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Aldenham Golf Club – public consultation on expansion proposals. Have your say

A public consultation on the plans is taking place between 5-15 May, so that local people have the opportunity to comment before the Aldenham Golf Club prepares the planning application for submission to the council. Leaflets have been sent to the 330 neighbouring homes, and there is a consultation website at:

For more information please call 07385 129 091 or email:

Queen’s Jubilee Celebrations in Radlett – Bookings Now Open!

THE BEACON LIGHTING FUNFAIR & BARBEQUE – Thursday 2nd June / Tabard Rugby Club – 5:00pm – 10:00pm

Free entry , unlimited ride pass can be booked via

THE RADLETT VILLAGE BIG JUBILEE LUNCH – Sunday 5th June / Our much-loved High Street – 12:00pm – 5:00pm

Please book your table via

Each table can sit 8-10 people

If you are unable to book online please call Inspire All 01442 454000

Support for Ukraine

As we  are all aware the situation in the Ukraine is very upsetting and concerning. Our thoughts and sympathy are with everyone who is affected.

If you would like to support displaced Ukraine Nationals please make donations via the Red Cross as they have a physical presence in the Ukraine Details of other charities that have already launched appeals can also be found here.

STOP PRESS! – Queen’s Jubilee Celebration


Aldenham Parish Council are thrilled to be presenting two major events this June.

THE BEACON LIGHTING FUNFAIR & BARBEQUEThursday 2nd June / Tabard Rugby Club – 5:00pm – 10:00pm

To officially mark the Jubilee alongside thousands of communities across the Nation, this special afternoon and evening will see a myriad of delicious food stalls, live music acts and a fully stocked Clubhouse full of treats with the JUBILEE BEACON lighting at 9:45pm– all flanked by the most AMBITIOUS fairground rides ever staged as part of our series of community events!!!

THE RADLETT VILLAGE BIG JUBILEE LUNCH – Sunday 5th June / Our much-loved High Street – 12:00pm – 5:00pm

Do not miss out on the biggest street party in Radlett’s history! Be ready to book your table, bring your BEST cakes and sandwiches and enjoy an afternoon with friends. Set alongside, and with full support, from local shops and businesses, we can’t wait to see Radlett fly the flag for our monarch while enjoying family attractions, special tribute acts, independent food stalls and MUCH more to be announced. We may even see the Queen herself come by for a tipple with us!!



Access for All – Aldenham Parish Council’s new working party is focused on how to increase accessibility to events. If you have any access needs or concerns, please email Council Manager Peter Evans

Newberries Car Park, Radlett to remain free for first hour

For a number of years, Aldenham Parish Council (APC) has subsidised the cost of parking at Newberries Car Park. This is to enable residents to park free for the first hour.  The cost is £2 for the second hour. The council hopes that people will be encouraged to use local shops, knowing that the first hour’s parking is free.

Some months ago, Hertsmere Borough Council (HBC), who owns Newberries Car Park, informed APC that as there had been no review of the subsidy for many years,  an increase was required. HBC proposed that a subsidy of over £20,000 was required to reflect the loss of revenue by having free parking for the first hour.  Such an increase would have had a significant affect on the budget for 2022/23.

After negotiation, the increase has been agreed from £8,511to £10,000.

APC councillors hope that residents agree that this is a good use of their council tax.  In 2022/23, the precept for a Band D property will be £124.29 per year, an increase of 2.17%.

“80 Trees for 80 Years”

This morning some 35 people gathered at Salter’s Field near the Cricket Club to witness the planting of an oak by Dr Peter Brent, in memory of his parents who came as refugees to England from Nazi Germany in 1939.  The tree planting was part of a national project  “80 Trees for 80 Years” by the Association of Jewish Refugees. The event was attended by the Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire, Robert Voss, the Mayor of Hertsmere, Ann Swerling, faith leaders, members of the Council and community leaders.