Wine Tasting on 13th June

Wine Tasting ticket image

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Photos from Walkern fair

Click below for photos from this year’s Walkern Fair

Team Spirit (John Pink)

Team Spirit (John Pink)

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Time for a revamp… is under going a long over due revamp… we will be rearranging and organising things in an attempt to make them easier to find as well as making the website mobile friendly.

The Walkern Sports and Community Centre now has its own website which we have linked to from here, please visit it to enquire about bookings, events and party hire.


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Walkern Fair, 4th May 2014

2014.04.07-Fair door to door leaflet-v02

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Walkern is founding member of Magna Carta Barons Association

Click the photo to read about the newly formed Magna Carta Barons association. More information can be found on

Magna Carta Barons Assoc Leicester 27 Sept 2013

Photo courtesy of the Leicester Mercury


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Photos from Walkern Fair and our Lanvallay Twinning Events

Click below to re-live the events of 3rd to 6th May, when a delegation from Lanvallay in Brittany, Walkern’s new twinning partner, visited the village to take part in Walkern Fair…

Team photo at Walkern Hall

Entertaining our guests

Walkern Fair 2013 is open!

Walkern Fair 2013 is open!

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Coffee Morning in aid of Twinning

Walkern-Lanvallay Twinning Association

A coffee morning

will be held on

Tuesday 19th March, 10.30am onwards
At Walkern Gallery, 56 High Street, Walkern

Entry is free, but donations for the Twinning project will be welcome, and there will be a raffle

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Twinning meeting on 18th February

Result of the Walkern History Soc Poll on Twinning

Walkern-Lanvallay Twinning Meeting
Are you one of the 112 people who said yes in our poll on, excited at the prospect of Walkern twinning with Lanvallay? Come along to the Sports and Community Centre on Monday 18th February at 8.00pm to help form a twinning association. The Association will brainstorm and organise fundraisers to help pay for Walkern groups to visit the Breton village, and help fund events in Walkern when Lanvallay visit us.


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Walkern Parish Council on behalf of the Sports and Community Centre secures £40,000 from sporting legacy fund

Walkern Parish Council has secured Olympic legacy funding from Sport England’s Inspired Facilities fund.

Sport England today revealed that more than 1,000 local sports projects across the country have now received National Lottery funding through Inspired Facilities, which is part of the £150 million Places People Play legacy programme. Every sports facility that receives funding will carry the London 2012 Inspire mark – celebrating the link to the Games.

The Walkern Sports and Community Centre (WSCC) , is presently used by many clubs and local youth and community groups as well as being the official home of men’s and women’s football and the village cricket club. The venue is in need of some updating and with National Lottery funding confirmed; the refurbishment will now take place. Modernisation and improvements will include the changing areas, showers, toilets, plumbing and electrics, ceilings and partitions and painting and decorating.

Sport England’s Chair, Richard Lewis, said: “This National Lottery investment is helping us deliver a lasting sporting legacy in Hertfordshire from last year’s successful Olympic and Paralympic Games.

“With so many clubs in the South East having benefited from this fund already and building on the success of last summer, this is the legacy people want for their local community.”

WPC Councillor and WSCC Club Chairman, Kevin Daines said: “We are truly delighted to have secured such a substantial funding commitment from Sport England. The Parish Council has for a long while wished it had the resources to improve the standard of the venue and now it has.  When completed, this desirable and prized village asset will be a focal point for sport and sporting achievement within our community”.

Oliver Heald MP stated “It is a huge credit to Walkern Parish Council that they have secured Olympic legacy funding for the refurbishment of the Sports and Community Centre.  Lottery Funding is always vastly over-subscribed and it is a credit to the hard work of the Parish Councillors and the wider community that the bid has been successful.  I send my warmest congratulations to everyone involved”.

Oliver Heald QC MP
Solicitor General for England and Wales and
Member of Parliament for North East Hertfordshire


Walkern Parish Council is one of 310 projects across England to receiving lottery investment from the third round of the Inspired Facilities fund and one of over 1,000 to benefit overall, with the milestone being achieved one year ahead of schedule.

Many more communities can still benefit from the fund, with a further two rounds remaining.  Bids will be accepted for the fourth round of Inspired Facilities Funding from the 4 March 2013.  You can find out more at

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Contacting The New Hertfordshire Police Commissioner

Following his election as the first Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire on Friday, David Lloyd announced some of the ways that the public will be able to contact him, and to make their voices heard.
These plans include a new website,, which is now live and ready for partner agencies to link to via their own sites. This should replace any links to the Herts Police Authority site, which will shortly close.

The Commissioner can also be contacted by phone on 01992 556600 and by email Written contact should be sent to Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire, FREEPOST ANG6281, Hertford, SG13 8YS.

Work is underway to find new ways to get in touch with the Commissioner using social media such as Twitter and Facebook.  David will also be blogging about his plans and activities as well as setting up public engagement groups that can help develop policy.

David Lloyd starts in post on Thursday 22nd November and he will serve a three and a half year term of office.

David said: “I want to be the Commissioner for all the people of Hertfordshire. Running an open-access office is part of that; I want to make it easy for people to get in touch. Although over 122,000 votes were cast in this county, I recognise that the role has yet to fully capture the interests of our communities.  I hope that in the months to come I will be able to repay the faith of all those who voted for me – and I will work hard to earn the trust of those who did not.”
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