Looking for something to do with the family this weekend? Here’s our guide to events going on in or around Watford.
Saturday 27th June, 10:30am until 4:00pm
Joy of Vintage will be at Watford Museum which is based in the Lower High Street, Watford, so if you love vintage or whether you’re just looking for a nice day out, there will be a variety of vintage clothing, jewellery, home ware and furniture.
There’s even a vintage fashion show at 1pm and a fire engine from Herts Fire Museum and of course, you can grab yourself a homemade cake and a fair trade drink.
If you are a bit crafty, then why not book yourself onto a felt flower making workshop that is also taken place at the Museum, it starts at 11am (only £5 per person - booking essential).
Click here for more info on the Vintage Pop Up
Saturday 27th June, 11:00am until 3:00pm
Watford Rural Parish Council are having their annual summer fun day for local residents at St. Andrews Shopping Precinct in South Oxhey.
The South Oxhey Choir, which originally formed in 2008 for the TV series The Choir – Unsung Town with Gareth Malone, will be opening the event with some of their favourites from the wide variety of music from popular classics to classical pop that they sing.
There’s loads going on including stalls, fairground rides for the children, bungee fly, bucking rodeo ball, face painting, Auntie Jo Jo balloons AND MUCH MORE.
For more information on South Oxhey Summer Fun Day visit HERE
Sunday 28th June, 12:00pm until 6:00pm
Come and join Harvey the Bear and Peace Hospice Care at Sun Postal Sports and Social Club for fun for all the family.
As well as many stalls selling crafts, tombola, raffle and children’s rides. There will also be a visit from Watford Blue Watch in their fire engine and an entertainment arena with performances from Twisted Cheer & Dance, an Acoustic session with Tom Craven, Shades of Midnight Let the Shades, Rock Chorus and much more..
There is a small donation for entry. Adults £2, Children £1, Concessions £1 and Family Tickets (2 adults + 2 children) are £5.
The finals of the Baku 2015 European Games will be shown on the screens in the bar area.
For more information please visit Peace Hospice Care’s website
Don't forget that The Big Festival is still on! An outdoor festival has a programme of live performances and art displays, most of which are free, taking place in the Town Centre and througout Watford.
Have you signed up and started the Beat the Street challenge yet?
If not, then it's a great way to get out with the family, friends or colleagues and get moving. Please visit BEAT ON THE STREET for more information and to sign up!