Out and About
An independent group of professional people with a common interest in the investigation and explanation of paranormal phenomena.
Market Hill Rooms, Fish Hill, Royston, SG8 7JL.
Songs and rhymes suitable for pre-school children and babies.
Wednesdays, 10.15-10.45am and 11.15-11.45am.
Royston Library, Market Hill, Royston SG8 9JN
Our aim is to help bring artists and local people together, providing opportunities for the public to visit the workshops and studios during the annual event that takes place over the weekends of July each year. A wide range of crafts and media on display.
A national activity club for men & women with local groups: Cambridge; Essex and Hertfordshire. Walks of moderate length take place once a month. Come along and make new friends and enjoy some healthy exercise.
All professional and amateur artists, photographers and craftspeople living or working in Hertfordshire are welcome to apply for entry to participate. Each year around 200 artists take part and around 11,000 – 13,000 members of the public visit the studios.
Come to learn to knit or bring along your own project.
A great way to make new friends. All abilities welcome.
Weekly, Thursday mornings.
Royston and District Museum, 5 Lower King Street, Royston, SG8 5AL.
Soft play for children under 5 years , bubbles & refreshments. Available for private party hire.
Tuesday & Friday mornings 9.40am – 12 noon (term times only).
Gt Shelford Memorial Hall
Join talented local artist Liz Beardwell and print your own lino cut designs on the 1855 Royston Crow Newspaper Printing Press.
No prior experience necessary.
Monthly, Tuesday mornings.
Royston and District Museum, 5 Lower King Street, Royston SG8 5AL
A representative group for businesses in Royston and the surrounding area who wish to increase the commercial prosperity of the town and its members.
Various locations, Royston.
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 of the month – Sept to March, 7.20pm.
Royston Market Hill Rooms and Dame Bradbury’s School Saffron Walden alternately.
Royston Cave is unique in Europe and still largely unexplained. The age of the Cave is uncertain but it is a man-made cavern in the shape of a beehive, with a small aperture at the top for ventilation. It’s most remarkable feature is an extensive range of wall carvings representing the Crucifixion, the Holy Family and several saints, among them St Katherine, St Laurence and St Christopher.
Every Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday from 2 to 4.30 pm (last tour 4pm). Easter Saturday through to the end of September. Also open on Wednesdays in August.
Katherine’s Yard, Melbourn Street, Royston, SG8 7BZ
A voluntary organisation formed in 1976 to promote social, welfare and recreational activities for people of all ages living in Royston and the surrounding area. The RCA run the Coombes Community Centre.
Coombes Community Centre, Burns Road, Royston SG8 5PT
Club rides for roughly 2 hours duration, split into groups according to abilities, and covering around 30-35 miles.
Sundays, meet 8.45am outside Mica Hardware, Market Hill, Royston SG8 9JT
The result of the BID Renewal Vote means that Royston will now continue to benefit from a sustained programme of investment in a wide range of ongoing and new project initiatives, as detailed in the BID Prospectus.