The Hertfordshire Way is a 194-mile long-distance footpath which goes through Royston in the north, Tring and Chipperfield in the west, Shenley in the south and Bishops Stortford in the east.
The Friends of the Hertfordshire Way, from all parts of the county, promote and help to maintain the route.
We are a social group who are interested in, and wish to support, the National Trust.
We meet locally to to hear speakers on subjects of interest to our members.
We arrange several day outings each year and a short break holiday, often including National Trust properties.
Members do not have to be a National Trust member and we invite you to visit our web site to learn more about our Association
Last Friday in the month – Sept to March, 7.20pm, Royston Market Hill Rooms and Dame Bradbury’s School Saffron Walden alternately.
Online group for giving and getting items for free to keep them in use and out of landfill.
Repair Cafés are free meeting places and they’re all about repairing things (together).
Market Hill Rooms, Fish Hill, Royston.
Talks from leading experts in wildlife, ecology and conservation.
Tuesdays monthly, 7.30pm.
Town Hall, Royston SG8 7DA