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No events are planned until the pandemic is over and things are back to normal. Check back from time to time as the situation is changing rapidly. As the object of this group is to meet IRL virtual events will not be held.

With the uncertain future of Meetup this site is undergoing an upgrade and you will, in the near future, be able to subscribe to email updates and RSVP to events.

This site already loads faster than Meetup and arguably offers a better experience to members and at a fraction of the cost. If you are a Meetup organiser and are interested in setting up a similar site to this please get in touch at Office@asgtmg.co.uk


Roy's Art Fair

London’s largest free art fair that provides affordable space for artists and a relaxed, community atmosphere for visitors returns to Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf . Bringing you 80 artists, doodle room and free workshops for visitors to try their hand at being an artist, live artwork and exclusive print releases from special guest artists. A friendly and engaging event for all ages to enjoy.

Oxo Tower Wharf is owned and managed by Coin Street Community Builders. Coin Street Community Builders is a social enterprise and our aim is to make our neighbourhood a great place to live, work in, and visit. www.coinstreet.org

Thursday 4th Mar, 2021
Bargehouse

Bluebell Picnic Walk

Weather permitting we will have a picnic in a bluebell woods close to Tring station.  After a short work of about one and a half miles, passing through the instagrammable village of Aldbury, we will enter the woods and find a quiet spot for a picnic.  There are a few (mercifully) short stretches that are quite steep and can be muddy so sensible footwear is the order of the day as is a reasonable level of fitness. 

The attached  map shows the route into the woods but the exact spot will not be known until we find it!  To the north of our likely spot is the Bridgewater Monument where toilets and a café can be found.  

The date may change due to weather and other restrictions on movement and such.

Bring something to sit on and food for yourself and some to share.   

Bridgewater Monument
The monument was built in 1832 in memory of the third Duke of Bridgewater who once lived in Ashridge house. As you walk around its York stone base, notice how the monument is dedicated to 'the father of inland navigation' because the duke became famous for building canals during the Industrial Revolution.
 
Climb to the top
During weekends from April to October we open up the monument and invite you to take the challenge of climbing all 172 steps to the top. As you scale the winding steps, take time to feel the rough cold blocks of granite and peek through the windows as you leave the ground behind.

Sunday 25th Apr, 2021
Tring Station

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