NHS at Addenbrookes Hospital, to set up Peer Support Groups for those living with Diabetes Type 2. Cheshunt has been chosen as one of the first of its kind in this area. It is hoped that by meeting in a Peer Support Group, those living with the condition will be able to share their experiences and discuss information and tips in a very relaxed and informal manner, learn more about diabetes management and well-being and enjoy the support and friendship of others in the same situation.
This first meeting was held at the Beaumont Centre, Rowlands Fields, Turners Hill, Cheshunt on Thursday, 29th October at 10am.to 12 and thereafter every last Thursday in the month.
The Peer Support Group Leader is Joan Borrill

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JIVING - June BUNTEN 01992 426211

Due to the lack of people at the last few jiving sessions it is now longer
economical for me to continue to run this group. The good news is that the
jive teacher Vanessa Barnes is going to run jive classes on the 2nd & 3rd
Thursdays of the Month 2pm - 4pm at the Hoddesdon Methodist Church.
This will no longer be a U3A group but Vanessa can be contacted direct on 01992460735 mobile 07973444771 email vanessabarnes1@hotmail.com

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Exercise Class - Keep Fit Mary 01992 426341

Every Thursday ...Laura Trott Cheshunt Cost £3.. 9.45 am for registration... Class runs from 11.30 am - 12.30 pm
The sessions are run by fully qualified instructors whose aim is to ensure that we have fun whilst trying to get fit.

PLEASE NOTE THAT AS FROM MONDAY 17TH SEPTEMBER 2018 THE CAR PARKING FEE OF
£1.60 WILL NO LONGER BE REFUNDED.

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BALLET CLASS

Two classes’ have started with a qualified tutor at the Valle Academy of Performing Arts at Wilton House, Delamare Road EN8 9SG Tel. No. 01992622862. This is very well attended and enjoyed. This is a new form of exercise for us YOUNG PEOPLE that is sweeping across the nation at the moment. We obviously will not be prima ballerinas but the movements we learn will be brilliant for our muscles, limbs and especially for balance.. If you are interested you can contact Valle at the above telephone number. Wednesdays at 10.15am - 11.15. then 11.45am - 12.45, £3.50 for the hour. No Commitment. No need to pre-book. This is Brilliant group and really fun. See you there?

No exams, no pressure, but loads of fun and good all round exercise

CHAIR BASED KEEP FIT

Cheshunt Free Church, every Tuesday 1.45pm-3.15pm, cost £2.00 per session. Taking part in a keep fit class can be fun whatever your age or ability. Each class is designed to help build and develop your strength, balance and flexibility and is designed for people who find an exercise class too energetic. The group is run by a fully qualified instructor whose aim is to ensure that you enjoy and have fun whilst trying to improve your level of mobility and fitness.

Contact Mary 01992 426341.

PILATES

Group meets every Thursday 11.00am-12.00 noon, at The Cheshunt Club, Albury Ride, Cheshunt. A friendly group with a qualified tutor, who will adapt the exercises to your health/capabilities. Please bring an exercise mat or thick towel with you. New members very welcome. Contact details: Becky Ashman 07964 631780

KNIT AND NATTER

With Shirley Webb 01992 424693. Now every Tuesday at the Royal British Legion, Crossbrook St. 1.00pm - 3.00pm, cost £1.00.

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